how to enrol

1 ENROLMENT DOCUMENTS

Before completing the Registration Form please download and read our Enrolment Policy and Conditions of Enrolment.

2 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT REGISTRATION

The first step in the enrolment process is to submit an International Registration Form with the following documentation:

  • Biographical page of passport
  • Official Birth Certificate
  • Last two school reports (translated)
  • AEAS Test report
  • and pay a non-refundable application fee of $220.   

You may email or post your application to: 

Enrolments Manager
PLC Armidale
Crest Road
ARMIDALE  NSW  2350

Once we have received and processed your registration, you will be notified that your daughter has been placed on a wait list for the year requested.

3 INTERVIEW AND CONFIRMATION OF STUDENT ENROLMENT

You will then be invited to attend an interview with the Principal or Director of Pathways (this may be via Skype). After the interview, your daughter may be offered a place.  A Letter of Offer will be sent detailing all of the conditions and fees.

Upon acceptance of the Letter of Offer, you will be required to provide the following documents, along with payment of the non-refundable Enrolment Fee (currently $1,200 inc GST) to secure and confirm your daughter’s place at PLC Armidale.

  • Enrolment Form 
  • Medical Form
  • Immunisation certificate 
  • Guardianship agreement 
  • Health care policy 
  • Standard Collection & Risk Warning form
  • Boarders' Permission form
  • Notification of any medical conditions, learning needs or family access alerts has been provided

Once these documents are signed and returned, PLC Armidale will create a CoE (Confirmation of Enrolment) document, and a (CAAW) Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare document necessary for a Visa application, the student is then enrolled.

4 STUDENT GUARDIAN

All international students must have a guardian to represent them. The guardian must be:

  • Over 25 years old

  • Able to communicate effectively with the College in English 

  • Appointed by the parents 

  • Resident in New South Wales

  • Willing and able to care for the student at home in a period of ill health

  • First point of contact in emergencies and when problems arise.

Please note: For students educated overseas, results of an Assessment of English Competence (AEAS test report) must be submitted with their application. 

5 Overseas agents

Some parents of overseas students prefer to use an agent to represent them, who speaks their own language and is familiar with enrolment procedures in Australia.

    For more information, please contact:

    Miss Amy Chiu
    Pathways Administrator
    Tel: (+612) 6770 1700