Frequently Asked Questions

SEDA Group delivers Sport & Business Programs across Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia. Every program consists of the SIS50321 Diploma of Sport and BSB50120 Diploma of Business.

The Sport & Business Programs provide year 12 graduates with an exclusive opportunity to study in a practical, applied learning environment and gain hands-on experience in the sports industry working alongside our elite sporting partners. With programs associated with a variety of partners, you can choose a program that best aligns to your sporting interest. Visit our programs page to learn more about each program.

SEDA delivers via a blended learning model incorporating three days face-to-face per week, one day teacher-led virtual classroom per week and self-directed learning. The program is considered full-time and cannot be studied in a part-time capacity.

No. Sporting ability is not a pre-requisite for entry, but an active involvement in sporting pursuits is strongly encouraged.

Successful completion of a Year 12 course is desirable; however, alternative pathways can be available for consideration if a Year 12 qualification has not been obtained. No ATAR is required for acceptance into the program.

HLTAID011 Provide First Aid is to be completed as a pre-requisite through an external provider under a fee for service arrangement. 

Please click here to view entry requirements. 

Classes are structured to be delivered in an applied learning setting, via a hands-on curriculum incorporating three days face-to-face, one day teacher-led virtual classroom and self-directed learning. Curriculum includes activities based in the classroom, the workplace, and the community. Assessment includes a range of methods including projects, written tasks, online quizzes and observations. There are no examinations.

No ATAR is required for acceptance into the program. Please click here to view entry requirements. 

Unfortunately, SEDA Group and its partners do not have any boarding or accommodation facilities. While some students have relocated to attend, this has been facilitated on an individual basis through family, friends and independent organisations.

Our graduates can gain entry into a wide range of higher education courses or are well-placed to enter the work force across a range of different industries.

Click here to learn more about the Higher Education Pathways available for our current students.

We run information sessions throughout the year for each program where you can hear from teachers, students, SEDA Group, and the relevant sport organisation. Please check our Information Session page for upcoming events.

You can also contact our friendly Student Enrolment Manager on 1300 777 332 or via from 9am to 5pm weekdays (AEST).

Yes, students can still be involved in sport and sporting teams outside of their enrolled Sport & Business Program. Our program offers some flexibility associated with an adult learning program.

If you have existing commitments that you believe may present a conflict of interest (e.g. working or volunteering with a rival club), please let us know at your interview.

36 weeks with a February intake.

Students are involved in a number of components, such as coaching, fitness, work placement, wellbeing, event management and community projects and outdoor activities, in a hands-on environment.

Costs associated with the program include:

  • Tuition fees for SIS50321 Diploma of Sport and BSB50120 Diploma of Business. In 2025 the maximum tuition fee will be $19,950.
  • Course fee of $350.
  • HLTAID011 Provide First Aid to be completed through an external provider/s under a fee for service arrangement.
Eligible students can apply for a VET Student Loan (VSL) for their tuition fees. Please note, a VSL will not cover the course fee or First Aid training. Please see here for more information on VET Student Loans.
Please also check the relevant program page for scholarships that may be available to assist with tuition fees.
If you receive a letter of offer after completing the pre-enrolment stages, you will be asked to pay your course fee as part of accepting that offer.