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< 퀸즈랜드 주  유학생 과정 >
 
1) 초등학교(4~7학년)
  - 최소 6개월, 4~6학년  프로그램은 각 분기 시작일에 입학가능하며, 7학년 프로그램은 Term 1(1월)또는  2(4월)시작일에 입학이 가능하다.
 
2) 고등학교 준비 프로그램(HSP 8~12학년)
 - 10~40주 영어 집중프로그램으로서 학생들에게 본 과정인 고등학교 과정을 잘 준비할 수 있도록 지원하는 과정입니다. 학생들은 수학과 과학, 컴퓨터 관련 과목, 사회 및 영문학 등의 과목에 필요한 영어 능력과 학습능력을 향상시키게 됩니다.
 
3) 졸업생 프로그램(8~12학년)
 - 졸업생 프로그램은 호주나 해외 대학의 입학을 위해 퀸즈랜드의 고등학교 졸
 업 자격을  획득하려는 학생들을 위해 준비된 프로그램입니다.
   학생들은 퀸즈랜드 주 전체 50여개 학교 중 하나를 선택할 수 있으며, 각 학 
 교는 특화과정, 스포츠, 예술 및 언어 관련 최상의 프로그램을 제공합니다.
 
4) 고등학교 체험프로그램(8~12학년)
  -고등학교 체험(Study Abroad)프로그램은 유학생 여러분들에게 개인적, 문화적, 학문적 목표를 성취할 수 있는 기회를 제공하기 위해 퀸즈랜드 주 내의 고등학교에서 공부 경험을 하는 프로그램이다.
 
5) 고등학교 체험 프로그램 - 지방도시(10~12학년)
  - 지방도시에서의  고등학교 체험(Study Abroad)프로그램은 학생들이 퀸즈랜드 주 안의 독특한 지역에서 학교생활을 체험할 기회를 제공합니다.
 
6) 국제학위 (11~12학년)
  - 국제학위(International Bacclaureale(IB)디플로마 프로그램은 퀸즈랜드 주내의 특별 선정된 고등학교에서 퀸즈랜드 주내의 특별 선정된 고등학교에서 퀸즈랜드 주 학교에서 가능한 세계적으로 안정된 교과과정입니다. IB프로그램은 등록 대상자는 학업 성적 우수자에 해당합니다.
 
< The Kilmore International  School >

 

빅토리아주 멜번에 소재하며, 사립학교로 남녀공학입니다. 입학가능한 학년은 7~12학년 까지이며, 기숙사와 홈스테이가 가능합니다.

1990년에 설립되어 호주에서 유일하게 IB Diploma 과정(International Baccalaureate)만을 집중적으로 제공하는 학교로서, 재학생중 중국 학생이 비중이 크며, 그 다음으로 프랑스, 독일, 홍콩, 인도네시아, 인도, 일본, 한국, 뉴질랜드 등의 국가에서 온 국제학생들로 구성되어 있습니다.

The Kilmore International School 은 소규모 수업, 뛰어난 교사진, 학생 개개인에 대한 배려로 명성이 나 있습니다. 멜번 시내에서 차로 50분 정도 거리에 있으며, 학교 캠퍼스에는 승마, 골프, 수영, 테니스, 축구, 스쿼시 등 다양한 레크레이션을 즐길 수 있는 시설이 잘 갖춰져 있습니다.

그리고, 기숙사는 사감선생님이 항사 상주하므로 학생 개개인에 대한 관리가 이뤄지므로 안전합니다.

 

주소 : 40 White Street, Kilmore Victoria 3764, Australia

홈페이지 : www.kilmore.vic.edu.au

 

 

 

 

All Saints is a co-educational Anglican day school with an enrolment of 1600 children in Years Prep to 12.

All Saints is centrally placed in the Gold Coast Hinterland being three kilometres north of Mudgeeraba on the eastern side of the Pacific Highway. The School is located on a 40 hectare site and offers well-equipped general purpose learning areas with specialist facilities for the teaching of Science with Agricultural Science, Technology, Art and Crafts, Performing Arts, Christian Living and Health and Physical Education.

