The Year 12 Western Australian Certificate of Education courses are designed to give you a wide range of options to complete Year 12 with the view of entering a tertiary institution. It is offered in two modes: February Entry and April Entry. Both courses finish in November.
The February intake is a standard program which is suitable for all students who meet minimum entry requirements. The April intake is a discrete express course for above average students with limited courses available.
Course_Information_Booklet (5 MB pdf)
Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) for students who meet the WACE requirements. All Year 12 students on the completion of their secondary schooling will also receive a Western Australian Statement of Student Achievement (WASSA) from the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA).
Entry into a Western Australian public university on successful completion.
Entry into government and private universities throughout Australia and overseas.
Entry into State Training Providers
February Entry: 10 months (February - November)
April Entry: 8 months (April - November)
Students commencing classes in February will receive 4.5 hours per week per course.
Students in the April intake receive an extra hour per week of tuition in each course. At the time of the final examinations in November, these students will have had slightly less total tuition hours as those who commenced in February.
English Competency Requirements
- GCE 'O' Level English, 1119: C6
- SPM English: C6
- HKCEE English: Level 3
- IELTS Overall Band Score: 5.5
- TOEFL: 525 or 195 (new grading system)
Academic Requirements Satisfactory completion of Year 11 studies or equivalent. Click here for the entry requirements.
2021 course dates can be found in the Academic Calendar
The School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA)
January Entry 2021: AUD$23,578.00
April Entry 2021: AUD$23,578.00
* Course cost does not include Overseas Student Health Cover. (OSHC).
This is a compulsory medical cover for ALL international students, as required by the Department of Home Affairs.
Contact Student Services on +618 9278 3500