Sale College welcomes students from different countries, cultures and ethnicities.
Provider Name: Department of Education and Early Childhood Development ( CRICOS Provider code: 00861K )
Sale College is located in Victoria, Australia and welcomes students from different countries, cultures and ethnicities. In recent years there have been students from a range of backgrounds studying at the college.
We welcome international students who are:
If you wish to enrol as an international fee-paying student, you must apply to the International Student Unit of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
The application form is available on their website at: http://www.study.vic.gov.au/
Students should nominate Sale College as their preferred school.
When this enrolment is submitted, prospective students will receive confirmation from the International Student Unit.
Sale College International student coordinator is Brendan Staple, College Principal.
At Sale College we offer students:
To find out more information about Sale College and the courses we offer, please see the Sale College Prospectus, Year 7-9 Guthridge Campus Handbook and Year 10-12 Macalister Campus handbook. These handbooks are available for download from the links below.
See also the Curriculum page of the Sale College website for details of individual courses.
On New Year's Day, two students from Macalister along with two students from Catholic College departed on an adventure of a lifetime as part of the G'day USA Exchange Program.
G'Day USA operates a cultural exchange program that offers Australian students and their teachers the opportunity to live with an American family for 10 days. During this time they will encounter some of the diverse cultural differences between Australia and the United States. Students have the choice of living with a host family in one of 6 different destinations in the United States and they also get to experience the highlights of Los Angeles and San Francisco.
On New Year's Day, two students from Macalister along with two students from Catholic College departed on an adventure of a lifetime as part of the G'day USA exchange program. After almost 24 hours of travel we arrived in Los Angeles where we spent 4 nights. LA was jam packed with things to see and do, a Hollywood tour, including seeing the walk of fame and Hollywood sign, and visiting the world famous Santa Monica Pier. Disneyland was a fun filled day
After almost 24 hours of travel we arrived in Los Angeles where we spent 4 nights. LA was jam packed with things to see and do, a Hollywood tour, including seeing the walk of fame and Hollywood sign, and visiting the world famous Santa Monica Pier. Disneyland was a fun filled daymeeting celebrities such as Mickey and Minnie mouse as well as enjoying multiple rides. For the more adventurous thrill seeker Knott's Berry Farm was the place to be with plenty of roller coasters to choose from. A trip to LA isn't complete without going to a working film studio which was our final destination for the first part of our trip.
A three hour bus journey took us to San Diego where we were able to meet our American families that we would be spending the next ten nights with, and a day at an American high school. Highlights of San Diego included San Diego Zoo, Sea World with the famous killer whales, shopping at the outlets, visiting the historical Old Town and the USS Midway, a retired aircraft carrier. Some adventures that were had with host families included bowling, ice skating, escape rooms, cheerleading practice and competitions, academic league matches and many, many more.
After some tears and plenty of hugs goodbye it was time to leave our host families and head to our final city of San Francisco. We visited the famous prison of Alcatraz, shopped in Union Square, travelled on a cable car and walked down the most crooked street in the world, Lombard Street. Our final night was filled with laughter and music, with the tunes blasting on our limo tour of the city. After three weeks our time came to an end with a final day of sightseeing and a walk across the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a fantastic trip with plenty of memories made and long lasting friendships forged.
Telephone (03) 5144 3711 (Guthridge Campus)
Telephone (03) 5144 1711 (Macalister Campus)
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