Yes, if you meet the requirements. While students are currently enrolled in full-time study, they may renew their student visa in Australia as long as their current student visa is not subject to Condition 8534 'no further stay'. It is recommended that steps are taken to renew a student visa approximately one month before the existing student visa expires.
Please refer to the student visa renewal website for further information on obtaining a new electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).
Follow the link for more information:
Your student visa allows you to work 40 hours in a fortnight. Many of our students find a job in restaurants, hotels, customer service, cleaning and maintenance fields. It’s worth looking at the following job search websites www.seek.com.au, www.careerone.com.au
Professional work is much harder to get because your student visa only allows you to work 40 hours a fortnight.
Tution Fees are refundable in certain circumstances. A Refund request can be made for the following reasons:
1. Provider is not able to deliver the course
2. Visa rejection
• Please see our official Refund Policy.
• A $150.00 administration fee will be retained by the college in all circumstances plus any bank charges incurred when returning fees.
• OSHC: students should apply direct to Medibank for a refund , Bridge can provide some support when doing this.
Yes. You can pay by VISA, MasterCard and American Express card (3% surcharge on American Express card).
Yes you may by using the bank details of Bridge Business College
Australia And New Zealand Banking Group Limited
Advanced Fees Trust Account
Bridge Business College Pty Ltd
Branch Number : 012040
Account Number: 3531 32949
Swift Code: ANZBAU3M
Yes, for Business/Human Resources/Tourism courses you can pay the first fee by quarterly instalments and then term wise. For English courses you need to pay the full fee in advance.
At Bridge we allow students to change providers at any time particularly if a student finds an alternative course at another College that is more suitable to their career aspirations. However students should be aware that the Government regulation does allow for providers to keep students enrolled in their college and prevent other education providers from enrolling students seeking to transfer from another provider before completing 6 calendar months of their principal course of study.
Yes, but you must have work rights issued by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) and meet guidelines including not working more than 40 hours per fortnight. Also, your part-time job must not stop you from finishing your course within the expected duration.
To study in the Business College you need an IELTS score of 5.5 or TOEFL score of 46. You don't need this exam if you have completed an English course at Bridge Business College, or if you can produce an English certificate that you have received from an authorised English college.
For more information go to the following link:
Click on the “Enrol Now” button in the menu and fill out the enrolment form.
International students are required by the Department of Immigration to be on campus for 20 hours per week.
Yes, You are eligible to apply for credit at university for the courses you have studied at Bridge. Once you complete a Diploma program at Bridge Business College we can help you to enter into the university pathway program with our affiliated universities. Please visit the University pathway section of the website for more information
Yes, Bridge is ISO 9001 certified and is accredited with all necessary government departments. The Business College is accredited by ASQA (previously VETAB) and the English College is accredited by NEAS. Both are government licensing bodies. The colleges are also part of the Australian Qualifications Framework.
CRICOS Provider Code: 01107C
Bridge Business College does not offer living facilities. However, we can assist you in finding other accommodation during your stay. Homestay is available. The cost per week is $AUD230 - $AUD350. This price includes your food and all amenities, (electricity, hot water, gas, heating, washing machine, but not phone calls.)
The timetable allows for classes three times during the day.
Monday to Friday:
As an accredited organisation we abide by a code of practice that includes a "complaints and grievance handling procedure" "access and equity policy" and an "anti-discrimination policy". We have counsellors available to assist you with academic problems or problems adjusting to life in Australia.
we have 18 computer labs with access to over 750 computers complete with free internet access.
• Facsimile (free of charge to students).
• Photocopiers (free of charge to students).
• Pay Telephones. • Food and drink vending machines.
• Self study areas.
• TV (with cable)
• Computer self access and Internet facilities.
• Lounge with a pool table.
• 2 large open air balconies with garden furniture and BBQ.
DIAC is the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship
COE - Certificate of Enrolment. A document provided electronically, which is issued by the registered provider to intending overseas students and which must accompany their application for a student visa. It confirms the overseas student’s eligibility to enrol in the particular course of the registered provider.
You can study English for as little as four weeks or as long as 48 weeks. We will assess your skill level (give you a test) when you start on your first day and place you into a class according to your ability. We will test you every month and promote you or not based on your test results. Business varies from 6 months (for a single Certificate) to two years (for Cert II, Cert III,Cert IV and Diploma).
Once your provider notifies DEEWR of the cancellation of your enrolment through PRISMS, you have 28 days in which to enrol in another course or to return to your home country.
BBC is located at 333 Kent Street, Sydney. It is just a short walk from two major city train stations (Town hall and Wynyard)