The Anglican School Commission International is offering scholarships for admission from Year 7 to Year 10 of up to AUD4,500 for each qualified applicants.
Secondary School Programme:
In Western Australia, secondary schools run from Year 7 to Year 12. Students start year 7, the first year of secondary school, in the year they turn 12 years old. Years 11 and 12 are considered ‘Senior School’.
WA University Foundation Program (WAUFP):
WAUFP is an academic program designed for international students who do not have a strong English language background. Students are guaranteed entry into one of the four Western Australian public universities upon the successful completion of the program and fulfilment of the university’s entry requirements.
Advantages of WAUFP:
- Guaranteed entry into the top public universities is Western Australia: The University of Western Australia, Murdoch University, Curtin University and Edith Cowan University. WAUFP is also recognised at many universities outside of WA.
- More academic focus on English to help students gain the language skills necessary for success in university studies.
- WAUFP examination papers are modified taking into account the fact that English is not the students’ native language.
- University places are offered to WAUFP graduates before they are offered to applicants who took examinations for WACE.
- Successfully offered since 1993 with graduates having been accepted into degrees with limited places, including Veterinary Science, Physiotherapy, Law, Engineering, Accounting, etc.
All qualified application received before the end of the closing date will be considered for scholarships. Scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first served basis until available scholarship funds have been exhausted. Scholarships will be awarded based on merit at the sole discretion of the School.
(Currency conversion for scholarship value is based on the 26 June 2017 exchange rate of AUD$1 = USD$0.76)
At A Glance
|Institution Name||Anglican Schools Commission International|
|Country Of Institution||Australia|
|Offered To Following Country/s||
|Scholarship Type||Merit Based|
|No of Scholarships Available||5|
|Per Scholarship Value||USD $1,386.40 / AUD$4,500|
|Total Scholarship Value||USD $17,026.88 / AUD$22,500|
|Test Requirement||All Test|
Eligibility Criteria1. All scholarship applicants must sign up as student in Scholarships2u.com. 2. Completion of Year 6 or equivalent with satisfactory passes in 4 relevant subjects including English, Mathematics, and Science. Applicants shall submit certified true copy of their recent exam result upon request. 3. Open to students aged 12 years and above. 4. Student will be subjected to school’s entrance assessment. 5. Scholarship covers tuition fees only. Terms and conditions may apply.
Anglican Schools Commission International Founded in 1985, the core purpose of the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.) is to establish and support Anglican system schools which are co-educational communities of excellence and educational centres of caring. There are now approximately 14,000 students attending fourteen ASC schools in Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. ASC schools are distinctly Christian communities that demonstrate care for each other and treat all people with dignity and respect. The Anglican Schools Commission International’s programs value each student as an individual with unique needs, gifts and aspirations. Their academic progressions along with co-curricular activities and Student Welfare Services combine to offer a holistic educational experience which cares for all aspects of a student’s well-being.The Anglican Schools Commission follows their six core values, where they aim to instil in their students, staff and wider school community:
- Faith Living by Gospel Values.
- Excellence Pursuing high standards in all things.
- Justice Demonstrating fairness, compassion and conviction.
- Respect Respecting self, others and our planet.
- Integrity Acting with honesty and openness .
- Diversity Promoting social inclusion and celebrating difference.