Sprachcaffe's High School Programme

Beautiful beaches and unique animals, experience an unforgettable year in Australia.

Australia High School Stay

Down Under, one of the nicknames for Australia, is the perfect destination for a high school study abroad experience. Modern educational system, hospitable people, sandy beaches, and diverse natural environments - what more could you want?

Age

14 - 18 year olds

Duration of stay

1 - 4 Terms

Select + Programme

Public high school with choice of location & school

Destination

Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales

The country at the end of the world is known for its Aboriginal culture, Ayers Rock/ Uluru (Northern Territory), outbacks, beautiful beaches, coastline, and fascinating wildlife. But Australia is so much more than its natural beauty. Between rugby games, traditional national celebrations such as "Anzac Day", and a modern education system, Australia truly has it all.

For more detailed information about Australian provinces to choose from for your stay, click here.

Highlight: Singapore-Experience

Does your high school stay start in January or July (Queensland and Victoria only)? Then don't miss Sprachcaffe's amazing Singapore Experience! During this four-day stopover you will have the opportunity to explore some of Singapore's most iconic locations such as the Marina Bay Sans SkyPark, the Marlion Park, and a visit to the zoo with Night Safari. Accommodation and meals are of course included in the price, so you don't have to worry about anything and can really get in the mood for your adventure.

Your Australian stay

The start of school in Australia depends on the province, but there is usually a very small difference between a province and another. In any case, you will fly out a few days before school starts. If you add the Singapore Experience, you will usually fly out a week before school starts and can start your adventure earlier.

The Australian school system is divided into terms (abbreviated with "T"). A school year consists of 4 terms of 3 months each. Below you can find the term dates for all four provinces:

 

Terms in Victoria:
T1: 28.01.2021 – 01.04.2021
T2: 19.04.2021 – 25.06.2021
T3: 12.07.2021 – 17.09.2021
T4: 04.10.2021 – 17.12.2021

Terms in Queensland:
T1: 27.01.2021 – 01.04.2021
T2: 19.04.2021 – 25.06.2021
T3: 12.07.2021 – 17.09.2021
T4: 05.10.2021 – 10.12.2021

Terms in South Australia:
T1: 27.01.2021 – 09.04.2021
T2: 27.04.2021 – 02.07.2021
T3: 19.07.2021 – 24.09.2021
T4: 11.10.2021 – 10.12.2021

Terms in New South Wales:
T1: 27.01.2021 – 01.04.2021
T2: 19.04.2021 – 25.06.2021
T3: 12.07.2021 – 17.09.2021
T4: 05.10.2021 – 17.12.2021

The start of school in Australia depends on the province, but there is usually a very small difference between a province and another. In any case, you will fly out a few days before school starts. If you add the Singapore Experience, you will usually fly out a week before school starts and can start your adventure earlier.

Frequently Asked Questions about High School in Australia

You will stay with a previously screened and approved host family. The student's needs and interests will be met as much as possible with those of the host family.

Yes, in Australia it is mandatory to wear a school uniform. Each school has its own.

Classes usually run from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

In Australia, every school has an International Department, so that every student's needs can be dealt with at all times.

Family visits are possible only at the end of the program.

Large cities tend to have a reliable and extensive network of public transportation. On the other hand, in smaller cities it might be easier to have friends or host families drive you to where you need to go.

Due to insurance reasons, students are not allowed to sign up for driving courses. It is also not allowed to drive motorized vehicles.

Yes. This program option includes a choice of location and school.

The standard vaccinations common in Europe (tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis A and B, diphtheria, pertussis, polio) are recommended.

Australia is a very safe country. The crime rate is very low. Nevertheless, we recommend to keep personal valuables either on yourself or in a safe place.


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