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Pathway Guide


WELCOME

About Us

Our Services

Our Campuses

Our Students

Living in Australia

Our Courses

English Language Programs

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Preparing for study in Australia can

be an overwhelming task.

Australian Catholic University (ACU National)

recognises the challenges of adjusting to a new

education system, and, in most cases, a new language.

That’s why we offer a range of easy to understand

pathway programs for international students

who are trying to enter into university study.

Our pathway programs include English Language

Programs and Diplomas. They aim to help

you reach your further study goals. And they

are taught on-campus, so you can gain the

experience of student life all while making

progress towards a higher education program!

The ACU National community is founded on an

ethos of justice and equity. We endeavour to provide

excellent higher education to a diversified and

dispersed student body and to ensure that all students

receive the care and assistance needed to achieve this.

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to join us

to begin a pathway towards university study.

Our Courses

Diploma Pathway Programs

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How to Apply

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Prof Greg Craven

Vice-Chancellor

Valerie Hoogstad

Director, International Education

information in this publication is correct as at june

2008, but is subject to change. the university reserves

the right to amend, cancel or otherwise modify without

notice, the content of any matter in this publication,

and may withdraw any course offered therein, or

impose limitations on enrolment in any course.

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ABOUT US

Australian Catholic University (ACU National)

is a public university which commenced

operations in 1991 following the amalgamation

of four Catholic tertiary institutions with

history dating back to the mid-1800’s.

As an Australian Government-funded institution, we

are open to students and staff of all beliefs, nationalities

and cultures. Our strong spiritual foundations foster

an environment of tolerance and inclusion.

We host more than 15,800 students, including

3,000 international students, and are renowned

for the supportive environment we provide.

Our campuses are welcoming and modern. Students

enjoy small classes and personalised learning, and

have easy access to lecturers, staff and facilities.

Our awards are internationally recognised and there is a

broad perspective in our research, teaching and learning.

The University is a member of the Association of

Commonwealth Universities and the International

Federation of Catholic Universities. The University’s

Vice-Chancellor is a member of Universities Australia.

The University conducts its activities in accordance

with the Education Services for Overseas Students

Act (ESOS) 2000: http://aei.dest.gov.au/sectors/

international_education/default.htm

Australian Catholic University and the courses offered by the

University are registered on the Commonwealth Register of

Institutions and Courses of Overseas Students (CRICOS).

Provider registration codes:

00004G, 00112C, 00873F, 00885B.

www.acu.edu.au/international


We are a public university

We are funded by the Australian Government

and our awards are recognised by the

Australian Qualifications Framework.

A choice of campuses

We have six campuses across Australia, including:

Brisbane, Sydney (2), Canberra, Ballarat and Melbourne

High quality programs

ACU National is a leader in the fields of education, nursing

and exercise science but we also offer excellent degree

programs in accounting, business, information systems,

social science, environmental science and visual arts.

Academic Information

Semester Timetable

Semester One

Commences 1st week in February

Finishes 3rd week in June

Semester Two

Commences 2nd week in July

Finishes 2nd week in November

This information is a guide only.

Students who do not arrive in time for the commencement

of semester will miss essential orientation information.

Assessment Methods

Assessments may include use of a range of methods

such as formal end of semester examinations, continuous

assessment through the semester, written assignments/

essays, field projects etc. Students will be advised of the

particular method(s) at commencement of the course.

Academic Progress

A student’s enrolment in a course may be deferred,

suspended or cancelled in accordance with University

regulations. These regulations are listed in the yearly

handbook, accessible via: http://my.acu.edu.au/39999

Access to highly qualified staff

Over 85% of our academics hold a

PhD or Masters qualification.

Affordable tuition fees

Our tuition fees have remained low over many years and

we remain an attractive option for international students

Five Stars for Graduates

We offer courses that are important to our society.

The Good Universities Guide 2008 awarded

ACU National with the top rating for positive

graduate outcomes and graduate salaries.

Practical experience

We ensure that all of our undergraduates receive

professional experience prior to course completion.

A diverse student population

With international students from over 80 different

countries, it is clear that we are open to all.

Flexible pathways

We offer international students a variety of entry

pathways to University study. Options include English

Language and Diploma programs held on-campus.

A community environment

Each campus is friendly and personal. Dedicated

staff and a range of support services are committed

to looking after students’ wellbeing.


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OUR sERVICEs

All international students have access to the

general services and facilities available to Australian

students. There are also special services tailored

to meet the needs of international students.

Travelling to a foreign country to study can be a challenge.

At ACU National we aim to maximise your learning and

development opportunities and eliminate stress and anxiety.

From extensive experience we have developed a number

of academic and social support services to ensure that you

are in the best position to achieve your educational goals.

Academic Skills Support

Each campus has an Academic Skills Unit with advisers who

can help you to study successfully at university. They will help

you to develop learning, writing and language strategies.

Career Development and

Employment Service

Careers Advisers are available on each campus of

ACU National to assist students with making career

decisions, identifying personal career goals, developing

employability skills, searching for employment

and preparing employment applications.

Computers and the Internet

Student computer facilities are available on campus.

They include access to internet, email, and scanner

facilities. A range of software for both classroom

and professional purposes is also provided.

Counsellors

Qualified counsellors are available at each campus to

offer free, confidential advice. The counselling service

provides practical advice on study, finance and university

procedures. Where necessary, they can also help with stress

management, grief, depression and relationship difficulties.

Disability Services

Each campus has a Disability Adviser who assists students

who have educational needs arising from a disability or

long term medical condition. This service is free. Students

are encouraged to contact the Disability Advisor as soon as

possible, preferably before arrival in Australia, as it can take

time to arrange any necessary educational adjustments.

International Orientation

International students receive a comprehensive orientation

program to familiarise them with university procedures,

Australian study methods and social customs and

culture. Campus tours and “welcome events” are

also part of the international student induction.

