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ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

The University of Adelaide is one of Australia’s leading Group of Eight universities and is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world.

 

Established in 1874, the University of Adelaide is Australia’s third oldest university and an iconic Adelaide institution. The University has a strong reputation for research and teaching excellence and producing graduates that make an impact on the world. The University has produced 106 Rhodes Scholars, including Australia’s first indigenous winner, and 121 Fulbright Scholars with five Nobel Laureates among its alumni community.

 

The University of Adelaide is a comprehensive university, offering a broad range of undergraduate programs underpinned by world-class research and placing high priority on the student learning experience. The University’s strong reputation for providing quality face-toface instruction is backed up by excellent electronic resources including extensive online teaching tools.

 

With more than 25,000 students, the University is small enough to provide personal interaction with teaching staff, yet large enough to offer a wide range of programs, student support services and vibrant campus life. The University of Adelaide is strongly committed to international education, with around 30 per cent of international students from around 90 countries among its current student population. The annual Graduate Careers Australia survey places the university in the top tier of Australian universities for teacher quality, skills development and overall student satisfaction.

 

The University of Adelaide’s historic main campus is located in the centre of Adelaide city. It is the primary location for teaching undergraduate programs. The North Terrace Campus blends sandstone heritage with state-of-the-art facilities including the innovative $100 million engineering, computer and mathematical sciences building — awarded Australia’s first 6 Star Green Star rating for an education building — and a new student learning space, Hub Central, which has evolutionised the on-campus student environment, bringing learning and social spaces together in the heart of the campus.

Why Choose Eynesbury

WHY CHOOSE EYNESBURY

Eynesbury has been a registered provider of international programs for more than 20 years and has been successfully preparing students for study at the University of Adelaide since 1992.

 

The Eynesbury advantage


• Teaching excellence: Eynesbury teaching staff are specialists in their field and are among the most highly qualified and experienced teachersin Australia.


• Pre-university and undergraduate degree pathways: Eynesbury offers international students a comprehensive range of educational pathways to the University of Adelaide, including senior secondary studies, Foundation and Diploma programs.


• Learning environment: Eynesbury offers a learning environment that is extremely supportive and focused on individual student needs.  Eynesbury’s state‑of‑the‑art learning facilities means students have access to the tools required to achieve their academic potential.


• Small class sizes: Eynesbury’s academic classes usually have no more than 35 students and English language classes are restricted to a maximum of 18 students.


• Campus location: The Eynesbury Coglin Street and Franklin Street campuses are located in the heart of the city in close proximity to the Adelaide Central Market and Gouger Street restaurant precinct. The campuses are also within walking distance to the University of Adelaide.


• Campus facilities: Eynesbury campuses offer wireless technology throughout, kitchen facilities, quiet study areas, student computers and breakout areas for studying or relaxing.


• Accommodation: Adelaide is a safe and affordable place to live. Eynesbury’s dedicated accommodation team can organise airport pick-up, as well as accommodation allocation and referral services

 

 

 

 

 

About Pathway Education

ABOUT PATHWAY EDUCATION

An Undergraduate Pathway is a single course which is comprised of a series of stages (Stages 1-4) of study which on successful completion results in the award of a Bachelor's. A Postgraduate Pathway is a single course which is comprised of a series of stages of study (Stages 1 - 2) which on successful completion results in the award of a Master's Degree.

 

Foundation or Stage1

A pre degree programme for students who do not meet university entry requirements. Successful completion leads to progression to year 1 of a UK bachelor degree. The course includes both academic subjects as well as English Language.

In Australia the foundation is often known as – Otherwise also known as Certificate IV or Tertiary Access .The tertiary access is an accelerated program for more advanced students.

 

Diploma Year 1 - Stage 2 

Designed for students who fail to meet the entry requirements for direct entry, but who are still capable of studying at that level. Successful completion leads to the 2nd year of a UK bachelor degree programme. The course includes both academic subjects as well as English Language. Stages 3 and 4 comprise of the 2nd and 3rd year of an honours degree.

 

Graduate Diploma

A 2 term and accelerated 1 term programme is available for students who have a degree, but not one which is equivalent to a UK degree. Successful completion leads to direct entry to the master degree.

English Language - A presessional English Language programme is available for those who fail to meet the minimum English Language requirements. Please note visa regulations may differ in the cae of English Language entry.

 

Bachelor Degrees
Designed for students who have equivalnet to Australian Year 12 qualifications or who meet the minimum entry qualifications as outlined under entry requirements. Students who do not meet these requirements should follow the pathway entry.

 

Master Degrees

Designed for students who have equivalent to an Australian degree or who meet the minimum entry qualifications as outlined under entry requirements. Students who do not meet these requirements should follow the pathway entry.

 

Pathway Programmes

Undergraduate Pathways

 

Certificate IV/ Tertiary Access

Commerce
Information Technology
Hospitality

 

Foundation

Business
Science
Engineering
Health Sciences
Humanities
Science

 

Diploma (Degree Year 1)

Business
Computing and Information Technology
Engineering

 

Postgraduate Pathway

Not Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

 

Certificate IV/Foundation

HSC/intermediate certificate year 11                         

Diploma Stage 2

Successful completion of HSC/intermediate certificate (10+2) with average of 50%        

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

 

Foundation

IELTS (Academic)  5.0 (minimum 5.0 in individual bands for Mixed Certificate IV and Mixed Diploma)
TOEFL 500 (Paper), 45 (IBT) UoA and year 10, 51 (IBT) UniSA, 173 (Computer) and TWE 2
GCE 'O' Level  C5
GCE 'A' Levels B4

 

Diploma

IELTS Overall 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in individual band scores)
TOEFL 525 (Paper), 50 (IBT) UofA and years 11 and 12, 70 (IBT) UniSA, 195 (Computer) and TWE 3 3

GCE 'O' Level  C6
GCE 'A' Levels B4

                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dates and Prices


State Dates: Feb, July, October

Note: Some pathways may not be available throughout the year.

International Tuition Fees

Program 2015 Fees (A$)
Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program 17,760
Diploma of Business 23,200
Diploma of Computer and Information Technology 25,200
Diploma of Engineering 28,000
Standard Foundation Studies Program (FSP) 22,888
Extended Foundation Studies Program (FSP)  29,688
UniStart Stage 2 11,444
Secondary Senior Years 11 20,188
Secondary Senior Years 12 20,188
Junior Secondary Year 10 20,188
ELICOS 400 per week

International Tuition Fees

Program 2015 Fees (A$)
Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program 17,760
Diploma of Business 23,200
Diploma of Computer and Information Technology 25,200
Diploma of Engineering 28,000
Standard Foundation Studies Program (FSP) 22,888
Extended Foundation Studies Program (FSP)  29,688
UniStart Stage 2 11,444
Secondary Senior Years 11 20,188
Secondary Senior Years 12 20,188
Junior Secondary Year 10 20,188
ELICOS 400 per week

International Tuition Fees

Program 2015 Fees (A$)
Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program 17,760
Diploma of Business 23,200
Diploma of Computer and Information Technology 25,200
Diploma of Engineering 28,000
Standard Foundation Studies Program (FSP) 22,888
Extended Foundation Studies Program (FSP)  29,688
UniStart Stage 2 11,444
Secondary Senior Years 11 20,188
Secondary Senior Years 12 20,188
Junior Secondary Year 10 20,188
ELICOS 400 per week

 

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