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Australia Foundation Program

Foundation courses help International students who may not initially meet entry requirements to undergraduate study at Australian universities and colleges. The programs normally last for one year, and students are not required to sit for public examinations. Programs for Foundation include business, science, and health science which include compulsory and elective subjects. In general, students are measured by internal assessments; some foundation courses promise a place at university after successful completion of the course.

ANU College

CRICOS Provider Code: 01682E

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. Located on the ANU campus, the college provides the ideal place to adjust to life and studies in Australia. ANU College graduates are provided with academic and personal support to ensure they excel in their studies at ANU.

Monash College

CRICOS Provider Code: 01857J

Monash College is fully owned by Monash University, Australia’s largest university. Monash College are the preferred pathway to Monash University for international students. It offers foundation programs and English language courses, diplomas, study abroad, professional experience programs, and more. For over 20 years, the institute has been helping international students get into its desired degree courses and preparing them for success in the workforce. Through its network of industry partners, Monash College provides work experience programs and professional placement initiatives.

The University of Adelaide College

Foundation Studies and Degree Transfer programs (The University of Adelaide) CRICOS 00123M | English language programs (Kaplan) CRICOS 03127E

Students at the University of Adelaide College can look forward to a personal and enriching experience. The institute’s dedicated and experienced staff are available to help its students every step of the way, from their arrival at the College to their graduation and progression into their chosen University of Adelaide program. It provides personal support to help students achieve their best in their studies and to ensure that they are comfortable in their social lives outside of the College, preparing them for university and their careers beyond.

Eynesbury College

CRICOS Provider Code: 00561M

Eynesbury offers the most comprehensive range of pathway programs in South Australia, which provides maximum flexibility in assisting students to gain entry to their chosen degree pathway and in preparing them for academic success at University. As a leading pathway provider for almost 30 years, the institute has successfully prepared thousands of students for university in Australia.

Trinity College

CRICOS Provider Code: 00709G

Trinity College has a diverse student body of more than 2,000 students from a wide range of socio-economic, geographic and cultural backgrounds that creates a vibrant community. Teachers and tutors support and challenge you academically, mentors will guide and advise you, visiting scholars will enrich and inspire you, and there are plenty of staff and students to offer pastoral care and support.

UNSW Foundation Studies

CRICOS Provider Code: 01020K

UNSW Foundation Studies (UFS) is the longest-running and leading pre-university foundation program in Australia. It is designed specifically for students with an international education background and upon successful completion international students have a guaranteed place via a provisional offer to an undergraduate degree at UNSW Australia (the University of New South Wales) in Sydney.

St Paul's International College

CRICOS Provider Code: 00379J

St Paul’s International College was founded in 1986 by the Sisters of St Paul de Chartres. This Order, founded in France in the late 17th century, has a long history of promoting academic excellence providing excellence in modern education while maintaining the Order’s core values.

International Education Services (University of Queensland Foundation Year)

CRICOS Provider Code: 01697J

International Education Services Limited (IES) is a Brisbane based, not-for-profit organisation. IES Foundation Year programs guarantee entry into most undergraduate programs at The University of Queensland to all students who meet the specific standards for their chosen program. More than 5,000 international students have successfully completed the program and progressed to the University of Queensland. The IES Foundation Year annually enrols over 600 students from more than 40 different countries.

Taylors College

CRICOS Provider Code: 01682E(NSW), 01963G (WA)

Established in 1920, Taylors College provides world-class secondary school education and specialised university preparation programs in partnership with leading universities in Australia and New Zealand. At Taylors College, the unique learning environment allows students to fulfil their ambitions and to enjoy life at university and beyond.



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