St. Maroun’s College is centrally located in Sydney’s inner west, a very multicultural area of Sydney in proximity to the city.  Our College boasts over 37 nationalities and a vast array of cultural backgrounds.

We would like to welcome all families that are considering St. Maroun’s College as the College of choice for their children’s international study experience. We can assure you that at St Maroun’s your child will find many friends to support them on their journey.
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International Enrolment Application Process:

A non-refundable administration fee of AUD$300.00 is payable upon submission of all applications. Successful applicants will be issued with a Letter of Offer/Acceptance

Upon receipt of a ‘Letter Of Offer’ for enrolment, a payment of $1000 non-refundable fee will be required for Confirmation of Enrolment (COE).

Following on from receiving a COE, arrangements will be made for an interview with the International Student Coordinator and College Principal.

All successful applicants are required to pay a full semester of international fees prior to their course start date. A receipt will be issued to confirm payment.

All applications are to be sent to:

The International Student Department
PO BOX 194 Dulwich Hill 2203
Telephone: 61 2 9559 2434
Mobile: 61 0451 114 811
Email: internationals@stmarouns.nsw.edu.au

 

Policies & Forms:

St. Maroun’s College ensures strict compliance with the legal requirements and student welfare of all international students. Below is a list of the policies and procedures regarding International Students:

Other Important forms and documents for international students:

Living and Studying in Australia:

Moving to a new country can be a new and exciting adventure! Below is a support guide to studying and living in Australia to help you.

ESOS framework for International Students:

International students studying in Australia on a student visa are protected under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000. The Act sets out the rights and responsibilities of students during the study here in Australia.

Important Contact Numbers:

Emergency Numbers
Fire, Police and Ambulance 000
Marrickville Police Headquarters 9568 9299
Lifeline (24 hours) 13 11 14
Crime Stoppers Australia 1800 333 000
Domestic Violence Crisis Service 6280 0900
Alcohol & Drug Information Service 6207 9977
Canterbury Hospital 9787 0000
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital 9515 6111
Living in Australia Study Guide
ESOS Student Framework Factsheet
Overseas Student Ombudsman Brochure

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