Undergrad admissions Australian Education resources for international students including; Admissions, International Education, Study English Programs, MBA, Student Life, Travel, Study in australia, and free email accounts via australia mail http://www.australia.edu/admissions/Undergraduate-admissions/feed/atom.html 2017-05-06T05:09:55Z Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management Completing your Undergraduate study in Australia 2008-10-16T07:48:31Z 2008-10-16T07:48:31Z http://www.australia.edu/admissions/completing-your-undergraduate-study-in-australia.html Administrator admin@australia.edu <P align=left>YOU should definitely consider getting your undergraduate degree in Australia.&nbsp; It is a great place to work and study.&nbsp; Additionally, international students should strongly think about getting a student visa and studying in Australia.</P> <P align=left>&nbsp;<IMG title="Undergraduate Students" border=0 alt="Australian Undergraduate Students" align=left src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/australian_undergraduate_students_walking_to_class.jpg" width=300 mce_src="images/stories/australian_undergraduate_students_walking_to_class.jpg"></P> <P align=left>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree will be issued to those students who complete their undergraduate course of study.&nbsp; </P> <P align=left>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Eligibility to gain admission into an Australian university in order to complete your undergraduate study necessitates an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education or an overseas equivalent documentation from your high school, notifying that you have graduated.&nbsp;</P> <DIV align=left></DIV> <P>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;There are pre-requisite subjects that some courses may require.</P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <P>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;In order to meet academic entry standards, some universities provide preparatory studies, known as bridging or foundation courses.<BR></P> <P>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;It is strongly suggested that international students inquire your study abroad counselor about the admission requirements for certain courses prior to applying.<BR></P> <P align=left><B>Getting your Bachelor's Degree</B><BR></P> <P align=left>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Studying full-time for 3 to 4 years<BR>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;You will gain knowledge and skills to work in your industry of choice.<BR>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;You will have the freedom to chose any major or specialization that you wish to pursue. <BR>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Completing your bachelor degree will give you the opportunity to pursue advanced studies down the road.<BR><B></B></P> <P align=left><B>Getting a Bachelor with Honors <BR></B><BR>Students should achieve strong results in their Bachelor’s degree in order to be considered for an Honors program.&nbsp; Students who have their eyes set on higher research are typically required to complete an Honors degree.&nbsp; Those students that want to lengthen their education with research experience or thorough study of a certain issue must complete an Honors year after receiving their Bachelor’s degree.&nbsp; The Honors year is generally a combination of course assignment and research projects. <BR><B></B></P> <P align=left><B>Receiving a Certificate</B></P> <P align=left>Certificates can be typically completed in one semester of full-time study or you study part-time for 1 or 2 years. A Certificate is a credential one receives stating that he or she has specialized skill in a particular industry or profession.&nbsp; A lot of certificates only need the student to complete Year 10 studies, but certain certificates need you to have more advanced studies completed.<BR><BR><B>Receiving a Diploma </B></P> <P align=left>&nbsp;A Diploma is usually more intensive than a Certificate, but still provides skills and knowledge directly relevant to workplace activities. Diplomas generally require a completion of Year 12. A Diploma typically requires the student to have more intense studies than a Certificate. To get a Diploma, you usually have to complete Year 12 of study. <BR></P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <DIV style="TEXT-ALIGN: center" mce_style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</DIV> <P align=left>YOU should definitely consider getting your undergraduate degree in Australia.&nbsp; It is a great place to work and study.&nbsp; Additionally, international students should strongly think about getting a student visa and studying in Australia.</P> <P align=left>&nbsp;<IMG title="Undergraduate Students" border=0 alt="Australian Undergraduate Students" align=left src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/australian_undergraduate_students_walking_to_class.jpg" width=300 mce_src="images/stories/australian_undergraduate_students_walking_to_class.jpg"></P> <P align=left>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree will be issued to those students who complete their undergraduate course of study.&nbsp; </P> <P align=left>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Eligibility to gain admission into an Australian university in order to complete your undergraduate study necessitates an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education or an overseas equivalent documentation from your high school, notifying that you have graduated.&nbsp;</P> <DIV align=left></DIV> <P>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;There are pre-requisite subjects that some courses may require.</P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <P>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;In order to meet academic entry standards, some universities provide preparatory studies, known as bridging or foundation courses.<BR></P> <P>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;It is strongly suggested that international students inquire your study abroad counselor about the admission requirements for certain courses prior to applying.<BR></P> <P align=left><B>Getting your Bachelor's Degree</B><BR></P> <P align=left>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Studying full-time for 3 to 4 years<BR>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;You will gain knowledge and skills to work in your industry of choice.<BR>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;You will have the freedom to chose any major or specialization that you wish to pursue. <BR>•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Completing your bachelor degree will give you the opportunity to pursue advanced studies down the road.