Admissions Process

All international and domestic students applying to study at EEI must complete the Student Application Form and submit it to the Administration Office for assessment. Applicants who wish to apply through one of EEI’ s authorized education agents can find authorized education agents information on the Institute’ s website. Supporting documentation must be provided with an application for admission.
The applicants must attach certified copies of transcripts of all relevant previous studies and the evidence of meeting English language equivalence requirements. If documents are in a language other than English, a certified English translation of each document must be provided together with certified copies of original documents. Upon successful assessment, EEI will issue a conditional or unconditional Letter of Offer, together with instruction for applicant accepting the offer. Administration Office will advise students if their application is unsuccessful.

Accepting Offers

An applicant must accept their admission offer by returning the signed Acceptance Form to the Administrative Office. The Acceptance Form is part of the Letter of Offer.

International applicants must pay the tuition fees and other compulsory fees identified on their letter of offer in order to be issued a Confirmation of Enrolment. Further information on Tuition Fees payments & refunds can be found on the Tuition Fees Payment and Refund Policy.



All Admission and other contractual arrangements with students are in writing and include any particular conditions of enrolment and participation for undertaking particular courses of study that may not apply to other courses more generally, such as health requirements for students undertaking clinical work, requirements for security checks, particular language requirements and particular requirements of work placements.

Mandatory interviews

All prospective students are required to attend an interview with EEI Staff prior to receiving a confirmation of enrolment. This process is to ensure the student’s suitability for their selected course and proficiency in English to participate in their intended studies. Students with a poor academic record or any factors that cause doubt on the student’s suitability may be asked to complete a Prospective Student Self-Assessment Form or Statement of Purpose prior to attending the interview, to support their application. Interviews will be conducted face-to-face, via Zoom or over the phone.