Study full-time in Semester 2, 2021

Online applications for Semester 2 2021 opened on April 28 2021. Once you have decided what course you want to do, and how you want to study, applying for a place will involve a few simple steps. 

Please read the instructions in the Semester 2, 2021 drop down menu option below. 

Semester 2 starts from Monday July 19, 2021.

You can apply for the majority of our courses through TAFE Admissions.

If you need help finding the best course for you, contact our friendly Course Information team by phone or email. Please let us know if you need help making an online application.

South West (campuses at Bunbury, Busselton, Collie, Harvey, Manjimup, Margaret River) on Freecall 1800 621 445 or 6371 3070, email

Great Southern (campuses at Albany, Denmark, Mt Barker, Katanning, Esperance and Narrogin) on Freecall 1800 675 781 or 6371 3888, email

Once you have submitted an application via TAFE Admissions, you will receive correspondence outlining the next stage of your application to enrolment process.



Online Applications

Opened Wednesday 28 April 2021

Applications open for courses starting in Semester 2, 2021 at in a new tab)(opens in a new tab)


Applications Close Wednesday 9 June 2021

Up to this date, you can change your preferences by logging in via in a new tab)

  • Add new preferences, for any course
  • Change the order of the preferences
  • Cancel preferences
  • Change the campus of an existing preference.



Non Competitive Course – from 28 April to 23 June 2021.

Offers are made throughout the intake for courses that are not competitive.

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Competitive Course – 23 June 2021

Offers are available online at in a new tab) and will be emailed from 12pm.


Applications after 23 June 2021

Expression of Interest applications will be accepted from 23 June for any courses that still have spaces until courses are filled. Contact your local campus for more information.


Semester 2 starts from 19 July, 2021

If you have an offer, congratulations! Your eligibility for the course has been checked and a place has been allocated to you in a course.

Attached to your offer letter and below are detailed instructions on how to enrol.  Before we can complete your enrolment, we need you to provide us with evidence of your eligibility to take up a commonwealth funded place with us. You can do this by completing and uploading the required evidence within our online enrolment form.

Have you applied but want to change your course preferences? If you haven't received an offer yet you can log in to TAS online up until the application close date to change your preference. If you have received an offer but would like to change to a different course you can request to change your preferences via email or phone us on 1800 621 445.

Don't want to accept your offer? If you change your mind and don't want to enrol in the course you have received an offer for please let us know, this will mean we are able to offer the place to someone else. Decline your offer email or phone us on 1800 621 445.

If your application is successful you will receive an offer to study with us, then it's time to enrol.

Before you can enrol for a full-time course, you must have received an offer to the email address you applied with. 

You should follow the instructions for competitive or non-competitive courses. Find out if your course is competitive by checking our course list.

If you do not enrol by the deadline listed on your offer correspondence, your offer will lapse and will be offered to another student on the waitlist. It is for this reason that it is important that you keep in contact with us. Call us on 1800 621 445 if you are having trouble using our enrolment or payment options.

If you do miss the deadline on your offer correspondence call us on 1800 6241 445 to discuss your options. While its best to get in early to guarantee a spot in your desired course, there may still be places available right through to the first 2 weeks of semester.

In order to comply with COVID-19 Government directed social distancing guidelines, some courses may include a mix of online and classroom based training delivery, as well as practical and work experience placements.

While the mode of delivery might vary, the content and key learning outcomes of the course will remain the same.

The precise mix of delivery method will vary from course to course. The time, place and method of delivery may also vary across the semester to ensure social distancing and safe training delivery for staff and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Regional TAFE will provide students with adequate support to work in online environments where necessary.