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Accept your offer
Congratulations on your decision to accept your offer to Western Sydney University!
Thousands of students, just like you, choose to study at Western Sydney University every year.
Steps to accept your offer
1. Carefully read the International Fee and Refund Agreement
2. Read the requirements for Overseas Student Health Cover
The preferred provider of OSHC for all Western Sydney University students is Allianz Global Assistance (opens in a new window) which has policies for singles, for couples and for families.
For more information, visit the Overseas Student Health Cover page.
3. Complete the Acceptance to Study at Western Sydney University form
Complete the Acceptance to study at Western Sydney University and the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) Request (PDF, 135.68 KB) (opens in a new window) form.
These forms are also contained in the International Offer Pack attached to your Offer of Admission email.
Students with a conditional offer
At Western Sydney University, you can accept your conditional offer. If you find later that you are not able to meet the prerequisite requirements in time for the start (ie English language requirements or successful completion of a prerequisite course) you may either request a deferment in writing of your course commencement to the next available intake or request a refund of the money paid. The University's normal refund policy would apply in these circumstances.
4. Pay your deposit
Information about fees payable to accept your offer will be outlined in your Western Sydney University Offer of Admission letter. Your fees can be paid in one of the following ways:
- International Telegraphic Transfer via Western Union Business Solutions. (opens in a new window)
- Credit Card via iPay. (opens in a new window) Please select International Students > Tuition Fees (commencing students)
Payment options are also explained on your Acceptance to study at Western Sydney University and the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) Request (PDF, 135.68 KB) (opens in a new window) form.
Note: The fees listed in your offer letter are variable and are subject to change without notice on an annual basis.
5. Send completed forms to Western Sydney International
- By email to: email@example.com
- By direct post to:
Western Sydney International Admissions
University of Western Sydney
Building ES, Parramatta Campus
Locked Bag 1797
Penrith NSW 2751 Australia
- Or via your Western Sydney University Agent Representative.
6. Receive your Confirmation of Enrolment
Once the forms and payment have been received, UWS will issue you an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).
This confirms your acceptance to the course at Western Sydney University and you are now able to go ahead and use the eCoE to process your student visa at the Australian Embassy/Diplomatic Post stated on your eCoE.
7. Apply for your Student Visa
You must obtain a student visa before you come to study in Australia.
With the Australian Government's recent review of the student visa program, Western Sydney University has been approved as an 'eligible university' for participation in the Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP) arrangement.
Further information is available at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) website.(opens in a new window)
Note: A package offer enables you to lodge one student visa application to cover the entire duration of your study in Australia..
8. Prepare to arrive and enrol
After you have accepted your offer to Western Sydney University you can start preparing your arrival.
For more information, visit the prepare to arrive page.
International Offer Pack
Fee payment options
Visit the important dates page.
Any personal information that is provided to Western Sydney University may be made available to Commonwealth and State agencies and the Fund Manager of the ESOS Assurance Fund, pursuant to obligations under the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code.
Furthermore, Western Sydney University is required, under S19 of the ESOS Act 2000, to tell the Department about certain changes to your enrolment and any breaches of student visa conditions relating to attendance or academic performance.