How to Apply

The ASC International offers a wide range of programs including English language courses, Kindergarten to Year 12, and the Western Australian Universities’ Foundation Program.

With 14 schools and the ASC Language School, we have many short-term and long-term course options and campuses for you, as well as a comprehensive Student Welfare and Homestay program.

Apply now to get your study plan. We have a number of partial scholarships available each year, please use this pdf scholarship form to apply.

Please read our important dates form before applying. For any more information on policies please visit our policies page here. 

How Do I Enrol?

Complete an online Application Form here 

A limited number of partial scholarships are available. Please use this pdf scholarship form to provide your scholarship statement.

Completed forms can be emailed to or posted to: International Admissions, ASC International, Level 6/ 10 William St, Perth, Western Australia 6000

You will need the following documents to complete the application:

  • Copy of Passport
  • Two certified copies of your most recent school Academic Reports; please provide original reports and English translated versions
  • Certified copies of any public examination results
  • Immunisation records, including Coronavirus vaccination record
  • Evidence of English language competency (other than school report), such as AEAS (preferred) or IELTS Academic Report. Please refer to the English Language Entry Requirements pa

You will receive a Letter of Offer, usually within 2 – 3 weeks. To accept your offer, simply complete and sign the letter and return it with payment of the amount stated.

A Confirmation of Enrolment and Welfare Letter (if required) will be forwarded. These documents are used when applying for a Student Visa.

The student and their guardian completes the Student Visa application process through the Department of Immigration Home Affairs or with their Education Agent.

Please visit the Department of Home Affairs website for full and current details:

As an international student, you should also know your rights and responsibilities whilst studying in Australia.

The National Code 2018 – The Australian Government wants overseas students in Australia to have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. Australia’s laws promote quality education and consumer protection for overseas students. These laws are known as the ESOS framework and they include the Education Services for Overseas Student (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code. For more information download the factsheet below or visit the Study in Australia website or “The ESOS framework – providing quality education” and “Protecting your Rights” factsheet.