From an excellent public high school to the dream school, the University of Melbourne
Yu was first admitted into the Grade 10 of Outreach College in Brisbane, Queensland. Having decided to apply for the University of Melbourne, he was transferred to Balwyn High School with excellent academic results in Grade 10. After finishing the high school courses, he was admitted to the Financial Major of the University of Melbourne with a high ATAR score of 95.5.
Offer from one of the best private schools in Australia
Huang is a Grade 3 student in a junior high school. He is the monitor of the class and has excellent performance and strong organizational skills. One of his parents’ friends recommended him Wesley College in Australia. This school is an excellent private high school that requires AEAS result. We helped Huang with several AEAS exam practice so that he was familiar with the questions and test form. He got good test scores: 79 in English and 7 in Mathematical Reasoning and General Ability. The application materials highlight the excellent organization and coordination ability of the student as a monitor and he successfully got the offer from Wesley College.
Grade 4 in a private primary school in Sydney
Zhou is a Grade 4 student of a primary school in Huludao, Liaoning. His father runs a company and his mother is a housewife. They choose Sydney because the family has relatives and friends there. They finally selected this private school as it is located in the Chinese District in the northwest of Sydney. The school has 600 students from Grade 0 to Grade 12 and 70% of the students speak English as the native language. It is exactly an ideal school for the Chinese parents in Australia who expect to see Chinese students and a balanced ratio of Chinese and Australian students in a class. The family extended active cooperation in preparing materials for visa application and obtained a student visa and a dependent visa for the mother successfully.
Admitted to Grade 3 of a public primary school in Melbourne
Student Hua is a Grade 3 student in a primary school in Beijing and hoped to study in a public primary school in Melbourne. Now the Great Victoria School District (Melbourne) accepts applications for Grade 0 to Grade 6, but the NSW Department of Education (Sydney) only accepts applications for Grade 5 or Grade 6. Some private schools accept applications from Grade 1. Hua got the offer from a public primary school in Melbourne to study from Grade 3. Due to the good economic condition of the family and the high annual income of the father, the visa application went on smoothly and finally a student visa and a dependent visa were obtained.