Wentworth Institute of Higher Education

Studying at the Wentworth Institute of Higher Education

Wentworth Institute of Higher Education (WIN) is located opposite Central Railway Station and is distinguished by its small classes and support for the individual student. WIN provides high quality tertiary education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in business and interactive media programs of study.

Wentworth Institute’s mission is to provide industry-relevant and innovative higher education courses to address the learning needs of committed students and, in turn, the future needs of the businesses and industries in which they will contribute their values, skills and knowledge.

Our higher education degrees are accredited through the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and by the relevant professional bodies. All our courses were developed in close collaboration with industry so that students can gain relevant and sought-after skills. Our courses are designed to lead to successful and fulfilling careers in various fields, both in Australia and in the global market place.

We are committed to providing a valuable educational experience in a friendly atmosphere, with student support for academic studies and personal issues so that every student has the opportunity to reach their potential. 

Student profile

For information on Wentworth Institute’s latest undergraduate cohort, read ‘Student Profile’.

Where to get further information

For further information, visit the website or call (02) 8252 9999.

How to apply

Apply online directly to WIN for an application form.

The Assistant Registrar is the first point of contact for inquiries and advice relating to enrolment and fees. You may also contact an academic course advisor to discuss your application on (02) 8252 9999. Shortly after you apply to WIN, you will be contacted to attend an interview with the course adviser. Do not apply through UAC.

Courses offered

View Wentworth Institute courses:

Undergraduate

Get in touch

tel: +61 2 8252 9999

email: info@win.edu.au

website: win.edu.au

Admission criteria
Australian Year 12 students

Students who have completed an Australian Year 12 or equivalent will be considered for entry into undergraduate courses.

Wentworth Institute recognises that previous academic success is only one indicator of suitability for admission into a course and therefore all students will be interviewed to assess suitability for admission into their chosen program of study.

Applicants with higher education study

Students who have successfully undertaken an undergraduate degree (or equivalent) at a recognised institution will be considered for admission into postgraduate programs. For more information, visit the Wentworth Institute website.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people

Wentworth Institute is committed to providing higher education pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who do not have an Australian Year 12 or equivalent may apply to study at Wentworth Institute through a pathway program. In addition, Wentworth Institute has scholarships available specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Domestic applicants with overseas qualifications

Australian citizens or permanent residents with overseas qualifications are assessed after they have provided certified documents for academic achievements (and transcript if relevant).

English language proficiency

Students whose first language is not English must demonstrate competency in the English language. English proficiency can be demonstrated by providing proof of an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall test result (or equivalent alternative test result) that meets the specified level of English proficiency denoted for the course.

Enrolment

You will receive information about acceptance and enrolment procedures with your letter of offer, which will be posted and emailed to you within seven days of your attending the application interview.

Advanced standing

Wentworth Institute will recognise prior learning, and grant credit for that learning, provided it is relevant, current and equivalent to the learning required for Wentworth Institute’s academic programs and courses, and in accordance with the Advanced Standing and Credit Transfer Policy and Procedure. For more information, visit the Wentworth Institute website.

Fees and charges

Your course costs will depend on the type of course you enrol in. Tuition fees at the Wentworth Institute are affordable and competitively priced. For more information on fees, visit the Wentworth Institute website or call (02) 8252 9999.

Financial assistance

All eligible Australian students enrolled in an approved course at Wentworth Institute have access to FEE-HELP. For full details concerning eligibility requirements, visit the Study Assist website.

Scholarships

Our domestic undergraduate scholarships are available to a wide cohort of students, whether you are a high achiever or have suffered challenges in your schooling.

  • Merit scholarships are available to anyone who achieves an excellent ATAR.
  • Equity scholarships are for high-achieving students who have faced significant challenges: financial, medical or disability issues, refugee status, or have come from a rural area.

There are also scholarships specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

Student and campus services

Wentworth Institute offers a range of student support services and experiences. These include counselling, academic assistance and learning support, career advice and social activities, including an active Students’ Association.

For more information on student and campus services, visit the Wentworth Institute website.