Thank you for your interest in Thomas Carr College. The College provides a vibrant learning community that celebrates the value international students bring to the College.
Why study in Melbourne?
Melbourne is highly regarded as an excellent destination for study with many advantages including:
- a harmonious, multicultural community with a safe urban and natural environment
- many highly ranked world-class universities
- a sophisticated city with a vibrant sporting and arts culture
- a temperate climate and affordable cost of living
Thomas Carr College accepts applications from International Students where students are accompanied by and reside with a parent / legal guardian or suitable relative.
Completing an Application
- Complete an Application for Enrolment Form, including medical data section with both parents to sign.
- Provide notarised translated copies of the student’s school reports covering the last two years of study
- Provide verified translation of birth certificate and copy of passport
- Complete and submit AEAS test results. AEAS Test centre locations can be found at www.aeas.com.au
- If the student is over 16, a notarised translated copy of Graduation Certificate showing that the student has achieved results allowing them to progress to the academic stream in senior secondary school and including a score of over 75% in English.
- Complete Nomination of Accommodation and Guardian Form.
Please note, the College requires all international students to live with a parent / legal guardian or suitable relative. From 2018, the College does not enrol students who would require a Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare (CAAW) from the College.
Assessment of Application
The Director of International Programs assesses all International student applications. Students may be asked to attend a face to face interview, either in person or online if not in-country.
As a condition of enrolment, students must complete the required amount of ELICOS as determined by the AEAS assessment by an external ELICOS provider prior to commencing students at Thomas Carr College. A conditional offer will be made to students on this basis.
The College will conduct an initial screening of the international student’s accommodation arrangements using the College’s Homestay Appraisal form for any student residing with a suitable relative.
Offer of a Place
If the student’s application is successful, the School will forward a Letter of Offer and Written Agreement to the student. The results will be communicated to the referring agent or family if it is a direct application.
Accepting the Offer
To accept the offer of a place at Thomas Carr College, the following must be submitted to the School:
- International Student Agreement completed and signed by both parents
- Medical Data (if this was not forwarded earlier)
- Payment of the fees in advance as requested in the Letter of Offer.
Confirmation of Enrolment (COE)
Once the payment and all documents requested above have been received, the College will issue the Confirmation of Enrolment to enable students to apply for a student visa.
To assist with your visa application, we recommend the use of an accredited education agency.
International Student Fees
The following fees are applicable for international students applying after 1st January 2018.
|Year 7 to 9||
|Year 10 to 12||
The fees above do not include non tuition fees including items such as uniform, computer, textbooks or accommodation.
On this page you will find lists of our preferred agents.
Should you wish to become an agent of the College, please contact Tom Bridges, Director of International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
International Student Policies
1. Education Agents Policy
2. Overseas Student Transfers Policy
3. Overseas Students Complaints Appeal Policy
4. Overseas Students Complaints Handling Policy
5. Overseas Students Marketing Policy
6. Overseas Students Refund Policy
7. Younger Overseas Students Accommodation Arrangements Policy
8. Younger Overseas Students Policy
For further information or assistance with the application process, please contact the College Registrar.
Thomas Carr College is a registered education provider (Secondary Years 7 – 12) to International Students: CRICOS: 01968B