Our curriculum programs, and the resources and support we provide, are designed to make a difference to students’ lives. We do this by providing students, teachers and schools with access to high quality, relevant curriculum that maximises students' future opportunities.

International schools can be licensed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) to deliver Western Australian curriculum programs. Follow the links below to find out more.

About the SCSA

Learn more about the SCSA and its approach to curriculum and international education.

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How we support schools

Find out how you can be an international school, and discover the support and resources we provide to assist you and your school deliver a rich and meaningful education to your students.

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Curriculum programs

If you are an existing international school, find important information to support you to deliver our curriculum.

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How do I apply?

To apply to become an international school, you must complete a two-stage online application.

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Further study

International students who study in Australia have access to a diverse range of education courses and programs, giving them a globally recognised degree that will provide them with future career opportunities around the world.

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Keep up-to-date with the latest information about the SCSA’s curriculum, assessment, standards and certification of student achievement.

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I have found it comfortable adapting to life at university due to the skills gained in my time at AUSMAT. The consistency of the course standards, as well as the pace at which it was delivered is similar to that of a higher education level. Class projects, group assignments and presentations combine to make AUSMAT a holistic experience which has really instilled confidence in me wherever I go. Aaron Khoo, Malaysia
AUSMAT was an eye-opening experience for me, especially so for self-discovery. The interaction with lecturers and active learning were highly prioritised to develop competitive students who are world-ready. Tan Kang Ning, AUSMAT graduate. Currently pursuing Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at James Cook University
I absolutely love the way the contents and assessments are outlined for each subject in the programme. The topics are well- developed and sequenced, making the learning process meaningful but challenging. Ongoing AUSMAT assessments ensure that we remain consistent in learning and help us develop good time management skills. Tina Gopalan, AUSMAT Year 12 2018. Methodist College, Kuala Lumpur
Thanks to AUSMAT I can be a globally competitive student with a lot to offer my country (Zimbabwe), and other nations. Not only am I challenged by this program but I’m also inspire, and there can be no better foundation for my success. — Ruvimbo Thandiwe Gondo
The WACE syllabus, with its totally English academic program, forced me to improve and adapt to the challenge. . . it was a good decision for a student like me who seeks an international professional career. Nguyen Anh thi, Vietnam
he WACE programme provides students such a broad and balanced study experience for developing necessary knowledge and skills for future preparation. Zhong Fu, WACE coordinator. China-Australia College, Zheng Zhou
As an educator, I find AUSMAT to be a program which emphasises on quality, while providing avenues and support systems for students, and even teachers, to grow and progress as individuals. Jason Soh, Senior Lecturer. Sunway College, Kuala Lumpur
While training students to learn foreign languages, WACE also systematically developed the thinking and learning skills more in line with international education, laying a good foundation for studying abroad in the future. Zhihao Jian. Sunway College, Kuala Lumpur

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions regarding our curriculum programs and requirements.

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