International Students at Genazzano FCJ College

Genazzano welcomes international students to its caring, supportive and vibrant College community. At Genazzano, students’ dreams and aspirations are listened to and a joy of learning and discovery which addresses cognitive skills and emotional and physical development is encouraged. The College appreciates everyone’s uniqueness and strives to tailor an individual educational path for all its students.

The campus buildings are surrounded by beautiful and spacious grounds and the College’s excellent facilities provide a wide variety of educational and sporting choices.

The wider Genazzano College community works in partnership to ensure students are happy, confident and successful. This is why Genazzano women have been high achievers for over a century.

How To Apply

To apply for a place at Genazzano, international students must submit a completed and signed application form online (refer to link below), copy of the student’s birth certificate, copy of Visa, copy of student’s academic school reports for the last two years and results of recent English Language proficiency testing (e.g. AEAS Language Assessment).

Please see links below for information about the College’s boarding facility and its international students’ publication.

Applications should be made online directly to the Enrolments Team or via one of Agents, as per the Genazzano International Agents list below.  

There is a section in the online form to provide agent details.

Relevant Links

Genazzano 2024 International Fee Schedule and Business Regulations Notice

PDF – 2 MB

Genazzano FCJ College Agent Listing

PDF – 0.1 MB

Genazzano FCJ College acknowledges the following have been designed to ensure students receive the tuition and education quality assurance they have paid for:

The College is also aware these documents specify the registration requirements and obligations of higher education providers in Australia.

All Genazzano staff support the College’s commitment towards achieving full compliance with the ESOS legislative requirements. In addition, the ESOS Act places responsibility on the College not only for its own actions but also for those of third parties including agents and associates and their employees and contracted parties. 

ESOS information

Further information about studying in Australia can be found via the Study in Australia.

Making this information available ensures all agents, families and students are fully informed prior to, during and post enrolment of the expectations, rights and responsibilities of students.


For further international enrolment information please contact the Enrolments Team
on 03 8862 1204 or [email protected] 

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