Australian Higher Education
There are many universities in Australia ranging in size from 3000 students to more than 30,000 students. All Australian universities are strictly monitored to maintain high standards in teaching and research. Most of these universities are located in cities, while some are found in rural environments.
Universities offer courses in a wide range of areas at the following levels:
- Bachelor Degree
- Graduate Certificate
- Graduate Diploma
- Master Degree
- Doctorate (PhD)
Each university has its own entrance requirements for each course offered. You will also need to have a minimum level of English before you can start a course. Most courses start in February, however, some may also start in July and October.
Australia is home to a number of excellent pathway providers that will help you on your way to a university education. Generally, university pathway programs run 20 hours a week for a full year, although you can undertake intensive courses to reduce the time it takes to get into your university Degree program. University pathway program is for students who’s not eligible for applying to a bachelor course directly or who wants to study in advance prior to start the intended bachelor course as a preparation step.
Why choose a university pathway program?
- Great pathways to Australia’s renowned universities
- Get to know every cities you’ve chosen, improve your English and learn about
- Australian culture before you get stuck into university studies
- Flexible entry programs allow you to start at various times throughout the year
List of Higher Education Institutions