International Students

St Laurence’s College welcomes all international students

Trustees of Edmund Rice Education Australia trading as
St Laurence’s College CRICOS Provider Code:  00972C

The College will consider enrolment applications from students wishing to apply for a Student Visa, subject to compliance with minimum requirements and conditions set by the School, and with legislative requirements of the State of Queensland and the Commonwealth of Australia, including any requirements to undertake extra tuition to learn English to meet the English language proficiency standard needed to enter mainstream classes.

Applications for enrolment can be made by contacting one of our agents listed below or directly by completing the application form here (please download form, complete fields and email to Internationals@slc.qld.edu.au).

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Agent details
Enquiries
Application Requirements
Minimum academic and English language requirements
Resources and Policies

Agent details

Aus-Asia International Education Alliance
Suite 1113, 401 Docklands Drive, Docklands Vic 3008

Sonny Zhang
Phone: +61 3 8597 3046
Mobile: 0488880723
Email: info@aaie.com.au
Website: www.aaie.com.au


Australian International Education Consortium
Central Plaza, Floor 21, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane, Qld 4005

Jackie Luo
Phone: + 61 7 3012 6217  
Mobile: +61 413 071 591  
Email: admin@aiecg.com  
Websitewww.aiecg.com

Australian Immigration and Business Consultants
22 Tamarind Street, Inala, Queensland, Australia 4077

Tung Nguyen
Phone:  07 3372 9071
Mobile:  0402 035 360
Email:  info@aibconsultants.com

AMET Education Pty Ltd 
Level 1, 12 Zamia Street, Sunnybank Qld 4101 

Yini Reptis
Phone: +61 7 3210 6033
Mobile: + 61 433 463 333
Email:  education@amet.com.au
Website:  www.amet.com.au

Countries/regions covered: China, Australia, Taiwan, India, Middle East, Africa, the Americas, Slovakia and United Kingdom.


BROWNS English Language School
GPO Box 662, Brisbane Qld 4000 

Sophia Zozime
Phone: + 61 7 3221 3225 
Website: www.brownsenglish.edu.au  www.brownsjuniors.edu.au


Can-Achieve International Education Limited 
Room 1705,Tower B, Jianwai SOHO Office Building,No.39 Dongsanhuan Zhonglu, Chaoyang District,Beijing,100022,P.R.China 

Jessica Cheng
Phone: + 8610 58690554 
Email: jessicacheng@can-achieve.com 
Website: www.can-achieve.com


Chiao Shun International Pty Ltd
Suite 5D, Level 3, 138 Albert Street, Brisbane Qld 4000

Trista Choi
Phone: + 61 7 3018 9999
Mobile: + 61 451 377 098 / + 61 422 262 460
Email: admin@chiaoshun.com / admin2@chiaoshun.com
Website: www.chiaoshun.com


Chinese Connections Education Travel
42 Jacksonia Place, Noosaville Queensland Australia 4566

Luisa Baird
Mobile:  +61 4 0666 7816
Email:  luisa@ccet.com.au
Website:  www.ccet.com.au

DOM Education
Level 6, Suite 3, 138 Albert Street, BRISBANE  QLD  4000

Joseph KIM
Phone:  + 61 7 3012 8383
Mobile: + 61 413 517 988
Email:  joseph@domedu.com

Grace Education
Brisbane City Branch, Suite 4 Level 1, 245 Albert Street, Brisbane QLD 4000 

Sharon Chen
Phone:
+61 7 3003 0028
Mobile: +61 4 1025 0812
Email: bnemanager@graceeducation.com.au 
Website:  www.graceeducation.com.au


Lianxin International Education Co Ltd
9F-2, No. 15, Cheng-Hsing Road, San-Min District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 807

Jenlin Huang
Phone:  +886 7 3982588
Email:  jenlin@lianxin.com.tw
Website:  www.lianxin.com.tw

