January 28, 2015

Your Pathway to Success - Study Group Australia (Taylors College)

Australian National University College (ANUC)

  • ANU College (ANUC) is the English language and academic pathway provider for The Australian National University (ANU), Australia's highest ranked university and among the world's best.*
  • ANUC graduates generally perform better in their ANU degree programs than other international or domestic students.^
  • ANUC equips students with academic and research skills that are world class and to the standard ANU requires.
  • ANUC facilities are on ANU campus. Students have the opportunity to experience university life and meet both Australian and international students.
  • ANUC academic staff are highly qualifi ed. Most hold postgraduate qualifi cations and have international teaching experience.
  • Guaranteed entry to ANU degree programs upon successful completion of the ANUC Foundation program, and subject to meeting ANU’s entry requirements.
*2013 QS World University Rankings by Subject: Number 1 in Australia
** ANU College results since 2008 

Pathway to ANU 


There are two programs offered: FS Standard (2 semesters) and FSExtended (3 semesters).
FS Standard (2 semesters) - Comprises nine courses: Academic English, Advanced Academic English, Computer Applications and six academic content courses.
Intakes - February 2015 & July 2015
Students are assigned an academic stream according to their intended ANU degree pathway. This ensures all necessary prerequisites and assumed knowledge are completed before matriculation to university. 
  • Approximately 20 hours of face-to-face class time per week
  • Students must pass all first semester subjects (minimum grade of 50%) to be eligible to progress to semester two. 
FS Extended (3 semesters) - Requires students to successfully complete these compulsory subjects in their first semester: Foundation English; History of Maths; Communication Studies; and History Makers. 
Intakes - March 2015 & October 2015
  • Approximately 20 hours of face-to-face class time per week.
  • A minimum grade of 60% in each subject is required to continue the extended pathway.
The second and third semesters follow a similar ‘streamed’ structure and progress rules as the Foundation Studies Standard program.
Maths Courses
Designed for students with little or no maths skills, which serves as a pre-requisite for the Maths Bridging course.


Suitable for students needing to update or build upon their maths skills, be it for career development or preparation for tertiary studies in the fields of science, engineering or commerce.

English Language Courses
This course focuses on the general English skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.


ANU College offers two English Pathway courses - Access English Preparation (12 weeks) and Access English (10 weeks) - to improve English for University programs.


Scholarships

ANU College of Business and Economics International Merit Scholarship.
Each year the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) may award up to two half-tuition (50%) fee sponsorships to eligible ANU College Foundation Studies students. Students must accept an offer of degree study in the ANU College of Business and Economics to be eligible.
The scholarship is highly competitive and is awarded to students based on their academic performance in the ANU College Foundation Studies program.
More information about ANUC, view HERE

Flinders International Study Centre

  • Flinders University and Study Group are pleased to introduce the Flinders International Study Centre.
  • It's provide introductory academic, Foundation and Diploma programs for students who seek to qualify for, and enrol directly in Flinders undergraduate courses.

A true university experience
Situated on campus at Flinders University, Flinders International Study Centre offers an authentic university experience, including the opportunity to live on-campus. Students graduate fully prepared for all aspects of life as an undergraduate at Flinders University.

Personal
Our approach ensures your studies are always on track. You will benefit from a flexible system which allows for a more personalised timetable with individual tutorials. Our unique Study Smart online resource has also been designed to provide you with additional materials in areas where you may need specific help.


International
Our staff are highly skilled in dealing with the needs and requirements of international students. They will assist you in organising your studies, selecting the right university course and help with any personal difficulties you may encounter whilst living away from home.

Guaranteed pathway to a world-class degree

Successful completion of the Diploma at Flinders International Study Centre allows students to progress to Flinders University business or commerce degrees with credit.

Foundation Program

Guaranteed Entry 


Graduates of the Foundation Program have guaranteed entry to Flinders University, entering the first year of a range of undergraduate degrees. Entry is guaranteed upon meeting the necessary requirements, although a quota may be imposed for some programs.

Foundation Program students are guaranteed entry into the Diploma of Commerce at the Flinders International Study Centre upon achieving the necessary requirements. Diploma graduates who meet requirements are guaranteed entry to Year 2 of a range of undergraduate degrees in the Flinders Business School. 


To attain Satisfactory Completion, participants are required to successfully complete English (units A, B and C) and 6 discipline units with grades of 50% or higher. Students must include any pre-requisite subjects for Flinders University degrees or FISC diploma courses that they wish to study.

Program structure 


Flinders International Study Centre offers two Foundation Programs:

The Extended program is for those students who require a little more academic and English language preparation before commencing their tertiary level studies.

