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  1. 1. Australian National University Introduction The Australian National University is one of the world’s most highly-respected universities. It has been consistently ranked number one in Australia by QS World University Rankings. TheUniversityislocatedintheheartofCanberra,thepoliticaland administrative centre of Australia. Unique among world capitals, Canberra is a small, vibrant city nestled amongst some of the country’s most beautiful natural environments. ANU has international links with leading universities in the US, UK, Europe and Asia. As the only Australian member of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), ANU studentsandstaffhavenumerousopportunitiesforcollaboration and exchange that contribute to the University's rich intellectual climate. ANUcontinuestoattractsomeofthebeststudentsandstafffrom Australia and around the world. Its reputation for distinctive research is widely recognised, and its teaching programs are among the nation’s best. A culture of discovery and inquiry informs all aspects of research and education, including the University’s connections with the world’s top institutions. Programs A wide range of undergraduate, graduate coursework and graduate research programs are offered through the University’s seven colleges: • ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences • ANU College of Asia and the Pacific • ANU College of Business and Economics • ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science • ANU College of Law • ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment • ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences For an extensive list of ANU programs, please see: http://students.anu.edu.au Student Services and Facilities ANU offers a dynamic academic and social life. Some of the student support services include: • An award-winning Academic Skills and Learning Centre • Careers Centre • Multi-faith Chaplaincy • Child Care • Counselling Centre • Disability Support Centre • Graduate Information Literacy Program • Health Services • Muslim Students’ Association • Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association (PARSA) • Student Information and Guidance Network (SIGN) Special services for international students include a Meet and Greetserviceandwelcomefunctions.TheUniversityalsosupports a network of over 100 clubs and societies on campus. Contact Details: The Australian National University Canberra ACT 0200 Australia T: +61 2 6125 3318 F: +61 2 6125 5550 Email: Jerome.Ho@anu.edu.au Website: www.anu.edu.au CRICOS Provider No. 00120C
  2. 2. Canberra Government Schools Canberra is Australia’s capital city. It is a beautiful city set around the magnificent Lake Burley Griffin. A safe and multicultural city, Canberra is also known by its official name of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The Canberra region is respected throughout the world for its concentration of educational and academic institutions. The Australian National University regularly ranked as the country’s best university and among the top 20 in the world and the University of Canberra, whose graduates are among the nations most employable and best paid, are located in Canberra. Canberra Government’s 85 public schools offer high quality learning in modern, well-equipped and supportive environments. Our schools have developed a range of programs specifically to meet the needs of international students with the ability to tailor the programs for individuals. International students are made particularly welcome, with high quality Government education in a safe, friendly and multicultural city. The Year 11 and 12 college system in Canberra offers international students a unique experience. With the two senior years separate from the high school, a very serious learning environment is available for young adults with a focus on preparing them for further study after they graduate from college. The continuous assessment system particularly benefits international students, as there is no major external examination to sit at the end of year 12. Canberra also has a strong focus on meeting the needs of gifted and talented students and offers a wide curriculum choice to suit the intellect, interest and capability of every student. Programs with the Australian National University (ANU) and the International Baccalaureate program (IB) are on offer. Government schooling in Canberra is leading the way in preparing young people for the opportunities and challenges of life in the 21st century. With one of the best government education systems in the country, government school students consistently rate as the best educated in Australia and among the brightest in the world. An international education in Canberra sets students apart from their peers and creates pathways to success in whatever direction they choose. The ACT Government Education and Training Directorate accept responsibility for the welfare for students under the age of 18 who are not cared for by a parent in Australia. Homestay accommodation for international students over 15 years old is provided. Students are placed with Canberra families - a wonderful way for students to experience Australian culture and improve their English. International students in Canberra government schools receive a high level of care. Each school has an International Private Student (IPS) coordinator and the ACT Government Education and Training Directorate provides a dedicated pastoral care officer and homestay coordinator who monitor student’s attendance, progress, health and wellbeing. Officers from the International Education Unit are on 24 hour emergency call to assist international students. As a smaller city, Canberra is safe and able to offer a personalised service to international students in a unique environment. Contact Details International Education Unit ACT Government Education and Training Directorate GPO Box 158 | Canberra ACT 2601 Australia Ph: + 61-2 6205 9178 | Fax: +61-2- 6205 9239 E-mail: ieu@act.gov.au | Web Site: www.det.act.gov.au CRICOS Provider Number 00643J
  3. 3. The University of Canberra – Australia’s Capital University Once again in 2013The Good Universities Guide awarded the University of Canberra the maximum ‘FiveStars for graduates getting a job’ and ‘Five Stars for graduate outcomes’. It is currently ranked seventh in Australia for Good Teaching and graduates going on to further study, and sixth for Graduate Employability.* The University is committed to professionally preparing graduatesforprofessionalcareersinAustraliaandinternationally. Its degrees and qualifications are respected and accepted world-wide, and the University is home to a thriving research culture.Academic standards are high and career results are excellent. Tuition fees are moderate, class sizes are small. Extensive portfolios of undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses are offered by fourfaculties, Arts and Design; Business Government & Law; Education, Science, Technology & Maths; and Health. Located in Canberra, the nation’s capital, and home to its diplomatic community, the University occupies a unique position at the intersection of government policy and corporate endeavour. It prides itself on producing graduates equipped with state of the art knowledge, and professional skills and attitudes. Its curricula and courses are designed in consultation with the appropriate professions and industries. There is a strong focus on work-integrated learning and this coupled with access to professional networks and internships gives its graduates a competitive edge when they start their professional life. It also makes them very popular with employers. Comprehensive International Student Support There are flexible pathways to university through the University of Canberra Collegeand the University of Canberra English Language Institute.Student support includes the Personal Adviser Scheme orientation program, which helps new international students get a great start, and others covering everything from academic assistance to health and counselling. Concentrated study needs to be balanced with relaxation. The campus itself is a safe haven of clean air, tall trees, native vegetation, with resident kangaroos and exotic native birds. Its welcoming multi-cultural ambience makes it a very pleasant environment in which to study.Despite its serene location,it is just 10 minutes from Canberra’s city centre and within walking distance of a major shopping and entertainment complex. The campus offers coffee shops, restaurants, fast food outlets and a pub, plus clubs and societies, a fully equipped fitness centre, sports fields and more. Contact Details University of Canberra Bruce, Canberra ACT 2601 Australia www.canberra.edu.au *Australian Graduate Surveyand Course Experience Questionnaire. University of Canberra CRICOS #00212K University of Canberra College CRICOS #01893E University of Canberra
  4. 4. With over 150 years of educational heritage, Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a publicly funded Australian institution offering students high quality and internationally recognised qualifications. Our focus on community engagement and practical skill development ensures ACU graduates are ready to make a real difference in the world. Our culturally diverse population includes students from over 85 countries, and we are Australia’s only truly multi-state university with six campuses in five cities on Australia’s east coast. This offers students the option of enhancing their study experience by transferring between campuses to experience the diversity of Australian student life in different parts of the country. With well-established links to businesses, hospitals, schools, churches and welfare agencies - nationally and internationally - our courses include practical work and community engagement opportunities designed to prepare students for employment and leadership positions in the global economy. The quality and strength of our academic programs along with the dedication of our teaching staff, contribute to our higher than average graduate employment rate- and to ACU being one of Australia’s fastest growing and most affordable universities. ACU has links to more than 100 universities and institutions in 25 countries. This international focus offers students the opportunity to spend one or two semesters of their study program abroad as well as engage with other international experiences as part of their studies. We offer more than 110 high-quality, career-relevant undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degrees across a range of academic disciplines. Our English Language Centres and diploma pathway programs are university integrated and our research portfolio includes six University Priority Research Centres as well as several specialist institutes and centres. Our comprehensive academic and social support services ensure that students have every opportunity to succeed in their studies. What can you study at ACU? • Accounting, Business, Marketing • Business Information Systems, IT • Education, Teaching • Environmental Science • Exercise/Sport Science • Global Studies, International Development • Human Resource Management • Law • Management (MBA) • Nursing, Physiotherapy • Philosophy, Theology • Psychology • Social/Youth Work • Visual Arts And Design Contact Details Telephone: + 61 3 8676 7040 Email: international@acu.edu.au Website: www.acu.edu.au/international ACU GRADUATES MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD CRICOS provider registration: 00004G, 00112C, 00873F, 00885B Australian Catholic University
