Pathways to University at St. Paul's International College Australia
A Catholic Co-educational Boarding College
St. Paul's International College has an
outstanding record of academic achievement, with an estimated 95% of its
students progressing to Australian universities each year.
Courses at St. Paul's International College
English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School
Preliminary Year 11
Year 12 " Higher School Certificate
English for academic purposes (EAP)
University of New South Wales (UNSW) Foundation Year
The College courses, offered to both Australian residents and overseas
students, are designed to prepare students for entry to university.
St. Paul's International College has an outstanding record
of academic achievement, with an estimated 95% of its students
progressing to Australian universities each year.
English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School is a
language-based course aimed at preparing students both
linguistically and academically for their approved courses.
The EAP course prepares students for the academic language demands
of the UNSW Foundation Year course.
Courses for Years 9,
10, 11 and 12 at St Paul's are accredited by the New South Wales
Board of Studies, which is a state government body.
Students who enrol for the Higher School Certificate course enter
the Preliminary Year (Year 11) and, on completion of all course
requirements, progress to Year 12.
Pathways to University at St. Paul's International College
St. Paul's International College delivers the Foundation Year Certificate
program under licence agreement from the University of New South Wales
The St. Paul's International School CRICOS Provider No. 00379J
The University of New South Wales CRICOS Provider No. 00098G
St. Paul's offers a range of services designed to help
students settle into a new country and learning environment as quickly and
as smoothly as possible. The College staff are always available to help
students with any concerns that they may have. The services provided for
Separate male and female boarding residences, where each student has his/her
own centrally heated study bedroom
Modern accommodation facilities,
including a laundry, relaxation and tutorial areas and well-kept gardens and
Boarding supervision by resident staff experienced in counselling and
Supervised study periods each evening and regular tutorial groups with
A qualified nurse always on hand to provide medical advice and treatment
A range of organised leisure activities, which also involves a number of
sports and community organisations, providing an opportunity to experience and
contribute to life in the local community
A team of international chefs to provide a well-balanced range of
international and Australian cuisine
Individual help with visas, medical insurance, banking and the postal system
Medical and dental assistance from bilingual professionals
Communication facilities such as email, telephone and faxes
Personalised advice on career and further study options, such as university