Diploma of Commerce

Guaranteed entry

Diploma of Commerce students are guaranteed entry into a range of undergraduate degrees in the Flinders Business School upon achieving the necessary requirements. Students can major in areas such as Accounting, Finance, International Business, Human Resource Management, Sustainability, Management and Marketing.

Credit transfers and exemptions

Graduates of the Diploma of Commerce may articulate into the Flinders Business School with one year of advanced standing.  Students will need to achieve pass levels of 50% in all eight units offered as part of the Diploma program, in order to receive course credits for articulation to second year degree studies at university level. If a student does not get a pass (50%) they cannot progress onto Flinders University.

Key facts

Duration - 8 months, over 2 trimesters of 14 weeks each
Program dates
  • Trimester 1 - NA for 2013
  • Trimester 2 - Orientation: 24 June, 2013. Program: 1 July - 27 September 2013
  • Trimester 3 - Orientation: 14 October, 2013. Program: 21 October - 24 January 2014
Class size - 20-25

Diploma of Science

Guaranteed Entry
The new FISC Diploma of Science program is designed specifically for students who do not satisfy the direct entry requirements for Engineering courses at Flinders University. It is equivalent to first year university level and successful completion guarantees articulation into the following Flinders University degrees with one year of credit:


Credit Transfers and Exemptions
Graduates of the Diploma of Science may articulate into the Flinders Engineering  School with one year of advanced standing.  Students will need to achieve pass levels of 50% in all eight units offered as part of the Diploma program, in order to receive course credits for articulation to second year degree studies at university level. If a student does not get a pass (50%) they cannot progress onto Flinders University.
Key facts
Duration - 12 months, over 3 trimesters of 14 weeks each 
OR 8 months, over 2 trimesters of 14 weeks each

Program dates
June commencement – 8 month
> Orientation: 16 June 2014
> Program: 23 June 2014 – 6 Feb 2015
Join Engineering degree in Semester 1, 2015


June commencement – 12 month
> Orientation: 16 June 2014
> Program: 23 June 2014 – 5 June 2015
Join Engineering degree in Semester 2, 2015



October commencement – 8 month
> Orientation: 13 October 2014
> Program: 20 Oct 2014 – 5 June 2015
Join Engineering degree in Semester 2, 2015



October commencement – 12 month
> Orientation: 13 October 2014
> Program: 20 Oct 2014 – 2 Oct 2015
Join Engineering degree in Semester 1, 2016



Class size - 20-25
More information about Flinders ISC, view HERE

High School, Sydney

  • Studying High School at Taylors provides the senior secondary school education which need to successfully enter university.


Taylors College High School programs are designed to meet the English language and academic needs needed to take the following examinations:



The curriculum and examinations are administered by the state of New South Wales. Student final results from the examination and assessment are used to determine the university entrance ranking, which is used by Australian universities to select students for undergraduate places.

More information about High School Sydney, view HERE

Taylor Unilink Diploma

  • Taylors UniLink is located in the city of Melbourne, Australia, offering accredited higher education diplomas.
  • These programs combine detailed academic preparation with educational enrichment features, to ensure students are prepared for all aspects of university learning.
  • Taylors UniLink has partnership with fourteen universities across Australia.


Programs Offered

Diploma Programs

Diploma of Business 
Diploma of Information Technology 
The UniLink diplomas are complete academic programs, providing students access to fourteen Australian universities across Australia, with up to 10 units of advanced standing (or one year equivalent of university credit). Upon successful completion of the programs, graduates can gain entry to fourteen partner universities - and study a Bachelor Degree from second year, with a range of degrees to choose from.

Taylors English Language Preparation programs

The Taylors English Language Preparation program, delivered in 12 week terms, is designed to help international students gain the level of English language proficiency necessary for academic study. 

More information about Taylor Unilink Diploma, view HERE

The University of Western Australia Foundation Program (UWAFP), Perth 

The most effective pathway to the University of Western Australia (UWA) is via the University of Western Australia Foundation Program (UWAFP).
  • UWAFP students are guaranteed entry to UWA if they meet the requirements at the end of the program.
  • In 2013 89% of our students received offers from UWA and each year nearly 100% receive an offer from a tertiary institution.

Programs
Standard (40 weeks) >
The UWAFP Standard program would suit you if you’ve achieved at least average grades in English and relevant subjects.
16 subjects; IELTS required - 5.5
Intensive (30 weeks) >
If you have superior grades in English and relevant subjects and want to fast track your pathway to University, then the UWAFP Intensive program is for you.
16 subjects; IELTS required - 5.5
Extended (60 weeks) >
The UWAFP Extended program is designed for students who do not qualify for the Standard program, or who want to develop a more solid foundation in key subjects such as Mathematics or the Sciences.
16 subjects; IELTS required - 5.0

World class program
The combined educational expertise of UWA and Taylors College has been used to create UWAFP – providing you with an ideal academic stepping stone into university-level studies. We offer a range of start dates throughout the year to suit your timing, academic level and planned university degree.

