Victorian Government Schools
About Victorian Government Schools
Students can choose from a range of study options depending on whether they want to undertake primary or secondary schooling, a senior high school qualification and pursue tertiary study, stay for a few months to experience studying in Victoria, or stay only a few weeks to get a taste of Victoria and its world-famous tourist attractions.
The school?s learning spaces have award-winning classrooms and buildings that open students' eyes to the wonders of learning in an interactive and exciting way. A well-balanced, well rounded curriculum provides diverse pathways and directions for every student. The Victorian Certificate of Education is a world-renowned senior high school certificate, plus there is a range of other vocational qualifications.
Living in Victoria, Australia, offers a vibrant lifestyle that nurtures success and the confidence to achieve your dreams. Each year Melbourne is voted by the Economist as one of the ?World?s Most Liveable Cities,? scoring highly for education, healthcare, culture, clean environment, safety and infrastructure. Melbourne is also Australia's best student city and voted among the top five cities in the world for students in the QS Best Student Cities Guide.
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Cost of living in Australia
Total average cost: $2462
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Specific entry requirements vary depending on the subject area, level and course. You can view all courses from Victorian Government Schools to filter on courses to understand what requirements they have.
IELTS is accepted at Victorian Government Schools
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