Your application is the first step in the process towards becoming a student of Morling College. The below guide is a step by step for your Application Process with us at Morling College. If you have any questions along the way, please contact us, and we'll be happy to help you get started. 




Information on the Graduate Diploma of Education, Master of Education and Master of Educational Leadership can be found under Education in the COURSES Tab above.

The Education courses have specific pre-requisites, so be sure to check their entry requirements on each course page.

Faculty of Education offer three Postgraduate courses:

These courses are offered fully online.

Once you have chosen your course of study, you will first need to submit an Application Form.

A part time study load is considered as 1-2 units/subjects per semester, whilst a full time study load is 4 units a semester. You may also choose to complete a unit as a non-award unit. If you wish to complete a unit as Non-Award then please complete the Non-Award/Single Unit Application Form. A non-award unit simply means that you are completing a standalone unit for credit rather than applying for a full course.

When submitting your application form, a number of documents are required as attachments. Please note that any copies of official documents (ie. Proof of Citizenship and academic transcripts) MUST be certified. To create a ‘certified’ copy:

  • copy or scan and print the original document,
  • then show the copy and the original to a trustworthy other person (eg as a Justice of the Peace or your School Principal), who should write on the copy these words:
    "I have viewed the original, of which this is a copy, and declare this to be a true copy of the original"
    and then write his/her name and position clearly (eg. JP, Principal, Lawyer) and sign the copy.
    This certifies that the copy is a true copy of the original. 

If you wish to gain any credit transfers or Advanced Standing or Recognition of Prior Learning, please download the Application for Advanced Standing (AS) or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Application Form  and submit it with your application.

Please read the Recognition of Prior Learning Policy to find out if you are eligible to apply.
Note for English-as-a-Second-Language Students: Please see entry requirements for the course

REFERENCES: You are asked to submit two references with your application. The Referee Report form can be downloaded HERE. Please send this form to your pastor or church leader and to a professional who can attest to your experience in education and/or your suitability for working with children and young people.

You are asked the answer the following: 

    1. Please give a summary of your Christian experience including your conversion. (1 paragraph)
    2. What has led to your interest in applying to do this course?
    3. What do you hope to gain from engaging in the course?
    4. Is there anything else you would like us to know about you that may help the Admissions Committee?

If you are applying for the Master of Educational Leadership course, please answer this additional question: 

                   5. From a biblical perspective, briefly explain why you want to lead others (100-150 words)


When you're ready you can Apply Online HERE

A decision about your acceptance will be made after we have received your application, certified attachments and referee reports. If accepted, you will receive a Confirmation of Acceptance email from the Education Administrator. In consultation with you, we may offer you a provisional acceptance or suggest a change to your Course level or program to best suit your plans for study.

Once you have received your Confirmation of Acceptance, you will be invited to enrol in your specific subjects by completing an Enrolment Form.

Any credit transfers or Recognition of Prior Learning, will also be applied at this time.

Individual support is available for any questions you might have about your enrolment and choosing subjects. Throughout your course, it is your responsibility to ensure that the units you choose each semester fulfil the requirements of your course. You will also need to ensure that you fulfil any pre- or co- requisite requirements of the units your selected.

In future semesters, contact the Education Administrator if you have any questions about your course progression.

We recommend that students start with the core units.

Once you are enrolled, you will be set up with access to Morling Online (Moodle), and be invited to Orientation, which is conducted either on-campus or online.