  5. 5. Kick-Start your Business & Hospitality Career The Blue Mountains Hotel School is Australia's leading provider of hospitality education with specialized degrees courses. We are ranked the Number 1 Hotel Management School in Australia and Asia Pacific*, and provide university level education. (*TNS Survey 2013) Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) is located across two campuses; Sydney City and picturesque Leura - located in a UNESCO World Heritage National Park an hour and half outside Sydney City. Blue Mountains offers a 2 ½ years fast-tracked Bachelor of Business (Hotel and Resort Management or Event Management) aswellasa2yearsMasterofInternationalHotelManagementand Master in Global Business Management. The school prides itself on its blended mode of teaching that combines theoretical knowl- edge with hands-on practical learning in a nurturing environment. Bachelor Degree Students study across both campus locations. The Leura campus is specially designed as a simulated hotel to prepare students for the realities of the hospitality industry - providing them with the practice and confidence for workplace realities. Here students experience life from both sides, as staff members and guests, on campus, run as a hotel, in areas such as frontofficemanagement,foodandbeveragetohousekeepingand property management. This style enables students to discover quickly what their skills and interests are whilst developing first-hand experience long before graduation. The Sydney City Campus is located on bustling George Street in the heart of Australia’s largest city. This campus provides our students with the corporate business sense to succeed in their career ventures. The outstanding location enables students to utilize the “Work-Allowance” on their student visa while studying. The BMIHMS Master Degrees are thought at our state of the art Sydney City campus and provide the opportunity to enhance your career with a higher level of qualification. They enable both students and industry professionals the chance to further their study and provide greater career prospects. The Master of International Hotel Management equips students with a combination of practical and theoretical learning to succeed in today’s fast paced hospitality industry. The Global Business Master degree provides an international business management qualification that enhances business acumen for the global organisation mindset. The addition of this new master program complements the core hospitality course portfolioofBMIHMS, providingagreaterrangeofstudyoptionsto boost the career opportunities of graduates. Students come from all over the world for this style of education. More than 45 nationalities are on campus, providing the opportunity to interact and build friendships with other students from different cultures. Faculty members and staff are accessible to the students, with the addition of student councilors, student mentors and a Duty Manager available 24 hours. To help build on what has been learnt on campus the School also assists in finding two Industry Placements during the degree for Bachelor Degree Students and one Industry Placement for Master Degree students. The student is matched to a suitable role in a leading hotel, events company or business with guidance provid- ed by the School and the employer. As such students have the advantage of achieving professional skills quickly and making vital industry contacts early while they are still studying. Through the close collaboration with the hospitality industry across many levels of the School, students can look forward to not only learning the theory but also the real-life skills and experience required by today’s hospitality industry. The 2 year post-study work visa is available upon completion of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School. Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School PO Box A256, Sydney South NSW 1235, Australia P: +61 2 9307 4600 E: enquiry@bluemountains.edu.au www.bluemountains.edu.au Your Blue Mountains Team in Vietnam: Raffael H. STANGL (Mr.) Regional Head of Admissions South East Asia, Korea, Japan 09-3562-0966 raffael.stangl@bluemountains.edu.au Le Vu Thao Nguyen (Ms.) Assistant Country Manager - Vietnam 09-0535-2615 nguyen.le@bluemountains.edu.au Cricos Provider Number: 00911E Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School
  6. 6. Federation University of Australia at IIBIT The International Institute of Business and Information Technology (IIBIT) is a premier educational institution providing quality education. Apart from a range of high quality career oriented programs from certificate to Advanced Diploma levels, IIBIT also delivers the Federation University of Australia (FEDUNI) undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Information Technology, Bushiness Information Systems, Business Management, Commerce and accounting in the city centre of Sydney and Adelaide. Our collaboration with Federation University of Australia enables students to obtain an internationally recognised degree from an Australian university. This link provides international students with the unique opportunity of obtain- ing a commercially desirable degree whist studying in one of two premier cities, Sydney and Adelaide. Why study at IIBIT? • Central City Location - All major public transport routs pass nearby and supermarket, banks, cafes, shops around. • Highly Qualified Academic Stuff - IIBIT’s academic staffs are highly qualified and offer high calibre teaching and a caring environment for their students. • Extra Support Classes - IIBIT offer additional study support through extra classes by our dedicated lecturers at no extra cost. • Fast-Track three Semester System - The students are able to complete their degrees earlier than students studying in a conventional two semester system. • Highly Competitive Fee Structure Program Accreditation - All programs are professionally accredited and recognised by respective professional bodies such as Australian Computer Society (ACS), Institute of Professional Accountants (IPA) and Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and all programs are registered with the Australian Government through the Commonwealth Register of International Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) Contact Details Sydney – Level G, 841 George St NSW 2000 Sydney Australia Adelaide – Level 3, 112-118 Rundle Mall SA 5000 Adelaide Australia Email: admissions@iibit.edu.au Website: www.iibit.edu.au CRICOS Provider Code 01917B Federation University Australia CRICOS Provider No. 00103D IIBIT
  7. 7. Your unique Australian study experience NSW government schools offer exciting opportunities to international students to achieve academic excellence in a safe, secure and dynamic learning environment. Our schools are recognised for their excellent quality, high academic outcomes and the innovative use of classroom and digital technology. The NSW government school system is the largest education network in Australia, with over 150 years of experience. With a choice of over 260 schools, you can be confident that your child will have a rich and rewarding learning experience. Top five reasons to study in a NSW government school: • Academic Excellence • Exceptional teaching standards • Personalised care • World class facilities • Pathway to University and Higher Education 21st Century Learning: At NSW government schools, our students will develop important skills for the future. • Problem solving skills • Independent learning and research skills • Leadership skills • Self-confidence • Technological skills • Fostering creativity and innovation • Extracurricular learning • Community work Courses: NSW government schools offer a well-designed curriculum catering for students with a wide range of abilities. Learning activities integrate the use of computers, e-learning, broadband internet access and multimedia materials. Primary school (Kindergarten to Year 6) The primary school program for international students is available at selected schools. All primary schools are co-educational. There are no English language entry requirements for primary school children in Kindergarten to Year 6. High school (Years 7 to 12) A range of girls-only, boys-only and coeducational schools are available as well as specialist schools with programs for sports, performing arts and creative arts. Some schools have a single campus, while others have a junior and senior campus. This provides a wide range of choice to cater for individual student needs and learning styles. Senior students complete the Higher School Certificate (HSC) at the end of Year 12. The HSC is a two-year program in Years 11 and 12. English is compulsory and there is a variety of subjects to choose from. English language programs NSW government high schools intensive English programs are offered at our Intensive English Centres (IECs) attached to high schools in Sydney and Wollongong. The IEC introduces students to the school system and provides orientation, English language tuition and welfare support. The program develops English language skills so your child transitions to mainstream high school with confidence. Student Services We ensure a safe and enjoyable school environment by carefully supervising the welfare of your child and providing a range of services, including: • Airport pick-up by authorised staff • Approved, quality homestay accommodation with an Australian family • An orientation program on arrival at school • Specialist English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers in schools • International student coordinator to assist students to settle in • Year coordinators to guide students’ academic progress and advisers for subject and career selection • Confidential counselling support for personal problems. Contact Details NSW Government Schools NSW Department of Education and Communities Locked Bag 53 Darlinghurst NSW 1300 Australia Email: isc@det.nsw.edu.au Website: www.internationalschool.edu.au CRICOS Provider name: NSW Department of Education and Communities – Schools CRICOS Provider number: 00588M
  8. 8. St Paul’s International College, Moss Vale Name of school: St Paul’s International College City/State: Moss Vale, NSW Year established: 1986 Coeducational/Boys/Girls: Co-Educational Total enrolment numbers: 250 Numberofinternationalstudents: 70% Boarding: Full Boarding for All ELICOS Program: Yes Tuition Fee Scholarship: Yes, up to 50% Guardianship arranged: Noneedextraarrangementandfee AEAS testing required: An Advantage Fees (2014): Tuition: Year 7 AUD 16,000 p.a. Year 8 AUD 17,000 p.a. Year 9 AUD 18,500 p.a. Year 10 AUD 19,500 p.a. Year 11 AUD 21,000 p.a. Year 12 AUD 22,500 p.a. UNSW Foundation AUD 24,000 p.a. Boarding & Meals: (Single Room) AUD 22,000 p.a. Located in the scenic Southern Highlands of NSW, St. Paul’s International College offers Senior Secondary and University Foundation Courses to boarding and day students drawn from a range of Australian and international backgrounds. The College has an outstanding record of academic achievement, with some 95% of its students progressing to Australian universities each year. St. Paul’s is built around the principles of academic excellence, social justice, responsibility and respect. Set in 20 acres of landscaped gardens and with easy access to both Sydney and Canberra, this co-educational College provides a safe, international environment which is responsive to each student’s individual needs – academic, personal and social. State-of-the-art classroom facilities and highly qualified professional teachers, boarding supervisors and ancillary staff, and separate, single-room accommodation for male and female students ensure an environment that is both compatible and conducive to study. Proud though it is of its academic record, St. Paul’s is also concerned with the social and moral development of its students and provides all-round training that equips each student with the skills and principles to meet the challenges of an increasingly globalized world. Courses provided at St. Paul’s: • ELICOS (English language Bridging Course for Secondary School Preparation) • High School Courses Yrs.7-10, 11 & 12 (Higher School Certificate) • The University of New South Wales - Foundation Studies Commerce stream & Science stream Contact Details Contact name: Sr Angelina Fong / Mr Alan Choi Contact address: 463 Argyle St, Moss Vale, NSW, 2577, Australia Tel: +61 2 4868 2211 Email: angelina@spic.nsw.edu.au achoi@spic.nsw.edu.au Website: www.spic.nsw.edu.au CRICOS No.: 00379J St. Paul’s International College
