|BSB42415 – Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication||
|BSB52415 – Diploma of Marketing and Communication||
|BSB61315 – Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication||
|BSB61015 – Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management||
Students please note that Wall Street College conducts LLN test and English test as well to assess the skills and knowledge of the learner. If LLN skills of the learner is not found as required, Wall Street College provide the extra support and resources for free of cost. Wall Street College does not not recruit students under 18 years of age.
For international students Wall Street College has a requirement that all students must be over 18 years of age at the commencement of course. Empire will not recruit any under 18 age international student.
Wall Street College will conduct LLN entry test on the Orientation day. It is usual for all learners to do LLN test on orientation day to assess their Language, Literacy and Numeracy level. Low level of LLN is not barrier to get admission in the qualification. Wall Street College will provide extra resources and support for learner having low level of LLN. (For detail refer to student support policy and procedures)
Students Visa Requirement (for International Students)
You must provide evidence that satisfies the assessment factors applicable to you to the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) to be granted a student visa. Assessment factors include your financial ability, English proficiency, likely compliance with the conditions of your visa and any other matters considered relevant to assessing your application.Additional information on student visa issues is available on DHA website on: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/ and the Study in Australia web site: https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/ .
Students Currently in Australia (for International Students)
Prospective international students who are currently enrolled with another registered provider can apply for entry to a course at the Institute. In accordance with the National Code 2018 and ESOS Act 2000, they must have completed six months of their study in principal course of study with their previous registered provider by the time of commencement.Wall Street College will not knowingly enrol a student who has not completed this requirement.