How to Enrol

1st semester 2020 / Orientation Information

General

Orientation is a program of activities that introduces you to your place of study and the services available to help you find your way around and pursue your studies knowing that you will be supported in your learning and other needs as they may arise. The Orientation program is one of these services.

A list of student services is set out below with an indication of where to find the relevant information on this website or in the Learning Management System, as relevant. The main part of this list of services is available for all students enrolled in awards of the Sydney College of Divinity, to assist you to reach your academic goals and keep you safe and well along the way. For overseas students, additional assistance is available to help you settle into Australia and your local neighbourhood.

For all students, the Student Support Officer may always be contacted for any matter of concern at any time.

Contact details:

Kathy Seo   Tel:(02) 9888 1867  [email protected] www.scd.edu.au

If there is, in addition, a separate Overseas Student Support officer, please add the following:
In addition, for overseas students, the Overseas Student Support Officer may always be contacted for any matter of concern at any time.
Contact details: ………………………………………………………..

Orientation Program

All SCD students commencing their studies, including overseas students, are expected to participate in the Orientation Program arranged for their benefit. Through it you will be offered useful information about academic matters, about how we will support your studies, and how we will strive to make your overall experience while you are with us safe and enjoyable. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

Date and time: 31st Jan -1st Feb 2020
Place: SCD Chapel Room

If all students are commencing as online students, substitute the following:
Commencing students intending to undertake their studies completely online are asked to access and read carefully the Orientation program available online by … (no later than the first day of the teaching period) …
Available at: ………………………………………………………..

If some students commencing will do so as online students, add the following:
Students commencing their studies as online students are asked to access and read carefully the Orientation program available online by .. (no later than the first day of the teaching period) …
Available at: ………………………………………………………..

If there are commencing overseas students, please add the following
In addition, for overseas students, further Orientation will be provided to help you adjust to living and studying in Australia.
Date and time: ………………………………………………………..
Place: ………………………………………………………..

 

 

Student Services

Information about Student Services available for all new and current students is available as follows:

Service:                                                                                                       Available at (website or LMS):
Academic risk support
Appeals                                                                                                               See Grievances, complaints, and appeals
Attendance and progression requirements
Careers and vocations advice
Chaplaincy                                                                                                        See Counselling and chaplaincy
Complaints                                                                                                       See Grievances, complaints, and appeals
Counselling and chaplaincy
Critical incidents and emergencies

Disability support
See also Health and medical support, Mental health and
wellbeing support

Diversity and equity
Emergencies                                                                                                    See Critical incidents and emergencies
English language support

                                                                                                                           See also Academic Risk support, Learning
                                                                                                                          support, Study Skills support

Equity                                                                                                              See Diversity and equity requirements
Grievances, complaints, and appeals
Health and medical support
See also Disability support, Mental health and wellbeing
support

IT support
Learning resources                                                                                       See Library and learning resources
Learning support
                                                                                                                         See also Academic Risk support, English
                                                                                                                         language support, Study skills support

Legal support
Library and learning resources
Medical support                                                                                          See Health and medical support
Mental health and wellbeing support
See also Disability support, Health and medical support

Orientation
Progression requirements                                                                       See Attendance and progression requirements
Study skills support
                                                                                                                      See also Academic Risk support, English
                                                                                                                      language support, Learning support

Wellbeing support                                                                                    See Mental health and wellbeing support
Personal safety and security
Security                                                                                                      See Personal safety and security
Transitioning from school or workplace to study
Vocations advice                                                                                       See Careers and vocations advice

If there are overseas students, please add the following
Additional information about Student Services for all new and current overseas students is available as follows:

Service:                                                                       Information available at
                                                                                       (website or LMS):

Accommodation
Adjusting to life and study in Australia
Cost of living
Employment rights and conditions
Orientation for overseas students
Personal difficulties affecting study
Travel

Admission Procedure (Undergraduate)

 

How to Enrol

Step 1: Select a course

Choosing a suitable course can be done through consultation with the Registrar of the SCD Korean School of Theology. An applicant can obtain the required documents through the Registrar or download from the website, http://kst.scdstaging-bbdev.net/enrollment/

Step 2: Complete forms & submit

The applicant completes all the required paperwork and sends it to the KST Registrar, who will check the documentation and if complete set a date and time for the next step.

Step 2: Attend an interview

It is a requirement that all applicants attend an admission interview with academic advisors at the Korean School of Theology. The interview will be conducted by KST Academic staff, normally face to face or in rare occasions by telephone, email or video. The purpose of the interview is to help select the right course, to ensure the admission requirements are met, and to plan a program of study appropriate to the course selected.

Step 4: Issuance of Offer Letter

The interviewer notifies the final approval of the application to the KST Registrar. The Registrar then issues a Letter of Offer to the applicant confirming the acceptance into the course of study..

Step 5: Pay tuition fees

Payment of tuition fees is due after the Letter of Offer has been sent to student.

