CRICOS – 01488G
St. Andrew’s Grammar welcomes international students who wish to complete their education in a school with an incredibly multicultural and intercultural flavour.
We believe that the experience of sharing and developing life skills with students from further across the globe assists our students in developing a more dynamic and valid world view, promotes qualities of tolerance and an understanding of the needs of others.
Please note however that St. Andrew’s Grammar does not provide boarding or other accommodation facilities. Where a student is under the age of 18 and is not in the care of a parent or suitable relative, as defined by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, their accommodation must be approved by the school.
If your child is a Chinese Passport holder, including mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao, please contact Jing Wei, Director of our China regional agency, JIMI China Pty Ltd. You can contact Mrs Wei by visiting the website www.jimichina.com.
International students must meet the School’s academic and English requirements before enrolling.
As per the School Enrolment Form, students from English speaking countries are required to submit two recent school reports.
Students from non-English speaking countries should submit a copy of a current AEAS (Australian Education Assessment Services) assessment so that the School is able to determine the student’s English language ability and the appropriate academic entry point. To find out further details about AEAS testing, visit the website at www.aeas.com.au
English Level Required
Students who already learn in an English language medium may not be required to submit additional proof of English levels.
Students commencing in Years 10 to 12 should have already reached an Upper Intermediate ESL level. Students commencing in Years 7-9 should have reached a high Intermediate level prior to commencing at St. Andrew’s Grammar.
Students who have not reached the minimum English level will be required to take additional ELICOS training in a High School Preparation Programme in their home country until their English levels have improved sufficiently prior to commencing their course of study at St. Andrew’s Grammar.
St. Andrew’s Grammar does not offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes and all prospective international students are expected to have acquired an English level appropriate to learning in an English language medium.