Wesley College Melbourne Australia
International Applications

International Applications

International students require a student visa to study in Australia. A visa must be obtained from an Australian Embassy or High Commission. The College’s letter awarding a place, together with the eCOE and eCAW, is a prerequisite to an application for a visa. Australian Residents, including permanent and temporary residents, are considered domestic applicants and should submit a domestic enrolment application.

Application Process

To apply for a place at Wesley College, the following must be submitted:

  • Application for Enrolment form or apply online
  • Non-refundable Application Fee
  • Copy of the student’s most recent school report (translated); students applying to enter a specific year level must have successfully completed the year prior to entry or equivalent
  • Copy of the student’s birth certificate or passport
  • In line with our EAL Guidelines, results of AEAS assessment

*All students applying for a place at Wesley College who do not have English as their first language are required to sit an AEAS assessment test. This test can be completed either in Australia or in the student’s country of origin.

AEAS (Australian Educational Assessment Services)
Tel: + 61 3 9787 7612
email: admin@aeas.com.au

When the College has received the required application document, the application will be reviewed by the Head of School. Following this, the applicant or appointed Agent will be advised of the outcome.

If the application is successful, an offer of a place will be made subject to the following conditions:

  1. Successful completion of the Wesley College English Test prior to commencement
  2. Interview with the Head of School
  3. Satisfactory completion of an English preparation course; the length will be detailed in the AEAS test result

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 Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code 2007

An international student's reflection