Access to UWA Facilities
As a UWAFP student you will have access to UWA resources and facilities, including the library, Student Guild and clubs and societies.

Flexible study options
UWAFP offers a flexible unit-based course structure. Student can choose new units to study each term and build a program that is more suited towards your university and career goals.

A smooth transition to university
When studying UWAFP, syudent will learn how to study independently, work in groups, become leaders, conduct research and deliver presentations – all the skills necessary for success at university.

2015 Start dates



Semester 1Semester 2Semester 3

Intakes
Wks
Term 1Term 2Term 3Term 4Term 5Term 6Start Uni
January Extended6027/01 –
02/04
20/04 –
26/06
13/07 –
18/09
05/10 - 11/12
25/01 –
01/04 
18/04 - 24/0607/16
January Standard4027/01 –
02/04
20/04 –
26/06
13/07 –
18/09
05/10 - 11/12


02/16
April Intensive3020/04 –
26/06
13/07 –
18/09
05/10 –
11/12



02/16
July Extended6013/07 –
18/09
05/10 –
11/12
25/01 –
01/04
18/04 - 24/06
11/07 - 16/0903/10 - 09/1202/17
July Standard4013/07 –
18/09
05/10 –
11/12
25/01 –
01/04
18/04 - 24/06


07/16
October Intensive3005/10 –
11/12
25/01 –
01/04
18/04 –
24/06



07/16

Recommend Units of Study
Recommended units of study for the UWAFP Standard, Intensive and Extended Programs.
UWA DegreeCompulsory unitsRecommended subject areasOther subject areas to consider
Arts
(Inc. humanities & comms)
- All English units
- 1 Broadening unit
- Geography
- Global Literature
- History
- Media & Comms
- Philosophy
- Mathematics
- Marketing
Commerce- All English units
- Mathematics
- 1 Broadening unit
- Accounting
- Economics
- Marketing
- Computer Science
Design- All English units
- 1 Broadening unit
- Mathematics
- Computer Science
- Physics
- Media & Comms
Science*- All English units
- Mathematics
- 1 Broadening unit
- Chemistry
- Physics
- Biology
- Human Biology
- Geography
Science
(Engineering Science)
- All English units
- Mathematics
- Chemistry
- Physics
- 1 Broadening unit
- Computer Science- Biology
Haven't decided yet?- All English units
Highlight any UWA degree major that may be of interest to you and confirm if any prerequisite may exist.
Select units from subject areas that you may find of particular interest or suit your career pathway.
*Chemistry, Mathematics and Statistics and Physics majors have additional pre-requisites.
More information about The UWAFP, view HERE

The University of Sydney Foundation Program (USFP), Sydney

  • Guaranteed entry to The University of Sydney if meet the USFP requirements.

Program
Standard Program >
Study a regular pattern of five subjects, each one for five hours a week, a total of 25 hours of class time per week.
8 subjects (plus English A & B); IELTS required - 5.5
Standard Intensive Program >
Study almost the same number of hours as the Standard Program (40 weeks). However, student's timetable will be arranged so the course is completed over a shorter period. Includes 30 hours of class time per week, therefore, this program has a higher English entry requirement.
8 subjects (plus English A & B); IELTS required - 6.0
Extended Program >
In the first 19 weeks student will study five subjects including English. After 19 weeks student must pass Extended English, D+, and meet the academic requirements of the Elective Subjects to continue with the remaining 40 weeks of the program.
6 subjects + Standard Program; IELTS required - 5.0

Choice of quality programs and university faculties

USFP offer a range of start dates and programs throughout the year to suit student timing, academic level and planned university degree. The combined educational expertise of both the University of Sydney and Taylors College has been employed to create this foundation program.

