Know you want to study in Brisbane next year, but not sure where you are going to live? Come and check out St Margaret’s College for yourself. It is also not too late to apply for the current Semester One 2017 intake. We currently have limited spaces available for students whose accommodation situation did not quite turn out as planned. We provide an alternative option for students looking for a safe, secure and positive student experience. Apply online NOW so you don't miss out on a place.
St Margaret’s College welcomes applications from female students who intend or are enrolled in full-time undergraduate or postgraduate courses at universities across Brisbane. Applications are currently open and places are filling quickly. Applicants may submit their application online by clicking on the link. Please allow sufficient time to complete all requirements of the application process, and you are strongly encouraged to submit your application to the College as early as possible. Acknowledgment of your application will be sent via email.
You must email the Confidential Referee Form to both referees which you have nominated on your application and request them to complete the Referee Report (click here to download the form). Completed reports will be returned directly to the College.
The interview is an important part of the application process. An interview will be arranged at a mutually agreeable time. Skype or phone interviews may be arranged for regional, interstate and overseas applicants.
Please note that you should advise the College immediately of any changes to your information provided in your application (eg. Change of address, email address, phone number).
St Margaret’s College will send out provisional offers throughout the year to outstanding students leading up to the start of the 2018 academic year (a definite offer of residence will be confirmed, pending acceptance into university in Brisbane). Earlier applicants receiving this provisional offer have the peace of mind knowing that they have a place to live if they are accepted into university in Brisbane.