International Student Program and Westall English Language Centre
International Student Program
Provider Name: Department of Education and Training
CRICOS Code: 00861K
Westall Secondary College has a well-established international program, recruiting students from China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia and India whereby students complete their secondary education in Australia. A dedicated facility “International House” is provided for the exclusive use of the full fee paying overseas students and a full time co-ordinator and several assistants are available to assist students throughout their time at the College.
The College supports students to secure appropriate accommodation ‘Homestay’ and ensures that their safety and well-being is prioritised at all times.
More information can be found on the following links:
Westall SC Orientation Handbook Orientation Handbook
Westall SC Brochure (Chinese) Chinese Brochure
Westall SC Brochure (Vietnamese) Vietnamese Brochure
Victorian Government Schools - International Student Program Website www.study.vic.gov.au
Westall SC Junior School Course Guide 2018 Junior School Course Guide 2018
Westall SC Middle School Course Guide 2019 Middle School Course Guide 2019
Westall SC Senior School Course Guide 2019 Senior School Course Guide 2019
Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy Wellbeing and Engagement
Westall Secondary Newsletters http://inewsletter.co/xK88Kv/latest/
Our College contacts are:
Mrs Sue Simadri - Assistant Principal Mrs Po-Sim Ngian - International Student Coordinator
Email: Simadri.email@example.com Email: Ngian.firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Third Party Agreements are with the following organisations:
Chinese Culture School www.chinesecultureschool.vic.edu.au
IMVC - Inner Melbourne VET Cluster www.imvc.com.au
IVET - Innovative Vocational Education and Training www.ivetinstitute.com.au
Westall English Language Centre (WELC)
Westall English Language Centre is a Government funded facility which provides an intensive English program for newly arrived students. WELC caters for students who have arrived in Australia as refugees, migrants, or are full fee paying overseas students. Most students are eligible to participate in the 20-week English as an Additional Language (EAL) intensive program prior to transitioning to a mainstream educational setting.
The learning focus in the Language Centre is not only on learning English in preparation for the mainstream classroom, but also on personal development. Regular incursions and excursions are undertaken to support the learning and to expose newly arrived students to Australian life and culture.