+61 7 5532 2001

Level 1/18 Rawlins street, Southport QLD 4215 | National Provider No. 45524 CRICOS No. 03791F


Want to study in Australia?
Study Yoga and Ayurveda with us.

Study Yoga and Ayurveda in Sunny Queensland, Australia.
You can start your studies online.

As a government accredited collede, we are able to offer up to 3 year student visas.

Health Institute Australasia operates on the Gold Coast, Australia. With the best of both worlds such as beautiful beaches and hinterland waterfalls, you can study whilst enjoying a beautiful place to live. Available here is a core curriculum of a traditional study in Yoga, Meditation and Ayurvedic training in proven ways that build valuable skills inclusive of health, happiness and peace of mind, in a supportive and peaceful environment.

We offer the following government accredited, approved courses in Australia for international students (see our course listing on CRICOS):

Duration in weeks, including holidays

Diploma of Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultation – Diploma – 0100555 – QLD – 52 weeks
Advanced Diploma in Ayurveda – Advanced Diploma – 0100556 – QLD – 104 weeks
Certificate IV in Yoga – Certificate IV – 105455G – QLD – 52 weeks
Diploma of Yoga Teaching – Diploma – 105456F – QLD – 104 weeks
Advanced Diploma of Therapeutic Yoga Teaching – Advanced Diploma – 105457E – QLD – 156 weeks

Highest yoga qualifications available in the world. Get started with our simple 6-step enrolment process today.

To study at Health Institute Australasia, international students need a minimum level of 5.5 IELTS English, or equivalent. In the absence of which, the student must attend a 50-minute Skype interview with our English teacher.


1 a -Submit your online enrolment application
For Government accredited, CRICOS approved courses, submit your application with payment of AUD$250 (non-refundable) and any required proof e.g. English certificate, via our online enrolment form.

1 b – Pay the compulsory $250 International Student Enrolment Fee

2 – We will send you a ‘Letter of Offer’
Once you have submitted your application with payment of AUD$250 and necessary documents, you will be issued a ‘Letter of Offer’ within 24-48 hours from the Health Institute Australasia that doubles as your booking confirmation. You will need to check this thoroughly to ensure all details are correct, including your name as it will appear on your certificate. Please note that a ‘Letter of Offer’ is not a ‘COE’ (confirmation of enrolment) which is required for international student visas. Along with your letter of offer (LoO), we will send your fee choices. Fees can be paid in two instalments. Or with a $5000 deposit, and the balance paid over 10 instalments. This option incurs a 10% admin fee.

3 – Sign and return the ‘Letter of Offer’, pay deposit & health cover
1. Once you have read the Letter of Offer, please return the signed and dated document to the Health Institute Australasia. This document is required for the processing of your student visa. 2. You will be required to pay your initial course deposit and Overseas Health Cover with the Letter of Offer. If you’re using an education agent, they might prefer to arrange your medical insurance, however, your course deposit is essential to receive a COE (Confirmation of Enrolment). 3. This deposit is fully refundable if you do not get your visa.

4 – We will send a ‘CoE’
After you have returned the signed and dated ‘Letter of Offer’ along with your deposit and Overseas Health Cover, we will issue a COE (Confirmation of Enrolment). You will receive this by email.

5 – Apply for a student visa
You can apply for a student visa after you receive your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment – ‘CoE’.

6 -We will send a reminder email
Approximately one week prior to the scheduled course commencement, you will receive further communication from the Health Institute Australasia. This will usually be to confirm course details such as a brief introduction, materials provided and items you need to bring along to class.

Start your application process today by filling in the form below, and paying the $250 enrolment fee. Also, make sure to familiarise yourself with International Student obligations, Student Visa Conditions, Medical Insurance and Australian Government Quality Guarantee sections below.

    Course Selection

    I wish to study:*
    • Are you currently enrolled in a course with another provider?*

    Your Details

    Name of organisation / Company name

    Leave this blank of not applicable

    Date of Birth*
    Your age in digits (eg. 35)
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    Street Address 1*
    Street Address2
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    Your Education

    Certificate of highest qualification

    Upload a copy of Certificate of your highest qualification

    Academic transcripts

    Academic transcripts of last courses completed (if applicable) (max 500KB)

    Additional Certificates & Supporting Documentation (if applicable)

    Please include copies of additional certificates or other supporting documentation.

    Continuing Education

    What do you plan to do when you have finished this course?*

    Visa Status

    DIBP (Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection) office where you will apply for a student visa. Enter the country where the office is located.

    Enter the city where the office is located.

    (If applicable)

    Upload copy of current visa (if applicable) (max 500KB)

    Passport Status


    You must upload a certified copy of your passport (max 500KB)

    General English Language

    English Language Proficiency Level

    Is English your first language, or the language you have grown up speaking since childhood?

