LCI Melbourne is committed to being open about its admissions process. The following information provides a comprehensive overview of admissions procedures at the school. To fully understand the admissions process at LCI Melbourne, view the Applications area of our website, read our Admissions FAQs, or contact our Admissions Officers.
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English language proficiency
All international applicants must meet the minimum English language requirements.
Special needs/educationally disadvantaged students
Applicants who have suffered educational disadvantage may be eligible for special consideration for admission to the course at LCI Melbourne. This includes applicants with physical disabilities, from geographically isolated areas, or from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Applicants who have a physical disability and do not meet the Academic Entry requirements may be assessed on the basis of Creative Entry. LCI Melbourne can adjust the portfolio requirements and/or selection task to enable equitable access to the course. Applicants from other disadvantaged backgrounds can be assessed via Academic or Creative Entry, which may include prior academic achievements, any relevant work experience and an interview with Admissions Officers. International applicants must still achieve the minimum English proficiency requirements.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island applicants
Applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent may apply for special consideration for admission to LCI Melbourne. Applicants should contact the Admissions Office requesting special consideration. Applications can be assessed via Academic or Creative Entry routes. Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island applicants who do not request special consideration will be assessed via LCI Melbourne’s standard entry routes.
Student profiles gives an indication of the likely peer cohort for new students at LCI Melbourne. It provides data for students that commenced the degree and passed the census date in the most relevant intake period for which data are available. Click here to see the student and ATAR profiles