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Western Sydney University International College

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Overview

Through the college pathway program at Western Sydney International College, based in Parramatta, students can progress directly to a Western Sydney University degree.

Western Sydney University is among the world’s top two per cent of universities and is based in the heart of one of the fastest growing economic regions in Australia.

Western Sydney International College is home to international students from around the globe, has excellent teaching standards through highly qualified academics and offers programs that are internationally recognised. It works with industry leaders and business partners to ensure its course curriculum is relevant to industry.

Students can choose from foundation and diploma programs covering subject areas such as business; health science and nursing; art; engineering; and information and communication technology.

Small class sizes help students with personalised attention. Students are given the freedom to share ideas, constructively challenge lecturers, and enjoy peer-to-peer mentoring to develop their cognitive skills and creativity.

From day one of their study at Western Sydney International College, students are considered Western Sydney University students. Students can access facilities and services of Western Sydney University, such as its recreation facilities, computer labs, sport facilities, on-campus accommodation, and much more.

Students experience a vibrant student life both on and off campus, and can access social and academic support throughout their student journey. Students will graduate with employable skills for the workplace of today.

CRICOS: 03663C

Average Tuition Fee Per Year

Undergraduate
Fees are per year and for indicative purpose

15,11,855

Vocational
Fees are per year and for indicative purpose

14,70,576

Costs per year

Overall cost of living

10,66,956

Average private rent

5,50,391

What's new

What's new

In light of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in Australia and globally, the chief aim of Western Sydney University International College is to safeguard the wellbeing and health of all students, staff, and members of the wider community. The college has put into place a number of policies and processes to support this goal and is committed to flexibly adapting to novel circumstances.

The International College has transformed its standard educational model to deliver high-quality, online classes for all existing and new students. Students at the college will receive all the information they need to continue accessing their program’s content via specialist online learning platforms.

Each week the Student Services team is calling each student to check in with them. Student Services is also available for issues like deferring or attendance issues, academic support, welfare, and counselling.

As these challenging times continue, the International College continues to identify the best ways to support the student body and ensure that everyone at the college is able to achieve their academic potential. Students can submit queries to the college 24/7, and a new system for booking phone or video appointments with student and academic support staff is now online.

Teaching quality

Teaching quality

At Western Sydney University International College students will benefit from an educational model that is based around empowering and challenging its learners, while giving them the chance to shape and question their area of study.

The International College maintains excellent standards of teaching through a range of programs which are delivered by renowned academics who are experts in their areas.

Students will benefit from access to cutting-edge facilities ranging from modern computer laboratories, world class research and clinical facilities, and collaborative learning spaces. For independent study, a well-equipped library system, various self-study locations, and a suite of supportive academic staff make the International College the perfect place to learn.

The International College’s educational approach hinges on small class sizes, so that students can receive individual support. Students will find that their instructors and tutors are regularly available for additional academic contact, so they can truly deepen their understanding of course content.

Department structure

Department structure

For new students at the International College, their journey to university begins with an excellent standard of internationally recognised courses which include both Foundation Studies and Diploma courses. Students will successfully complete the pathway program and be able to progress directly to a Western Sydney University degree. The following programs are available at the International College:

Foundation Studies programs – these are courses designed to facilitate university entry, for international students who have completed Australian Year 11 secondary, or equivalent.

  • Business
  • Health Science and Nursing
  • Science

Diploma programs – completing one of the below diploma courses will entitle the successful student to direct entry into the second year of a corresponding bachelor’s degree program.

  • Arts
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Information and Communications Technology

Foundation Studies and Diploma programs can range from two to three terms in length (eight to twelve months). A student’s ideal course length will depend on their previous academic qualifications and their level of English language proficiency.

English Programs – these globally recognised English language courses are excellent for international students at every level of capability and will equip learners with the skills they need to excel in personal, professional, and academic English.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The International College is committed to making its courses and programs as accessible as possible to students, while maintaining an excellent standard of quality. Successful entry into a pathway course depends on a number of factors and may involve additional criteria according to the program that is being applied to. Prospective students should consult the specific profile of their chosen course before proceeding with their application.

The International College accepts certificates of completion or transcripts from a number of English tests for standard entry, including:

  • IELTS Indicator
  • TOEFL IBT Special Home Edition
  • Duolingo

Further information on English test score equivalencies can be acquired by contacting the admissions team.

In addition to the standard application form, applicants will need to accompany their application with documentary evidence of their academic qualifications, including reports and exam certificates.

Facilities

Facilities

Attending the International College is a fantastic chance for international students to experience life in Australia and become part of a thriving international community. The college is home to students and visitors from dozens of countries around the world and is fortunately located on the doorstep of the bustling, multicultural city of Sydney.

During their downtime, students will find that they are spoilt for choice with a range of activities and experiences. With world-class entertainment and culture, iconic architecture known around the world, and an excellent food and nightlife scene, Sydney has everything. Not only that, but the breath-taking natural landscapes of Australia are just a short drive or flight away.

The International college offers a variety of accommodation options available for new and existing students, designed to fit every type of budget and lifestyle. On-campus accommodation is an unbeatable way to quickly make friends and be at the centre of the ‘buzz’ of college life.

The campus is also home to the library, food and drink options, academic services, support services, and a range of recreational and sporting facilities.

Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

A number of scholarships are available to prospective students including:

Western Wisdom – 50 per cent scholarship

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Students must meet direct entry into the Foundation or Diploma course in term one, 2021.
  • Students must demonstrate achieving academic results of 75 per cent for qualifications they have used to apply for entry.
  • A personal written statement of 500 words or less addressing the question- How will a degree at Western Sydney University help your career prospects in the future?

Terms & Conditions

  • Western Wisdom Merit based Scholarships are limited (five available for term one 2021).
  • Closing date for applications is 29th January 2021.
  • Academic Director/College Principal or delegate will make final assessment on candidates.
  • Successful applicants will be contacted within a week from closing date and will need to accept the offer no later than 12th February 2021.
  • Western Wisdom Merit Scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other bursary or scholarship.
  • The International College reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

Western Way – AUD 5, 000 bursary

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Students must meet direct entry into a Foundation or Diploma course in term one, 2021.
  • Students must demonstrate achieving academic results of 75 per cent for qualifications they have used to apply for entry.
  • Students must take a full-time study load.
  • Students must have applied for the Western Wisdom Merit Scholarship.

Terms and conditions:

  • Western Way bursaries are limited.
  • The International College will conduct assessment on candidate’s eligibility.
  • Successful applicants will be contacted within a week from closing date (29th February) and to accept the offer no later than 12th February 2021.
  • Western Way Bursary cannot be used in conjunction with any other bursary or scholarship.
  • The International College reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

 

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