<BR><B></B></P> <P align=left><B>Getting a Bachelor with Honors <BR></B><BR>Students should achieve strong results in their Bachelor’s degree in order to be considered for an Honors program.&nbsp; Students who have their eyes set on higher research are typically required to complete an Honors degree.&nbsp; Those students that want to lengthen their education with research experience or thorough study of a certain issue must complete an Honors year after receiving their Bachelor’s degree.&nbsp; The Honors year is generally a combination of course assignment and research projects. <BR><B></B></P> <P align=left><B>Receiving a Certificate</B></P> <P align=left>Certificates can be typically completed in one semester of full-time study or you study part-time for 1 or 2 years. A Certificate is a credential one receives stating that he or she has specialized skill in a particular industry or profession.&nbsp; A lot of certificates only need the student to complete Year 10 studies, but certain certificates need you to have more advanced studies completed.<BR><BR><B>Receiving a Diploma </B></P> <P align=left>&nbsp;A Diploma is usually more intensive than a Certificate, but still provides skills and knowledge directly relevant to workplace activities. Diplomas generally require a completion of Year 12. A Diploma typically requires the student to have more intense studies than a Certificate. To get a Diploma, you usually have to complete Year 12 of study. <BR></P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <DIV style="TEXT-ALIGN: center" mce_style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</DIV> Undergraduate Admissions Guidelines for Students 2008-09-23T07:02:47Z 2008-09-23T07:02:47Z http://www.australia.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions-guidelines.html Administrator admin@australia.edu <P>&nbsp;Below you will find some general guidelines in applying for an Undergraduate Degree in Australia.</P> <P>You must submit your full details of your courses taken and grades for each course as part of the application process. You must submit your transcripts from all previous colleges attended. For international students, most universities require students to take the English Proficiency test (IELTS or TOEFL).</P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <DIV style="TEXT-ALIGN: center" mce_style="text-align: center;"><IMG title="Australian Undergraduate school applications" border=0 alt="Applying for Undergrad school in Australia" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/applying_for_australian_undergraduate_school.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/applying_for_australian_undergraduate_school.jpg"></DIV> <P>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify>Eligibility for undergraduate admissions: Most Universities located in Australia have international students take the IELTS (A basic standardized entrance test). Some Schools might take the TOEFL score. One of the main determinants for admission is the SOP (statement of purpose). The SOP is also looked at when granting financial aid for an international student</P> <P align=justify>Undergraduate programs in Australia consist of the following:</P> <P align=justify>Bachelor Degree</P> <P align=justify>Bachelor Degree with Honors</P> <P align=justify>Undergraduate Diplomas </P> <P align=justify>Associate Diplomas</P> <P align=justify>The Bachelors degree for most universities takes students three years to complete. If a student decides to go after a double degree or take part in specialized disciplines it can be extended from a three year program to four to six years. Students that do an excellent job in the academics can be accepted for an honors year, which counts as a fourth year of the bachelor degree. The honor year is considered a graduate-level year with an intense research learning model. It is sometimes possible for the top students in the honors program to pursue a PhD following their Honors year.</P> <P align=justify>The most popular courses of study for global students in Australia are Business, Administration and Economics, followed by Science, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. </P> <P align=justify><IMG title="International Students" border=0 alt="International Students" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/Intstudents2.gif" mce_src="images/stories/Intstudents2.gif"> </P> <P>&nbsp;Below you will find some general guidelines in applying for an Undergraduate Degree in Australia.</P> <P>You must submit your full details of your courses taken and grades for each course as part of the application process. You must submit your transcripts from all previous colleges attended. For international students, most universities require students to take the English Proficiency test (IELTS or TOEFL).</P> <P>&nbsp;</P> <DIV style="TEXT-ALIGN: center" mce_style="text-align: center;"><IMG title="Australian Undergraduate school applications" border=0 alt="Applying for Undergrad school in Australia" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/applying_for_australian_undergraduate_school.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/applying_for_australian_undergraduate_school.jpg"></DIV> <P>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify>Eligibility for undergraduate admissions: Most Universities located in Australia have international students take the IELTS (A basic standardized entrance test). Some Schools might take the TOEFL score. One of the main determinants for admission is the SOP (statement of purpose). The SOP is also looked at when granting financial aid for an international student</P> <P align=justify>Undergraduate programs in Australia consist of the following:</P> <P align=justify>Bachelor Degree</P> <P align=justify>Bachelor Degree with Honors</P> <P align=justify>Undergraduate Diplomas </P> <P align=justify>Associate Diplomas</P> <P align=justify>The Bachelors degree for most universities takes students three years to complete. If a student decides to go after a double degree or take part in specialized disciplines it can be extended from a three year program to four to six years. Students that do an excellent job in the academics can be accepted for an honors year, which counts as a fourth year of the bachelor degree. The honor year is considered a graduate-level year with an intense research learning model. It is sometimes possible for the top students in the honors program to pursue a PhD following their Honors year.</P> <P align=justify>The most popular courses of study for global students in Australia are Business, Administration and Economics, followed by Science, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. </P> <P align=justify><IMG title="International Students" border=0 alt="International Students" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/Intstudents2.gif" mce_src="images/stories/Intstudents2.gif"> </P>