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Wesley College Melbourne, Registered School No. 1, is a coeducational, open-entry school of
the Uniting Church with a rich tradition on which to base its liberal, broadly based curriculum.
Opened on 18 January 1866, Wesley has enriched the lives of thousands of young people in its
studies at major Australian universities.
In addition, others choose international
universities, including Oxford, Cambridge
and Harvard, to study in fields such as
medicine, law, commerce, politics, science
and information technology.
• Accommodation: Wesley is able to
arrange carefully selected and monitored
• Learning in Residence: Wesley is
establishing Learning in Residence, a
residential facility to be built adjacent to
the Senior School at the Glen Waverley
campus, which will open in 2017.
• Guardianship: Whilst it is preferred
that students nominate a relative or
family friend as guardian, if this is not
possible Wesley will assist in organising
• English as an Additional Language
(EAL): A variety of programs, such
as EAL and programs for gifted and
talented students, are in place to support
• International Student Coordinators:
Available at each campus, staff provide
pastoral care and assistance to students.
• Specialised career and tertiary
preparation: These courses are offered
to assist students with studies beyond
• English Language Preparation
Program: This program is available
for international students at the Glen
• Elsternwick, three year olds to Year 9 —
12 kilometres from Melbourne CBD
• Glen Waverley, three year olds to Year 12
15 kilometres from Melbourne CBD
• St Kilda Road, three year olds to Year 12
five kilometres from Melbourne CBD
In addition, the Year 9 residential program
operates in Clunes, and there are three
outdoor education camps in Victoria —
near Paynesville, Healesville and Portland —
and the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School.
Wesley College is one of the top
International Baccalaureate schools in
Australia. Students from all backgrounds,
countries, religions and cultures study at
Wesley because of our excellent educational
reputation, facilities and student support.
Graduates move on with much more than
an ATAR score, with all students encouraged
to aspire to achieve excellence and personal
best in all areas of endeavour. The majority
of students are offered a place at either
The University of Melbourne or Monash
University. Students applying to study at
The University of Melbourne may receive
preferential entry through Melbourne
Schools Partnership International, of which
Wesley College is a member.
This is a splendid testament to the
teachers at Wesley who, every year, create
many individual stories of success. Many
graduates from the college continue their
Wesley College, the leading coeducational
IB school in Australia, offers a broad
curriculum, balanced approach to learning,
a concern for the whole student and the
provision of opportunities for all young
people to know, to do, to live with and to be
within an innovative and caring environment.
In Years 9 and 10, the curriculum enables
students to develop the skills they will need
to prepare for the academic rigour of senior
studies, in addition to becoming responsible
citizens in a global society.
In Years 11 and 12, a very wide range of
subject choices is offered across:
• Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE)
• International Baccalaureate Diploma
(IB Diploma) — 28 subjects
• Vocational Education and Training
(VET) — six subjects.
Wesley College has a wide range of
co-curricular programs to support students’
learning, including performing and visual
arts, sport, social service and outdoor
Past students include two Prime Ministers,
21 politicians, a Nobel Laureate, 33 Olympic
athletes, 13 Rhodes Scholars, five Supreme
Court judges, one High Court judge, plus
many other prominent Australian figures.
Please contact: International Admissions Manager
Mail: 577 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria,
WESlEy COllEgE mElBOUrnE
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