- Student Life
An Education Agent* will work with parents to complete a Registration of Interest for Overseas Students or parents can choose to complete this and send to the College directly. The Registration of Interest must be submitted with the following:
Woodcroft College recommends working with an Education Agent for support and advice throughout the enrolment process. For the list of our Education Partners, please click here.
*Students with borderline results for English language or who do not produce evidence of their English language proficiency, will by required to sit the AEAS Test.
The Woodcroft College International Program team will review student’s reports and English test (if provided).
Based on satisfactory results, the student will be invited to an online interview (parents and/or agents are welcome to join students).
The interview is an informal discussion about the student’s interests and reasons for wanting to come to Woodcroft College. It is about making sure that we are the right choice for the student and their family.
It is also an opportunity assess a student’s English skills. If there are any concerns about the level of English, a student will be requested to sit a recognised English proficiency test. Woodcroft College refers the AEAS Test.
If accepted, a Letter of Offer, Enrolment Agreement and fee invoice will be sent to the Education Agent or the student’s parents. Overseas Health Cover (OSHC) is a requirement of the student visa and will be included on the invoice. If families wish to purchase their own, they must supply a copy of the cover at the time of making payment.
Student Not Accepted
If a student is not accepted, the College will contact the Education Agent or the student’s parents to inform them of the decision.
To accept the offer, the student’s parents must sign and return the Letter of Offer and the Enrolment Agreement.
The required fees must be paid by the date indicated on the invoice.
Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare (CAAW) documents (if relevant) will be issued for the student to submit their visa application.
The College will keep in close contact with the Education Agent and student on arrival details.
The College partners with Happy Homestay Adelaide (HHA) who will work with the student and their parents to find the right homestay family. A representative from HHA or the homestay family will meet the student at the airport.
The student will be welcomed to Woodcroft College with an orientation session, including introductions to staff and students. Along with arranging a uniform fitting, and all the necessary stationery, the International Student Coordinator will be on hand to help a student have a positive start to their studies at Woodcroft College.