International Students

How to enrol in 7 simple steps:

Step 1
Complete the International Student Application Form and submit all necessary documents.

Step 2
Post, fax or email the completed application form and documentation with the application fee of AUD550.00 to St Ursula’s College (EFT details available on the form).

Step 3
The Enrolments Registrar will make contact with you to discuss the application and organise a phone or Skype interview with the Principal.

Step 4
Depending on St Ursula’s assessment of your application, you may receive either a Letter of Offer (Written Agreement) with a request to complete an approved High School Preparation and/or General English Course (if required) before enrolling at St Ursula’s College. At this point, overseas health insurance will need to be arranged and in place prior to your application for a VISA.

Step 5
When payment has been received you will receive an electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCoE). This enables you to apply for your student visa to enter Australia. A copy of the eCoE and Student Welfare Letter will be sent to you both electronically and in the mail.

Step 6
Once your VISA is approved you are eligible to enter Australia and commence your studies.

Step 7
On successful completion of your ELICOS Course (if applicable), you will be enrolled at St Ursula’s College. All offers of enrolment are conditional upon successful completion of your enrolment in any ELICOS Course, your interview at St Ursula’s college and your English Proficiency assessment result as determined by the ESL teacher at St Ursula’s College in the week prior to your recommended entry date at St Ursula’s College.

The following important forms and information can be accessed by clicking on the links below:

International Student Handbook

International Student Application Form

Boarders Information Handbook

Subject Handbook - Year 7

Subject Handbook - Year 8

Subject Handbook - Year 9

Subject Handbook - Year 10

Subject Handbook - Senior 

A Guide to Studying and Living In Australia 

The ESOS Framework 
The Australian Government wants overseas students in Australia to have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. 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. To know your rights and responsibilities, visit the: Education Services for Overseas Students website.

Education Agents 
Should St Ursula’s College (CRICOS 03033M) engage in a formal signed Agent’s Contract (Written Agreement) with any Education Agents, there will be a link here to a spreadsheet that provides details of such arrangements.


For further information contact our Registrar Kathy Sperling at