  9. 9. Located in the heart of Sydney’s high-technology business precinct, Macquarie University is one of the world’s best modern universities. Rated 5 stars by QS, Macquarie is one of only five Australian universities awarded the maximum 5 stars in all eight major categories. We are home to 11,000 international students from over 100 countries, with Times Higher Education ranking Macquarie in the top 10 most international universities in the world. With a real-world approach to learning, Macquarie graduates are highly sought-after by employers worldwide. Our parkland campus is surrounded by leading multinational companies, giving you unparalleled exposure to the job market. Macquarie University support students in following area: • Academic Advice, Accessibility Services, Accommodation, Careers & Employment, Complaints & Appeals, First Year, Leaning Skills, Mathematics, Starting University (orientation and mentoring), Student Conduct, Student Representation and Technical Help. Further information can be found from this link: http://students.mq.edu.au/support/ • Student Advocacy & Support Service ensure that students are fairly represented by providing relevant information and advice as well as acting as a liaison or support person. • We offer Childcare, Museums and Sport and Aquatic Centre. A smart investment in your future As a Macquarie University student you will benefit from our real-world approach to learning, practical experiences that give you work-ready skills, and a high-tech campus uniquely located to give you exposure to leading companies. Employers worldwide prefer our graduates because they know that at Macquarie you don’t just learn from textbooks. You learn from internationally-respected researchers, unique industry collaborations and programs that give you the real-world experiences and leadership skills employers look for. CEOs surveyed in The New York Times rank Macquarie in the world’s top 100 universities for graduate recruitment (2012 Global Employability Survey). A location that connects you to industry Macquarie’s 126 hectare park-like campus is located in North Ryde, 15 kilometres from Sydney’s city centre. Our unique location in the heart of Australia’s largest high-technology precinct gives you a wide range of networking and internship opportunities with potential employers. A selection of degrees are also offered at Macquarie City Campus (city.mq.edu.au), in Sydney’s central business district. High-tech campus Over AU$1 billion has recently been invested in the Macquarie campus to give you the very best facilities for learning, research and recreation. Macquarie’s library is unique in Australia, with the country’s first robotic storage and retrieval system, and we also host the most technologically advanced private hospital on an Australian university campus. Graduate success At Macquarie, we support you to undertake internships, international experiences and leadership programs to make you stand out to employers worldwide. Our Global Leadership Program can be completed alongside any degree at Macquarie and provides outstanding opportunities to build important leadership skills. A dedicated Career and Employment Service also helps you develop the confidence and skills you need to launch, or further, your career. World-class degrees Macquarie offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in study areas including: Business, Education and teaching, Engineering and information technology, Environment, Health and medical sciences, Health professions, Law, Linguistics, translating and interpreting, MBA (Macquarie Graduate School of Management), Media and creative arts, Medicine and surgery (postgraduate only), Psychology, Science, Security and intelligence, Society, history, languages and culture. Find a degree to suit you at courses.mq.edu.au or download a course guide frommq.edu.au/international-publications. Contact Details Level 1, Building E3A, Macquarie University NSW 2109 Email address (generic): mi.pacific@mq.edu.au or yoko.kaitani@mq.edu.au Website: www.mq.edu.au CRICOS Provider Code: 00002J Macquarie University
  10. 10. Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) is excited to offer students more flexibility and study options. Be part of the next 20,000 successful SIBT graduates. Students who may not achieve the academic or English standards to gain direct entry into Macquarie University are able to complete their Diploma (first year Macquarie University units) at either SIBT, Macquarie University or at SIBT, Macquarie City Campus. SIBT now offers Higher Education Diploma programs in the areas of Commerce, Business and Communication at Macquarie City Campus. Students graduating from a SIBT Diploma can progress through to 2nd year Macquarie University Bachelor degrees, either at Macquarie City Campus* or Macquarie University, located at North Ryde. SIBT offers a supportive study environment, in two campus locations, with small class sizes, state-of-the-art facilities, excellent student support services and access to university facilities. The SIBT Diploma has been delivered on the Macquarie University campus for 16 years and over 20,000 graduates have completed the qualification and progressed into 2nd year university studies. With SIBT, students can achieve the degree and career that they want to. It’s even easier now with more locations and commencement dates to choose from. NOT YOUR TRADITIONAL CAREER PATH NOT YOUR TRADITIONAL UNIVERSITY Ranked in the top two per cent of universities globally, Macquarie is renowned for excellence in interdisciplinary research and teaching, our unique approach to learning, our highly skilled graduates, and our first-class facilities. Macquarie City Campus is a teaching campus of Macquarie University and ensures quality learning through small supportive class sizes. The City campus also provides students with real work experience opportunities. Internships, close links with industry bodies such as CPA and lecturers with industry experience all ensure that students are exposed to every opportunity to be work-ready upon graduation. Macquarie City Campus’ internship program provides students with the opportunity to gain work place experience and form close networking ties with leading corporations in the central business district. Simon joined SAP Australia, one of the world’s leading business software providers. While completing his Bachelor of Business Administration, Simon worked for the global consulting firm for two days every week, relating what he learned in the classroom into practical work skills. Students who complete internships are more likely to gain full-time employment after graduation, as they finish with both the degree qualification and the real-world experience that employers seek. After graduation, SAP Australia offered Simon a full-time position. Contact Details: For Scholarship opportunities at SIBT and Macquarie City Campus: Phuong Nguyen Marketing and Communications Manager T: +61 2 9964 6533 Email: Phuong.nguyen@city.mq.edu.au * select Macquarie University degrees are offered at Macquarie City Campus Website: www.sibt.nsw.edu.au or www.city.mq.edu.au CRICOS Provider Code : Macquarie University 00002J, Sydney Institute of Business & Technology 1576G
  11. 11. Newcastle International College (NIC), located in Newcastle (New South Wales, Australia) provides international students with a pathway to Bachelor degree programs offered at the University of Newcastle. NIC is part of Navitas Limited, a world leader in education and training with more than 30,000 students currently studying worldwide. The college is located at the Callaghan campus of the university, which is located 10km from the city centre of Newcastle. NIC offers: • Entry to the University of Newcastle: the college delivers pre-university and Diploma level programs for students who wish to gain entry to the University. • High-quality education: NIC is a registered higher education provider and our programs are accredited. Our academic standards are assured by the University of Newcastle’s moderation procedures and university-approved examinations. NIC programs are taught by university-approved lecturers. • A supportive learning environment: NIC programs are delivered in a personalised environment, where class sizes are limited to a maximum of 50 students. Students benefit from increased contact with our lecturers as well as access to academic and welfare support programs. • Flexible study options: Students can commence an academic program at NIC in October, March or June each year. In most cases NIC students are able to complete both a diploma program and a bachelor’s degree within three years (with the exception of specialised programs such as Engineering or Medicine). • First-rate educational facilities: NIC is located in modern, purpose-built facilities. Classrooms and computer laboratories contain leading-edge audio-visual teaching equipment, and lectures are delivered using interactive technologies. Students also have access to computer labs, printing facilities and online study materials. Courses Offered • Tertiary Preparation Program (pre-university studies for students interested to pursue a Bachelor degree program). Students may transfer to a range of Bachelor degree programs including Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Biomedical Science, Biotechnology, Medical Radiation Science (including Diagnostic Radiography and Radiation Therapy) , Pharmacy, Speech Pathology, Oral Health, Education (Teaching), Business and Commerce, IT, Mass Communication, Engineering and Architecture. • Diploma programs in Business and Commerce, Engineering, Media and Communication, and Information Technology. Students who successfully complete their NIC Diploma will be able to transfer to the second year of University of Newcastle degrees in. • Business (all majors including Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Tourism and International Business). • Commerce (all majors including Accounting, Economics and Finance). • Engineering (Electrical, Computer, Mechanical, Mechatronic, Telecommunications, Civil). • Surveying (Honours). • Communications (including Journalism and Public Relations). • InformationTechnology(includingDigitalMediaandEntertainment, and Business ICT). Students who require English language tuition may enrol at the University of Newcastle’s Language Centre prior to studies at NIC. Scholarships are available for English language studies. Students enrolled at NIC may choose to live on-campus, off-campus or through homestay arrangements. For more information regarding admission requirements, program information and how to apply, please visit the NIC website at http://www.nic.nsw.edu.au or contact us at: Contact Details Newcastle International College Level 3, GP Building The University of Newcastle University Drive Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia Tel: +61 (0)2 4921 8888 Fax: +61 (0) 2 49212094 E: info@nic.nsw.edu.au CRICOS Provider Code 03293B Newcastle International College
