Study abroad opportunities: There is a list of reputable private schools you can choose which accepts the age group from 6~16 Years students including overseas student and of course those new immigration visa holders.

Student exchanges: You can also undertake a student exchange program at an Australian institution for a semester or year. It can be a cost-effective option, as you’ll continue to pay your tuition fees at your home institution. If you undertake a student exchange program, you will remain enrolled with your home institution during your time in Australia. Still, to participate in a student exchange program, you must be nominated and approved for the program by the exchange coordinator at your home institution.

Study tours: A study tour is a special event where a school or university invites a group of prospective students for a glimpse into student life in Australia. You can tour campus facilities, see the accommodation options, attend classes and excursions, and take part in the social life of Australian students.

Distance education: If you want to study with an Australian institution but can’t leave home for all or part of your course, distance education could be the perfect solution for you. Distance education programs allow you to obtain a qualification from an Australian institution in your home country or combine study at home with study in Australia.