ISP Quality Standards and school resources

From Term 1 2017, Victorian government and Catholic schools will use the new Victorian Curriculum F-10. Curriculum related information is currently being reviewed and may be subject to change.

For more information on the curriculum, see:
The Victorian Curriculum F–10 - VCAA

​The International Student Program (ISP) Quality Standards for Schools lists the requirements for all accredited schools in delivering education services to international students in Victorian government schools.

The Quality Standards provide a framework ensuring that accredited schools and the Department deliver high-quality services reflecting best practice in international student program delivery and ensures compliance with the ESOS National Code of Practice.

To access the Quality Standards for accredited Victorian government schools, see: International Student Program Quality Standards for Schools (docx - 18 (docx - 18.95mb)


School resources

Under each of the ISP Quality Standards, schools will find useful templates, resources and links which support and assist schools to administer the International Student Program.

Schools can modify these templates as they see fit or use their own resources where preferred. These resources can be accessed through the ISP Quality Standards document.

Key policies for international students

ISP application forms and key terms, conditions and policies

  • ISP Application For​ms  - including ISP Terms, conditions and policies (available in English and translated languages) ​

School accreditation

For information on school accreditation, see: School Accreditati​on and re-accreditation

Marketing

Recruitment

Application and enrolment

All application forms to study in Australia can be downloaded from: International St​udent Program Application Forms

See also:

Homestay guidelines

Program administration

ISP school staff FAQs

  • ISP School Staff FAQs - frequently asked questions for school staff administering the international student program in Victorian government schools

Finance