    If not, please upload a CERTIFIED copy of your English test results

    English Language Level*

    Indicate what level you feel you are at

    I wish to apply for the General English course*


    Are you under medical attention at the present time?

    Emergency Contact*

    Please include the name and phone number (including country and area code) of a person or persons we can contact in the case of an emergency.*

    Do you have medical coverage for your stay in Australia?

    Agent or Lawyer

    Are you using an Agent or Lawyer?


    Conditional Terms

    Under or over 18

    Terms and Conditions for accredited courses*

    I certify that the information provided on this form is true and correct, and I agree to abide by the terms and conditions of The Health Institute Australasia Pty Ltd including the refund policy, of which I have read and understood.

    Privacy Policy*

    I agree to the Privacy Policy of The Health Institute Australasia Pty Ltd, of which I have read and understood.

    Enrolment Fee

    After submitting this form, you must agree to pay our compulsory AUD$250 enrolment fee. A PayPal button is available on this page. Alternatively, please contact our office to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    Enrolment fee for accredited course*

    After successful submission of the form, please pay your AUD$250 Student Enrolment Fee:

    International Student Obligations
    The principal purpose of the Health Institute Australasia is to provide education.

    The Australian Government has fact sheet for international students which contains important information about their rights and responsibilities while studying in Australia. As a registered provider of services to overseas students, there are quite specific and legally binding requirements imposed on providers and students under the ESOS Act.

    The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs) enforces those pretty strongly, effectively forcing providers to be their ‘agent on the ground’ and report any actual or potential issues with student visa requirements as soon as they are aware (or could reasonably be expected to be aware) of the issue in a timely manner.

    The main issues the Department of Home Affairs are interested in are:-

    course attendance
    working hours
    visa/passport expiry

    As a registered provider we have a system to record attendance and trigger follow up events when absences reach defined levels. We also need to record all actions and correspondence to demonstrate to DIBP in retrospect that we did everything reasonable to manage the issue.

    If you have a student visa, you must complete your course within the standard full-time completion period, unless certain circumstances apply which are generally those beyond the control of the student and which have an impact on the student’s course progress or well-being, such as:-

    serious illness or injury, where a medical certificate states that the student was unable to attend classes;
    bereavement of close family members such as parents or grandparents;
    major political upheaval or natural disaster in the home country requiring emergency travel and this has impacted on the student’s studies;
    a traumatic experience which could include involvement in, or witnessing of a serious accident;
    or witnessing or being the victim of a serious crime.

    See also our Terms & Conditions for International Students.

    Student Visa conditions
    If you do not uphold your Student Visa conditions, your visa may be cancelled, and you may have to leave Australia. The most important conditions are listed below:

    You must remain enrolled in a course registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)

    You must make satisfactory course progress according to the Health Institute Australasia’s rules

    You must advise the Health Institute Australasia of your Australian address within seven days of arriving in Australia, and within seven days of any change of address.

    You must maintain enough money to pay for travel, tuition and living expenses for yourself, your spouse and your dependent children for the duration of your stay in Australia.

    Any family members of school age (between 5 and 18 years) living in Australia must attend school in Australia.

    You must maintain health insurance for you and your family members while in Australia.

    You cannot undertake work until you have commenced your course in Australia. If you are a coursework student you cannot work more than 20 hours per week during semester/trimester teaching periods. If you are a research student you cannot work more than 20 hours per week except when on annual leave.

    Failure to uphold the above-mentioned international student conditions may result in your enrolment being suspended or cancelled.


    Health Institute Australasia RTO 45524 Cricos 03791F
    P.O. Box 3512 Australia Fair QLD. 4215 1, 126 Scarborough St, Southport
    T. (07) 5532 2001
    E: admin@healthinstitute.edu.au

    Medical Insurance
    Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is compulsory for all overseas students while studying in Australia. OSHC does not cover optometry, dental services or pre-existing conditions (i.e. prior to entry into Australia). Your OSHC insurance covers 85% of the Government scheduled fee for eligible medical expenses; in other words, you are required to pay the remaining 15% for eligible expenses. For non-eligible medical expenses such as optometry, dentistry or treatment of pre-existing conditions, you must pay 100% of the expenses.

    The Health Institute Australasia uses Bupa HI as our provider for international student medical insurance – see www.bupa.com.au/health-insurance/cover/oshc. You will be given an option to request that we arrange medical insurance for you on your online enrolment form.

    Australian government quality guarantee
    As quoted in www.studyinaustralia.gov.au:
    In Australia, the quality of your education is guaranteed. In fact, the wellbeing of all international students, the quality of their educational experience, and the provision of up-to-date and accurate information is protected by law – under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000. On top of this, a national Regulator – Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) – ensures the quality of our education to more than 1.2 million students – including some 230,000 international students involved in vocational education and training.