  12. 12. The University of Newcastle, Australia is a progressive international university and one of Australia’s leading research institutions. We are ranked: Australian top 10 universities for research funding and outcomes Ranked 59th University in the Asia-Pacific (Shanghai Jiao Tong University Academic Ranking 2010) 100th university in the world for life sciences and biomedicine 112th university in the world for engineering and I.T. (QS World University Rankings 2010) The City of Newcastle was ranked ninth in the Lonely Planet Guide Top Ten Cities to visit in 2011 Established in 1965, the University currently has a student population of over 35,500, including over 7,800 international students from 80 countries spread across its campuses in Newcastle, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, and Singapore, and nearly 4000 students studying online across the globe. The University has also established a presence in Sydney, offering Postgraduate Business and Accounting programs as well as ELICOS. Our Language Centre is fully equipped with an excellent reputation throughout Australia for the quality of its ELICOS teaching and has been one of Australia’s foremost centres for English language training for over twenty years. The centre is also an official test centre for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Programs offered: The University offers over a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, delivered via five Faculties - Business and Law; Education and Arts; Engineering and Built Environment; Health; and Science and Information Technology. We also offer exciting and challenging Postgraduate coursework and research programs, available on-campus and some by distance or online. The University has a vibrant research culture and has enjoyed strong and increasing success in research performance. We hold a unique place in the Australian higher education sector as the most research-intensive university outside of an Australian capital city. Our research strengths lie in the important areas of health, energy and the environment, as well as science and engineering. Contact Details Web: www.newcastle.edu.au www.international.newcastle.edu.au Email: international@newcastle.edu.au Tel: +61 2 4921 6595 CRICOS Provider Code 00109J The University of Newcastle
  13. 13. Diploma and Degrees at TAFE NSW Institutes TAFE NSW – Your success in our Top Priority TAFE NSW is Australia’s largest government owned vocational provider with 130 campuses in Sydney and NSW. TAFE NSW Institutes have an impressive track record with international students. Graduates achieve success in professional and personal pursuits and are equipped for globally competitive labour markets. Whether you want to train for a specific career, or to further your studies at an Australian university, TAFE NSW Institutes can provide you with quality education, practical training and a great study location. TAFE NSW Diploma-to-Degree (D2D) university pathway programs allow students to enter a Bachelor Degree program with guaranteed credit at leading universities in Sydney and NSW. Students receive a double qualification and take advantage of lower TAFE NSW semester tuition fees. TAFE NSW offers over 300 Certificate to Diploma courses in the following areas: • Accounting and Business (D2D) • Hospitality and Tourism (D2D) • Aged Care • Information Technology (D2D) • Building and Construction • Laboratory Technology (D2D) • Children Services (D2D) • Marketing and Management (D2D) • Dental Studies • Nursing (D2D) • Design, Fine Arts and Fashion • Telecommunications • Electronics and Communications • Wall and Floor Tiling • Engineering Studies (D2D) • Welfare English language courses offered at seven TAFE NSW English Language Centres. A TAFE NSW Degree is a valued tool for building your future career. TAFE graduates are valued by employers and are ready for the workplace. What are the benefits of studying with TAFE NSW Higher Education? Affordable course fees Small class sizes and industry expert lecturers Post study work rights Great career and employment opportunities Contact Details www.studyintafe.edu.au CRICOS provider name: TAFE NSW: Technical & Further Education Commission CRICOS provider code: 00591E Course Name and Code Duration Intake Total Tuition Fees Associate Degree in Accounting - 20522 CRICOS Code: 077961C 2 years February/July 2013 A$26,000 Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) - 20501 CRICOS Code: 071917M 3 years February 2013 A$52,800 Bachelor of Early Childhood Education & Care (Birth-5) 20510 CRICOS Code: 075653J 4 years February/July 2013 A$48,000 Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security) 20524 CRICOS Code: 075370J 3 years February/July 2013 A$38,400 Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation - 20520 CRICOS Code: 075731M 3 years February/July 2013 A$48,000 Bachelor of Applied Finance CRICOS Code: 075370J 3 years February/July 2013 A$36,000 (Financial Planning) 20521
  14. 14. Taylors College is a well-established, leading college in Australia which provides world-class, specialised programs in university preparation and secondary school education. With over 90 years’ experience in the education industry, our aim is simple – to enable our students to enter the degree program they choose, at their preferred university, so they can have the career they want. This philosophy, combined with our expertise, has enabled us to evolve into Australia’s leading university preparation establishment. At Taylors, all our programs are practical, results-oriented and designed around the student. Our students are carefully and individually guided so they can achieve their goals through a supportive environment of teaching excellence, mentoring and shared success. Our programs include: • University Foundation Programs – preparing students for their studies at either The University of Sydney or The University of Western Australia. • Taylors Diploma of Commerce – providing an alternative pathway to The University of Western Australia’s Bachelor of Commerce. The Diploma of Commerce is equivalent to first year of the Bachelor of Commerce and on successful students are guaranteed entry into second year of a UWA Business School major (Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Management). • High School Programs: Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12 • Taylors English Language Preparation (TELP) Scholarships are available for High school Program, The University of Sydney Foundation Program, The University of Western Australia Foundation Program, and Taylors Diploma of Commerce. Contact Details Website: http://www.taylorscollege.edu.au/ Provider Name: Study Group Australia CRICOS Provider Codes: 01682E (NSW), 01963G (WA) Provider Name: Taylors Institute of Advanced Studies CRICOS Provider Codes: 01160J (VIC), 01781B (NSW) Provider Name: The University of Sydney CRICOS Provider Code: 00026A
  15. 15. UNSW Australia (The University of New South Wales) is not just one of the best universities in Australia – we’re in the top 100 worldwide. Ranked 52nd in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2013, UNSW is a founding member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of Australia's leading research-intensive universities, as well as a member of the prestigious international network Universitas 21. We are also a member of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities network (APRU), a network of 44 leading research-intensive universities in the Asia-Pacific region. Our University is globally recognised for cutting-edge teaching, research, state-of-the-art facilities and quality of student life. Our graduates are highly sought after by employers and amongst the highest paid in Australia. We boast the largest number of millionaire alumni of any university in Australia, according to Spear's WealthInsight 2014, and we have educated more CEOs from Australia's top 50 companies, according to research by Leading Company 2012. UNSW is the first university in the world to be awarded five star plus rating by QS Intelligence Unit in 2012 based on assessment areas such as innovation, culture, student engagement and facilities. And we retained the same five star plus rating again in 2013. We also scored the maximum five-star rating for twelve key performance indicators such as getting a job, starting salaries, studenttostaffratiosandpositivegraduateoutcomesinthe2014 Good Universities Guide, more than any other university in Australia. We attract high-achieving students from across Australia and around the world. And with over 13,000 international students frommorethan120differentcountries,wehaveoneofAustralia’s most diverse student populations. Sydney’s high quality of living and vibrant student mix has been recognised as the top city for international students in Australia. A wide range of degree programs are offered here, as well as pre-university/foundation studies and English language courses. There are more than 900 degree programs available ranging from undergraduate programs to postgraduate coursework programs and postgraduate research programs. Programs are offered through the faculties of: Arts and Social Sciences; Built Environment; Australian School of Business; College of Fine Arts; Engineering; Law; Medicine; Science and UNSW Canberra at Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA). Our main campus is located on a 38-hectare site at Kensington, within easy reach of Sydney’s city centre, and only five minutes away from Coogee beach, which makes us the closest university to an ocean beach in Australia. Other major campuses are the College of Fine Arts, in the cosmopolitan suburb of Paddington, and UNSW Canberra at ADFA. All three campuses provide a vibrant educational and communal environment. UNSW is a world-class university that Never Stands Still. Contact Details UNSW Hanoi Representative Office 5th Floor, HAREC Building, 4A Lang Ha, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam Tel: +84 4 3772 7337/8; Fax: +84 4 3772 7339 Email: info.hn@unsw.edu.vn UNSW HCMC Branch Representative Office 5th Floor, Lucky Star Building, 102 Bis Le Lai District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Tel: +84 8 925 2679; Fax: +84 8 925 6765 Email: info.hcmc@unsw.edu.vn www.unsw.edu.au CRICOS Provide Code: 00098G
