Whether an overseas student relocates to Perth with their family or if they move into the Boarding House, one thing is for sure; they will not be alone. Wesley College is a hub for students and staff from all walks of life, with our global reach including young men and women from Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and China, as well as various locations across regional Australia.
Beyond the Wesley College gates and the greenery that offer students security, one can explore the local setting of South Perth. The College campus is located in one of the most liveable cities in the world and is within walking distance of the Angelo Street Village, local playing fields and the Swan River.
Wesley College embraces the diversity that comes from having students and staff from different backgrounds. Encouraging students to engage in the cultural life of the College creates a connected community. The cultural life of the school manifests itself in our academic program, assemblies, chapel, special events, international and national tours, extra-curricular activities and parent engagement. No matter where they are from, an international student, and their parents, will feel safe and welcomed at Wesley College.
Answers to key questions
Course BookletsDownload Year 9 and 10 Course Selection Guide pdf / 2.38MB Download Year 11 and 12 Course Selection Guide pdf / 2.70MB
International Student Admission Procedure
Enroling at Wesley College is simple
Please contact the Enrolments Office to discuss the possibility of securing a place at Wesley College.
AEAS Entrance Test
International applicants must sit an entrance test administered by Australian Education Assessment Services (AEAS). This can often be done in your home country. The results of this test should be included with your application.
Submit an application to the Admissions Office.
When applying you will be asked to:
- complete an application form
- provide AEAS testing results and recent school reports
- supply a copy of birth certificate and passport (photo page)
- pay an application fee of $150
Interview and Wesley Assessment
- Applicants must attend an interview with the Deputy Head of College, or Head of Sub-school (video conference possible if the student is not visiting Perth).
- Dependent on the AEAS results, the student may also be asked to complete a Wesley assessment as part of the pre-enrolment process.
Letter of Offer
If your application is successful, we will send you a letter of offer.
Other Important Enrolment Information
ESL Level Guideline for entering Wesley College.
Younger students can demonstrate competency during an interview with the Head of Junior School at Wesley College. Following this interview, and in conjunction with the student’s recent reports, enrolment is at the discretion of the Head of Junior School.
Middle and Senior Schools
|Anticipated Year of Entry
|AEAS Test Score
|Years 5 – 6
|Years 7 – 8
|Years 9 – 10
|Years 11 – 12