Student Absentee Line: 8968 7602
An international student is someone who:
Most of our international students attending Mosman High come from China, but we also have students from Germany, France, Russia, Belarus, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan and Brazil.
The International Students Centre (ISC) is responsible for the enrolment of international students in NSW government schools.
For further information about entry requirements, application procedures, welfare arrangements, fees and payment contact:
Most international students require ESL support and are initially placed in these classes.
The International Student’s Coordinator is appointed by the Principal to carry out the following duties:
International students must fulfill all school requirements at all times. They must also meet some external requirements.
The Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA) requires students to have a minimum of 80% attendance for each term and semester of enrolment.
The school monitors attendance every week. In any given term, a student must not be away for more than 7 days. If an unforeseen circumstance or illness prevents a student from regular attendance, then a Doctor’s Certificate must be brought to the school.
There are a number of regulations attached to a student visa, including:
It is expected that students complete all class, homework and assessment tasks. Any Year 10, 11 and 12 students who fail to complete tasks to a satisfactory standard will be notified about their failure to complete Board of Studies requirements.
CRICOS provider name: NSW Department of Education – Schools CRICOS provider code: 00588M