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How Do I Enrol?


Step 1-Determine your entry year

Meet with Admissions staff or an Authorised Education Agent


Step 2-Fill in an Application Form

Complete an Application Form online




Download a hard copy here and submit the Application Form, together with the documents listed below, to Admissions or an authorised Education Agent.


Completed forms can be emailed to [email protected] or posted to:


International Addmissions

The Anglican Schools Commission International

PO Box 2520

Mt Claremont WA 6010



Documents Required

  • Copy of Passport
  • Certified copies of your last two school Academic Reports
  • Certified copies of any public examination results
  • Evidence of English language competency (other than school report), such as AEAS (preferred) or IELTS report. Please refer to the English Language Entry Requirements page.

Step 3-Acceptance of Offer

You will receive a Letter of Offer, usually within 2 business days. To accept your offer, simply complete and sign the letter and return it with payment of the amount stated.


A Confirmation of Enrolment and Welfare Letter (if required) will be forwarded. These documents are used when applying for a Student Visa.


Step 4-Apply for a Student Visa

Student completes the Student Visa application process through the Department of Immigration Home Affairs or their Education Agent.


Please visit the Department of Home Affairs website for full and current details:


2016 and 2017 Term Dates

As an international student, you should also know your rights and responsibilities whilst studying in Australia.


The National Code 2018 - The Australian Government wants overseas students in Australia to have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. Australia's laws promote quality education and consumer protection for overseas students. These laws are known as the ESOS framework and they include the Education Services for Overseas Student (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code. For more information download the factsheet below or visit the Study in Australia website or "The ESOS framework - providing quality education" and "Protecting your Rights" factsheet.