The following application process varies according to the program you wish to study
All applications are made to the CPEE Higher Education Officer (HEO) via Online Application or Hardcopy Submission. Applications may have extra requirements, which will be listed on the applicable enrolment application form or requested following your initial submission. It is important to include all requested documentation with your application to avoid delays in processing.
If you are having difficulties with the online application you can submit offline via the Offline Application.
By enrolling in a program provided by Centre for Pavement Engineering Education Inc. (CPEE) (ABN: 23368959740; PRV12121), you agree to be legally bound by the terms and conditions ('Terms and conditions of enrolment') as outlined in the attached document. If you require any assistance or clarification, please contact CPEE on 03 98905155. You will be prompted to accept these Terms when submitting your application.
If this is your first time studying with CPEE
If you are an existing or past CPEE student wishing to apply for a new program, please complete the hardcopy application form.
The first step in any future students should take to ensure that the application and admission process goes as smoothly as possible is to consider and complete the following steps before applying:
Requirements do vary between courses, so it is important to check any unique requirements prior to submission. Your application will need to include a number of mandatory items. For most applcations these include:
Where indicated, documents must be certified as a true copy of the original unless otherwise stated.
CPEE accepts scanned documents submitted online in support of applications for admission to its programs. All submitted supporting documents must be true and complete records. Applicants should be prepared to provide original documents or original certified copies of supporting documents upon request at any time.
As part of the admission process CPEE may contact the original issuing authority, educational or other relevant organisation or individual, whether in Australia or overseas, to verify submitted documents. A failure to provide documents on request, or the discovery of either fraudulent documents or a misrepresentation of true circumstances in association with your application, may lead to the rejection of the application for admission, the withdrawal of offer, or the cancellation of enrolment.
Additional supporting documentation may be required to support your application based on your circumstances.
All applications require proof of citizenship. Different types of proof are acceptable depending on whether you are an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or international applicant.
If you are an Australian Citizen proof may be one of the following:
If you are a Permanent Resident (including humanitarian visa holders)
Other applicants including international.
Ensure that you have satasfied the entry requirments for the program you are applying for. Refer to the individual program listing and its entry requirements when considering your appication
Students must have access to the internet, email, word processing and spreadsheet programs for the duration of their study.
CPEE may award Specified Credit or Unspecified Credit. The awarding of credit means that a student who successfully applies for credit shall have a reduced number of Units to complete their CPEE program to meet the requirement for graduation. For example, a CPEE student who has been awarded 2 Units of Credit in the Masters of Pavement Technology will need to complete (pass) a further 6 Units to meet graduation requirements.
In respect to study hours, we estimate that students would need to devote approximately 10 study hours per week, per unit. These study hours are inclusive of teaching time (e.g. lectures, online teaching), independent study, assessment tasks and/or examination time. Our semesters are broken down into study and exam periods. The study period is 15 weeks duration per semester. We state that the student study workload for each unit is 150 hours over the student period. 10hrs*15wks = 150hrs.
Each of our units has an equivalent full time student load (EFTSL) of 0.125 (12.5%).
The study of one unit in a semester would be an ETFSL of 12.5%. A standard full-time load is eight units in the academic year (8*12.5%= 100% or 1 EFTSL). For our programs a full time study load would be 4 units per semester.
Each CPEE unit is worth one (1) credit point unless otherwise specified. One credit point involves a student workload of approximately 10 hours per week over a semester.
Program fees are charged on a unit enrolment basis each semester. Invoices will be issues at the begining of each semester and are payable as per the invoice terms.
|Domestic||Overseas||Field of Education|
Sem 1 2021
|Sem 1 2021 discounted
|Graduate Certificate in Asset Management||$3,090.00||$2,890.00||$3,550.00||$3,350.00||080315|
|Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology||$3,090.00||$2,890.00||$3,550.00||$3,350.00||039999|
|Master of Pavement Technology||$3,090.00||$2,890.00||$3,550.00||$3,350.00||039999|
|Single Unit (Non Award)||$3,090.00||$2,890.00||$3,550.00||$3,350.00||039999|
If you intend to study one of the Centre for Pavement Engineering Education private provider or joint University award programs, please make sure that you check the application closing dates for your program.
Applications received after these dates may be considered for the next available intake:
Applcations are to be made using the CPEE
You should receive notification regarding your application within 1-2 weeks from submission. We will keep you updated of the application progress.
To submitt your application please follow the following steps:
Applications are submitted electronically online. Alternatively via mail to:
Centre for Pavement Engineering Education
Suite 9, 935 Station Street, Box Hill North VIC 3129
Once your application has been assessed you will receive an email from CPEE providing specific details and if successful, a program place offer and be asked to complete a semester enrolment form.