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2023 ADMISSIONS

Enrolment applications are now open for Year 10 and 11 students commencing in January.

IES College accepts applications for enrolment any time prior to the commencement of the school year. Enrolment requests after the school year has commenced will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. It is recommended that international applicants apply a minimum of six months prior to commencement to allow time for the processing of student visas.

Please note students seeking Year 11 enrolment into the IBDP must be aged between 16 and 19 years of age and have completed Year 10 in an Australian school or equivalent.

Enquiries, school tours and applications for enrolment can be made via the online IES College Admissions portal. Please refer to our Enrolments Policy for more information about our processes.

ADMISSION & ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Evidence and/or supporting documentation addressing the following requirements are to be submitted with the IES College online application form:

  1. A copy of the student’s Birth Certificate and/or valid Passport.
  2. A student statement (maximum of two A4 pages, Arial font size 12, or a 2min video) addressing:
    1. why the student wants to attend IES College, and
    2. how they might contribute to creating a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
  3. Copies of the two (2) most recent school reports.

These reports should indicate successful completion of the previous 18months of education to a standard that will not disadvantage the student in the IES College Educational Program. If these documents have been issued in another language an accredited/official translation in English is also required.

Notes

  • Students seeking enrolment into the Year 10 Program must have completed Year 9 in an Australian school or equivalent.
  • Students seeking enrolment into Year 11 and the IBDP must have completed Year 10 in an Australian school or equivalent.
  1. Relevant educational, psychological, and/or medical reports, where applicable.

In accordance with the requirements of the ESOS Act 2000, international students are also required to provide:

  1. Evidence of English language proficiency (if schooling has not been delivered in English). English language test results must have been issued within 2 years of commencement at the College.

Notes

  • If a students’ English language proficiency level does not meet the entry requirements, IES College may request that the student undertake further English language studies, at their own cost, to meet the English language course requirements. English language proficiency will be reassessed at the conclusion of the course to ensure the student has met the required language proficiency level.

ENROLMENT PROCESSES

To apply for enrolment at IES College, please follow the steps outlined below. For more information about our Enrolment processes, please refer to the Enrolments Policy.

If you require any information during the application process, please contact our Enrolments Team by email at info@iescollege.qld.edu.au or via phone by calling +61 7 3832 7699.

STEP 1 – ENQUIRY

Submit an enquiry to talk to our Enrolments Team to find out more about the College and the Application and Enrolment process.

 

STEP 2 – CAMPUS TOUR

After your initial enquiry our Enrolments Team will invite you to a personal campus tour, where you will be able to see the campus and facilities, meet some of our staff and students, and discover more about the college.

 

STEP 3 – SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION

Following your campus tour our Enrolments Team will provide you with a link to the online application form. The online application will guide you through the process and can be saved to complete later, using a unique code which is emailed to the applicant.

Upon successful completion of online application our Enrolments Team will be in touch and may request further supporting documentation be provided such as, psychological / medical reports, previous learning support plans, or additional academic reports.

At this time, we also encourage you to complete and submit your application for any IES College Scholarships you may wish to apply for. More information about the Scholarships and the processes for applying can be found here.

Note the successful lodgement of an enrolment application does not constitute an offer of enrolment, nor does it guarantee the application will progress in the Enrolment process.

 

STEP 4 – INTERVIEW

The final stage before an Enrolment Offer is considered is the Interview. Once the application stage has been completed successfully the Enrolments Team will be in touch to book in an interview with the College Principal. The aim of the interview is to expand on the information collected in the application process, get to know the student, their needs and learning goals, and allow both the Principal and prospective family to ask any additional questions. The final decision to make an enrolment offer rests with the Principal.

Note an application that progresses to the interview stage does not constitute an offer of enrolment, nor does it guarantee that an offer of enrolment will be given.

 

STEP 5 – OFFER OF ENROLMENT

Once the Principal has decided to make an enrolment offer the Enrolments Team will issue a Letter of Offer to the prospective family via email. This will include a covering letter with instructions on how to finalise the enrolment, a detailed offer for the program including enrolment terms and essential agreements, an Enrolment Agreement form, and details of the payment options to pay the Confirmation of Enrolment Fee.

 

STEP 6 – ACCEPTING AN OFFER

Accept your offer of enrolment by completing, signing, and returning the required documents as outlined in your offer letter, such as the Enrolment Agreement Acceptance form and paying the $300.00 Confirmation of Enrolment fee, as outlined in your offer document.

 

STEP 7 – TRANSITIONING FROM PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS TO IES COLLEGE STUDENTS

Once enrolment has been confirmed, in the year prior to entry, students and their parents or guardians are provided with several opportunities to become familiar with the College. They will be invited to participate in parent and community events, attend an orientation program, and meet teachers and other students commencing in the same year.

CHANGES TO ENROLMENT APPLICATION DETAILS

IES College must be notified of any change to the student’s and/or parent’s contact details provided on the enrolment application.

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