International Student Advisers

Our philosophy of pastoral care ensures students

feel confident and secure in Australia. International

Student Advisers provide advice on enrolment,

assistance with visas, accommodation and finance.

Library

The campus libraries provide access to information

housed on campus and in other locations through such

facilities as CD-ROMs, databases, on-line searching

and Telnet services. Various reciprocal arrangements

have also been made with libraries in other universities,

which extend the resources available to students.

Mission Engagement

Each campus has a team to develop the

University’s Mission. This can include:

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Student

Comment

“I chose ACU National

because they have English

programs as well as tertiary

education programs. There

are more open learning

opportunities for everybody.”

Saya Ike

Japan

Opportunities for prayer, reflection and retreats

Leadership formation

‘Exploring the Mission of ACU National’ workshops

Pastoral care

Opportunities to be involved in social

justice and community engagement

A weekly Eucharist celebration

Student Associations

The Student Associations on each campus

promote the welfare of students and encourage

broad participation in university life.

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OUR CAMPUsEs

Brisbane

Brisbane Campus

(McAuley at Banyo)

1100 Nudgee Road

Banyo QLD 4014

Situated in the northern suburb of Banyo, this campus is

located just 12 kilometres from the centre of Brisbane.

The campus is on the site of the former Pius XII Provincial

Seminary with a history extending back to 1863.

It is easily accessed by public transport, approximately one

kilometre from Banyo train station, and has a bus stop at

its doorstep. The campus provides quality teaching and

office space, including a state-of-the-art library, science

labs, nursing labs, computer facilities, music rooms, drama

teaching room, a bookshop, cafeteria, coffee shop, library,

computer labs, a swimming pool and sporting grounds.

Student Population

2715 students (total)

350 international students

Living in Brisbane

Brisbane is the capital city

in the state of Queensland,

as well as the third largest

city in Australia. It is set

close to the Pacific Ocean

and with a population of

1.25 million it offers all the

conveniences of a large city.

Brisbane has a humid

subtropical climate with

hot summers and dry, mild

winters. It is a handy base

for touring the famous Gold

and Sunshine coasts and

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.


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Sydney

North Sydney Campus

(Mackillop)

40 Edward Street

North Sydney NSW 2060

Just a five-minute train ride over the famous Sydney

Harbour Bridge from the city centre, the campus is

conveniently located in the North Sydney business precinct.

North Sydney campus life is centred around a large

outdoor courtyard and student recreational area

where students congregate between classes.

The campus is small, multicultural, and friendly and is

accessible by an excellent bus service. The Vice Chancellery

of the University is co-located on this campus.

Student Population

3050 students (total)

1670 international students

Living in Sydney

Sydney has a population of

more than 4 million. World

renowned for its beautiful

harbour, Harbour Bridge and

Opera House, Sydney also

has a host of entertainment

and sporting activities.

It is one of the most

multicultural cities in the

world. Its public transport

network combines travel on

trains, buses and ferries and

the climate is comfortable,

with average temperatures

being 23°C in summer,

and 13°C in winter.

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Melbourne

Melbourne Campus

(St Patrick’s)

115 Victoria Parade

Fitzroy VIC 3065

The campus is conveniently located on the fringe

of the Melbourne Central Business District (CBD). It

is within a short walk of the popular retail strips of

Brunswick Street and Smith Street with their variety

of cafes, shops and art galleries. Some of Melbourne’s

finest parks, gardens and recreational facilities are

also within easy walking distance of the campus.

The main campus building is a multi-storey complex that has

been completely renovated to provide students and staff

with purpose-built facilities. It is a modern, compact study

environment that bustles with activity throughout the week.

Bus and tram stops are located outside the front entrance

and it is only a short walk to the nearest train station.

Student Population

4625 students (total)

750 international students

Living in Melbourne

Melbourne has, on numerous

occasions, been voted

amongst the world’s most

liveable cities. It is well known

for its numerous parks and

gardens and its cosmopolitan,

outdoor cafe lifestyle.

As well as a major sporting,

commercial and cultural

centre of Australia, Melbourne

is a very multicultural city.

The climate of Melbourne

is moderate with average

temperatures being 27°C in

summer and 14°C in winter.


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OUR sTUDENTs

Josefa Twapita Angola

Diploma in Liberal Studies (2006)

Bachelor of Social Science (2007-2008)

“I made my decision to come and study as an international

student at ACU National in Brisbane because it is a good

and welcoming university. The service is excellent, staff very

friendly, facilities the best. One can start from a Diploma and

go on with further courses. I have enjoyed meeting other

international students from other parts of the world.”

Man Pan Leong Macau

Diploma in Visual Arts & Design (2006)

Bachelor of Business / Bachelor

of Arts (2007 - current)

“ACU National is providing a fantastic educational environment

and offering high educational facilities. My campus in Sydney

is a wonderful and classical building. It is surrounded by a

peaceful and comfortable environment that is different to

other universities. I enjoy studying here because the classmates

are very nice, and the lecturers are so cordial and serious. ”

Nasis Wongsankakorn Thailand

General English (2003)

Diploma in Business (2004)

Bachelor of Business (2005-2006)

“I think ACU National is a good university because when

I studied the English course, the teachers and staff were

friendly. I think that I had good opportunities to learn different

cultures and to meet new people from different countries.”

Jie Li People’s Republic of China

Certificate IV in Nursing (2006)

Bachelor of Nursing (2007 - current)

“ACU National was a great choice for me, because it has

such a good reputation for Nursing around Australia. As well,

it has good teachers and that really stands out for me.

My campus is a fine modern building, situated in the

heart of Melbourne. The library is well equipped with

books, magazines and computers. The most significant

experience for me has been getting used to Australian

educational system as well as the lifestyle and culture.”

