In most cases, to study at the New York Film Academy Australia’s Gold Coast or Sydney campuses, international students will require an Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500).
Once an international student has been accepted into their New York Film Academy Australia Diploma or Advanced Diploma program, they are sent an international student Letter of Offer containing an invoice with a breakdown of semester tuition.
Payment of $1,000 AUD must be received. Upon receiving, New York Film Academy Australia will provide a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE).
Applicants must bring their Letter of Offer, Confirmation of Enrolment and Overseas Health Cover (OSHC) to their visa appointment at the Australian Immigration or Embassy in their home country, who will determine student visa issuance.
The length of time it takes to get a visa appointment varies in different countries. Therefore we encourage you apply early.
Requirements for this type of visa are approved by Australian immigration on an individual basis.
NYFA Australia does not issue CoE for Short Term Workshops. International students must have their own valid entry for admission.
Our International Student Office at the New York Film Academy Australia is here to assist students from outside Australia studying at NYFA Australia’s campuses in Sydney and Gold Coast.
Sydney - +61-2- 8964-9321
Gold Coast - +61-7- 5585-9722
For all information regarding visas into Australia please visit the Australian immigration website: http://www.border.gov.au/
Sydney: 19 Greek St, Glebe NSW 2037 | Tel. +61 2 8964 9321
Gold Coast: Main Campus - Southport Central, Suite 2110, Tower 2, 5 Lawson Street, Southport QLD 4215 | Tel. +61 7 5585 9722
Workshop Space - Village Roadshow Studios, Entertainment Road, Oxenford, Gold Coast, QLD Australia 4210
For Australian locations: All programs and workshops are solely owned and operated by the New York Film Academy Australia and are not affiliated with Village Roadshow Studios.
For U.S. locations: All programs and workshops are solely owned and operated by the New York Film Academy and are not affiliated with Universal Studios, Harvard University, or Walt Disney World ® Resort.