Overseas Student EnrolmentRoseville College is a day school and welcomes applications from overseas students who are on a 500 (student) visa in either Junior School (Kindergarten – Year 6) or Senior School (Year 7 to Year 12).
Welcoming overseas students
The College is a registered provider (03558D) on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Overseas students on a 500 (student) visa are welcome to apply for enrolment in either Junior School (Kindergarten – Year 6) or Senior School (Year 7 to Year 12). Students who continue through to Year 12 complete the Higher School Certificate (HSC) under the New South Wales curriculum, as set by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA).
It is our preference that overseas students reside with a parent but, in certain circumstances, girls applying for enrolment in the Senior School may be able to live with an approved Homestay family. The wellbeing of our overseas students is a priority, and our Director of Wellbeing has the additional role of Student Mentor for any students from overseas.
Overseas students (where English is not their first language) will be required to submit documentary evidence of their English proficiency.
For Junior School, proficiency will be assessed from the student’s current school reports and, if required, the student may meet with our Inclusive Learning Department prior to an offer being made.
For Senior School, students are required to submit a recent (within 6 months) report showing their results from an English assessment. Roseville College only accepts results from testing completed through Australian Educational Assessment Services (AEAS). An English course may be required to be undertaken if the required level of proficiency is not met.
For entry into the Senior School, it is Roseville College’s expectation that students will meet the following minimum requirements: Years 7–10 Intermediate level, Years 11–12 Upper intermediate level.
Roseville College does not enter into separate agreements with education agents. However, should you wish to use an agent to assist you in your application process, we will be happy to communicate with them to assist families in completing the enrolment process.
- Certified / translated copy of birth certificate
- Copy of student visa (if applicable)
- Copy of passport
- 2 x school reports (translated as applicable)
- Overview of schooling history (last 4 years)
- AEAS test results
- Completed overseas student application form (in addition to the online application form)
View the Overseas Students Information Booklet to find out more.
Find out more about Overseas Student Fees.
As well as fees, the College may invoice parents for additional charges. It is important to note that these additional charges are made at cost, and not with the goal of generating surplus for the College.
For more detailed information, please refer to our Additional Charges Guidelines.
Contact the Registrar’s Office
Ms Susan Schiro, Registrar
Email | [email protected]
Telephone | +61 2 9884 1109