Nan Tien Institute welcomes students from all over Australia. This unique education, with its strong foundation on multicultural and practical life applications, is ideal for students from all backgrounds.
Innovative and distinctive subjects and courses are designed to enhance and enrich lives, and students are empowered with an education that is mobile, crosses geographic precincts and cultural, digital and educational borders, and has numerous transferable and adaptable applications.
You are classed as a Domestic Student if you are any one of the following:
New Zealand citizen
If you do not meet one of these criteria, you are an International Student.
|Qualification||Number of subjects to be completed||Subject cost||Total Cost of Qualification|
|APPLIED BUDDHIST STUDIES|
|Master of Arts||12 (11 if ABS950 Research Project taken)
|HEALTH AND SOCIAL WELLBEING|
|Master of Arts||12 (11 if HSW950 Research Project taken)||$1,900||$22,800#|
# Indicative fee assuming full time load and all electives are chosen within the Award program. Costs may vary depending on elective subjects selected.
All prices listed in Australian Dollars (AUD).
Costs are subject to change annually. Enquire to find out about future costs.
Costs are for tuition only. They do not cover accommodation, meals or incidentals associated with your studies at Nan Tien Institute.
When you are ready to apply, please have the following supporting documentation ready. You can upload these documents at Step 5 of your online application:
Passport, birth certificate, or citizenship certificate (or evidence of permanent residency)
Academic transcripts/testamurs from previous tertiary study
Proof of change of name (if applicable)
Evidence of English language proficiency (if applicable, please see English Language Requirements tab below)
Do you have any questions about applying? Contact one of our friendly enrolment advisors:
Phone: 1300 323 261
Phone/SMS: 0402 551 223
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us via our contact page.
All classes at Nan Tien Institute are taught in English. In addition to the entry requirements for each of our courses, all students are required to demonstrate a minimum level of proficiency in the English language, either through their previous studies or through a test of English language proficiency, to qualify for admission.
If English is not your first language, you may be asked to provide evidence of your English proficiency with your application. Please see our English Language Requirements page for more information.