At TMT, we cater for and love international students. International students usually make up around 25 percent of the class intake.
TMT is a leading Training College of Professional Makeup for Film, Television, Fashion, Photographic, Theatre and Special Effects in the Asia Pacific region. Established in 1985, TMT has been offering a wide range of full courses for students wishing to break into the exciting industry of makeup artistry. We combine specialist industry knowledge with practical technical training to deliver world-class quality graduates in Professional Makeup Artistry. TMT graduates are highly sought after and well recognised by the makeup industry nationally and internationally.
TMT is an Australian Government accredited college with the highest calibre of tutors experienced in all aspects of the industry including beauty, fashion, film, television and SPFX. Courses are offered throughout the year allowing you time to plan and get started as soon as possible. TMT boasts a high success rate of accomplished graduates working in all areas of the beauty & entertainment industry, both here in Australia as well as the United States of America, the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Our graduate’s success in the makeup industry contributes to TMT being highly recommended by the film, television, beauty and fashion industries in Australia as well as overseas. In mid 2022, TMT is honoured to become the only college in Australia proudly sponsored by German based Kryolan Professional Makeup and Jean d’Arcel Cosmetique. The sponsorships further strengthen TMT graduates’ international recognition and will open doors for TMT graduates to shine on the world stage.
TMT accredited courses are approved by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) & CRICOS [Provider Code: 03367M]. The College has full insurance cover under Australian government regulations that ensure tuition fees paid by overseas learners are protected. TMT is a member of Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) and subscribes to the ITECA Tuition Assurance Scheme.
The following TMT courses are registered by the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and available for Overseas Students to enrol:
1) CUA51020 – Diploma of Screen & Media
2) CUA60620 – Advanced Diploma of Screen & Media
3) SHB30416 – Certificate III in Hairdressing
4) SHB50121 – Diploma of Beauty Therapy
5) SHB30221 – Certificate III in Makeup
How to Enrol
Apply to Enrol
Please complete the Enrolment Form.
Please note: If English is not your first language, a copy of the result of a recognised English test is also required.
The School will promptly assess the application.
We will then contact you to arrange an interview & school tour. Interview & school tours can be conducted remotely or on campus.
If you are accepted, the School will send you a Letter of Offer, together with an invoice for deposit & administration fee. Please note the enrolment form is a legally binding contract between the School and the student. Student must return the signed Letter of Offer with the required enrolment deposit. The School will send you a Letter of Enrolment Confirmation upon full receipt of signed enrolment form, letter of offer and deposit.
Certificate of Enrolment for Visas
The School will generate a “Certificate of Enrolment” (CoE) from the Department of Home Affairs system. A copy of COE will be sent together with the Letter of Enrolment Confirmation upon full receipt of signed enrolment form, letter of offer and deposit..
The prospective student can use the CoE to arrange for a visa from an Australian Diplomatic post (embassy or consulate) outside Australia, or the Department of Immigration of Ethnic Affairs inside Australia.
Please note that the School does not and can not offer advice as to the likelihood of a student obtaining entry to Australia. However, in the event your Visa application is refused, your Enrolment Deposit will be refunded less $250 refund administration fee.
All student visa holders must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) which provides medical and hospital insurance in Australia. Except for students from Norway, Sweden or Belgium. You must not arrive in Australia before your health insurance starts. If you are in Australia and do not have adequate health insurance, you are in breach of visa condition 8501.
For advice regarding studying in Australia please visit the Australian Government’s Study In Australia website
For information regarding student visa application, please visit Student Visas – Australian Department of Home Affairs
All students whose first language is not English must demonstrate sufficient competency in spoken and written English to undertake the course.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection regulations require that prospective students demonstrate English language proficiency before they will be issued with a student visa.
To prove that you have competent English you must have achieved a score of at least 5.5 for each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and writing) of an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test that has been undertaken in the three years immediately prior to lodging the visa application.