Bachelor Degree (Higher education)

//Bachelor Degree (Higher education)
Bachelor Degree (Higher education)2018-10-12T12:36:44+00:00

Why study undergraduate in Australia?

Undergraduate study in Australia offers students international experience. Australian universities collaborate with other institutions at over 100 countries and regions while teaching staff is from all over the World. With Australian qualifications recognised by other countries, employers at different countries are willing to hire Australian graduates. Undergraduate study in Australia not only equips students with knowledge in the chosen profession, but also the transferable skills which can be adopted in other fields.

General Requirement

Basic Requirement

  • Completion of Year 12

Language Requirement

  • IELTS 6.0 or above
  • Short in English proficiency may enrol into English for Academic Purpose courses

Academic Requirement

  • Completion of Year 12

Budget

Tuition Fee:

  • Approx. AUD 15,000 – 35,000 p.a.

Living Expenses:

  • Approx. AUD 15,000 p.a.
Lack of Academic? Pathway to Bachelor

Australia welcomes everyone to study in Australia to achieve students’ study goal. If a student’s academic performance is marginal, there are always chances for students. A diploma course will be available for those students. Diploma course provided by universities covers the first-year subjects of a bachelor course. It usually has lower entry requirement for both academic and English proficiency. However, it provides student with a pathway to a bachelor course. A student completes a diploma successfully may enter into the second year of the bachelor studies. In addition, tuition fee for a diploma course is generally cheaper than the first year of a bachelor. Therefore, students may obtain an undergraduate qualification in an economical way with a diploma pathway.

1st year – 2nd year – 3rd year – Bachelor

Diploma – 2nd year (Bachelor) – 3rd year Bachelor – Bachelor

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