The VCE is delivered internationally through partnerships between Victorian and overseas schools. The overseas school is responsible for classroom delivery of the VCE, while the Victorian partner school is responsible for ensuring that offshore VCE delivery is of the required standard. The Victorian partner school provides training and ongoing support to overseas VCE teachers, assists with lesson planning and in-year assessment and liaises with the VCAA over program administration, examination delivery and oversight.
If you are an overseas school interested in delivering the VCE, see the Overseas Provider page
If you are a Victorian education provider interested in partnering in the delivery of the VCE overseas, see the Victorian Partner page
International providers are able to deliver the Victorian Curriculum F-10 without the assistance of a Victorian partner. The VCAA website contains numerous resources and guidelines for Foundation to 10 curriculum development and delivery within the established VCAA framework.
Provider partnerships can be highly beneficial in the delivery of the Victorian Curriculum F-10, with the Victorian partner able to provide curriculum structure, lesson planning, teaching support and quality assurance. Victorian providers interested in delivering the Victorian Curriculum F-10 through an overseas provider should contact VCAA International.
If you are a Victorian education provider interested in partnering in the delivery of the Victorian Curriculum F-10 overseas, see the Victorian Partner page