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LIVING IN AUsTRALIA

Fees and visa information

Australia is a country of stunning contrasts. It is

slightly smaller in size than the United States but

only has a population of 21 million. It contains

arid deserts and lush tropical rainforests. In the

north it faces Asia, in the south Antarctica. The

original inhabitants of the continent were the

sole occupants for almost 50,000 years. In the

last 200 years migrants have come here from all

over the world ensuring that it is now home for

people of more than 200 different nationalities.

The safe environment and comfortable climate

provide many opportunities to enjoy both the

beauty of the countryside and beaches, and the

amenities of the modern cosmopolitan cities.

Student

Comment

“I enjoy studying at ACU

National because there

are multicultural students,

After graduation I want to

continue living in Australia.

It is a very nice place.”

Fees

ACU National tuition fees are comparable with those of

other Australian universities. Students are charged according

the number of units studied each semester. An average study

load is 4 units (40 credit points) per semester.

For unit prices, please refer to:

http://www.acu.edu.au/international/

international_admissions/fee_information/

In addition to tuition cost the tuition fees cover:

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Lalita Chayia

Thailand

Orientation program

Access to student services and facilities

Study skills assistance

Tuition fees may increase by up to 3 percent each year for

the minimum duration of the course as provided on your

electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE). No guarantee

is made for tuition fee increases beyond the minimum

duration. Some courses may also require the purchase

of additional items (eg. uniforms for nursing courses).

Refund Policy

The ACU National Refund Policy and Release Policy are

available from the University website:

http://www.acu.edu.au/international/

international_admissions/fee_information

Visa Information

About Student Visas

Visas generally last for the period of the course, and

are granted on the condition that students must leave

Australia soon after completion of their studies.

The University is required to report any student who does not

attend classes or who is not making satisfactory progress.

International students are required to complete the course

within the minimum duration as provided on the eCOE.

If you wish to stay in Australia for the graduation

ceremony (which takes place early in the year

after completion of a course) you may need to

apply in Australia for a visitor class visa.

Family (dependants)

If you intend to bring family members with you to Australia,

you should first check with your nearest Australian Visa

Office whether your visa allows for this. While you are

in Australia, you will be responsible for supporting any

dependants (ie family members). Tuition fees must be

paid for school age dependants who study in Australia.

Students who obtain Permanent

Resident Visa Status

If you are granted permanent resident status after

commencing a semester as an international student,

that semester of study may be completed but it will be

necessary to reapply for the course as a local student

for subsequent semesters. Although every consideration

will be given, there is no guarantee that you will be

accepted back into the course, as the quotas for

international students and local students are separate.

After becoming a permanent resident you would be liable

to pay the local tuition fees from the date of permanent

residence, unless it is after the relevant semester census

date. In this case you would be liable for local tuition

fees from the subsequent semester onwards.


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Living costs

Living Costs

The cost of living varies from city to city. Students require

a minimum of approximately $A14,000-$A18,000 per year

for living expenses. This covers accommodation, food and

transport, but does not allow for luxuries, entertainment

or a car. In addition, an initial establishment cost is

usually needed to cover rental bonds for accommodation,

furniture, electricity and telephone expenses.

Accommodation

The International Education Office can book Homestay

accommodation for students in pathway programs.

Homestay offers international students the opportunity to

live in a local home while studying in Australia. Homestay is

suitable for stays ranging from a few weeks to many months.

By living with an Australian family you will improve your

English and get a closer understanding of Australian life.

Students should budget approximately AUD$225 - $240

per week for Homestay which includes utilities and most

meals. A placement fee of AUD$187 is also payable

(except in Melbourne). Homestay accommodation and

airport reception services can be booked directly from the

University website: www.acu.edu.au/arrivalbookingform

Clothing

In Australia, clothing can be costly except for

occasional bargains. If coming from a warm climate

to a cooler climate (such as Melbourne) students

should either bring warm clothes or budget additional

funds to purchase them after arrival in Australia.

Entertainment

Most students tend to organise entertainment

among themselves, or take part in on-campus

activities. Other entertainment can be costly.

Travel Concessions

State government travel concessions are available

to international students in Brisbane, but are

not offered in Sydney or Melbourne.

Overseas Students Health Cover (OSHC)

The Australian government requires all international

students and their dependants to obtain health insurance

for the duration of their visas. Course length cover

must be paid with the first semester’s tuition fee.

OSHC covers 85% of the Government-scheduled fees for

private doctors, pathology and x-rays. Students must make

up the shortfall. Please note: OSHC will not cover any preexisting

conditions (ie those which existed within 18 months

before the student began study). The University’s preferred

OSHC provider is Worldcare:

www.oshcworldcare.com.au

Initial Expenses

Item

Cost

Temporary accommodation (2 weeks) $500

Food and transport (1 month) $300

Rent in advance $400

Bond (refundable after leaving) $400

Furniture and kitchenware

(second-hand)

$880

Connection charges (for utilities) $170

Total $2650

All costs are in Australian dollars and can vary greatly.

They are a guide only.

Weekly Expenses

Item Brisbane Sydney Melbourne

Rent

(shared basis)

Food (home

cooking)

Utility Bills

(electricity etc)

Public

Transport

$110 $130 $120

$70 $90 $80

$30 $30 $30

$35 $40 $40

Personal items $50 $50 $50

Total

(Weekly)

$295 $340 $320

Total

(Yearly)

$15 340 $17 680 $16 640

All costs are in Australian dollars and can vary greatly.

They are a guide only.

Employment

International students on a Student Visa are permitted

to work for up to 20 hours per week during semester

time and full-time during vacations (for example over

the three month break of December to February).

Although many international and local students are

successful in obtaining casual and part-time employment,

students should not rely on obtaining such work

when calculating a budget. Support staff at each

campus can provide information on how to seek casual

employment in Australia, but it cannot be guaranteed.

Other

Students should note that legal, medical and dental

services in Australia are quite expensive.

