April 29, 2015

Australian Catholic University - Australia


OET Prepareration Program - Melbourne Campus

The OET preparation course is a part time (8 hours per week for 10 weeks) program which aims to prepare students to take the Occupational English Test. The course focuses on giving students a clear understanding of the OET and its requirements while improving the four macro skills of reading, listening, writing and speaking. The course is organised around a series of workshops and mock tests to give students practice in the skills required to perform satisfactorily in the test.

Students will develop:

  •  Confidence and fluency in communication
  • The ability to communicate quickly and accurately in a clinical context
  • The ability to meet the language requirements for writing profession specific documents
  • Listening skills to cope with a range of situations within a health profession context
  • The skills needed to quickly read and comprehend complex articles.


NEW COURSES IN 2016
  • Master of Rehabilitation (Campus: Brisbane, Melbourne, North Sydney)
  • Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation (Campus: Brisbane, Melbourne, North Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) (Campus: Brisbane, Melbourne, North Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) (Campus: Brisbane, North Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurses) (Campus: Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney)

NEW ONLINE PORTAL FOR STUDENTS

ACU offers students more than just a study experience. There are many extra services, activities and opportunities available to students at ACU, and DiscoverU is the new online portal through which students can access all of these exciting and enriching university experiences, in one spot. The DiscoverU offerings have been grouped together under five clusters – SportyU, HealthyU, ArtyU, WiseU and CommunityU – to make it easy for students to find the things that interest them and to
get involved in university life. From sport and fitness, to debating, choir and language lessons, counselling and academic skills services, DiscoverU covers a wide variety of interests and needs.
Many DiscoverU offerings are funded by the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) that students pay annually and the introduction of DiscoverU is designed to help students identify and make use of those things that their SSAF fees support. Visit the DiscoverU webpages to find out more and encourage students to explore the offerings.



                      For more information, please contact/visit your nearest JM Office today


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