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2021 Prospectus

THE
UNIVERSITY
OF ADELAIDE
COLLEGE
The Preferred Pathway Provider
to the University of Adelaide    college.adelaide.edu.au
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At the University of Adelaide College, we specialise in             The University of Adelaide is internationally recognised for
providing students with the first step towards undergraduate        its academic excellence in learning and research.
and postgraduate studies at the University of Adelaide –
                                                                    Our degrees are world-class, infused with cutting edge
one of the prestigious Group of Eight universities.
                                                                    research and technology that encourages critical thinking,
International students who choose to study at the College           problem solving, teamwork and communication.
are provided with a strong academic program presented
                                                                    By every measure, the University of Adelaide - a member
by experienced and highly qualified teachers. By ensuring
                                                                    of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight research-
our students work in small classes we are able to provide
                                                                    intensive universities - stands tall among the word’s leading
individual attention, support and guidance.
                                                                    institutions of learning and innovation. The clearest
Every year hundreds of our students progress to the University      indication of this is our consistently high rating by the
of Adelaide to study in either an undergraduate or postgraduate     most respected international assessment bodies: QS World
degree. The preparation received at the College has been            University Rankings, Times High Education and Shanghai
crucial to their successful transition to university study.         Jiao Tong’s Academic Rankings of World Universities. All
                                                                    consider us one of the top 1% of universities worldwide,
Ensuring that students feel part of our College community is
                                                                    and the top university in our state.
one of our major priorities. There are a number of dedicated
and caring professionals whose role it is to ensure that students   Our partnership with the University of Adelaide College
feel at home at the College and are supported in their studies.     extends almost 20 years, and together we have supported
                                                                    thousands of students to achieve their academic potential.
On behalf of all our staff I extend a personal invitation to
you to join us here at the University of Adelaide College.          I encourage you to make the most of your College
                                                                    experience as you prepare for entry into your chosen
It is a wonderful place to study and I am confident
                                                                    undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the University of
that you will enjoy your time here.
                                                                    Adelaide.

Siobhan Guy                                                         Professor Mike Brooks
National Campus Director                                            Acting Vice-Chancellor
The University of Adelaide College                                  The University of Adelaide
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The University of Adelaide College

2021 PROSPECTUS
CONTENTS
2    Why study at the University of Adelaide College?

4    Campus facilities

6    The University of Adelaide

8    University pathway guide

10   Foundation Studies Program

14   Health and Medical Sciences

16   Degree Transfer Program

20   Pre-Master’s Program

24   English Language Programs

26   Student success

28   Student Services

30   Adelaide

34   Accommodation

36   Domestic fees

37   International fees

38   Undergraduate entry requirements

38   Postgraduate entry requirements

40   Academic Calendar

41   Application Form

43   Terms and conditions
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WHY STUDY
    WITH US
    As the Preferred Pathway
    Provider to the University
    of Adelaide, you can have
    confidence that the program
    you study with us will prepare
    you for university.
    We work in partnership with the University of
    Adelaide to give you the best learning opportunities.
    All of our study programs are designed with the
    University’s requirements in mind. Our timetable
    ensures we have small class sizes, so you can always
    rely on individual support and assistance from your
    teachers. Once you successfully complete your
    program at the College you’re guaranteed entry*
    to your packaged degree at the University with no
    further English language evidence required^.

    * Foundation Studies students must achieve a set score as outlined
    in their offer letter. Some degrees in the Faculty of Health and
    Medical Sciences and the Bachelor of Music have additional entry
    requirements. Please ask us for details.
    ^ Bachelor of Nursing and other degrees in the Faculty of Health and
    Medical Sciences may have additional English language requirements.
    Please ask us for details.

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FLEXIBLE
          PROGRAM
          DELIVERY
          TO SUIT YOU
          Start studying with us online with
          confidence that when you’re able
          to join us face-to-face we’ll be here
          for you.

          FOUNDATION STUDIES PROGRAM
          If you have completed the
          equivalent of Australian Year 11
          you may enrol in our Foundation
          Studies Program. Our experienced
          teachers will ensure you’re
          studying all the prerequisite
          subjects to prepare you for
          university. Once you achieve the
          score set out in your offer letter
          you will be guaranteed entry into
          first year of your packaged degree
          at the University.

          DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM
          If you have completed the
          equivalent of Australian Year 12
          you may enrol in our Degree
          Transfer Program. You will study
          the first year University syllabus on
          campus with university students.
          On successful completion you will
          receive credit for the first year
          courses you’ve studied and you’re
          guaranteed entry into the second
          year of your packaged degree at
          the University.

          PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM
          If you have the equivalent of an
          Australian bachelor’s degree you
          may enrol in our Pre-Master’s
          Program. We will tailor your
          program according to your
          English and academic ability. All
          credit-bearing courses are the
          University’s syllabus, and once
          successfully completed you will
          receive credit for these subjects
          and enjoy guaranteed entry into
          your second trimester or semester
          of your packaged master’s degree.

Why study at the University of Adelaide College? 3
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OUR CAMPUS
       FACILITIES
       As a student at the University of Adelaide
       College you will have access to first class facilities at
       both the College and at the University of Adelaide.

    The University of Adelaide College campus

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COLLEGE FACILITIES:
• Modern classrooms and study areas
• Collaborative space
• Dedicated student computer suite
• Student kitchen
• Student lounges
• Student resource centre

UNIVERSITY FACILITIES:
• Hub Central
• Barr Smith Library
• UniBar
• Sports Hub Fitness Centre
• University social clubs
   and societies
• Prayer rooms

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THE UNIVERSITY
    OF ADELAIDE
    The University of Adelaide is one of Australia’s
    leading research-intensive universities and is
    consistently ranked among the top 1% universities
    in the world*.

    A University of Adelaide education           GROUP OF EIGHT
    prepares graduates for meaningful
                                                 The University of Adelaide is a member of the Group of Eight,
    careers, relevant to the changing
                                                 a coalition of Australia’s leading research-intensive universities,
    requirements of employers and the
                                                 which include some of the largest and oldest institutions in the
    needs of industry and the community.
                                                 country.
    We are a university committed to global
    perspectives – where international           RESEARCH THAT SHAPES THE FUTURE
    and domestic students learn with and         The University of Adelaide leads world-class research that responds
    from one another in an environment           to industry needs and societal challenges. The outcomes translate
    that pursues excellence, values              to social and economic benefits that impact and improve the world
    creativity and welcomes diversity.           around us.
    University of Adelaide graduates gain deep   A reputation for research excellence, with 100% of our research
    discipline knowledge while developing        rated ‘world-class or above’ by ERA, with 41 fields achieving the
    the skills that employers desire, such as    highest possible rating.
    leadership, critical thinking and problem
    solving, as well as communication,           Our researchers work closely with government, industry and global
    resilience and an entrepreneurial mindset.   partners, creating new industries and changing existing ones.
    We facilitate lifelong learning for past     Our current industries of focus are:
    students or industry who need to             • Defence, Cyber and Space
    upskill, reskill or develop capabilities
    in the fast-changing world of work.          • Energy, Mining and Resources
    The integration of research and education    • Health and Biotech
    provides a foundation for a generation
                                                 • Creative and Culture
    of entrepreneurs who can translate
    new knowledge into societal benefit.         • Agriculture, Food and Wine.
                                                 Our researchers work with more than 400 government and
                                                 industry partners per year on research contracts worth more
                                                 than $40 million.
                                                 We have six world-leading, multidisciplinary research institutes,
                                                 tackling the world’s grand challenges. They work in a culture of
                                                 innovation, combining academic creativity with commercial rigour
                                                 to connect today’s research with solutions for tomorrow.

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                                                                  Top 1%
                                                                 of universities
                                                                    globally*

                                                                   7,000+
                                                             International students
                                                             from 100+ countries^

                                                                     100+
                                                               Rhodes Scholars^

                                                                     140+
                                                              Fullbright Scholars^

                                                                         5
                                                             Nobel Prize winners^

                                                             *Times Higher (2020) and QS ranking (2021)
                                                                                  ^www.adelaide.edu.au

 isit adelaide.edu.au for more information about studying
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at the University of Adelaide
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UNIVERSITY PATHWAY GUIDE
With our range of flexible university preparation programs, you can design your own
pathway into one of the many degrees on offer at the University of Adelaide.

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE                                             THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
                                                                       Foundation Studies intakes                Degree Transfer intakes
                                                            Duration
    Bachelor’s degrees                                                 Standard                      Accelerated Extended           Standard         Accelerated
                                                            (years)
                                                                         MAR       APR         AUG      OCT       MAR       OCT       FEB      JUL      OCT
    B Agricultural Sciences                                    3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Applied Data Analytics                                   3          •          •          •        •
    B Architectural Design                                     3          •          •          •
    B Arts                                                     3          •          •          •        •
    B Business                                                 3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •         •
    B Commerce                                                 3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •         •
    B Computer Science                                         3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Creative Arts                                            3          •          •          •        •
    B Criminology                                              3          •          •          •        •
    B Dental Surgery*                                          5          •
    B Economics                                                3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •         •
    B Engineering (Honours) - Flexible Entry ^                 1          •          •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Architectural and Stuctural)      4          •          •          •        •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Chemical)                         4          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Civil)                            4          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic)        4          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Environmental)                    4          •          •          •        •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical)                       4          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Mining)                           4          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum) with majors            4          •          •          •                             •            •    •
    B Engineering (Honours) (Software)                         4          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Environmental Policy and Management                      3          •          •          •        •
    B Finance                                                  3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Food and Nutrition Science                               3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Health and Medical Sciences                              3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Information Technology                                   3          •          •          •        •          •         •            •    •
    B Innovation and Entrepreneurship                          3          •          •          •        •
    B International Development                                3          •          •          •        •
    B International Relations                                  3          •          •          •        •
    B Languages                                                3          •          •
    B Laws                                                     4          •          •          •        •
    B Mathematical and Computer Sciences                       3          •          •          •        •