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OUR COURsEs

English Language Programs

If you do not meet the English Language

requirement for entry into ACU National, you

can enrol in an English Language Program. By

providing excellent teachers and proven English

Language programs we will give you the skills

and confidence to increase your level of English.

As an English Language student, you will study

on the University campus and will have access

to university facilities and services while you

study with us. You will also receive a certificate

of completion once you finish, so you can be

reminded of your achievement and improvement.

General English

Sample Timetable

(Melbourne)

Location

Sydney (North Sydney)

Melbourne

Duration

4 to 48 weeks

Commencement

Every four weeks with 12 intakes each year

Levels

Elementary to Upper Intermediate

Course Aims

This course aims to enable students to develop fluency,

accuracy and confidence in listening, speaking, reading and

writing in English in everyday situations. It is designed for

students who require English for general communication in

their jobs or social life, or who need to improve their English

language skills before moving on to academic English.

Students in General English will develop:

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Confidence in listening, speaking, reading and writing

English through tasks relevant to their interests;

Accuracy in speaking and writing through extending

their knowledge of English grammar and pronunciation;

An understanding of Australian society and

culture through activities in the classroom and off

campus, such as excursions to places of interest.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Session

1

Homework review

Speaking activities

Grammar

presentation and

communicative

practice activities

Homework review

Speaking activities

Reading:

Comprehension

and vocabulary

activities

Homework review

Speaking activities

Writing: Working

on sentence,

paragraph and text

Homework review

Speaking activities

Behind the News:

Current affairs

video listening

and vocabulary

activities.

Homework review

Speaking activities

Weekly review:

Grammar, vocabulary

and writing.

Speaking: Discussion

and further

communicative

practice

Break Break Break Break Break

Session

2

Listening:

Comprehension

and vocabulary

activities

Speaking:

Communication

and pronunciation

activities

Language in

action: Vocabulary

and phrasal verbs

and idioms

Reading and

discussion: Current

affairs newspaper

article - follow up

from session 1

CALL (computeraided

language

learning)

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IELTS Test Preparation

Admission Requirements

12 week program

An overall IELTS score of no less than 0.5 under the entry

score for the intended study at ACU National

8 week program

An overall IELTS score which meets the entry score for

the intended study at ACU National, with one band

only below the entry score by no less than 0.5.

Course Aims

IELTS Test Preparation aims to prepare students to take

the Academic Module of the IELTS Test or ACU English

Test. It focuses on giving students a clear understanding

of the IELTS Test and the skills and strategies they need

to be successful. The course is organised around a series

of topics that match those commonly found in the IELTS

Test, such as technology, society and the environment.

Students in IELTS Test Preparation will develop:

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Confidence and fluency to communicate

on a wide variety of topics;

The ability to quickly and accurately explain

information and express opinions;

Listening skills to cope with a range of situations;

The skills needed to quickly read and

comprehend complex articles.

Students successfully completing the 12-week IELTS

Test Preparation program are expected to improve

their overall IELTS level by at least 0.5 bands. Students

from the IELTS Test Preparation program can sit

the ACU English Test at the end of the course.

Location

Brisbane

Sydney (North Sydney)

Melbourne

Duration

8 weeks*

12 weeks

* unavailable in Brisbane or Melbourne

Commencement

April (12 week program)

September (12 week program)

October (8 or 12 week program)

November (8 week program)

ACU English Test

Students who study an English Language Program with us

for at least four weeks and have an offer for further study

at ACU National can apply to take the ACU English Test as

a means of meeting the University’s English requirement.

The test is offered three times a year, in

January, June and December.

Please note: The ACU English Test can only be used

to meet the English entry requirements for programs

at ACU National. It is not accepted for entry to

courses at other universities or for visa purposes.

Sample Timetable

(North Sydney)

Session

1

Session

2

Session

3

Session

4

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Speaking: Test

Phases 1-2

Vocabulary:

Extension

Listening: ‘The

cane toad’ (Insight

into IELTS)

Computer Lab:

Vocabulary and

listening practice

Speaking: Pyramid

discussion

Timed practice

listening test

Break Break Break Break Break

Listening:

‘Australia’s

Environment’

Reading: Speed

reading skills

Reading and debate:

Group discussion

Listening:

‘The effects of

pollution’

Timed practice

reading test

Break Break Break Break Break

Reading:

‘Australia’s

Environment’

Scanning for

numbers

Writing: Essay

structure

Speaking: Pairwork

discussions

Reading & writing:

Topic sentences

Writing and grammar:

Homework correction

Vocabulary: Adjectives

Writing: Writing

topic and support

sentences.

Writing and

vocabulary:

Measurements

Speaking: ‘Water

as a scarce

resource’

Grammar:

Sentence structure

Writing:

Describing

a process

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Location

Brisbane

Sydney (North Sydney)

Melbourne

Duration

12 weeks

24 weeks

Commencement

12 week program:

April

September

24 week program:

January

July

English for Academic

Purposes: Direct Entry

Admission Requirements

12 week program

An IELTS score of no less than 0.5 under the entry

score for their intended study at ACU National

24 week program

An IELTS score of no less than 1.0 under the entry

score for their intended study at ACU National

Course Aims

This course aims to develop the advanced reading, writing,

listening, speaking, grammar, computer and study skills

required for further study at ACU National, for Diplomas,

Undergraduate Degrees and Postgraduate Programs.

It will prepare students for the language, academic

and cultural demands of studying at ACU National.

Students in English for Academic Purposes:

Direct Entry will develop:

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Comprehension, critical thinking, notetaking

skills and vocabulary;

Academic speaking and writing skills;

Further knowledge of English grammar; and

The ability to communicate on issues

relating to their field of interest.

Assessment

In the English for Academic Purposes: Direct Entry

program, assessment is continuous. Students complete

a series of assessment tasks that start in Week 2 of the

course and finish in Week 12. Although there are tests

in the final week of the course, they are only worth

approximately 25% of the overall assessment.