MSW International Education Centre
85 Merton Road, Woolloongabba Qld 4102

Henry Wang
Mobile: + 61 431 665 759
Email:  msw93@hotmail.com


Visa Planel Pty Ltd 
3/23 Second Avenue, Blacktown NSW 2148

Sandeep Singh
Mobile: + 61 411 351 503
Email: visaplanetimmigration@gmail.com

Enquiries

Enrolment enquiries should be directed to St Laurence's College Enrolments:

Phone: +61 7 3010 2877  Fax: +61 7 3010 1188  Email: internationals@slc.qld.edu.au

Application Requirements

The completed application form must be accompanied by the following documents to support the application:

  • Copies of Student Report Cards from the current school, including a copy of the latest Student Report;
  • A completed Reference Form from the student’s current or most recent school Principal is also required if student Report Cards do not record student behaviour or commitment to studies;
  • Appropriate proof of identity and age;
  • Written evidence of proficiency in English as a second language
  • Photocopy or scanned copy of passport page with name, photo identification, passport number and expiry date
  • Letter of Offer from another registered provider if applicable
  • Completed Homestay or Boarding Application Form (via ISCA)
  • Enrolment Application Fee
  • Application to the Queensland Assessment and Curriculum Authority (QCAA) for relaxation of completed Core requirements if applicable.

Where the above documents are 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 in the hands of the International Student Coordinator and/or Registrar.

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 and of English language proficiency. In cases where report cards are not available or are inconclusive for any reason, the school may require relevant testing of the applicant to assess the application. 

Onshore applications for Years 11-12, where the student is transferring from another CRICOS registered provider, will only be considered where the transfer, if accepted, allows the student to achieve a successful study outcome at the end of the enrolment.

Offshore applications for enrolment in Years 11-12 will not be considered after the Yr 11 course has commenced/ unless the student can complete course assessment before the end of the first semester of Year 11.

St Laurence’s College requires evidence that the applicant’s academic ability and English proficiency is sufficient to successfully meet the entry and curriculum demands of the intended course. This is a requirement under the 2018 National Code of Practice, Part B Standard 2.

Minimum academic and English language requirements

Academic Requirements
Students must provide evidence of satisfactory academic performance appropriate to entry to the Year level requested on the Application for Enrolment or offered as an alternative point of entry by the school in a Letter of Offer. 

For Year 7 –  12 students:  i) A pass level or “C” Year Level or better for the majority of core subjects

English Language Proficiency Requirements

1. Applicants are assessed individually based on the contents of their report cards and personal references, and may also be required to undertake a language proficiency test set by the school.

2. St Laurence’s College will assess evidence of English language proficiency presented by a student at the time of application, but reserves the right to confirm the student’s English language proficiency through additional tests.

3. If not presenting appropriate evidence of English language proficiency at the time of application, St Laurence’s College will assess the student’s application for entry based on satisfactory test results as follows: 

Desired Year Level High School CEFR Level AEAS General IELTS(4 skills at) TOEFL (ibt) ISLPR PTE Academic EIKEN NLLIA GELI HSP Level BROWNS HSP Level
7
B1 +
61 - 65
4 - 5
40
2
36
2A
4.5
2
2
8
B1 +
61 - 65
4 - 5
40
2
36
2A
4.5
2
2
9
B1 +
61 - 65
4 - 5
40
2
36
2A
4.5
2
2
10
C1
70 +
5 - 6
60
3
50
1
5 +
3 - 4
4
11
C1
70 +
5 - 6
60
3
50
1
5 +
4
4
12
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

4. Students should note that if their language proficiency is below that outlined above, they may be required to undertake an intensive English language course before beginning mainstream studies.

5. If undertaking an intensive English language course before beginning mainstream studies, English language proficiency will be reassessed at the conclusion of the language course to ensure the student’s level of proficiency is sufficient to allow them to commence their mainstream course.

Interview 
In addition to the above, Entry is also subject to a successful interview.