Why study in NSW

Our schools offer academic excellence in a safe, friendly and welcoming environment. Students acquire high-level English language skills, study a wide range of subjects and develop future-focused capabilities.

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Intensive English Centres (IEC)

Our Intensive English Centres (IEC) enable students to develop English language skills so that they transition to mainstream high school with confidence.

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A guide to program fees, refund policy and living costs.

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Study Programs

International Students Program

This program offers students applying for a student visa the opportunity to experience our inclusive school culture, first-class teaching and learning, gain high-level English language skills, and experience an Australian lifestyle.

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Study Abroad

Our Study Abroad program is a wonderful opportunity for high school students to study in a NSW government school, stay with a family in a ‘homestay’ and experience a unique Australian lifestyle. You can choose a school in a coastal, rural or urban setting and study from 3 months to 1 year.

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Temporary Residents Program

The Temporary Residents Program gives advice and support to enrol temporary residents into NSW government schools. The program accepts enrolment in primary school and high school from Kindergarten to Year 12.

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Study Tours

Our study tours program offers groups of overseas students and adults a unique educational experience that includes visiting schools, participating in classes, school activities and special events conducted in the school or local community.

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Secondary Student Exchange

The secondary student exchange program in NSW is a state specific reciprocal program whereby students from another country are enrolled as full-time students in a NSW secondary school for a period ranging from three months (or one full school term) to one year.

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