Domestic Students

About APIC

APIC is different from other higher education learning institutions in Australia, taking a modern, applied approach to learning. Students enjoy a personalised study experience which is tailored to meet individual needs and focused on learning and personal development. As an Australian student at APIC, you will benefit from our flexible program structures, leading academics, career-focused courses and industry links. If you are a new student to APIC, you should start with some basic information about who we are and what we do. Find out more from About Us.

Registration and Accreditation

APIC is registered by Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and has been included in the National Register of Higher Education Providers in Australia. In addition, many of APIC courses are accredited or endorsed by the respective professional bodies, making APIC a natural home for those seeking to further their professional expertise and or change their career direction – click here for further details.

Studying with APIC

Browse through our Courses section to view our current courses on offer. Unlike traditional learning methods, APIC advocates project-based and competence-based learning with real project, program and organisation units as the site of learning. Questions are welcomed, but you may find that someone has already asked the same questions you have – please refer to our FAQs to see answers to commonly asked questions.

APIC recognises that no two individuals´ needs are the same. For this reason, the first thing we do in our postgraduate degree courses is conduct individual competency assessments and assist students to develop their personal Learning & Development (L&D) plan. We then help to tailor the course to suit an individuals' development needs. Students can choose to attend classes at our Sydney or Melbourne campuses, or study through the APIC online learning system, creating more flexibility. APIC operates as a digital higher learning institution with facility for students to access the College’s resources anytime flexibly online.

FEE-HELP is Available 

FEE-HELP is a Commonwealth Government loan available to eligible students enrolled in APIC Courses in order to help pay all or part of their tuition fees.

Details about HELP loans including eligibility requirements can be found here.
Details about the repayment of a HELP debt can be found here. 
The current FEE-HELP Information Booklet can be downloaded here. 
If you have any questions about applying for FEE-HELP please contact us at: [email protected]

How to Apply

You can Apply Online or send us an enquiry via our Quick Menu/Ask A Question. In most cases APIC will be able to make an offer to an eligible student within 48 hours (subject to documentation being in order). APIC’s Student Management System (SMS) allows students to apply online and track the progress of their application.

APIC invites suitably qualified applicants to apply for a number of  scholarships leading to the degree of MPMB.