We expect all students to have a reasonable level of English in respect to the Year level they are entering.
As a guideline we would expect:
However, it is a case by case assessment. Achieving this score does not guarantee acceptance. We do not require the student to sit IELTS before they start as we test arriving students to determine their Year level. Students who are eligible may be able to have a multilevel timetable. For example, a Year 11 student would be able to take Year 12 Maths. We do not allow students to ‘skip’ a year, such as moving from Year 11 to Year 13.
Our minimum term of enrolment is six months, which is two terms.
Students must begin at our school with all medical conditions declared. This includes pre-existing, ongoing and mental medical conditions.
We recommend submitting an application at least six months in advance due to high demand. The application must be fully completed with all supporting documents.
Incomplete applications will not be processed.
All copies of original documents must be verified by a lawyer, notary public, Justice of the Peace or an Epsom Girls approved Education Recruitment Agent. These need to be verified as true and correct copies, signed and dated.
Here is a brief timeline:
1. Fully complete the application form:
The signatures must be of the student’s parent or legal guardian. We do not accept the signatures of caregivers, family friends, other family members or agents.
The signature on the application must be an official signature and match the signature presented on the document.
2. Attach all documents. These include:
All documents must be translated into English by a registered translator.
3. Email application and supporting documents
This must be done to email@example.com. Please attach PDF files. The Offer of Place and receipt are the documents required for the student visa application.
Please note we cannot guarantee a place unless full payment of fees has been made.
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Do you want help from a consultant to complete your application? Our School works with many agencies in many different countries and we can give you a choice of helpful advisors near you. They can give you native-speaker advice as well as helping with visa and travel arrangements.
Please note: Epsom Girls Grammar School has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students published by the Minister of Education.
Copies of the Code are available on request from Epsom Girls Grammar or here on the New Zealand Ministry of Education website.