  16. 16. The University of Sydney Why choose us? The University of Sydney is one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious universities. Established in 1850, it is Australia’s first university, and a member of the ‘Group of Eight’, Australia’s premier researchintensiveuniversities.Itisrankedinthetop100 universities in the world and amongst the top three in Australia. Our current enrolment of approximately 49,000 students (including almost 11,000 international students representing 130 nationalities), enjoy an academic experience of the highest quality. Study at Sydney We are located in Sydney, Australia’s most dynamic, exciting and culturally diverse city. Heritage-listed, sandstone buildings stand side by side with ultra- modern sophisticated ones on our main campus, which is surrounded by green park lands. We are also conveniently situated within close proximity to the city’s Central Business District and also to Sydney’s world-renowned, stunning ocean beaches. We offer the most comprehensive range of degrees, majors and individual subject choices of any university in Australia, taught in 16 Faculties across eight campuses. Areas of study include Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Architecture, Design and Planning, Arts, Social Sciences, Dentistry, Economics, Business, Education, Social Work, Engineering, Information Technologies, Health Sciences, Law, Medicine, Music, Nursing, Midwifery, Pharmacy, Science, Veterinary Science and Visual Arts. Our academic and teaching resources include Australia’s largest university library, and state-of-the-art technical, computing and research facilities. We offer the widest range of research programs in Australia and are one of the top recipients of Australian government research funding. Our alumni include many high profile graduates placed in prominent and influential positions in both the public and private sectors across the world. Our faculty is a mix of local and internationally recruited academics with extensive teaching, business and industry expertise. They bring years of knowledge gained from research in their respective fields into the classroom, providing students with a stimulating academic environment. We have an exceptional staff/student ratio with smaller, more personal classes, allowing our lecturers to cater to the students’ individual needs. The extra- curricular sporting and recreational amenities, clubs and societies available to our students are second to none. Our student support services have been rated as the best at any Australian university. Since its inception, The University of Sydney has built an enviable reputation for quality, credibility and integrity, and is held in high esteem by its students, staff, alumni, business, industry and government. We are committed to maximizing the potential of everyone in the global community we serve, seeking to develop curious minds that embrace challenge and change. We help seek knowledge, reveal new perspectives and devise solutions. Over the past 160 years, we have maintained a long and proud tradition of excellence in education, and are relentless in our efforts to provide a fertile environment where the brightest minds flourish. Contact Details International Office Level 4, Jane Foss Russell Bldg (G02) The University of Sydney NSW 2006 Australia Tel: +61 2 8627 8300 Email: io.info@sydney.edu.au Web: www.sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice CRICOS provider code: 00026A
  17. 17. Think Education Group includes some of Australia’s most respected colleges. Our diverse range of specialist disciplines cover; Hospitality, Tourism, Design, Marketing, Natural Therapies and Beauty. We are located throughout Australia’s most beautiful citieswithcampusesinSydney,Melbourne,BrisbaneandtheGold Coast. Our multi-cultural student population creates a truly rewarding learning experience for our students. Approximately 70% of our students are Australian with our international students from more than 60 countries. We are unique in that we offer both Higher Education and Vocational qualifications in our specialist colleges. Studying at a THINK college, your career starts on day one. Why choose Think? Your career starts on day one with practical experience Higher education and Vocational courses Specialist academic support services throughout your study Ability to accelerate your Bachelor degree in 2 years for some courses Paid industry placements of up to 900 hours for some courses Excellent graduate employment rate of up to 95% All our teachers are industry experts Specialist English language courses for your area of study William Blue College of Hospitality Management Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Bachelor of Business (Event Management) Bachelor of Business (Tourism & Hospitality) with La Trobe University Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Event Management) Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Hotel Management) Billy Blue College of Design Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication) Bachelor of Applied Design (Digital Media) Bachelor of Applied Design (Branded Environment) Bachelor of Applied Design (Commercial Interior) Bachelor of Applied Design (Residential Interior) Bachelor of Applied Design (Branded Fashion) Certificate lll in Design Fundamentals CATC Design School Diploma of Commercial Arts (Graphic Design) Diploma of Commercial Arts (Interior Decoration and Design Diploma of Photoimaging APM College of Business and Communication Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Event Management) Diploma of Marketing Australian National College of Beauty Diploma of Beauty Therapy (Spa Treatments) Diploma of Beauty Therapy (Electrolysis) International Certification in Beauty and Spa Australasian College of Natural Therapies Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy Advanced Diploma of Nutritional Medicine Diploma of Fitness CertifatelV in Fitness Certificate lll in Fitness Diploma of Sport Development Diploma of Remedial Massage Certificate lV in Massage Therapy Practice Contact Details Balthazar Boutry bboutry@think.edu.au +61 (0) 2 9925 1697 www.think.edu.au CRICOS Provider: 00246M (NSW), 03107J (QLD), 03252M (VIC) Think Education Group
  18. 18. The University of New England has again achieved a five-star (maximum) rating for “overall graduate satisfaction” in the Good Universities Guide for 13 of the past 14 years – an achievement matched by no other Australian university UNE has one of Australia’s lowest staff to student ratios. At UNE students have the opportunity to communicate directly with academic staff and classmates which promotes learning, increases discussion and develops a greater understanding of the study area. This type of interaction between academic staff and students develops a strong sense of belonging and an attitude of support among peers. UNE is one of Australia’s oldest universities with a 70 year reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. As one of Australia’s oldest universities, UNE has a 70 year reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. Over 80 000 people now hold UNE qualifications, with many in senior positions in Australia and overseas. UNE is a multicultural university with students from over 80 nationalities studying on campus. UNE has many academic and social facilities on campus including library facilities; learning and teaching facilities; shopping and banking facilities; newsagency and postal facilities; and sporting and entertainment facilities including twelve hectares of playing fields, tennis and squash courts, a heated swimming pool, fully equipped weights gymnasium and other indoor recreation facilities. Support services offered to international student’s on-cam- pus include English language and study skills programs, welfare and advisory services, counselling, health, student clubs and societies and places of religious worship (including a mosque where students can purchase halal food). International Services provide services to international students including an Orientation Program, Airport Reception, Health Cover Assistance, Accommodation Assistance, Language and Academic Support, Community Services, Family Support and Assistance, Visa renewals and work permits, counselling, Friendship Family program and information and assistance for finding part-time employment. UNE offers a wide variety of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the below areas. UNE also has significant research opportunities at both Masters and PhD levels. With a wealth of research knowledge and supervisors, as well as over 40 University Research Centres based on campus, including 5 Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) and Joint Ventures with NSW Industry and Innovation, UNE offers international research students an outstanding higher education opportunity. For more information on our research strengths see www.une.edu.au/imp/about/research.php. Areas of Study at UNE Accounting • Agriculture • Banking, Finance and Commerce • Botany • Computer Science • Education • Exercise Physiology and Sport Science • Geology and GeoScience • Languages • Marketing • Music • Peace Studies • Physiology • Religious Studies • Rural Science • Theatre Studies • Agribusiness • Agronomy • Biomedical Science • Business • Criminology • English • Geography and Planning • Health Science and Management • Law • Mathematics • Natural Resources Management • Philosophy • Political Studies • Rural Science • Social Work • Urban and Regional Planning • Agricultural Economics • Animal Science • Biotechnology • Chemistry • Economics • Environmental Science and Management •Genetics•History•Management•MediaandCommunications • Nursing • Physics • Psychology and Sociology • Science • Teaching and TESOL • Zoology Contact Details Gabrielle Rolan Director, UNE Interntional University of New England Armidale NSW 2351 Australia Phone 61 2 6773 2845 Mobile 61 (0) 459836419 Facsimile 61 2 6773 3325 Email grolan@une.edu.au Website: www.une.edu.au UNE CRICOS Provider 00003G Univesity of New England
  19. 19. University of Technology Sydney & UTS:INSEARCH The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is a contemporary university offering a practice-based learning environment in world-class facilities. UTS is ranked 1st in Australia and 20th in the world for universities under 50 years of age in the latest QS Top 50 Under 50. UTS is also ranked 24th in the ‘Top 100 most international universities’ by Times Higher Education in 2014. At UTS, students place their knowledge in a real-world context, through major projects, group work and real-life case studies. Our courses are continually updated to reflect relevant developments in research, technology and industry. UTS:INSEARCH offers a range of 16, 12 and 8 month diplomas which can provide international students guaranteed entry into the second year of a corresponding UTS degree (subject to successful completion with no more than two subject failures). UTS: INSEARCH also offers leading Academic English Programs as well as UTS Foundation Studies. UTS and INSEARCH are located in the heart of the vibrant and culturally diverse city of Sydney. The City campus is a five minute walk from Central Station, Sydney’s major transport hub. Strengths and research areas, and key courses offered by UTS UTS offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as study abroad and research programs across the following study areas: • Business • Communication • Creative Intelligence and Innovation • Design, Architecture and Building • Education • Engineering • Health • Information Technology • International Studies • Law • Pharmacy • Science UTS collaborates closely with industry and research organisations with a focus on applied, impact-driven research, to find practical solutions to issues of national and international importance. UTS research is divided into six theme areas: • Future services, industries and productivity • Communication and intelligent system • Health futures • Sustainability and the built environment • Creative industries and civil societies • Business innovation Student services and facilities UTS provides comprehensive support services for international students, including English language and academic support, a multi-faith prayer room, careers counselling and health and housing services. There are also over 100 clubs and societies, as well as peer network programs to encourage students to make connections with others from Australia and around the world. UTS is creating a vibrant campus of the future. Opening in 2014, the new Engineering and IT Building will feature an advanced data arena and software design studio. The new Science and Graduate School of Health Building, opening in 2015, will include a ‘super lab’, one of only two in Australia. UTS’s cutting-edge facilities also include a range of study spaces for collaborative learning, a Multi-Purpose Sports Hall and one of the most technologically capable libraries in the southern hemisphere. Contact Details: UTS UTS International University of Technology, Sydney PO Box 123 Broadway NSW 2007, Australia Email: international@uts.edu.au Website: www.uts.edu.au/international UTS CRICOS Provider Code: 00099F UTS:INSEARCH PO Box K1085 Haymarket NSW 1240, Australia Email: courses@insearch.edu.au Website: www.insearch.edu.au INSEARCH CRICOS Provider Code: 00859D Note: INSEARCH is a wholly controlled entity of UTS. INSEARCH is a registered non-self-accrediting higher education institution and a pathway provider to UTS.