Flexible study options – choose the subjects you want

After completing first semester student have the option of choosing different subjects to study. USFP recognise that students are most likely to do well in the subjects that interest you. Find out more about the subjects on offer>

2015 Start dates

Intakes
Wks
Term 1Term 2Term 3Term 4Term 5Term 6
January Standard4028/01/15 –
02/04/15
20/04/15 –
26/06/15
13/07/15 –
18/09/15
06/10/15 - 11/12/15


February Extended5902/02/15 –
02/04/15
20/04/15 –
26/06/15
13/07/14 –
18/09/15
06/10/15 - 11/12/15
02/02/16 –
08/04/16
26/04/16 –
01/07/16
April Intensive3020/04/15 –
26/06/15
13/07/15 –
18/09/15
06/10/15 –
11/12/15



July Standard4013/07/15 –
18/09/15
06/10/15 –
11/12/15
02/02/16 –
08/04/16
26/04/16 - 01/07/16


August Extended5903/08/15 –
01/10/15
06/10/15 –
11/12/15
02/02/16 –
08/04/16
26/04/16 - 01/07/1618/07/16 –
23/09/16
10/10/16 –
15/12/16
October Intensive3006/10/15 –
11/12/15
02/02/16 –
08/04/16
26/04/16 –
01/07/16


USFP Final Grades
University entry is based on two separate results:
  • A letter grade for English
  • A Grade Point Average (GPA) for your other eight subjects
More information about USFP, view HERE

UWA / Taylors Diploma of Commerce

  • Secure entry into a Bachelor of commerce at the University of Western Australia (UWA).

Your Path into UWA

It is equivalent to the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce and on successful completion guarantees you entry into second year of a UWA Business School major (Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Management). 

One year of advanced standing or eight units (48 credit points) toward the 24 unit (144 point) total of the course to enter 2nd year in UWA.

Key facts

Duration
8 months, over 2 terms of 14 weeks each; or
12 months, over 3 terms of 14 weeks each
Class size
20-25 students
Subjects
8 units over 2 or 3 terms consisting of:

• 6 core units
• 2 broadening (outside of Commerce) units
Load
8 months – 4 units per term (20 hrs per week) for 2 terms

12 months – 3 units per term (15 hrs per week) for 2
terms and 2 units per term (10 hrs per week) for 1 term.

Each unit consists of two one-hour lectures and three
hours of tutorials weekly
Assessment
A combination of coursework assessment
and final examinations

2015 Intake Dates

IntakeDuration
(months)
T1T2T3Start UWA
Feb823/02/15 -
05/06/15
22/06/15 -
02/10/15

Feb 16 
Feb1223/02/15 -
05/06/15
22/06/15 -
02/10/15
26/10/15 -
05/02/16
Feb 16
Jun822/06/15 -
02/10/15
26/10/15 -
05/02/16

Feb 16
Jun1222/06/15 -
02/10/15
26/10/15 -
05/02/16
29/02/16 -
10/06/16
Jul 16
Oct826/10/15 -
05/02/16
29/02/16 -
10/06/16

Jul 16
Oct1226/10/15 -
05/02/16
29/02/16 -
10/06/16
27/06/16 -
07/10/16
Feb 17
More information about UWA/Taylors Diploma of Commerce, view HERE

UWA / Taylors Diploma of Science

  • Secure your entry into a Bachelor of Science at the University of Western Australia (UWA).

Your Path to UWA

The Taylors Diploma of Science is a complete program that gives you the knowledge, skills and training you need to successfully enter the second year of a Bachelor of Science degree at UWA, a prestigious Group of Eight university.


Upon successful completion of the diploma, you will be allowed entry into the second year of a Bachelor of Science major at UWA (Applied Computing, Computer Science, Engineering Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Quantitative Methods). 

Course Information

Credit transfers and exemptions
Student need to achieve pass levels of 50% in all eight Diploma units in order to successfully complete the course.
 Duration8 months, over 2 terms of 14 weeks each; or
12 months, over 3 terms of 14 weeks each
Class size20-25 students
Subjects8 units over 2 or 3 terms consisting of:

• 6 core units
• 2 broadening (outside of Science) units
Load8 months – 4 units per trimester  (20 hours per week) for 2 trimesters

12 months – 3 units per trimester  (15 hours per week) for 2
trimester s and 2 units per trimester  (10 hours per week) for 1 trimester .

Each unit consists of two one-hour lectures and three
hours of tutorials weekly
AssessmentA combination of coursework assessment  and final examinations

2015 Intake Dates

IntakeDuration
(months)
T1T2T3Start UWA
Feb823/02/15 -
05/06/15
22/06/15 -
02/10/15

Feb 16 
Feb1223/02/15 -
05/06/15
22/06/15 -
02/10/15
26/10/15 -
05/02/16
Feb 16
Jun822/06/15 -
02/10/15
26/10/15 -
05/02/16

Feb 16
Jun1222/06/15 -
02/10/15
26/10/15 -
05/02/16
29/02/16 -
10/06/16
Jul 16
Oct826/10/15 -
05/02/16
29/02/16 -
10/06/16

Jul 16
Oct1226/10/15 -
05/02/16
29/02/16 -
10/06/16
27/06/16 -
07/10/16
Feb 17

More information about UWA/Taylors Diploma of Science, view HERE

For any inquiry, please feel free to contact us




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