Prospective Students

Student admission at NMC is carried out in an ethical and responsible manner.  We encourage prospective students to apply for enrolment through a variety of means such as personally visiting our campus, submitting an application through our website or through our education agents.

before making and application, it is important that you have received, read and understood all information about our courses, our campus facilities and policy procedures (including our refund police). This information is available on this website or you can download our prospectus and student handbook. (link to all)

Application Process

All students must meet the entry requirements to enroll at SMC. Our Administration Officer will assess all applications to determine eligibility. Please refer Entry Requirements on for full details. You will be asked to provide the following documents:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Supporting documents such as:
    • Passport
    • Student Visa (if applicable)
    • Overseas Health Student Cover (OSHC)
    • Academic transcripts
    • Evidence of English Proficiency

NMC also administers Pre-training review which includes a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Test to all students to ensure that they have the ability to complete the course. This assessment will occur prior to course commencement and will be administered by an Authorised NMC Delegate or qualified Trainer/Assessor.

Additional documents maybe requested if necessary. 

Once the abovementioned documents are received and passed the NMC assessment, a Letter of Offer/Agreement will be provided to the student for signature. This will be return back to NMC Administration Department.

Student will also be advised regarding initial payments required. Once the signed copy of the Agreement and initial payment is received by NMC, the Certificate of Enrolment will be prepared. Thereafter, student will be provided a copy of the eCOE and advice on the Induction/Orientation day.


Please let us know if you would a like a representative of NMC to meet you at the airport. A representative of NMC will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your pre-arranged accommodation. There is a fee to be charged for this service.

It is advisable that you do the following:

  • Call home
  • Settle into accommodation
  • Contact institution
  • Purchase household items and food.
  • Enrol children in school (if applicable)
  • Attend international student induction/orientation
  • Get student ID card
  • Advise health insurance company of address & get card
  • Open a bank account
  • Get textbooks
  • Start classes
  • Apply for tax file number if seeking work
  • Get involved in student life and associations (eg music, sporting and cultural clubs)


If students intend to bring their dependents aged between 5 – 18 years old to Australia , it is a DIBP requirement that these children be enrolled in a state (government) or private (non-government) school.

Most state schools are free or provided at a minimal cost to Australian permanent residents and citizens, but non-permanent residents may be required to pay full fees for the schooling of their dependents. Costs, application and enrolment information for government, primary and secondary schools can be found at, and for a complete listing of Victorian primary and secondary schools, go to .

Applications to non-government schools must be made directly to the relevant school.