  20. 20. The University of Western Sydney (UWS) is a modern, progressive university committed to providing relevant courses for today’s rapidly changing world. We aim to ‘Bring Knowledge to Life’ by combining academic study with hands-on practical experience. With a contemporary approach to study and strong links with industry, UWS offers degrees that are up-to-date with what’s happening in the real world and gives you plenty of opportunities to gain hands-on experience in real-life situations: on campus or within industry. With a student population of over 40,000, UWS is one of the largest universities in Australia. UWS is an urban multi-site university with six campuses spread across Greater Western Sydney: Bankstown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, Nirimba (Blacktown), Parramatta and Penrith. Modern, green and friendly, the campuses provide a welcoming study environment and are served by both public transport and major roads. Academic Programs Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are offered from the following areas of study: Agriculture, Horticulture and Food Science; Arts; Business; Computing and Information Technology; Creative and Communication Arts; Engineering, Construction and Industrial Design; Environment; Forensics, Policing and Criminology; Law; Languages, Interpreting and Translation; Medicine; Nursing and Health Sciences; Psychology; Sciences; Social Sciences; Teaching/Education; and Tourism and Hospitality. Academic Entry requirements www.uws.edu.au/international/admissions Admission to UWS is highly competitive and you must satisfy the academic and English language proficiency requirements of the University. Please refer to website for specific information. Research at UWS www.uws.edu.au/research UWS is also a hub of research activity providing sustainable solutions to real-world problems of the 21st century. UWS has a vibrant and dynamic research culture with multidisciplinary research undertaken across a diverse range of areas including culture, society, health and the environment. UWS fosters excellence in training of future research leaders in cutting edge technologies and methods. Services and Facilities www.uws.edu.au/international/support.html We have a dedicated team at UWS International to support and advise all international students - to assist you achieve your personal, academic and ultimate career goals. In addition, once you arrive in Australia, an airport reception, and a comprehensive orientation program are offered to help you settle into UWS and living in Australia. UWS students enjoy access to premium-standard learning facilities, excellent libraries, laboratories and state-of-the-art equipment. Facilities include a community television station, music recording studios, a traditional Chinese medicine dispensary, a robotics facility and innovative research centres to name a few. Accommodation www.uws.edu.au/international/accommodation UWS offers a wide range of accommodation on each campus, providing you with high quality, affordable accommodation that gives a rich and balanced living and learning environment. Pathways to university - UWSCollege www.uwscollege.edu.au UWSCollege is wholly-owned by UWS and is the University’s preferred provider of English language, University Foundation Studies and Diploma courses to prepare students for university. StudentsatUWSCollegearealreadypartoftheUWScommunity and have access to the University’s wide range of education, leisure and social activities. Contact Details Tel: + 61 2 9852 5499 Email: internationalstudy@uws.edu.au Website: www.uws.edu.au/international UWS CRICOS Provider Code: 00917K UWSCollege CRICOS Provider Code 02851G
  21. 21. University of Wollongong University of Wollongong At the University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia, we strive to connect bright minds with the best possible insights and research to create a generation of thinkers. Academic Excellence - Ranked in the Top 2% of universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2013/2014, Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012/2013, Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)) 2013) Graduate Outcomes – Ranked in the Top 100 universities in the world for global graduates (6th year in a row that employers have ranked our graduates in the top 100 universities in the world – QS World University Rankings Graduate Employers Survey 2013) Study areas: Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees are offered in the following areas: • Business • Engineering & Information Sciences • Law, Humanities & the Arts • Science, Medicine & Health • Social Sciences Scholarships: UOW offers a range of generous full and partial Scholarships for high achieving Vietnamese students. Good Universities Guide ranks UOW as the top ranked university for educational experience in Australia Not only has UOW achieved many awards for the quality of its teaching, our teaching staff includes a number of national and international subject leaders. The high quality of teaching at UOW has led to us being a top-ranked university for educational experience in the 2014 Good Universities Guide.* *In the ‘educational experience’ category UOW scored 14 out of 15 stars for ‘Staff-student ratios’, ‘staff qualifications’ and ‘student retention’. Wollongong is an affordable university city, within reach of Sydney The City of Wollongong is located just 90 minutes south of Sydney – close enough to be within the daily reach of the Sydney CBD, but without the rush, crush and expense of a big city. It is a coastal city with a mild climate and a quality of life that’s hard to beat. It’s an ideal learning environment that helps you get the most out of your studies. Furthermore, Wollongong’s cost of living is significantly lower than in Australia’s larger cities (such as Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane). There are a range of accommodation options for differentbudgets,including university-managed accommodation, homestay and private rentals. The Gong Shuttle Bus provides free transport to the university campus and around the city 7 days a week. UOW’s Tuition fees are also very competitive, especially considering this institution is respected as an excellent university, with its calibre confirmed by international rankings. Sydney Business School: UOW’s Sydney Business School (SBS) offers postgraduate and niche undergraduate business courses from both its city campus in the heart of Sydney CBD and the Main UOW Campus in Wollongong. SBS is among the Top 200 Business Schools in the world and is one of the Top 5 in Australia. ** **TopMBA Global 200 Business Schools Report 2013/2014 Research: UOW has built its successful research reputation by focusing on research strengths grouped by 5 Research themes: Environmental Sustainability; Innovative Materials, Engineering and Manufacturing; Health and Medical Research; Information and Mathematical Sciences; and, Society, Policy and Culture. Visit our website for details of research student opportunities, including 3- or 4-year PhD and Professional Doctorate programs. UOW College Located on the University campus, UOW College offers a range of quality English language and academic pathway (Foundation, Diploma) courses. UOW College provides partial tuition scholarships for Vietnamese students. Contact Details Phone: +61 2 4221 3218 Email: uniadvice@uow.edu.au Address: UniAdvice, University of Wollongong, NSW, 2522, Australia Website: www.uow.edu.au/future/international/vietnam UOW CRICOS: 00102E; UOW College CRICOS 02723D
  22. 22. Box Hill Institute Over 37,000 students can’t be wrong - Box Hill Institute is the place to study in the 21st century. Over 1000 international students, from more than 50 countries and territories, choose Box Hill Institute as their preferred place to study. They gain knowledge and skills that can lead to an exciting career or further study opportunities at university. Location Box Hill Institute was established in 1924 and is located in Victoria, in the Melbourne metropolitan area, on several campuses around Box Hill. All campuses are within walking distancefromoneanotherandthecityisonly27minutesawayby train. There is also direct access to buses and trams. Box Hill is very multicultural and a pleasant place in which to live and study. Box Hill is well serviced by shopping centres, health services, religious centres, restaurants, sporting arenas and parks Box Hill Institute offers 3 year Bachelor Degrees in Early Childhood; Library and Information Management, Computer Systems; Biotechnology and Innovation; Hospitality Management; Applied Music; Commerce, Fashion, Fashion Merchandising and 2 year Associate Degrees in Commerce; Computer Systems; Biotechnology and Hospitality Management. Bachelor and Associate degree programs offer great value from AUD $15,600 to AUD $17,360per year. Popular Career Courses Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Computer Systems Diploma of Hospitality, specialising in Commercial Cookery / Patisserie Diploma in Nursing (Enrolled-Division 2 Nursing) Diploma of Children’s Services Diploma of Automotive Technology Other specialist programs are offered at Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma levels English Language (ELICOS) Science and Laboratory Technology Business programs Beauty Information & Computer Technology Fashion Studies Tourism Hospitality Hotel & Management & many more Tuition fees: Most of our formal courses cost between AUD$11,900 - AUD$17,620 per year Our ELICOS English language courses offer great value at only AUD$310 per week Support services The Institute provides a range of services to support international students, including general welfare support and counselling along with information for further studies. Services include: Free airport pick-up service Free accommodation placement service Free study support programs Accommodation options: homestay (full board) / homestay (partboard) . Further studies opportunities Graduates from Box Hill Institute may apply for further studies at many Australian universities. Students who have successfully completed a Diploma or Advanced Diploma may receive up to 1½ years credit towards University or Box Hill Institute Bachelor Degrees. Contact Details International Student Services Building 09, Ground Floor, Elgar Campus 465 Elgar Road, Box Hill, Victoria, 3128, Australia Postal Box Hill Institute of TAFE International Student Services Private Bag 2014, Box Hill, Victoria 3128 Australia Phone: +61 3 9286 9425 Fax: +61 3 9286 9334 Email: international@boxhill.edu.au Website: www.boxhill.edu.au CRICOS Provider No. 02411J
  23. 23. Deakin University is relevant, innovative, and responsive in all its activities. Scholastic excellence, top quality research, industry partnerships and tailored courses attract students from all around the world. A member of Universities Australia and the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Deakin’s degrees are recognised by universities worldwide. With campuses in Melbourne, Geelong and Warrnambool, Deakin success fully combines traditional values of excellence in teaching and research with an attitude that challenges conventional practices and produces new ways of developing and delivering courses. Courses are designed with maximum flexibility to enable students to choose specialist areas and maximise employment opportunities. Industry placements or internships are a feature of many Deakin courses, allowing students to form industry networks and gain valuable workplace experience before graduating, ensuring our graduates are job-ready and in demand. Deakin prides itself on being a student-centered University, dedicated to providing students with support, advice and encouragement in addition to the opportunity to obtain a quality Australian degree. Throughout your studies and beyond, Deakin University will help you grow academically, socially and professionally. Courses, strengths and research areas of Deakin University Deakin University’s strengths include: Degrees structured closely with industry Strong research profile, focused in three major themes: frontier science and technology, health and wellbeing, and strengthening Australian society Graduate Medical School entry The first Australian university to win the prestigious University of the Year award twice Degrees are recognised worldwide by other universities and professional associations Choose from coastal campus locations near the world famous Great Ocean Road or in Melbourne, Australia's cosmopolitan capital Deakin University English Language Institute offering 5-45 week programs as a pathway to Deakin Internship/practical placements available for many academic areas from Business to Nursing, and Environmental Science to Sociology. Deakin has established itself as a leader in many fields of research including: Advanced materials Biotechnology Built environment Ageing and chronic illness Citizenship and globalisation Intelligent systems Natural resource management Physical activity and nutrition Education Social and mental health. Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are offered in: Architecture and built environment Arts, humanities and social sciences Business and law Education Engineering Health Information technology Media, communication and creative arts Medicine Nursing and midwifery Nutrition and dietetics Psychology Science and environment Sport Student services and facilities: Deakin prides itself on being a student centered University. Services for international students include: Airport reception International orientation program International Student Advisers Peer support program Study and support Counselling and personal support Emergency financial support Medical centre Religious services and prayer rooms Clubs and societies Disability support Bookshops Libraries 24-hour computer laboratories Industry placements or internships. Contact Details Deakin International Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus 221 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria 3125, Australia Website: www.deakin.edu.au/international Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code 00113B Deakin University
