Option One: Government (or state) schools are run by the respective state government. They offer free education; however, many schools ask parents to pay a voluntary contribution fee and a materials and services charge. They can be divided into two categories: open and selective school. The open schools accept all students from their government-defined catchment areas, and teach using the CSF. Many open government schools have selective classes in which well performing students are offered extended and accelerated work. Selective government schools are considered more prestigious than open government schools. They have high entrance requirements and cater to a much larger area. Entrance to selective schools is often highly competitive.
Option Two: Private schools focus on individualized teaching and occupied by strict management system. Generally, tuition is 18,000 to 25,000 Australian dollars range, and the school will have uniforms, fees and other charges as well.
How to apply: Secondary School
1. Complete the Free Assessment Form or send your resume to AMACS.
2. AMACS Consultants will conduct a pre-assessment according to the information you have provided and reply to you within 2-5 working days. We will propose the most suitable solution and pathway with your long-term planning and study purpose in mind.
3. Select your preferred school, prepare and submit your application.
4. Successful applicants receive a Letter of Offer and information on how to accept.
5. Once your welfare arrangements have been accepted by ETI and payment made, you will be issued with a Confirmation of Enrolment.
6. AMACS Registered Migration Agent will assist you in preparing the required documents and to submit the visa application.
Australian Migration and Consulting services