The ESOS Framework
The Australian Government wants international students to have a rewarding, enjoyable, and safe experience when they come to Australia to study. Australia’s education and training system promotes quality education and consumer protection for international students to ensure they are able to make the most of their time here. The laws that protect international students are known as the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Framework.
General information about the ESOS Framework can be found here. The purpose of the Framework is to ensure that international students are able to access the best possible educational services while they are in Australia. This is done by requiring education providers such as Rehoboth to be registered with the Australian Government and to demonstrate that we meet certain obligations according to the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). The CRICOS Provider number you see on this site is your guarantee that we have met these criteria.
Students Rights and Obligations
Students also have certain rights and obligations under the ESOS Framework. A Fact Sheet detailing these can be downloaded below. Our International Students Handbook also contains valuable information about what students can expect when studying at Rehoboth.
Please be aware that Rehoboth does not employ the services of Education Agents to recruit international students. Prospective families should contact the Business Office directly to discuss how we can assist in providing a distinctly Christian education for your children.