How to apply

AAHE does not guarantee a migration outcome or a successful education assessment outcome to any student who enrols in one of our courses.


AAHE is an equal-opportunity Higher Education Provider. We encourage and accommodate student diversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are especially welcome to apply.

Applicants to AAHE must be 18 years or older when they apply for an AAHE course and must meet the minimum English language requirements set out below.

Applicants for the Bachelor of Cybersecurity must also meet at least one of the following additional requirements:

      1. successful completion of an Australian senior secondary qualification (or recognised equivalent)
      2. successful completion of a qualification at an Australian registered institution of tertiary education, at Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) level 5 or above
      3. satisfactory completion of an accredited Tertiary Preparation Program or Foundation Year Program offered by an Australian higher education provider
      4. a completed or partly completed qualification at AQF Level 6 (Associate Degree) or above from an Australian University or registered Australian higher education provider
      5. successful completion of a recognised equivalent qualification from another country.

Applicants for the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma must have completed a Bachelor degree or a Graduate Certificate or equivalent or have at least 5 years’ relevant professional experience.

Applicants for the Masters must have completed

      • a Bachelor degree or 6 years’ relevant work experience for entry to a 2-year full-time course
      • a Bachelor degree plus 2 years of relevant work experience or a Bachelor degree plus a Graduate Certificate or equivalent for entry to a 1.5-year full-time course
      • a Bachelor degree plus 4 years of relevant work experience or a 4-year Bachelor honours degree or equivalent or a Bachelor degree plus a Graduate Diploma or equivalent for entry to a 1-year full-time course.

An applicant must provide evidence that they have met the following minimum English language proficiency requirements:

Test Minimum score for Bachelor degrees Minimum score for Graduate Certificate/Diploma or Masters degree
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.0 overall
No individual band below 6.0
6.5 overall
No individual band below 6.0
TOEFL internet-based test taken on or before 25 July 2023 60 overall

Reading no less than 13
Writing no less than 21
Speaking no less than 18
Listening no less than 12

79 overall

Reading no less than 19
Writing no less than 24
Speaking no less than 20
Listening no less than 20

C1 Advanced / Cambridge English: Advanced (Certificate in Advanced English) 169 overall

No band less than 169

176 overall

No band less than 169

Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) 50 overall

No communicative skill less than 50

56 overall

No communicative skill less than 50

Kaplan International Tools for English 426 overall 459 overall

Only the most recent score from any language proficiency test will be considered and it must be less than two years old on the date the course commences.

Applicants will also be considered to meet the English language requirements if they have successfully completed at least two (2) years of full-time study in English at AQF Level 5 Diploma or above at an Australian registered vocational or higher education provider.

A provisional offer may be made to applicants who provide a Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) for an ELICOS program in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) for a duration of at least twelve (12) weeks for every 0.5 below 6.0 overall or subsection IELTS or equivalent result. Evidence of successful completion of the ELICOS program must be provided before the applicant will be permitted to enrol at AAHE.

The English language proficiency requirement does not apply to applicants in the categories set out in the Migration (English Language Tests and Evidence Exemptions for Subclass 500 (Student) Visa) Instrument (LIN24/022) 2024.

Students who have completed English for Academic Purposes 2 (EAP2 standard) may also be considered to meet the English language requirements but will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants who have completed six years of secondary schooling, or a minimum of three years of tertiary education, in an English medium institution in an English-speaking country may be exempted from the English language requirements, unless there is evidence to the contrary.

Applicants from non-English-speaking countries where schooling can be undertaken in English medium institutions can be accepted as having an English-speaking background, provided that they are from an English-speaking community in that country, undertook schooling in an English medium institution and were residents in the country.

Certified copies of evidence of studies undertaken with English as the medium of instruction must be provided before the applicant is permitted to enrol at AAHE.

A list of countries where English is an official language and/or secondary schooling/tertiary education is generally undertaken in English, that is accepted at AAHE, is maintained by the Registrar.

For further information visit AAHE’s Admissions Policy and Procedure. See

How to apply

Applying to study with AAHE is a simple four-step process.

Step 1: Gather the following documents:

    • a certified copy of your passport
    • a certified copy of your academic records
    • evidence of English language proficiency
    • a passport size portrait photograph (or email to apply
    • a copy of your resume.

Documents not in English should be provided with a certified translation.

Step 2:  Complete the Application Form

Apply for the Bachelor of Cybersecurity 

Apply for the Master of Cybersecurity 

Step 3: Accept your offer of enrolment

If your application is successful, we will send you a Student Offer and Acceptance Agreement. You need to read, complete and return the Agreement to us.

Your fees will be detailed in the Student Offer and Acceptance Agreement and you can choose from a number of payment methods.

Step 4: Your enrolment is confirmed

Once your payment has been processed you will receive a Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE).

Education agents

If you need help with your application, you can also use one of our education agents:


Name Address Contact Phone Email
Asia Pacific Group Level 10, 276 Flinders Street Melbourne Vikas Sharma 0396500569
Aussizz Migration & Education Consultants Pty Ltd 1 / 290 Collins St Melbourne Aayushi Shah 0396023435
Expert Education & Visa Services Level 6, 263 Clarence St Sydney Badri Aryal 02 9269 0070
GLOB Edification Pty Ltd Suite 4, Level 5/2 Queen St Melbourne Swati Dhand 0422 071 662
Global Select Education Group Pty Ltd Suite 2 Level 10/90 King William St Adelaide Santosh Gupta 0420250001
Infinite Education and Migration Services Level 2, 313 Flinders Lane Melbourne Surender Reddy Thimapuram 0484021405
iWise Education Pty Ltd 203/365 Lt Collins Street Melbourne Rooh Ullah 431156829
Maximax Education and Migration Services Suite 1, Level 5, 342 Flinders St Melbourne Shankar Dharel 0488851108
Prime Foreign Education Consultant (PFEC) Level 11, 50 Queen Street Melbourne Md Shahidul Islam 0396201773
Vision Consultants (Australia) Pty Ltd Level 5/1 Elizabeth Street Melbourne Imran Ali 0433161786
World Class Consultants Suite 693/585 Little Collins Street Melbourne Muhammad Akhtar 0458655695