Each year Geelong Grammar School welcomes many international students (the above video was created by a group of Year 11 students to capture a typical day at our Corio Campus).

If you are applying from outside Australia and do not hold Australian citizenship or permanent residency, you must follow specific enrolment procedures.

Click here to apply for a prospectus pack, which contains a Student Application Form, or call our Admissions Office on tel: +61 3 5273 9307.

Complete the Student Application Form and return it to the School, together with the application fee and associated documents (as described on the Application form).

All overseas students must sit an approved English Language proficiency test (AEAS). A list of testing agents and their contact details is included in the prospectus.

It is important for prospective parents and students to take the time to visit the relevant campus. Open Days and tour days are held during each year, and a tour of the school can be arranged by contacting the Admissions Office at the appropriate campus.

If a place is available, and if your child is able to reach the required level of English proficiency, an offer may be made to you.

If your child needs to attend an English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) school a provisional offer may be made with the condition that he/she successfully completes the ELICOS course to the required level of English proficiency.

You can accept the offer by paying the non-refundable enrolment fee and the overseas health insurance costs. Later, a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) form and a Confirmation of appropriate Welfare/Accommodation form (CoA) is prepared and sent to you. This will assist you in obtaining a visa for your child.

The Overseas Student Prospectus provides more detailed information regarding the enrolment of international students.