Enrolment at Macarthur

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To Submit an Application

To submit an application to Macarthur, students and their parents should take time to read through the information on the website and then follow this process:

  • Complete the application form below. 


  • Include a copy of the last two school reports from the school the student is currently enrolled in
  • Provide a copy of their passport
  • Results of English Language Proficiency testing.  We accept AEAS and iDat test reports.
  • Conditions of Enrolment

Junior School at Macarthur

Macarthur Anglican School accepts a small number of international students from Year 1 to Year 6.  Most students in this age group are required to live with a parent for this period of their enrolment.

To view the full policy on Junior School Enrolments please click here.

English Language Proficiency (辅助材料 \ 信息)

Students who apply to Macarthur must meet the minimum English Language Proficiency requirements for the year of entry they are applying to.  Please confirm these requirements by contacting the International Registrar by email. E: international@macarthur.nsw.edu.au

When an application is received, the documents are assessed, an interivew is conducted and the student (or their agent) is provided with an answer.

Students are accommodated in local homestay accommodation managed by the School.  To learn more about our homestay programme please click here.

To book a test with AEAS - Click Here

For students who are in Australia, Macarthur Anglican School is a testing centre for AEAS.  Come for a tour and have your testing completed on the same day. (Bookings required)

To book a test with iDat - please Click Here


English Language Courses

Macarthur works closely with PLC Pathways (Armidale and Bathurst) for Years 7 -10 language courses and and Times Academy in Sydney for Primary courses.  If Macarthur requires a student to spend time at language college, the student is advised and arrangements are made with the language course provider to package the enrolment.  Language courses are very important in preparing students for both the classroom and life in Australia