  24. 24. (MIBT)isapopularchoiceforbothAustralianandInternational students as an alternative entry to university studies and a pathway to second year university studies. MIBT and Deakin University have been in partnership since 1996 providing MIBT students access to over 70 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Deakin University. MIBT is committed to helping students achieve success and to reach their academic goals. They are supported by qualified staff and quality teaching. Free additional study support workshops are offered to assist students with study and writing skills, assignment preparation and examination techniques. Our student support service also provides students with additional academic resources and pastoral care during their study at MIBT. Location MIBT courses are conducted on three of Deakin University’s campuses – Melbourne Burwood Campus, Geelong Waterfront Campus and Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus. Being located on campus enables students to access and enjoy all facilities and services, creating a smoother transition to their degrees at Deakin. Convenient Start Dates MIBT offers three trimesters within one calendar year. Trimester commence in: March, June and October Courses Pre University Level Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation Program Duration: Fast-track – 8 months, Standard – 12 months The Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation Program is equivalent to upper secondary school (Year 12) and other university foundation programs. It is designed to prepare students for further study in the MIBT Diploma courses and into the first year of selected Deakin University degrees. The Certificate offers streams in business, engineering, health sciences/nursing, information technology, mass communication and science. University undergraduate level MIBT Diplomas Duration: Fast-track – 8 months, Standard – 12 months MIBT offers Diplomas in: Commerce, Computing, Engineering, Health Sciences, Management, Media and Communication and Science. Diploma programs are equivalent to first year university studies and prepare student for entry into second year of the relevant Deakin University Bachelor degree. University postgraduate level Postgraduate Qualifying Program (Business and Law) Duration: 4 month The Postgraduate Qualifying Program (PQP) is designed to provide a quality pathway to Deakin University’s postgraduate programs in Business. MIBT Advantages Study on a University campus 3 intakes per year (March, June, October) Options to fast track your program Entry to second year university and first year postgraduate studies Articulation and university recognition Small lecture and tutorial groups Free English and Academic support Access to all Deakin University facilities and services Contact Details Melbourne Institue of Business and Technology At Deakin University 221 Burwood Highway Burwood VIC 3125 Australia Tel: +61 3 9244 5197 Fax: +61 3 9244 5198 Email: mibt@deakin.edu.au Website: www.mibt.vic.edu.au CRICOS Codes: 01590J (MIBT), 00113B (Deakin University) Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology
  25. 25. Originating in 1870, the Federation University Australia (FedUni) is the third oldest government educational institution in Australia. FedUni is the result of an exciting collaboration between the University of Ballarat and Monash University’s Gippsland Campus. Headquartered in Ballarat, FedUni have campuses in West and East of Victoria state of Australia. The name Federation University Australia reflects the partnerships, collaboration and co-operation among a federated network of campuses in regional Victoria, which collectively provide a new and different Australian university. FedUni is a multi-sector, multi-campus, and multi-locational institution, the only regional university in Victoria providing Higher- Education, technical and vocational programs as well as significant research opportunities, and several hundred programs across many fields of study. We are proudly of our profile as “regional in focus, national in scope and international in reach”. Federation University Australia is where success happens and where individuals and groups will continually learn to succeed. The main campus Mount Helen is located in the well-known historical city of Ballarat, which is about 120 km from the capital city of Melbourne in Victoria. Our Gippsland Campus is located only two hours southeast of the Melbourne CBD. It is within easy walking distance of the town of Churchill or just a bus ride from Morwell and Traralgon. With strategies and broader visions to develop beyond its geographic regional locations, UB has so far established successful and productive collaborations with institutions in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide across Australia and globally. We have a reputation for providing relevant, high quality programs in consultation with industry nationally and internationally in more personalised learning environments. As a result, we have achieved high ranking with five and four stars in the last four years in a row: • Highest 5-star for teaching quality *, • 4 stars for staff-student ratios, getting a job, graduate satisfaction, and cultural diversity * • With over 80% of graduates are employed full time ^, FedUni also achieved the highest result among all Victoria-based universities for being successful in preparing job-ready graduates. (Source: * The Good University Guide 2010/2011/2012/2013; ^ myuniversity.gove.au) FedUni is recognised nationally and internationally for the outcomes and impacts from its research centres • Centre for Environmental Management, • Centre for Informatics and Applied Optimization • Centre for Health and safe Sport • Centre for Regional Innovation and Competitiveness • The Nanya Station FedUni programs on offer to international students cover from Diploma to Bachelor, Master and PhD programs as well as research opportunities to both domestic and international students • Business, Commerce & Management • IT, Business Systems, Digital Media • Engineering (Mining, Civil, Mechanical) • Software Engineering • Science (Metallurgy, Environmental Management) • Food & Nutritional Science • Psychology • Nursing • Humanities & Social Sciences • Visual Arts & Performing Arts • Human Movement & Sports Sciences • Mathematical Science • Education (Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary) • Psychology & Health Science FedUni provide excellent teaching, sporting & accommodation facilities & services • UB Living (On-campus & off-campus residences) • Indoor heated swimming pool • The Toning Point Fitness Gym • Dance studio • Tennis courts • Spiritual Facilities • Student Learning Support Centre & Mentor Program • Health Centre • Student Clubs and Societies • University Library & Bookshop • Computer Labs (24/7 access) • Cafes • Fast wireless networks and student IT support • FREE Airport Pickup FedUni is proud of its friendly atmosphere, excellent teaching staffs, English speaking learning environment, affordable studying and living costs, offer international students genuine Australian study and life experiences. Contact Details Federation University Australia (FedUni) (Registered Provider Number: 00103D) PO Box 663, Ballarat, VIC 3353 Tel: +61 3 5327 9018 Email: international@federation.edu.au Website: www.federation.edu.au/international Chinese Language Website: www.federation-china.cn Weibo: http://weibo.com/universityofballarat Fedeartion University Australia
  26. 26. Holmesglen is internationally recognised as a leading provider of vocational and higher education in Australia. The institute enjoys a reputation as a centre of excellence and innovation in the design and delivery of quality educational programs. We offer an extensive range of courses using the most up-to-date instructional technologies, with all courses accredited by the Australian government. Holmesglen students enjoy outstanding facilities in all faculties and departments, having the opportunity to learn and develop in a stimulating, modern and safe study environment. Our four campuses are located in Chadstone, Moorabbin, Glen Waverley and City (St Kilda Road). Courses Offered: English Language Courses • General English Language Programs • Business English • Academic English • English for Accountants • English for Business Professionals • English for Engineers • English for Health Professionals • English for Teachers Holmesglen Bachelor Degree • Bachelor of Business (Accounting) • Bachelor of Business Administration • Bachelor of Nursing • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education • Bachelor of Sports Media • Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics • Bachelor of Building Surveying • Bachelor of Landscape Design • Bachelor of Business Studies* • Bachelor of Hotel Management* * Offered in association with Charles Sturt University Bachelor Degrees Offered By The University Of Canberra At Holmesglen • Bachelor of Business (Executive Administration) • Bachelor of Business (Marketing Management) • Bachelor of Commerce • Bachelor of Fashion (Apparel Engineering & Design) • Bachelor of Graphic Design • Bachelor of Hospitality Management • Bachelor of Information Technology • Bachelor of Justice Studies • Bachelor of Screen Production • Bachelor of Sports Management Certificates And Diplomas Business: Accounting, Administration, Banking, International Business,Marketing,Management,Human Resource Management Design and Arts: Graphic Design, Interior Design, Screen & Media, Fashion Design, Furniture Design Engineering: Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration, Metal Fabrication, Electronics Building: Building & Construction, Building Design, Building Surveying Hairdressing, Beauty and Fashion: Hairdressing, Beauty, Spa Management Health Sciences: Dental Technology, Laboratory Technology, Nursing, Pathology EnvironmentandHorticulture: Conservation&LandManagement, Horticulture Hospitality: Management, Cookery, Patisserie, Bakery Information Technology: Software Development, Networking, Digital Interactive Media Social Sciences: Children’s Services, Community Services Tourism, Recreation and Wellbeing: Events, Tourism, Sport and Recreation, Massage Therapy, Naturopathy Alsoavailableareanextensiverangeofservicestofulfilthecurrent and future needs of our students including: • Accommodation • Counselling services • Recreational activities • Professional recruitment services and coaching • An extremely popular social inclusion program Contact Details Email: intl@holmesglen.edu.au Website: www.holmesglen.edu.au CRICOS Provider Code: 00012G Holmesglen Institute
  27. 27. Kangan Institute is a large government owned training provider located in Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city. Kangan Institute specialises in training for the automotive, aerospace, fashion, health and nursing sectors. A broad range of courses are available from certificate to diploma and advanced diploma levels, with excellent pathways to Victorian universities. The Institute features a range of specialist training facilities and capabilities: the English Language Centre conveniently located in the centre of Melbourne; the award-winning Automotive Centre of Excellence; the Aviation Industry Training Centre – the only one of its kind in Victoria, and the cutting-edge Centre of Fashion set in Melbourne’s fashion and retail precinct. Study areas include: • English • Accounting • Aircraft Maintenance • Automotive • Business • Child Care • Fashion and Design • Information Technology • Management • Marketing • Nursing and health • Tourism The Institute is proud of its strong links to industry. Kangan Institute has formal articulation arrangements with several leading Victorian universities. Contact Details Institution Name: Kangan Institute Institution Type: Government Website: www.kangan.edu.au Institution Postal Address: PO Box 299, Somerton Vic 3062 Contact: International Services, Kangan International Email: international@kangan.edu.au Tel: +61 3 9279 2222 CRICOS Provider Code: 01218G Kangan Institute
