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Our application process is entirely online. We are always happy to assist you and answer any questions. Just use the ‘Enquire Now’ button below, call our Admissions Officer on p: 03 9207 4800 option 2, or email us at email@example.com
If you are applying to start a new course please complete the Ridley College Application Form.
If you are applying to study one or more subjects as part of your current course at another college or university please use the Cross Institutional Application Form.
Please note our closing dates for applications below.
Applying to study at Ridley College requires the following process:
Complete the online application form. When you begin you will receive an email with a link which you can use to come back and complete your application later. As part of the process you will need to upload scanned copies of a number of documents:
*As soon as you are accepted to study at Ridley you must provide secure electronic files OR certified paper copies of these documents in the mail OR bring the originals to be sighted in our office. This requirement applies to all Ridley College students.
Please apply for your police check and working with children check as soon as possible (if you do not have one already) and attach them to your application or email the documents to the Admissions Officer as soon as you receive them. You can find our information sheet here.
The application form will also ask you for the names and contact details for two referees, one of whom must be your Minister or Pastor. Please contact the Admissions Officer if the Minister/Pastor is a family member.
Once your online application form has been submitted, you will receive an email confirming that it has been sent successfully. At the same time, your nominated referees will be emailed a form to complete and send directly to us.
Once the Admissions Officer has received the completed references, you will be contacted to arrange an interview with a member of the faculty to discuss your application. Phone and Zoom interviews can be arranged.
There will be an opportunity to discuss your units of study in your faculty interview. Once all unit enrolments have been processed close to the start of semester, an enrolment pack will be emailed to students. On Campus students can sign up for chapel teams, life and ministry groups, community meals and for Semester 1 Launch Camp. The enrolment pack will also include information about the library and how to log on to the Ridley College student portal. A student/library card will be posted to students along with a tax invoice, enrolment summary and the Variation of Unit Enrolment Policy. The Student Manual can be accessed at Ridley Online/Academic Admin/Registrar’s Office once you have received your login details.
All applicants remain provisional until the Admissions Officer has received all parts of the application, reference forms are returned, certified hard copies of documents are received, or the originals sighted, and the application has been accepted by the Vice Principal. Applicants will then receive an email confirming their acceptance to study at Ridley. An Acceptance Form and Library Form will accompany this email, and both must be completed and returned to the Admissions Officer. All students must adhere to Ridley’s Expectations and Rules (as published on our website under ‘Current Students’). Please also note that new students who do not complete the application process by the end of the semester in which they applied may not be allowed to continue their studies until their application is complete.
Classes commenced 12 November 2018
Classes commence 25 February 2019 (on-campus Greek & Hebrew intensives commence: 4 February)
Early applications preferred by: 15 December 2018
Final applications close: 20 January 2019*
Reference forms are to be completed by referees as soon as possible after the application is submitted.
Applications from overseas students closed: 1 November 2018
* After the final closing date potential applicants must talk to the Admissions Officer