INTERNATIONAL STUDENT APPLICATION PROCESS
St George College is a Commonwealth Registered Institute for Overseas Students to enrol Full Fee Paying students. CRICOS Provider No 02799F
St George College is registered to provide the following courses:
Provider Code Course Code Course Name
02799F 096720G Primary Years Reception to 6
02799F 096721F Junior Secondary Years 7 to 10
02799F 096722E Senior Secondary Years 11 to 12
International students interested in enrolling at St George College may request information from the College Registrar. Information provided in response to requests will be given without charge.
Applications can be made by submitting a completed International Student Application for Enrolment form, together with the required documentation (please see below).
Applications are assessed with consideration to the following:
- Availability at the appropriate year level
- College resources
- Students academic records and English Language proficiency for the proposed course of study
(students may be required to undertake Intensive English language study prior to their entry to mainstream study)
Students must reside in Australia with either:
- One or both parent/s
- A homestay provider organised through the Australian Homestay Network (AHN)
It is essential that the College be kept informed of any changes to the information provided in the application. It is the responsibility of the student, parent/guardian or agent to provide the School with advice of changes to address and contact details. Failure to do so may mean the applicant is not issued with an offer of enrolment.
St George College will assess the application, including evaluation of reports and English Language proficiency. The Principal will make the final decision on acceptance of International Students into the College.
Applicants who are offered a place will be required to complete a contractual Acceptance of Enrolment document and agree to be comply by the College’s policies and conditions of enrolment.
- Submitting an International Student Application for Enrolment form is NOT an Offer of Enrolment or a Notice of Acceptance.
- It is essential that the International Student Handbook and all St George College policies are read before an application is submitted.
STEP 1: Student enquiry and application
Familiarise yourself with College policies.
Complete the International Student Application for Enrolment form.
The following documentation must be submitted with the application:
– Certified copy of Passport
– Certified school report (translated in English)
– Certified copies of English Language proficiency
Make sure you have read the criteria and conditions on the Application form
Return the completed application, and required documentation to:
St George College
PO Box 29, TORRENSVILLE PLAZA, SA, 5031, AUSTRALIA
Or Email: email@example.com
STEP 2: Offer of Enrolment is Issued
Once the Principal has approved the application, and Offer of Enrolment letter will be sent
STEP 3: Student Acceptance
The signed Declaration page and also completed Acceptance Agreement is returned to the Registrar.
An invoice for the first year’s tuition fees is issued.
Fees are paid
Money or payment of fees should NOT be made until an Acceptance Agreement has been received and an invoice issued.
STEP 4: CoE and CAAW are Issued
Once the invoice is paid, the Registrar will issue the CoE and CAAW.
STEP 5: Student finalises VISA conditions with DIBP
Student / Agent provides St George College with a copy of the Visa Grant Notice
STEP 6: Student finalises Travel and Accommodation arrangements
Student / Agent notifies St George College of the travel and accommodation arrangements.
St George College will assist with arranging homestay through Australian Homestay Network (AHN) if required. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
STEP 7: Student arranges Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
You must have adequate health insurance while in Australia. This is done by obtaining Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) which provides medical and hospital insurance in Australia. 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 your visa conditions.
Students are responsible for obtaining OSHC. (Your agent may be able to assist you with this)
STEP 8: Student arrives in Australia
Student can be transported to their Homestay provider by a chauffeured service if required.
STEP 9: College Orientation
Students will be sent a letter outlining the Orientation arrangements
STEP 10: Classes Begin
If you require any assistance with the above or have any queries please email us at email@example.com