How do I appeal lodge a formal complaint or appeal against a decision which effects me?
The Cairnmillar Institute has a policy and procedure in place to ensure complaints are resolved as quickly and fairly as possible. If you wish to complain or appeal against a…Read More
What is the Statement of Tuition Assurance – Higher Education?
Introduction Tuition assurance protects students in the event a course of study provided by an approved HELP provider ceases to be provided after it starts but before it is completed.…Read More
What is Cairnmillar’s grade scale?
Current grade scale (2018 onwards) Graded results (marked out of 100) Letter Grade WAM/Marks Description GPA Equivalent H1 80-100% First-Class Honours 4.00 H2A 70-79% Second-Class Honours (Level A) 3.00 –…Read More
Does VTAC issue refunds for application processing fees?
VTAC does not issue refunds on course application processing fees (except when required by law). You remain liable for the course application processing fee even if you withdraw your course…Read More
Can I edit my VTAC application or preferences?
If you need to make changes to your Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling application, including changing your preference list, you can do so via your VTAC account. Please note: during…Read More
How do I apply for the Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) as part of my undergraduate application?
Please see our Undergraduate page for information on applying for special consideration through VTAC. Alternatively, you can also find more information about the SEAS on VTAC’s website here.Read More
How do I submit an application through VTAC?
The only course at Cairnmillar that requires applicants to apply through VTAC is the Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling. Please note mature-aged (non-yr 12) international applicants for this program must…Read More
How can I become a psychologist or counsellor in Australia?
Please see our Pathways & Registration page, for a detailed breakdown of the relevant industry bodies, programs and pathways to become a registered psychologist or counsellor in Australia.Read More
What is the difference between psychology, counselling and psychotherapy in Australia?
In Australia, psychology and psychologist are restricted titles and protected by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Psychotherapist and counsellor are not legally regulated titles in Australia, however they…Read More