An enriching life of openness, confidence, curiosity and independent thinking begins at Billanook.
We look for applicants who have a strong commitment to their studies, who can contribute positively to the Billanook College community and who are eager to engage in co-curricular activities and give back to our community.
Billanook College welcomes International enquiries and applications directly from families or via an Agent.
The College aims to provide prompt and clear guidance in response to all enquiries.
The following documents must be submitted to commence the application process (Step 2 below)
Please note: Applicants or Agents may choose to submit all other documents prior to the Applicant undertaking the English Language Proficiency Assessment.
English is the language of instruction in all subjects at Billanook College. For academic success to be possible, it is essential that international students have proficiency in English language. Billanook College acknowledges the following modes of objective assessment of English language proficiency:
For details on the required levels of performance in each mode of testing please contact the International Student Programs Manager: email@example.com
Billanook College reserves the right to waive the formal assessment of English Language Proficiency on a case-by-case basis.
A student may be offered a place on the condition that they successfully complete additional tuition in English (ELICOS) prior to starting their studies at Billanook College. The results of Progress Assessment in the ELICOS course and satisfactory completion of an entry interview and test shall form the basis of the assessment of readiness for entry to mainstream studies at the College.
Billanook College currently accepts the following ELICOS Programs as suitable English language preparation programs:
The International Student Programs Manager at Billanook College shall advise on the required duration of the ELICOS Program.
Billanook College requires applicants to submit a Certified Copy of their academic transcript from the previous two years of studies. These records are required to evaluate the Applicant’s areas of greatest academic ability, as well as to assess the most appropriate level of entry into mainstream studies.
Applicants may also submit additional information, including certificates of achievement in academic areas or co-curricular activities, in support of their application.
An Application Interview will be conducted by the Manager – International Programs in the presence of the Head of School (where possible). Such an interview may occur prior to the formal submission of all Application documentation.
The Annual Fees Schedule outlines all possible fees that are applicable to an International Student enrolment:
Please consider your capacity to maintain payment of these fees each year for the duration of your child’s studies at Billanook College.
Note: The International Student Program Terms & Conditions for further details on the mode of payment and frequency of payment of fees at Billanook College.
Please ensure you have read and understood all policies and procedures listed above, prior to enrolment.
For further information relating to our International Student Program, or to apply for enrolment, please contact:
International Program RegistrarEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +61 3 9724 4248 I CRICOS No. 00131M