Host families help provide our students with the chance to study and experience life in Australia. This is a great way to learn about another country and culture, establish a lifelong link to a family in another country and contribute to international goodwill.
Our students bring with them their own spending money, health insurance and a wonderful attitude and desire to learn about their new host country. Your whole family...and your relatives and friends...will grow and learn as you all get to know your new 'son' or 'daughter' from another land.
To protect the privacy of our international exchange students, please note that the images displayed above are stock photos only and not of the student detailed in the profiles. In the interests of Child Protection we do not show the real images of arriving students on our web site. If you would like to view photos of any of the students listed, please contact our office.
If you would like to receive more information on hosting an exchange student please click here.
Charles Maxwell from Radio 2ST recently interviewd our Hosting Coordinator, Sandra Harders about what is involved in Hosting an overseas exchange student. You can listen to the radio interview by clicking here.
Steve Hart from The New Zealand Herald interviewed our Hosting Coordinator, click here to read the article published on 23rd May, 2013.
Listen to what some of our past host families have said about having a student in their home as part of a Student Exchange program.
View student profiles by country.
Simon is a Danish exchange student currently living on the Northern Beaches, NSW on a 10 month program. Both Simon and the Stuart family were kind enough to talk to us about their experience so far.