Australian schools provide a high quality education for all students. An Australian high school qualification provides a pathway to higher education both within Australia but also other countries. All schools are required to deliver their programs in accordance with government regulations and policy including:
- National Curriculum Framework which underpins study content in Australian schools and supports high academic standards
- National Qualifications Framework which sets criteria for qualifications awarded to students
- National Professional Standards for Teachers which guarantee teaching quality within schools
Further information about the Australian school system is available at the Australian government website>>
Broadly there are four choices when deciding on a school in Australia:
AEAS provides information to education agents in Australia and overseas to assist them in understanding:
- The benefits of AEAS testing
- When to register students for AEAS testing
- How to register students for AEAS testing
- What is included in the AEAS test
- Timelines for receiving students AEAS Reports
- Understanding the AEAS Report
- Which Australian schools accept AEAS Reports
AEAS does not have formal agreements with education agents except where they are acting as AEAS Test Centres.
AEAS has close relationships with many Australian schools and often supports their international marketing and promotion through the annual AEAS Australian Schools Exhibition Program.
AEAS can provide a briefing to counselling staff at education agents’ offices in many countries by arrangement. Please contact Tracey O’Halloran, Managing Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
AEAS information is available in many languages including English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Thai, Japanese and Indonesian. Information can be provided in other languages by arrangement.