Assessment task scores are added together to give

the final grade. Results for the course are expressed

as High Distinction, Distinction, Credit, Pass or Fail.

ACU National Diploma, Degree

or Masters (coursework)

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English for Academic Purposes:

Direct Entry

(12 or 24 weeks)

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Students with a PASS result will gain direct

entry into an ACU National course for which

the IELTS entry requirement is 5.5.

Students with a CREDIT result will gain direct

entry into an ACU National course for which

the IELTS entry requirement is 6.0.

Students with a DISCTINCTION result will gain

direct entry into an ACU National course for

which the IELTS entry requirement is 6.5.

Students with a HIGH DISTINCTION result will

gain direct entry into an ACU National course

for which the IELTS entry requirement is 7.0.

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Advantages

English for Academic Purposes: Direct Entry focuses on

developing the English language proficiency and approach to

academic study that students need to successfully complete

university level courses. At the same time, it allows students

to become familiar with their campus and the resources and

services available to international students.

The assessment tasks are similar to those that students

undertake in university courses at ACU National and

require students to use campus library resources,

including subject-specific databases. The content is

stimulating. Students have the opportunity to focus on

their own area of interest, such as nursing or business.

Late Entry

Due to the structure of the program, late entry is not

advisable. Students who arrive after the commencement

date may be placed in an alternative program, such

as IELTS Test Preparation or General English. In this

case students will be required to demonstrate their

English proficiency through the ACU English Test or

IELTS in order to take further study at the University.

Student

Comment

“My best experience is to

have met people from many

different countries. It is very

easy to fit in Australia.

It’s a good experience.

Don’t hesitate!”

Olivia Sanchez

France

Sample Timetable

(Brisbane)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Session

1

Integrated Skills

‘EAP Now’

Integrated Skills

‘EAP Now’

Integrated Skills

‘EAP Now’

Integrated Skills

‘EAP Now’

Integrated Skills

‘EAP Now’

Un. 2 – ‘Clan

& Kinship’

Un. 2 (cont’d) Un. 2 (cont’d) Un. 2 (cont’d) Un. 2 (cont’d)

Break Break Break Break Break

Session

2

Critical Thinking

‘New Directions’

Ch. 1

– ‘Intercultural

Communication’

Listening &

Speaking

Learn to Listen,

Listen to Learn

Un. 3 (cont’d)

Critical Thinking

‘New Directions’

Ch. 1 (cont’d)

Listening &

Speaking

Learn to Listen,

Listen to Learn

Un. 3 (cont’d)

Reading & Writing

‘Making

Connections’ - Un.

1 – ‘World Health

in the Twentyfirst

Century’

Break Break Break Break Break

Session

3

Reading & Writing

‘Study Reading’

Un. 1 – ‘Getting

to know your

textbook’

Listening &

Speaking

Day to Day

News Classic

Communication

Skills – ‘Plans

and Projects’

Reading & Writing

Cambridge

Grammar for IELTS

Listening &

Speaking

English-to-go

“Cape baboons:

Hairy, hungry and

in the house”

Reading & Writing

Cambridge

Grammar for IELTS

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OUR COURsEs

Diploma Pathway Programs

If you do not meet the minimum academic

or English language requirements for entry

into a Bachelor Degree at ACU National,

then you may be eligible to gain access

through a Diploma Pathway Program.

Diploma students follow the same academic

structure as other university students, undertaking

four subjects per semester, eight subjects in

total for the year. You will benefit from closed

classes in certain subjects for international

students only, whereby lecturers can pay

special attention to your study needs.

With the exception of the Diploma in Tertiary

Preparation (Nursing), Diploma Pathways give

students the opportunity to gain credit into

undergraduate degrees at ACU National.

Entry Requirements

For direct admission to an ACU National Diploma

Pathway Program, students require:

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High School graduation with a minimum 50% pass; and

Academic IELTS of 5.5 or 6.0, depending

on the program selected (refer to individual

course descriptions for clarification).

The following Australian qualifications are also suitable

for direct entry into a Diploma Pathway Program:

Australian Year 12

Victorian Certificate of Education

ENTER score of 55 with a minimum

Study Score of 20 in English

NSW Higher School Certificate

UAI score of 55

Queensland Senior Certificate

OP score of 19

Foundation Programs

Monash University Foundation Year

Overall score of 210 with a 55% pass in English

Taylors College University of

Sydney Foundation Year

Overall GPA of 6 with a C- in English

UNSW University Foundation Year

An overall GPA of 5.5 with a D+ in English

UWS College Universities Foundation Studies

An overall GPA of 5.5 with a C grade in English

University of Queensland Foundation Year

Overall GPA of 3.5 with a Grade 4 in Academic English

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Diploma in Business

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Business course is based within

the general ethos of the business-commercial

world and provides a theoretical and practical

basis for ethical decision-making in business.

Location

Brisbane

Sydney (North Sydney)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July

It emphasises social and environmental issues while

providing students with a broad understanding

of the key areas of business. It assists students

in gaining effective communication and research

skills and an understanding of business.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

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ACOM107 Australian Society (10cp)

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

or ACOM106 Business Communication Skills (10cp)

Six approved Faculty units from the

Bachelor of Business (60cp)

Faculty Units

Faculty units may vary from campus

to campus, but can include:

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ACCT100 Principles of Accounting

BUSN100 Reasoning and Communication

HRMG100 Management and People

ISYS101 Fundamentals of Business IS

ISYS110 Applied Business IS

LEGL101 Introduction to Law

MKTG100 Principles of Marketing

STAT102 Business Statistics

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Business has been designed to serve

as an alternate entry point into the Bachelor of

Business. Students who do not qualify for direct entry

into the Degree program may enter through the

successful completion of the Diploma program.

