Deliver the VCE to international students
Join the growing number of schools that deliver Victorian curriculum and assessments offshore.
It is understood that a key driver for international students enrolling in the VCE is an expectation of high academic achievement. Strong VCE outcomes which lead to the granting of an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) score by the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) provide a pathway for international students to apply to Australian universities, subject to their relative level of achievement within the student cohort and meeting Australian Federal Government visa requirements.
The VCAA’s preferred model for delivery of the VCE offshore is for an established Victorian school with at least five years experience in VCE delivery to be the primary party to an agreement with the VCAA granting a licence recognising the Victorian school as delivering the VCE offshore.
Offshore institutions are advised to identify a Victorian partner school, which will be the main party in the VCAA licence application process.
If you are a Victorian school with less than five years experience you should still apply to the VCAA providing a detailed business case outlining your expertise in delivery of education programs which the VCAA Board can consider before making a decision regarding the application.
Application Guidelines are available by contacting the Manager, VCAA International