Electronic Learning Centres and Computer Annexes ensure our students are independent computer users well prepared for the technological challenges of the future. Sporting facilities include the indoor sports hall, gymnasium, two swimming pools as well as eight main playing fields and practice facilities.

 

All Saints participates in international student and teacher exchanges with schools from all over the world. The acceptance and understanding of a culturally diverse world is paramount in enabling our young people to face the challenges of a global future. Now in the 21st Century with the world becoming smaller and international travel increasing, students need to develop the skills to be comfortable with cultures in education, business and social settings.

 

All Saints students and graduates take with them a strong sense of community and Christian values.

 

We seek to enrol students who will benefit from the special opportunities offered at All Saints; who are willing to participate enthusiastically in our programmes and whose families understand and support the ethos of the School. You are invited to experience diverse programmes of stimulating English language education, performing and visual arts, sport and cultural programmes at the All Saints International Centre.

 

The preparation courses serve as an initiation into the Australian system of education and successful transition into full participation as a secondary school student.

 

The Australian students at All Saints welcome you to join them in the first class learning opportunities available at the School.

International : Our Offering

High School Preparation

Conducted on campus at our International Centre, the High school Preparation Programme is an English language course designed to develop students’ English language proficiency and study skills to a level required for entry into Australian High School. The course offers:

 

  • A smooth transition, subject by subject, into high school
  • All lessons conducted on campus.
  • Modern facilities in an independent school setting - ideal for young people.
  • Access to mainstream school libraries, computer laboratories, theatres, sporting facilities etc.
  • Multiple level small classes
  • Up-to date course content and assessment based upon current mainstream curriculum
  • Highly qualified teaching staff specialised in teaching English as a Second Language

Students participate in the High School preparation programme from 10 to 40 weeks, depending on their English language proficiency, and thus the amount of preparation required. The All Saints International Centre is a registered ELICOS college.


Study Abroad - Experience Programme

Each year All Saints Anglican School welcomes a number of students from abroad to study for 1 semester (2 terms), 3 terms or 1 academic year (4 terms) as a high school student in Australia.   Programmes start in January, April and July of each year.   Students attend mainstream high school classes daily and are involved in the co-curricular and club life of the School.  English language support is also provided throughout the year if required. 

 

Students should be at least 15 years of age and have attained above average academic results in their homeland.  Students must also possess at least an intermediate e to upper- immediate level of English language proficiency.

 

All Saints will arrange a Homestay family in the local area.  International Centre staff are available to counsel and assist students throughout the year. 

 

Students from France, Belgium, Germany, Japan and Brazil have participated in this programme previously.  Students select a range of subjects.  However, a student may not graduate under the Queensland system of Education after undertaking this programme.  At the end of your experience period you will receive a school report and a certificate confirming that you have lived and studied at All Saints. 

 

Mainstream Programmes

Visit the homepage and click on “academic” menu option for information about our mainstream academic programmes.


International : Course Overview

Students will be placed in classes according to an entry test performed on arrival.

This course is designed as intensive preparation for Australian High School entry. The course runs for a maximum of forty weeks in which time the students will cover such areas as:

 

  • Intensive study of English as a Second Language
  • Australian High School English
  • English for Mathematics
  • English for Science
  • English for Humanities
  • Academic Writing
  • Health & Physical Education
  • Computing
  • Research and independent study skills

 

Students are required to wear the same uniform of local mainstream students of their year level. They must attend whole school assemblies and meetings and have the opportunity to trial for mainstream school sporting teams.

Should students have previously learned a musical instrument, they are encouraged to continue private music tuition at the School and may audition for various School orchestras and musical ensembles.

Click here for The Orientation Handbook (Word Format)


International : Teaching Staff

All teachers are highly qualified educators with special training in TESOL (Teaching of English as Second or Other Language) and have many years of combined experience working with overseas students with overseas. Most staff at the international centre are proficient in a language other than English.

The International Centre has a number of specialised international student administration and professional counselling staff available to deal with all student needs and enquiries.