When students continue onto the Degree they will be

granted 80 credit points, which is equivalent to one year of

study. Upon subsequent entry to the Bachelor of Business,

students will be able to select an area of specialisation.

Bachelor of Business

(2 years)

> >

Diploma in Business

(1 year)

English Language Program

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Location

Sydney (North Sydney)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July

Diploma in Business

Information Systems

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Business Information Systems prepares

students for a variety of occupations in the field of

computer-based information systems including technical,

user and customer support. Emphasis is placed on

the role of computer technologies in contemporary

organisations, and in particular the course aims to

prepare students for the emerging employment niches

in the fields of data communications, distributed

processing and PC-based local area networks.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

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»

ACOM107 Australian Society (10cp)

ACOM105 English Language Communication

Skills or ACOM106 English Language

Communication Skills (10cp)

ISYS101 Fundamentals of Business IS (10cp)

Five approved Faculty units from the

Bachelor of Business Information Systems

(50cp) including 30cp from ISYS units

Faculty Units

Faculty units vary from semester to semester, and

from campus to campus, but can include:

Bachelor of Business

Information Systems

(2 years)

>

Diploma in Business

Information Systems

(1 year)

English Language Program>

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

ACCT100 Principles of Accounting

BUSN100 Reasoning and Communications

HRMG100 Management and People

ISYS101 Fundamentals of Business IS

ISYS110 Applied Business IS

MKTG100 Principles of Marketing

STAT102 Business Statistics

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Business Information Systems has

been designed to serve as an alternate entry point

into the Bachelor of Business Information Systems.

Students who do not qualify for direct entry

into the Degree program may enter through the

successful completion of the Diploma program.

When students continue onto the Degree they will be

granted 80 credit points, which is equivalent to one year

of study. Upon subsequent entry to the Bachelor of

Business Information Systems, students will be able to select

electives to cater for their particular areas of interest.

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Diploma in Educational

Studies

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 6.0 (with

no less than 6.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Educational Studies aims

to develop the following attributes:

Location

Brisbane

Sydney (Strathfield)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

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Critical and analytical abilities;

Enthusiasm to search for further

knowledge and understanding;

Expertise in chosen academic field;

Knowledge and skills to meet relevant

professional requirements;

Understanding of and commitment to

professional ethical standards; and

Communication and interpersonal skills in

working with clients and colleagues.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

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»

»

ACOM107 Australian Society (10cp)

ACOM105 English Language

Communication Skills (10cp)

Six Faculty of Education units (60cp)

Faculty Units

Faculty units vary from semester to semester, and

from campus to campus, but can include:

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»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

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EDAB111 Indigenous Cultures and Peoples

EDAR100 Creative Arts Education: Visual Arts

EDFD127 Contexts for Learning and Development

EDFD133 Understanding Learning

EDLA104 Communication Skills and their Contexts

EDLA107 Linguistics for Literacy

EDLA108 Children’s Literature for Literacy

EDMA103 Exploring Mathematics 1

EDPH103 Personal Development

Health & Physical Education 1

EDST107 Science and Technology for Primary Teachers 1

THBS100 Introduction to the Bible

THCT100 What Christians Believe

Units from the Faculty of Arts

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Educational Studies is designed to serve

as an alternate entry point into the Bachelor of Education

(Primary) or Bachelor of Teaching / Bachelor of Arts.

When students continue onto a Degree they

will be granted up to 80 credit points, which

is equivalent to one year of study.

Bachelor of Education

(Primary) (3 years)

or

Bachelor of Teaching/

Bachelor of Arts (3-4 years)

> >

Diploma in Educational Studies

(1 year)

English Language Program

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Location

Sydney (North Sydney)

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July

Diploma in Environmental

Science

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Environmental Science is designed for

students interested in a broadly-based program. Students

study subjects relating to environmental issues, relevant

sciences, information technology and communication skills.

The course assists students to prepare for a diversity of

careers in government departments, industry, tourism,

environmental consultancies and environmental practice.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

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»

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

or ACOM106 Business Communication Skills (10cp)

Seven approved Faculty units from the

Bachelor of Environmental Science (70cp)

Faculty Units

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»

»

»

»

»

»

BIOL101 Fundamentals of Biology

BIOL102 Principles of Ecology

CHEM100 Fundamentals of Chemistry

ERTH100 Earth Science

PHYS105 Environmental Physics

ENVI100 Environmental Issues

INFO102 Introduction to Data Analysis

Bachelor of

Environmental Science

(2 years)

>

Diploma in

Environmental Science

(1 year)

English Language Program>

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Environmental Science is designed to

serve as an alternate entry point into the Bachelor of

Environmental Science. Students who do not qualify for

direct entry into the Degree program may enter through

the successful completion of the Diploma program.

When students continue onto the Degree

they will be granted 80 credit points, which

is equivalent to one year of study.

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Diploma in Exercise Science

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Exercise Science aims to prepare

students to improve their English skills in order to enter

and complete the Bachelor of Exercise Science. Upon

completion, it is expected that students will be able to:

Location

Sydney (Strathfield)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

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Demonstrate an understanding of basic concepts

and theories as they apply to everyday life, Exercise

Science, Sports Science and health care;

Display competent development of their

listening, speaking, reading and writing

skills in the English language;

Identify the way in which concepts and theories

from various disciplines have contributed to

the body of knowledge that supports a holistic

approach to Exercise and Sports Science;

Discuss and debate various issues associated

with the role of exercise in health and health

care, especially in an Australian context; and

Communicate with various individuals

and groups associated with academic

study and involved in health care.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

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»

»

»

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»

ACOM107 Australian Society

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

ACOM112 Exercise Science English 1

ACOM211 Exercise Science English 2

ACOM103 English for Academic Purposes1

Three units from the Bachelor of Exercise Science (30cp)

Faculty Units

Faculty units vary from semester to semester, and

from campus to campus, but can include:

»

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»

EXSC120 Mechanical Bases of Exercise Science

EXSC130 Foundations of Motor

Development and Behaviour

EXSC140 Physiological Bases of Exercise Science

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Exercise Science is designed to serve as an

alternate entry point into the Bachelor of Exercise Science.

