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PSC welcomes enquiries about our range of higher education and vocational education courses from domestic students from Victoria and across Australia as well as international students from across the globe.

Admission to a particular course of study is determined through a selection process, where eligibility is determined and specific admission processes and procedures apply.

These requirements vary for each full time course, so please visit the relevant course page where we provide the specific requirements for each course of study.

We welcome your interest and encourage you to apply and our staff will assist you through the application process.

Thank you for interest in studying at Australia’s leading specialised visual photographic college.


Full Time

Applications for 2020 full time midyear intakes are now open.

Full time courses include the Bachelor of Photography, the Certificate IV in Photography and PhotoImaging, and the Masters of Arts Photography.

2020 full time courses commence at end of June 2020.

Please go to the specific course page to find details of the relevant entry requirements, application process and procedure.

For further information, course discussions, questions and personal tours contact:

Future Students Coordinator Whitney Butterworth

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+61 3 9682 3191


Tuition Assistance

FEE-HELP Tuition fee assistance

PSC is an approved FEE-HELP Provider.

Students undertaking the Bachelor of Photography, or the Master of Arts Photography may be eligible for FEE-HELP Assistance.

FEE-HELP is an Australian government loan scheme that assists eligible students with loans to pay all or part of their tuition fees. It is available to Australian Citizens, or holders of a permanent humanitarian visa who are enrolled in a higher education course.

Students may apply for a FEE-HELP loan to cover tuition costs for the Bachelor of Photography course. This loan does not cover non-tuition expenses, such as equipment and materials, accommodation, living expenses or other costs. For more information visit

Skills First Program

The Victorian and Australian Government provide financial support for some students undertaking the Certificate IV and Diploma of Photography and PhotoImaging full time courses.

PSC is an approved Skills First program provider.

The level of financial assistance provided to you depends on eligibility requirements set by the Victorian Government and your further eligibility for a fee concession. PSC will assist you with determining your eligibility for government support at enrollment.

Your remaining student contribution to your Tuition Fee can be paid off monthly, fortnightly or weekly using our student direct debit service.

College Scholarships

PSC will award Equity Scholarships for financial hardship.

To be eligible for PSC Equity Scholarships, the applicant must be eligible for the Victorian Government subsidized training through the Skills First Program and enrolled in the Certificate IV or Diploma of Photography and PhotoImaging at PSC.

Enquire upon enrolment.

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