To become a TIIS Education Agent, please follow these steps:

  1. Contact the TIIS Marketing Team to express your interest in becoming an agent. 
  2. Complete the attached TIIS Agent Application Form.
  3. Email the completed form along with the following supporting documents to the marketing@tiis.edu.au address email:
  • Company profile
  • Company registration documents
  • QEAC/MARN or equivalent Certificates for Australia-based agents (if available)
  • 2 Reference Letters from other education providers
  • Any other Professional Accreditation

4. Please wait for our response.

Find our application form here

Begin your journey by gathering all the necessary documents as per TIIS entry requirements.

Complete our application forms and send them to TIIS via email.

If you meet our requirements, TIIS will issue a Letter of Offer.

Secure your place by paying your tuition fees. Upon payment, you’ll receive a Confirmation of Enrolment

Find our application form here

The English language requirements vary depending on the program. You can find the exact English
language requirements of the program you wish to study.

Find out more here

Check our cureent fees here.

Level 4, 22 Market Street, Sydney

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  • Master of Professional Accounting (Advanced) – MPAA – 104 weeks
  • Master of Professional Accounting – MPA – 78 weeks
  • Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting – GCPA – 12 weeks
  • Master of Business Administration – MBA – 104 weeks
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Administration – GCBA – 26 weeks
  • Bachelor of Business – BBus – 156 weeks
  • Bachelor of Information Technology – BIT – 156 weeks

If you are on a student visa, you are usually allowed to work 48 hours in a two-week period. For more
information go to: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/student-500

According to TEQSA Guidance Note: Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning, ‘Credit’ is a benefit
provided to a student by waiving one or more of the normal requirements for completion of a course of
study, such as not having to complete a particular unit of study. Credit is obtained on the basis of
evidence that the student has already undertaken learning that is deemed to be equivalent to the parts
of the course of study for which credit has been granted. For the purposes of this Guidance Note, credit
is interpreted broadly to include:

▪ specified and unspecified credit
▪ exemptions
▪ advanced standing
▪ credit transfers
▪ opportunities for substitute learning
▪ other similar outcomes.

Credit or Recognition of Prior Learning (CPL/RPL) is defined in the Australian Qualifications Framework
as a process through which eligibility for the award of credit is assessed, through assessment of formal,
informal and non-formal learning.

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Students should pay fees to the TIIS Bank Account
Account Name: The Institute of International Studies (TIIS)
Bank: St George Bank
Bank Address:  695 George Street, Sydney, 2000, NSW, Australia
BSB: 112-879
Account No: 414 275 021

Payment Methods:
1. Telegraphic transfer – a common method of payment used by international students.
2. International telegraphic transfers will attract a AUD$20 processing fee.
3. Bank deposit at any branch of the St. George bank.
4. Online transfer to TIIS’s St. George bank account.
5. Bank cheque, made payable to The Institute of International Studies (TIIS).