Boarding at Geelong College commences at Year 7 for boys and girls and has always been an important part of College life. Our two very comfortable boarding houses, Mackie (boys) and Mossgiel (girls) are home to about 100 boarders from regional Australia and around the world.
We have a long tradition of international students being a part of our community going back to the 1960’s. With Asia on our doorstep most of our international students come from China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan.
All applications need to go through one of our accredited education agents who will be only too pleased to help you.
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Your agent will help you arrange to take the AEAS (Australian Education Assessment Services) test. Test centre locations can be found in most Asian cities. For more information go to www.aeas.com.au
You will need to provide the following to your agent:
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Step 5: Assessment of Application
You Application will be reviewed by the Admissions team at Geelong College who will then organise a skype interview with the student. This is an opportunity for the College to find out more about the student and for the student to ask any questions. A decision is then made as to whether the student will receive an Offer of Place.
If the student’s application is successful, the College will forward a Letter of Offer to the Agent.
The Offer of Place needs to be signed and returned to the Admissions Manager with the Admission and Entrance fees and payment of Overseas Health Care premiums. Your place will then be confirmed with your Agent.
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Placing students in an Australian classroom without adequate English language skills is unfair to the student and places them at a disadvantage both in their learning and socially.
All students must take the AEAS test (Australian Education Assessment Services) which helps us to assess the student’s level of English and the support that may be required both at the College and prior to beginning with us. Test centre locations can be found in most Asian cities. For more information go to www.aeas.com.au
Based on the results of the assessment, an informed decision can be made about when international students are ready to join mainstream classes and at what year level.
Most of our international students require intensive English language study before starting at Geelong College. This can range from 8 weeks to 30 weeks. We have a strong relationship with Avalon College here in Geelong. Your agent can arrange the enrolment once an offer of place has been given by Geelong College.