Included in the information pack is the five part application form giving students and their parents information about the:
3. Criteria for enrolment
Students are required to have a ‘Parental Representative’ based in New Zealand. This person can be an agent, relative or friend and is not a ‘guardian’ but a contact person for the school. If the students and their parents do not have a person they could nominate as a representative, the school is willing to approach people in the school community to act on their behalf.
When the College has received the completed and signed application form (all pages), and the school report the documents will be checked and a decision made regarding acceptance to study at Rosehill College. The Conditional Offer of Place and the invoice for the fees will be forwarded by email. Note: it is not policy to send documents by mail or fax, however you may request this option if you prefer.
It may appear that the application procedure is complicated, but these procedures will ensure that the students and their parents, the agents and the school have a comprehensive understanding of the service offered to the International Students who chose to study at Rosehill College.
4. Refund policy and application form Refund Form
5. Home stay requirements for students attending Rosehill College
6. Guidelines for Appropriate Insurance for International Students
International students must have appropriate insurance coverage, including insurance covering travel costs, medical care, and costs associated with repatriation, expatriation, and funeral expenses. At Rosehill College we will purchase StudentSafe insurance for you, you may find a copy of the policy here: Policy Documents
Pastoral care and Support
Rosehill College has had many years of experience hosting International Students from all over the world. The College is a signatory to the Code of Practice for International Students and takes the welfare and education of their students very seriously. Rosehill College has been accepted as a signatory and has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students, as published by the Ministry of Education. Copies of the code are available on request from the College or from the New Zealand Ministry of Education website at www.minedu.govt.nz