Applications are made directly to Campion College.


The information below pertains to the Application Process for the following courses:

  • Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts
  • Diploma of Classical Languages
  • Diploma of Liberal Arts – Foundations of the Western Tradition

All applicants submit an Application Form for the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts

Those intending to study miscellaneous units need not apply, and may simply submit an Enrolment Form.

Steps to Apply for Admission


Applying for Admission to Campion College is easy. Simply follow these steps, ensuring that you have read the Important Information below!

Phase One – The Application Process

Submit the following:

  • Application Form

In filling out this form you will be asked to submit:

  • Written Statement
  • Academic Results

(Requirements for both are listed below)

Then we will schedule an:

  • Interview

It is not necessary that all parts of an application be submitted at the same time. However, an application will be reviewed only after all materials have been received.

Successful applicants will receive a Letter of Offer allowing them to enrol.


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Phase Two – The Enrolment Process

Submit the following:

Important Information!

Full details on Policies and Procedures can be found here:

Campion Policies and Procedures

International applicants are only eligible to apply for the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts course.

Standard International Applicants
STANDARD applications are open to international candidates who have completed secondary schooling or equivalent.
Please see below for Academic Entry Requirements.

Study Abroad Applicants
The STUDY ABROAD program is available for students who are currently enrolled at an overseas institution, and would like to study at Campion College for a period of time.
Please see below for Academic Entry Requirements.

Minimum English Requirements – All International Candidates
Entry to all Campion courses assumes proficiency in English.
English proficiency must be demonstrated by an applicant for admission to Campion College, by one of the following:

  • Satisfactory completion of secondary schooling in Australia;
  • One year of full-time (or equivalent) accredited diploma-level studies or higher in Australia;
  • Successful completion of a recognised English Language Bridging program;
  • Successful completion of studies equivalent to secondary school or higher outside Australia, where English was the medium of instruction; or
  • A test result at an appropriate level of achievement from the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or Combined Universities Language Test (CULT).

    The approved minimum English language standards are:
  • IELTS – 7.0 overall with a result of 7.0 in writing (academic strand)
  • TOEFL – 600 overall with TWE of 5.0 (paper-based)
  • TOEFL – 250 with essay rating of 5.0 (computer-based)
  • CULT – 70 percent overall

  • Campion College offers an Early Acceptance Scheme for current school leavers (Year 12 students) who are in the process of completing their formal studies at a secondary school, and will receive an ATAR.

    The Early Acceptance Scheme provides the opportunity for successful applicants to receive their offer based on their completed application. The offer will be conditional on meeting the minimum ATAR or OP requirements upon completion of their Year 12 studies (see Academic Entry Requirements).

    Early Acceptance Scheme applicants must submit the School Recommendation form, available here.
    Applicants must download the form and present it to a teacher or authorised school officer at their school. The completed form can either be returned to the Applicant, or sent directly to the Coordinator of Admissions at Campion College by email to

    Successful applicants must provide Campion College with certified copies of their ATAR or OP results as soon as they are available.

    Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank
    Minimum score of 70.00
    Overall Position
    Minimum score of 14
    Special Tertiary Admissions Test
    Minimum score – not specified. Assessment based on overall test result,
    and the individual components.

    Applicants must register for the STAT Written English and STAT Multiple Choice tests.
    SAT - formerly Scholastic Aptitude Test or Scholastic Assessment Test Minimum score – not specified. Assessment based on overall test result,
    and the individual components.

    Applicants must register for the standard SAT test, which must include the following components:
    (1) Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
    (a) Reading Test
    (b) Writing and Language Test
    (2) Math
    (3) Essay
    OTHER – Tertiary Course A minimum of one complete semester of study in a Certificate (AQF 4) or higher education course.

    The purpose of the written statement is to assess your academic writing ability. You may choose between two tasks, each 1000 words in length.

    The two options are:

  • A reflective task that outlines your reasons for seeking a place at Campion College, reflecting upon educational, work and/or other experiences;
  • An analytical task that may be any piece of written work that you believe demonstrates your written and analytical skills, with the ability to construct an argument.

    The Written Statement may be an essay, or other piece of work which you have previously submitted for another purpose.

  • The interviews allow Campion College to assess the verbal communication skills of the applicant, and their understanding of the course. It also allows the applicant an opportunity to seek more information about the requirements of a student, and campus life.

    All interviews are conducted by a member of the Academic Staff, and usually take 15 minutes. Where possible, all interviews are conducted face-to-face. Otherwise, Skype can be used. Interviews are scheduled through the Prospective Student Office after the Application Form and all other supporting documentation have been submitted.

    What is a Certified Document?
    These are copies of official documents, which authorised officers have verified as true copies of the original.

    Who can certify a document?

    Only authorised officers can certify documents. These include:

  • Justice of the Peace (JP)
  • Pharmacist
  • Australia Post Office personnel
  • Barrister or solicitor
  • Member of the clergy
  • Full-time primary, secondary or tertiary teacher
  • Registered medical practitioner

    How should an authorised officer certify a document?
    Before certifying a document, the authorised officer must ensure that each page being certified is an identical copy of the original.

    Suggested wording for the certification is as follows:
    I certify that this is a true copy of the document produced to me on (date)
    Qualification (e.g. JP, Pharmacist)
    Contact details

    How do I submit a certified document?
    Certified documents must be posted or delivered in person to the Prospective Student Office.
    Certified documents cannot be sent by email or online.

  • Domestic home-schooled applicants should apply through the Standard Application process.

    In order to meet the Academic Entry Requirements, applicants should obtain STAT or SAT results. Please see Academic Entry Requirements for further details.

    Please request to have your results sent directly to Campion College.

    Campion College is committed to extending access to tertiary education to the broadest range of students possible. The College recognises that many people who could succeed as tertiary students simply lack the formal qualifications or external assessments of their academic abilities. Consequently, the College offers an Alternative Entry Program for domestic students on the basis of life skills and work experience.

    Where no formal academic qualifications are available, candidates’ academic abilities may be assessed using the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT).

    Please follow the Standard Application process.

    Applicants whose Academic Entry level falls below the minimum entry required for admission may be considered for Provisional Enrolment.

    In the case of the ATAR (or equivalent), the requirement is that it be no lower than the cut-off for the Bachelor of Arts at a university as listed in the NSW/ACT Universities Admissions Centre Guide.

    The applicant must be able to demonstrate their potential to succeed at Campion College.

    Applicants admitted as provisional students enrol in three subjects in their first semester – two subjects chosen from the standard First Year subjects and STU101 Study Skills, a bridging subject designed to strengthen basic study skills.

    Provisional students can progress to full Standard Enrolment if they achieve at least two Pass or one Credit results.

    Please see below for Academic Entry Requirements.

    Campion College offers an Educational Access Scheme (EAS). This Scheme helps students who have experienced long-term educational disadvantage to gain admission to the College. Up to five (5) bonus points are allocated in addition to the applicant’s ATAR (or equivalent), based on the assessed level of demonstrated hardship. The EAS is available to students who have been impeded in their studies by virtue of the individual’s experiences, with six broad categories of disadvantage:

  • disrupted schooling
  • financial hardship
  • home environment
  • personal illness/disability
  • rural or regional schooling
  • school environment

    Please contact the Prospective Student Coordinator at for more information, or download the application form here.