Students who do not qualify for direct entry into the Degree

programs may enter through the successful completion

of the Diploma program. When students continue

onto a Degree they will be granted 30 credit points.

Bachelor of Exercise Science

(3 years)

> >

Diploma in Exercise Science

(1 year)

English Language Program

Upon subsequent entry to the Bachelor of Exercise

Science, students will be able to select electives

to cater for their particular areas of interest.

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Location

Brisbane

Sydney (Strathfield)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July

Diploma in Liberal Studies

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Liberal Studies is designed for students

interested in a broadly-based program that integrates the

study of Australian society with a wide choice of subjects

and the development of communication skills. Students

may choose subjects that provide credit towards the

Bachelor of Arts. The course assists students to prepare

for a diversity of careers in areas such as government,

industry, journalism, creative arts and education.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

»

»

»

ACOM107 Australian Society (10cp)

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

or ACOM106 Business Communication Skills (10cp)

Six approved Faculty units from the

Bachelor of Arts (60cp)

Faculty Units

Faculty units vary from semester to semester, and from

campus to campus, but can include the following disciplines:

Bachelor of Arts

(2 years)

>

Diploma in Liberal Studies

(1 year)

English Language Program>

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

Asian Studies

Australian Studies

Communication

Drama

Economics

Family Studies

Geography

History

Italian

Japanese

Literature

Mathematics

Music

Philosophy

Sociology

Theological Studies

Visual Arts

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Liberal Studies has been designed to

serve as an alternate entry point into the Bachelor of

Arts. Students who do not qualify for direct entry into

the Degree program may enter through the successful

completion of the Diploma program. When students

continue onto the Degree they will be granted up to 80

credit points, which is equivalent to one year of study.

Credit will only be granted where students’ unit choices

match those allowed within approved major and

minor sequences from within the Bachelor of Arts.

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Certificate IV in Nursing

HLT43407

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with no less

than 6.0 in speaking, and 5.0 in every other band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

» Interview and aptitude test

Note: Applicants must be onshore in Australia

in order to apply for this course

Location

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

Course Aims

This course is designed to prepare participants to work

in the aged care sector, rehabilitation centres, acute care

hospitals and the community. International students

will study alongside local Australian students.

Professional Recognition

Graduates will be eligible to apply for registration with the

Nurses Board of Victoria as a Registered Nurse, Division 2.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a series of compulsory

theory units, plus 320 hours of clinical practice in

aged care, acute, and rehabilitation facilities.

Theory Units

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HLTEN401A Work in the nursing profession

HLTEN509A Apply legal and ethical parameters

to nursing practice

HLTEN502A Apply effective communication

skills in nursing practice

HLTFA301B Apply first aid

HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status

HLTEN410A Deliver nursing care to consumers

with mental health conditions

HLTEN403A Undertake basic nursing client assessment

HLTOHS300A Contribute to the OHS process

HLTEN405A Implement basic nursing care

HLTEN505A Contribute to the complex nursing

care of clients

HLTEN414A Deliver basic nursing care to older clients

HLTIN301A Comply with infection control policies

and procedures in health work

HLTEN406A Undertake basic wound care

HLTAP501A Analyse health information

HLTHIR403B Work effectively with culturally diverse

clients and co-workers

HLTHIR404B Work effectively with Aboriginal and /or

Torres Straight Islander people

HLTEN415A Deliver nursing care to acute care clients

HLTEN507A Administer and monitor medications

in the workplace

HLTEN513A Implement and monitor nursing

care for clients with chronic health problems

Pathway Information

When students continue onto the Bachelor of Nursing they

will be granted 40 credit points towards their Degree studies.

Bachelor of Nursing

(3 years)

> >

Certificate IV in Nursing

(1 year)

English Language Program

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Location

Brisbane

Sydney (North Sydney)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July*

* July entry unavailable in Brisbane

Diploma in Tertiary

Preparation (Nursing)

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Tertiary Preparation (Nursing) aims to

further develop students’ English reading, writing,

listening and speaking skills to qualify them for successful

entry into the Bachelor of Nursing program.

Please note: The Diploma in Tertiary Preparation

(Nursing) is not a professional nursing qualification.

It is intended only as a pathway leading to the

ACU National Bachelor of Nursing program.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

ACOM107 Australian Society

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

ACOM103 English for Academic Purposes 1

ACOM117 English for Academic Purposes 2

ACOM108 Nursing English 1

ACOM208 Nursing English 2

ACOM116 Introduction to Nursing in Australia

ACOM117 Introduction to Science for Nurses

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Tertiary Preparation (Nursing) is

designed to serve as an alternate entry point into the

Bachelor of Nursing. Students who do not qualify

for direct entry into the Degree program may enter

through the successful completion of the Diploma.

Bachelor of Nursing

(3 years)

>

Diploma in Tertiary

Preparation (Nursing)

(1 year)

English Language Program>

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of

Nursing course, graduands are eligible to seek

immediate registration as Registered Nurses with

the relevant State Nurse’s Registration Authority.

Please note that registration as a nurse in Australia

is dependent upon meeting criteria of the relevant

registering authority. Students are advised to

discuss their eligibility with their Degree Course

Coordinator and the local registration authority.

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Diploma in Social Science

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Social Science is designed for students

interested in a broadly-based program that integrates

the study of behavioural science, sociology and

Australian society with a choice of other subjects

and the development of communication skills.

