International Students

Full Fee-Paying International Students

All Saints’ College offers several places for full fee-paying students to undertake studies at the College. Enrolment of the student is dependent on specific conditions of enrolment, including a demonstrated proficiency and command of the English language that will enable the student to take part in mainstream classes. Students who do not meet these standards are encouraged to undertake an intensive English course before commencing at All Saints’ College. Upon commencement at the College, overseas students are enrolled in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses as a part of their studies.

The opportunity to study at All Saints’ College affords prospective students the experience of studies in a safe, secure and comfortable environment, working with teachers who are committed to teaching and learning. Students are encouraged to take part in all aspects of College life and every effort is made to ensure they assimilate into life at All Saints’ and indeed, into the Australian education system.

All Saints’ College is not a boarding school. In almost all instances, international students will be enrolled on the basis that they live in Perth with a parent, legal guardian or approved relative.

All Saints’ College is just south of Western Australia’s capital city, Perth. The College is a comfortable ten-minute walk from the Bull Creek Train Station on the new Perth Southern Suburbs Rail Line. It is situated on 19 hectares of beautifully landscaped grounds and is regarded as one of Perth’s most attractive campuses.

All Saints’ College is registered with the Commonwealth Government, CRICOS listing 02029D and offers the following courses:

  • Primary Education Years 1 – 6 (034858B)
  • Secondary Education Years 7 – 10 (095514K)
  • Senior Secondary Certificate of Education Years 11 – 12 (095517G)

As a provider of education and training services to overseas students, the College is required to comply with the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 and Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS Act).

The Australian Government has released the revised National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 (National Code 2018), which commenced on 1 January 2018. For a description of the ESOS framework, please click here.  Personal information about the student may be shared with the Australian Federal Government and State Government agencies.

Application and Enrolment Process

  1. Contact the College Registrar via email registrar@allsaints.wa.edu.au or phone +61 08 93139342 to make an initial enquiry and to discuss the availability of places. The College recommends that admission be considered for entry into Years 1 to 10. Year 11 entry will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.
  2. Arrange to have your child tested by AEAS (Australian Education Assessment Services). Detailed information about the test, practice tests and testing centres in Australia and in other countries can be obtained by visiting the website www.aeas.com.au. Subject to acceptable test results, reports and if a vacancy exists, an offer of place may be made.
  3. Submit an International Student Application form with the application fee, copies of the student’s two most recent academic reports, a copy of a current AEAS (Australian Education and Assessment Services) assessment so that the College may determine the student’s English language ability and appropriate academic entry point. Submission of an application does not guarantee entry in to All Saints’ College.
  4. Subject to the required documents being in order, an interview will be conducted with the student and parents by a member of the College Leadership Team and a formal offer of place will be generated and sent to the family. At the time of interview the College Registrar will provide the family with a tour of the College Campus and facilities, if required. A skype interview can be arranged should the student not be visiting Perth.
  5. Parents are required to sign the Written Agreement, pay the Endowment Fee and any related fees as shown in the College’s Full Fee Paying Overseas Student Fees & Charges Information and Business Arrangements in order, to accept the place for their child.
  6. The College Registrar will generate a “Confirmation of Enrolment” (CoE) and “Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation/Welfare Arrangement” (CAAW), which will be sent to you electronically and via post. The forms will enable you to apply for a student Visa at the Australian Embassy or High Commission nearest to you. For further information in relation to applying for a student visa, please visit homeaffairs.gov.au. A student visa cannot be granted without a “Confirmation of Enrolment” form.

English Proficiency Requirements

International students who come from a Non-English speaking background will be required to undertake an Australian Education Assessment Service (AEAS) test as a part of the All Saints’ College application process.  The AEAS test provides an educational profile.  Testing consists of English Language Proficiency Tests (speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary, writing), a non-verbal general reasoning test, and a mathematical reasoning test and takes students approximately three hours to complete. The current test fee is AUD$520.

It must be stressed that a student’s level of English language ability is a major factor in determining whether a place can be offered at All Saints’ College.

The test results provided by AEAS will be utilised to determine if a place at All Saints’ College is offered.

Prospective students must contact AEAS to determine testing sites and times. AEAS will then return test results directly to the College. Please refer to the AEAS Website www.aeas.com.au

Visa Application

Should a visa application be refused, the College’s Refund Policy will apply. Undertaking a Primary or Secondary Education course at All Saints’ College, does not provide a pathway to Australian Residency. All Saint’s College cannot guarantee the outcome of a visa application.

Overseas Student Health Cover

For information on Overseas Health Cover requirements for International Students, please click on the link HERE.

Overseas Education Agents

In accordance with Section 21A of the ESOS Act, All Saints’ College does not engage or employ agents to attract overseas students.

 

For further information and to discuss availability, please contact the College Registrar on +61 8 9313 9342 or registrar@allsaints.wa.edu.au.

pdficon_small International Students Information Booklet

pdficon_small International Students Fees and Charges

pdficon_small ESoS Framework (Protecting your Rights)

 

 

 

 

CRICOS Provider #02029D