Frequently Asked Questions

What are NTI's key contacts?

Head of Program – Applied Buddhist Studies

Venerable Dr Juewei: juewei@nantien.edu.au

Head of Program – Health & Social Wellbeing

Dr Nadine Levy: n.levy@nantien.edu.au

Head of Program – Humanistic Buddhism

Venerable Dr Juewei: juewei@nantien.edu.au

Head of Program – Mental Health

Sylvia Neubacher: s.neubacher@nantien.edu.au

Future Students Enrolments


Student Services



What are NTI's academic entry requirements?

You will need either a Bachelor degree with a major in humanities or social sciences OR relevant work experience and professional training of at least 3 years.

What is Non-Award Study?

You can study single subjects at NTI without having to enrol in a formal degree. Contact NTI Enrolments for further information at study@nantien.edu.au

What are NTI's English language requirements?

You will need to demonstrate a minimum level of written and oral communication in English, either through previous studies or a test of English language skills. Read more about our English Language Requirements.

Where can i find information about fees, FEE HELP & scholarships?

Each subject requires payment of fees on the consensus date of each subject. Domestic students may be eligible for FEE-HELP, an Australian Government loan scheme that allows students to defer the cost of their study.

Nan Tien Institute also provides a limited number of scholarships to cover the cost of subject enrolments.

Visit Fees and Scholarships pages for more information.

How does NTI handle its students' right to privacy?

Nan Tien Institute collects personal and health information from students to enable it to provide our services and to responsibly discharge our duty of care to both students and staff. In the collection, storage, access, use, and disclosure of information, NTI complies with all Commonwealth and State legislative and regulatory requirements. Access our Privacy Policy here. If you wish to access and review your information, please contact Student Services at enquiry@nantien.edu.au.


Offering a high degree of flexibility, our courses can be studied online or on campus, full or part-time. Our courses are designed for health and wellness professionals, counsellors, educators, and other leaders who are balancing a work schedule and already have an undergraduate degree. Enrol now or at a time that suits you.