Also, return a form of  Oversea Students Enrolment Agreement (PDF)

2019 Tuition Fee : $5,600 (Per Semester Indicative Full-time basis, $1,400 per unit)

  • Bank Account Details for Tuition Fee Remittance

Bank: National Australia Bank

Account Name: Sydney College of Divinity Korean Project

BSB: 082-201

Account Number: 18-398-0696

Domestic students: can pay in three ways:

    • FEE-HELP: If an Australian Citizen, the student can pay via Fee Help. This is a student loan scheme in which the Commonwealth Government pays the student’s tuition fees. Students pay back the fees through taxation if and when the student’s income rises above a minimum repayment threshold. Please complete the FEE-HELP form and note that only the original form is accepted by the Registrar.
    • Upfront Payment: Students may pay by credit card or cheque (payable to Sydney College of Divinity)
  • Direct Remittance: Students may choose to pay by making direct deposit(s) to the SCD bank account. For the bank details, please contact the Registrar. (Students need to provide their full names and student identification numbers.)
  • International students: Payment of tuition fees is due prior to the issuing of the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). International students can pay in two ways:
  • Upfront Payment: Students may pay by credit card or cheque (payable to Sydney College of Divinity)
  • Direct Remittance: Students may choose to pay by making direct deposit(s) to the SCD bank account. For the bank details including SWIFT Code, please contact the Registrar. Student is given SCD Account number to transfer fees through online payment. (Students need to provide their full names and student identification numbers.)

Step 6: Issuance of CoE (Applies to International Students Only)

After confirming student payment details, the Registrar then produces CoE(Confirmation of Enrolment) which can be utilised in for the students’ visa applications.

 

Admission Procedure (Postgraduate)

 

How to Enrol

Step 1: Select a course

Choosing a suitable course can be done through consultation with the Registrar of the SCD Korean School of Theology. An applicant can obtain the required documents through the Registrar or download from the website.

Step 2: Complete forms & submit

The applicant completes all the required paperwork and sends it to the KST Registrar, who will check the documentation and if complete set a date and time for the next step.

Step 2: Attend an interview

It is a requirement that all applicants attend an admission interview with academic advisors at the Korean School of Theology. The interview will be conducted by KST Academic staff, normally face to face or in rare occasions by telephone, email or video. The purpose of the interview is to help select the right course, to ensure the admission requirements are met, and to plan a program of study appropriate to the course selected.

Step 4: Issuance of Offer Letter

The interviewer notifies the final approval of the application to the KST Registrar. The Registrar then issues a Letter of Offer to the applicant confirming the acceptance into the course of study..

Step 5: Pay tuition fees

Payment of tuition fees is due after the Letter of Offer has been sent to student.

Also, return a form of Oversea Students Enrolment Agreement (PDF)

2019 Tuition Fee : $7,500 (Per Semester Indicative Full-time basis, $1,875 per unit)

  • Bank Account Details for Tuition Fee Remittance

Bank: National Australia Bank

Account Name: Sydney College of Divinity Korean Project

BSB: 082-201

Account Number: 18-398-0696

Domestic students: can pay in three ways:

    • FEE-HELP: If an Australian Citizen, the student can pay via Fee Help. This is a student loan scheme in which the Commonwealth Government pays the student’s tuition fees. Students pay back the fees through taxation if and when the student’s income rises above a minimum repayment threshold. Please complete the FEE-HELP form and note that only the original form is accepted by the Registrar.
    • Upfront Payment: Students may pay by credit card or cheque (payable to Sydney College of Divinity)
  • Direct Remittance: Students may choose to pay by making direct deposit(s) to the SCD bank account. For the bank details, please contact the Registrar. (Students need to provide their full names and student identification numbers.)
  • International students: Payment of tuition fees is due prior to the issuing of the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). International students can pay in two ways:
  • Upfront Payment: Students may pay by credit card or cheque (payable to Sydney College of Divinity)
  • Direct Remittance: Students may choose to pay by making direct deposit(s) to the SCD bank account. For the bank details including SWIFT Code, please contact the Registrar. Student is given SCD Account number to transfer fees through online payment. (Students need to provide their full names and student identification numbers.)

Step 6: Issuance of CoE (Applies to International Students Only)

After confirming student payment details, the Registrar then produces CoE(Confirmation of Enrolment) which can be utilised in for the students’ visa applications.

 

1 Day Theology Student

 

If you wish to find out what is like to become a theology student, you may wish to visit a SCD KST campus as a ‘1 Day Theology Student’. You can attend your favourite class, meet the lecturers or staff in person, and get to know what is the SCD KST community is like.

 

To Visit Sydney Campus as ‘1 Day Theology Student’:

Kathy Seo, Registrar for KST: 02 9888 1867 or [email protected]

 

To Visit Brisbane Campus as ‘1 Day Theology Student’:

Yong Suk Chon (Brisbane Campus Coordinator): 07 3206 4919, 0413 019 400 or [email protected]

 

To Visit Melbourne Campus as ‘1 Day Theology Student’:

Jun Ho Back (Melbourne Campus Coordinator):  03 9889 7553, 0405 796 095 or [email protected]

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