 

Michael Bartlett Director of International Education

 

Melody Marr Administrative Assistant

Kylie Donolley Counselling

Mary Hannigan High School Preparation Co-ordinator

Tania Leigh ESL Teacher

Cheryl Frawley Co-ordinator ESL Support

Tanya Arnold ESL Teacher

Sandra Bartlett ESL Support

Chris McCotter Boarding House Supervisor

David Moore Assistant Boarding House Supervisor


International : Our Expectation

Study

  • Students must work diligently in class and complete all homework, assignments and assessment.
  • Students are required to pass exit tests at each level of the High School preparation Programme before progressing to the next level within the course.
  • Students must attain the required level of English language proficiency, before they will be offered a place in the Mainstream School.

Behaviour

  • Students must accept and abide by the School rules.
  • Uniform is to be worn correctly and appearance is to be neat and tidy at all times.
  • Smoking, alcohol and drugs are forbidden.
  • Teachers' instructions must be obeyed and respect must be shown to all.
  • Students must always inform Homestay parents and boarding staff of their whereabouts, should they be out of their direct supervision.
  • Permission from parents is required should a student wish to spend the night outside of the boarding house or their Homestay family home.

Attendance

Attendance to all classes is compulsory. In the case of absence from school due to illness, a doctor's certificate must be provided for absence of more than two consecutive days. Any other absence from school must be approved in advance by the Director of International Education. It is a DIMIA Student Visa requirement that overseas students must attend at least 80% of their full-time course of study, or risk the cancellation of their student visa.


International : Accommodation

Boarding - Dormitory

The School’s international student dormitory, “International House”, has modern facilities including 20 twin share rooms supervised by professional residential staff. Each student has access to internet, email, private telephone and voice mail facilities within their own room. All meals are supplied on campus, and academic and pastoral care support are available from experienced staff. Students living on campus will also have access to a modern gymnasium, heated pool and other sporting facilities. They also have access to free after school tutoring and organised social events.


Home Stay

Home stay accommodation is provided by carefully selected families who are approved and registered by the School, and who usually have students of their own studying at All Saints. Students are provided with all meals, their own bedroom with a desk and daily transport to and from School.
Students are expected to fully participate in Homestay family-life. This gives students the opportunity to become immersed in the Australian way of life and culture.

 
International : Entry Requirements
  1. All Saints Anglican School will consider enrolment applications from students wishing to apply for a Student Visa, subject to compliance with conditions set by the School, and with legislative requirements of the State of Queensland and the Commonwealth of Australia.
  2. Applications for enrolment must be made on the approved Application Form. This must be correctly completed, and must be accompanied by the following documents to support the application:
  • Copies of Student Report Cards from the previous 2 years of study, including a copy of the latest Student Report;
  • Appropriate proof of identity and age; preferably in the form of a passport copy.
  • Students will be required to undertake a School English Placement test on arrival at the School to determine at what level they should enter the School’s “High School Preparation Programme”, or whether they can gain direct entry into the Mainstream School .
  1. Where the above required accompanying documentation is not in English, certified translations in English are required, with necessary costs to be met by the applicant.

    An application for enrolment can only be processed when all of the above are received by the School International Centre.

    Applications from overseas students are processed according to established policy and procedures, and are dealt with on their merits.

    Assessment procedures include an evaluation of reports from previous schools in the home country and where possible an interview with the applicant either face to face or over the telephone. In cases where report cards are not available or are inconclusive for any reason, students will not be accepted.
  2. Enrol ment at All Saints Anglican School is conditional upon the acceptance of, and adherence to the 'Conditions of Entry' listed on the Application for Enrol ment, and in other school publications.

    Academic and English Language Requirements

    Academic Requirements

    Students must provide evidence of academic performance appropriate to entry to the Year level requested on the Application for Enrol ment.

    Students should have maintained at least “passing grades” in all subjects undertaken in the last full academic year of study, to be considered for entry into the School. The School will take into account extenuating circumstances that may have adversely affected academic progress, should documentation of such, be provided.

    English Proficiency Requirements

    All Saints International Centre is an accredited English Language College, at which the School conducts its High School Preparation Programme. The High School Preparation Course caters for students with English language proficiency from beginner to advanced level. As such, where no initial minimum English language entry proficiency is prescribed, students are required to undertake a School English Placement test on arrival to determine at what level they should enter the School’s “High School Preparation Programme”, or whether they can gain direct entry into the Mainstream School (see entry requirements).