International students

International Students

Located in the heart of Australia’s largest global city, The King's School's student population is reflective of Sydney's rich cultural diversity. The School's exceptional boarding facilities and educational reputation attracts strong interest from international students who make an important contribution to our boarding community.

Living in a new country is an adventure.  It can also be a long way from the support network of a student’s family. The renowned Pastoral Care program of The King’s School assist students to develop a sense of belonging and promotes their wellbeing.  For International students on a Sub Class 500 Visa, boarding is compulsory and a guardian who lives locally must be appointed. Guardians are introduced and interviewed by the Registrar at the time of student enrolment.

AEAS Testing
For international students with English as a second language, The King’s School require the completion of an AEAS assessment. The results of the AEAS assessment must be submitted at the time of enrolment registration.  Minimum English language requirements are as follows:

Year 7 - AEAS 70%
Years 8-9 - AEAS 75%
Year 10 - AEAS 80%
Year 11 - AEAS 85%

For further information or to apply for AEAS testing, please visit www.aeas.com.au.

Applying as an International Student
To apply as an International Student at The King’s School please provide:

  • Completed Registration form
  • Copy of the last 2 years school reports (translated into English)
  • Birth certificate
  • Passport
  • Results of AEAS test
  • Copies of any certificates or awards that indicating an applicant’s extra-curricular activities (translated into English)

Payment of $250 non-refundable registration fee can be made here: www.kings.edu.au/payments

Please email applications to enrol@kings.edu.au

Education Agents
The King’s School does not use agents to recruit overseas students or enter into agreements with, or pay a commission to, education agents.  Where possible the School prefers to deal directly with families.