Location

Brisbane

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

ACOM107 Australian Society (10cp)

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

or ACOM106 Business Communication Skills (10cp)

BEHV101 Behavioural Science 1 (10cp)

BEHV102 Behavioural Science 2 (10cp)

SOCI100 Introduction to Sociology (10cp)

SOCI107 Sociological Research Methods:

Qualitative Methods (10cp)

Two approved units from the Bachelor

of Social Science (20cp)

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Social Science is designed to serve as

an alternate entry point into the Bachelor of Social

Science. Students who do not qualify for direct entry

into the Degree program may enter through the

successful completion of the Diploma program.

When students continue onto the Degree

they will be granted 80 credit points, which

is equivalent to one year of study.

Upon subsequent entry to the Bachelor of Social

Science, students are able to select from a variety

of major and minor sequences. These sequences

vary from campus to campus, but can include:

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»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

Youth Work

Family Studies

Theological Studies

Human Resource Management

Marketing

Counselling

Economics

Behavioural Science

Psychology

Sociology

Bachelor of Social Science

(2 years)

> >

Diploma in Social Science

(1 year)

English Language Program

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Location

Sydney (Strathfield)

Melbourne

Duration

1 year full-time

Commencement

February

July

Diploma in Visual

Arts and Design

Admission Requirements

» Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with

no less than 5.0 in each band)

» High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)

Course Aims

The Diploma in Visual Arts & Design is designed for students

interested in a broadly-based program that integrates the

study of selected units in the areas of studio-based art,

graphic design or history and theory of art and design

combined with relevant communication and business

skills. The course assists students to prepare for a diversity

of careers in the visual arts and design industries.

Course Structure

Students are required to complete a total

of 80 credit points, consisting of:

»

»

»

ACOM105 English Language Communication Skills

or ACOM106 Business Communication Skills (10cp)

HRMG100 Management and People or

MKTG100 Principles of Marketing (10cp)

Six approved Faculty units from the

Bachelor of Visual Arts (60cp)

Faculty Units

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

»

ARTS109 2D Studies 1

ARTS110 3D/4D Object Design 1

ARTS111 Graphic Design 1

ARTS112 Art and Design History and Theory 1

ARTS113 2D Studies 2

ARTS114 3D/4D Object Design 2

ARTS115 Graphic Design 2

ARTS116 Art and Design History and Theory 2

Bachelor of

Visual Arts and Design

(2 years)

>

Diploma in

Visual Arts and Design

(1 year)

English Language Program>

Pathway Information

The Diploma in Visual Arts & Design is designed

to serve as an alternate entry point into the

Bachelor of Visual Arts & Design.

Students who do not qualify for direct entry

into the Degree program may enter through the

successful completion of the Diploma program.

When students continue onto the Degree

they will be granted 80 credit points, which

is equivalent to one year of study.

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HOW TO APPLY

Lodge an Online Application

ACU National has a secure application facility on its website.

You should complete the electronic application form, upload

scanned documents and submit your application directly to

the University. Visit www.acu.edu.au/iapply to apply.

An application fee is payable for some programs.

Applicants may apply to the University at any time,

however closing dates for applications are as follows:

»

»

31 October for February (1st semester) intake

30 April for July (2nd semester) intake

Applications will be accepted after these dates if

vacancies exist. English Language applications can be

accepted at any time subject to intake vacancies.

Australian Year 12 Applicants

If you are currently undertaking an Australian Year 12

you can apply directly to ACU National for pathway

programs. Visit www.acu.edu.au/iapply to apply.

Offer of Place

If your application to ACU National has been

successful, you will receive a “Letter of Offer” from

the University. The letter will outline the following:

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»

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»

The course the applicant has been accepted into;

The starting date of the course;

The fees payable; and

The conditions of offer, if any (e.g. IELTS).

If your application is unsuccessful, we

will also advise you by letter.

Accept your Offer

To accept your place at ACU National,

please do the following:

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»

»

Sign the “Offer Acceptance and Payment Advice” form

Make a payment of fees as indicated on your offer

letter. You can pay by cheque or telegraphic transfer.

Send a copy of your signed form and evidence of

payment to: admin@acuiss.com.

Am I an International Student?

International students are classified as those who

wish to study on-campus in Australia using a

Student Visa or Temporary Resident Visa.

Please note: Citizens and Permanent Residents of Australia,

Citizens of New Zealand, and all students who wish to

study online or at a location outside Australia should

not apply through the International Education Office.

Obtain a Student Visa

Upon receipt of payment, the University will issue

an electronic “Confirmation of Enrolment” (eCOE).

Take this document to your nearest Australian

Visa Office in order to apply for a visa.

For information on visa matters, please refer

to the Australian Department of Immigration

and Citizenship via www.immi.gov.au.

NOTE:

Applicants from Assessment Level 3 & 4 countries should

not pay fees until advised by their Australian Visa Office

of Pre Visa Approval (PVA). A copy of the PVA letter

should be submitted along with the payment of fees.


CONTACT US

Prospective Student Offices

Brisbane

ACU National

1100 Nudgee Road

Banyo QLD 4014

AUSTRALIA

Ph: +61 7 3623 7340

Fax: +61 7 3623 7161

Email: international@acu.edu.au

Sydney

ACU National

42 Edward Street

North Sydney NSW 2060

Ph: +61 2 9739 2441

Fax: +61 2 9739 2001

Email: international@acu.edu.au

Melbourne

ACU National

115 Victoria Parade

Fitzroy VIC 3065

AUSTRALIA

Ph: +61 3 9953 3302

Fax: +61 3 9953 3145

Email: international@acu.edu.au

International Admissions Office

Pathway Programs

International Student Services

Level 6, 23 Berry Street

North Sydney NSW 2060

AUSTRALIA

Ph: +61 2 9955 7122

Fax: +61 2 9955 7153

Email: admissions@acuiss.com

Representative Agents

The University also has a network of authorised

representative agents around the world whom you

can contact for assistance with your application or

visa. For more information, visit our website.

www.acu.edu.au/international

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