  28. 28. RMIT University is a global university of technology and design, focused on creating solutions that transform the future for the benefit of people and their environments. RMIT has three campuses in Melbourne, Australia, and two in Vietnam. We offer programs through partners in Singapore, Hong Kong, mainland China, Malaysia, India and Europe. We enjoy research and industry partnerships on every continent. The University’s student population of 82,000+ includes 30,000 international students, of whom 12,000+ are taught onshore (Australia, Melbourne Campus) and 17,000+ are taught offshore (almost 6,000 at RMIT Vietnam). RMIT has been awarded the maximum 5 Star rating for excellence in higher education in the 2013 QS World University Rankings. Awards include a QS 5 Star rating in the categories of: • Employability • Teaching • Facilities • Infrastructure • Internationalization • Engineering & Technology • Engagement RMIT is also ranked as follows: • Ranked 87th in the world for graduate employability. • Top 20 universities in the world under 50 years old. • Ranked 12th in the world for the number of enrolled international students. RMIT Global industry connections RMIT is connected to industry worldwide, including companies such as Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Nestlé, IBM, Deloitte and Alcoa. The real-world focus of many RMIT degrees is extended through opportunities to gain overseas clinical and industry experience. The RMIT International Industry Experience and Research Program (RIIERP) is a unique collaboration between students, ompanies and academics that provides the opportunity to undertake six-month to 12-month placements in some of the world’s most influential organisations. Currently, 165 international companies are involved across Europe, Asia and North America. RMIT Research rankings In the 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) assessment undertaken by the Australian Research Council (ARC), RMIT was ranked among the top five universities in Australia for its research in areas such as Architecture, Design Practice, Building, Urban and Regional Planning, Aerospace Engineering and Condensed Matter Physics. In other disciplines such as Human Movement, Medical Physiology, Visual Arts, Electrical Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems, RMIT’s research is placed within the top 10. Programs are available at the diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the following study areas: • Advertising and public relations • Applied science • Arts and design • Architecture and planning • Aviation and aerospace • Biotechnology and laboratory medicine • Business and management • Computer science and IT • Criminal justice administration • Economics, finance and marketing • Engineering and related technologies • Environmental studies • Fashion and textiles • Film and television • MBA • Medical imaging and radiation therapy • Nursing, midwifery, osteopathy and health science • Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical science • Social science and social work • Telecommunication and networks RMIT Student Serivces From the moment you arrive in Melbourne, RMIT University offers you services and facilities to assist you with the transition to living in your new city and to student life. Services include airport pick-up, accommodation advisory service, academic support, English language support, referral to health services, child care, career development and employment and access to over 100 sport and recreational clubs. Contact Details RMIT University, GPO Box 2476 Melbourne VIC 3001 Australia Email: isu@rmit.edu.au Website: www.rmit.edu.au/international CRICOS Provider Code: 00122A RMIT University
  29. 29. La Trobe University is an internationally recognised University, consistently ranked among the top 500 universities in the world since 2003 (Academic Ranking of World Universities). The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011-2012 placed us within the top 400 universities, and the QS World University Rankings 2011-2012 placed us at 317 globally. In the recent 2012 Excellence in Research of Australia (ERA) rankings, La Trobe University was placed top 10 in Australia for its research. We now have 11 areas of research where we are rated well above world standard, including analytical chemistry, microbiology, physiology, nursing, archaeology and historical studies. Our students enjoy a lively campus atmosphere with a strong sense of community and diversity. We currently have more than 33,000 students, including over 6000 international students, studying on our seven campus locations. What can we offer you? AgriBio, the Centre for AgriBioscience The new A$288 million building - one of the best and biggest bioscience facilities in the world - is a joint initiative of the Victorian Government and La Trobe University at the Melbourne campus. La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science This A$94 million six-level research centre at the Melbourne campus aims to inspire and train the next generation of Australian scientists. LIMS is the University’s largest investment and will accommodate more than 400 researchers. La Trobe Rural Health School A new clinical teaching school and health sciences building at Bendigo have been completed as part of the A$88.9 million development. There are also new student accommodation buildings for regional placements around Victoria. A new City Campus The La Trobe MBA and Master of Management suite of programs will be offered at our brand new city campus. This purpose built campus has state-of-the-art teaching facilities, flexible seminar rooms, personal study areas, a board-room and the convenience of a central business district location at 360 Collins Street. We offer a wide range of programs in health sciences, business, economics and law, humanities and social sciences, education, science, technology and engineering. Scholarships: Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES) Academic Excellences Scholarships (AES) are awarded to international students commencing an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program. The scholarships are non-renewable tuition fee awards of A$10,000-20,000. (Applicants need to have achieved a minimum of 85% or equivalent in their previous degree/award). Postgraduate Research Scholarships International Postgraduate Research Scheme (IPRS) (A$24,653 in 2013) La Trobe University Fee Remission Research Scholarship (LTUFRRS) (A$22,960 -27,800 in 2013). The closing date for these highly competitive research scholarships is the 30th September of the previous year. South East Asia Scholarships (SEAS) South East Asia Scholarships (SEAS) are awarded to students with an overall GPA 70% or above in a recognised bachelor degree or for student who have achieved a overall IELTS score higher than required to be admitted to the course. These scholarships are non-renewable tuition fee awards of A$3000. ELICOS Scholarships ELICOS Scholarships are awarded to students who meet La Trobe University representatives at an exhibition or interview programs These scholarships are for 5 weeks ELICOS at La Trobe Melbourne (the equivalent of A$2050 in tuition fee). Contact Details For further information about la Trobe University’s scholarships and courses, please contact your agent or meet with a LaTrobe University representative at an exhibition or your agent’s office Latrobe.edu.au/international CRICOS Provider code: VIC 00115M NSW 02218k La Trobe University
  30. 30. La Trobe Melbourne is the direct pathway to La Trobe University. Operated by Navitas, La Trobe Melbourne is a global leader in the provision of education programs and services that offers a complete university experience within a personal, supportive environment at one of Victoria’s leading universities. La Trobe Melbourne’s Diploma courses are equivalent to La Trobe University’s first year bachelor degree. Located on campus at La Trobe University, La Trobe Melbourne delivers the following programs to international students: • General English • English for Further Studies • Foundation Studies • Diploma of Bioscience • Diploma of Business Administration • Diploma of Health Sciences • Diploma of Information Systems • Diploma of Mass Media and Communications Why Study at La Trobe Melbourne? 1. Fast-track degree pathway into one of Australia’s best universities 2. Intensive, 3 intakes each year 3. Small class sizes mean you get more personal attention from lecturers 4. Programs are moderated and assessed by the University Faculty 5. 36 years’ experience teaching English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students Contact Details La Trobe Melbourne La Trobe University Heidelberg West, Victoria AUSTRALIA Telephone: (613) 9479 2417 Facsimile: (613) 9479 3676 Email: study@latrobemelbourne.edu.au CRICOS 03312D La Trobe Melbourne
  31. 31. A GAURANTEED PATHWAY TO MONASH UNIVERSITY Monash is the only Go8 university offers various pathways: Monash Foundation Year or Monash College Diplomas Part 1 leading to 1st year and Monash College Diploma Part 2 leading to 2nd years Monash University. Monash is renowned for International student support network, research excellence, International advantage, Learning spaces & facility and Graduate/Student outcomes. Melbourne ranked world's most liveable city 3 times in a row and was given perfect scores for health care, education and infrastructure. Monash College Diplomas offered courses in 4 faculties: Art, Design & Architecture; Arts; Business & Economics; Engineering. Courses are offered to international and domestic students Monash College Diplomas Diplomas Part 1 (Equivalent to Australian Year 12) • Relevant subjects to your chosen field and your destination degree. • Develop strong skills in critical, analytical and creative thinking and a deep understanding of research techniques. Diploma Part 2 (equivalent to first year university). • Subjects are designed to build on the foundations from Part 1. • Develop the academic skills necessary to confidently succeed in a university degree. Close links with Monash University • Strong ties to destination degrees within the following Monash University faculties of Arts, Art & Design & Architecture, Business and Economics, Engineering. • Full access to University facilities including IT equipment, laboratories, libraries and student services. Monash college safety net If you do not qualify for a guaranteed place because of your marks, or if you do not wish to accept your Monash University offer, Monash College diplomas are accepted by a number of other universities. This is the Monash College "safety net". Subjects e.g. Diploma Part1 of Business (Commerce Stream): Accounting for Business, Introduction to Management, Introductory Mathematics for Commerce and IT, Additional Mathematics for Commerce, Introduction to Marketing, Data Analysis, Financial Decision Making, Introductory Macroeconomics, Media Studies A: Film Studies, Introductory Law, Intercultural Business Communication, Introductory Mathematics for Business, Introduction to Psychology, Introductory Economics, Applied Mathematics. Foundation Year The Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY) is one of the most highly regarded programs of its kind in Australia. Successful completion of MUFY will lead you to the 1st year of Monash University Bachelor Degree in one of 10 faculties. MUFY is accepted by all Australian universities for entry to first year. Study at a new, custom designed, and high tech campus in the heart of Melbourne. This campus has been developed specifically for students wishing to pursue studies at an Australian university, and allows for interaction with the community and use of Monash University faculties. MUFY Options • MUFY Standard: January, July: 34 weeks. • MUFY Intensive: March, September: 27 weeks. • MUFY Extended: March, September: 48 weeks MUFY Subjects Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English (compulsory), Fundamental Mathematics, Geography, Globalisation, Information and Communication Technology, Mathematics, Music, Physics. Support Monash College offers a wide range of student support services to enable you to achieve your best. These include Under 18 support, Recommended accommodation options, Airport reception, A comprehensive orientation program, Learning support, Student care, Health and Medical Counselling, Student activities, Places of worship, Safety and security. We look forward to meeting with you and discuss your best study options. Contacts Details Monash University 871 Dandenong Road Caulfield East, Victoria 3145, Australia Tel: +61 3 9903 4788 Email: hoa.levitas@monash.edu Or study@monash.edu CRICOS Codes: Monash University 00008C Monash College Pty Ltd 01857J Monash College

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