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE                                                   THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
                                                                             Foundation Studies intakes                     Degree Transfer intakes
                                                                  Duration
 Bachelor’s degrees                                                          Standard                         Accelerated Extended             Standard         Accelerated
                                                                  (years)
                                                                               MAR        APR        AUG          OCT        MAR       OCT       FEB      JUL      OCT
 B Mathematical Sciences                                             3           •         •           •            •
 B Media                                                             3           •         •           •            •
 B Medicine and B Surgery*                                           6           •
 B Music*                                                            3           •                     •
 B Nursing*                                                          3           •         •
 B Occupational Therapy (Honours)*                                   4           •         •
 B Oral Health*                                                      3           •
 B Philosophy, Politics and Economics                                3           •         •           •            •
 B Physiotherapy (Honours)*                                          4           •         •
 B Project Management                                                3           •         •           •            •
 B Psychological Science                                             3           •         •           •            •
 B Science**                                                         3           •         •           •            •             •      •            •    •
 B Science (Animal Behaviour)                                        3           •         •           •            •
 B Science (Animal Science)                                          3           •         •
 B Science (Biomedical Science)                                      3           •         •           •            •             •      •            •    •
 B Science (Biotechnology)                                           3           •         •           •            •
 B Science (Honours) (High Performance Computational
                                                                     4           •         •
 Physics)
 B Science (Marine Biology)                                          3           •         •           •            •
 B Science (Mineral Geoscience)                                      3           •         •           •            •
 B Science (Space Science and Astrophysics)                          3           •         •
 B Science (Veterinary Bioscience)*                                  3           •
 B Science (Wildlife Conservation Biology)                           3           •         •           •            •
 B Sociology                                                         3           •         •           •            •
 B Speech Pathology (Honours)*                                       4           •         •
 B Teaching (Middle) with B Arts                                     4           •         •
 B Teaching (Middle) with B Business Management                      4           •         •
 B Teaching (Middle) with B Mathematical and
                                                                     4           •         •
 Computer Sciences
 B Teaching (Middle) with B Music                                    4           •         •
 B Teaching (Middle) with B Science                                  4           •         •
 B Teaching (Secondary) with B Arts                                  4           •         •
 B Teaching (Secondary) with B Economics                             4           •         •
 B Teaching (Secondary) with B Mathematical and
                                                                     4           •         •
 Computer Sciences
 B Teaching (Secondary) with B Music                                 4           •         •
 B Teaching (Secondary) with B Science                               4           •         •
 B Technology (Construction)                                         4           •         •           •            •
 B Technology (Defence Industries)                                   3           •         •           •            •
 B Veterinary Technology                                             3           •
 B Viticulture and Oenology                                          4           •         •           •            •             •      •            •    •

Note: Degrees with other entry criteria or quotas cannot be packaged.
*Other selection criteria and/or quotas may apply for acceptance at the University of Adelaide.
^Students must transfer into a named Bachelor of Engineering degree at the completion of the first year of the bachelor degree.
†Bachelor of Teaching and Bachelor of Nursing will have higher IELTS requirements. Please ask us for details.
**Not all majors are offered. Please enquire for availability.
     For more information on available degrees at the
     University of Adelaide visit adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder                                                                                 University Pathway Guide 9
FOUNDATION
                                                                                                                                 STUDY ONLINE

                                                                                                                            START NOW

         STUDIES
                                                                                                                                 JOIN FACE TO
                                                                                                                                  FACE LATER

         PROGRAM
          CRICOS course codes: 041530A, 041531M, 094915A

         Our Foundation Studies Program is the perfect pathway to
         your dream degree at the University of Adelaide.

         Program benefits:
         • Our program has been designed                                    Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Bachelor
            with the University specifically                                 of Oral Health, Bachelor of Science
            for international students who                                   (Veterinary Bioscience), Bachelor
            have completed the equivalent of                                 of Music, Bachelor of Nursing and
            Australian Year 11. Foundation                                   Allied Health degrees have additional
            Studies will prepare you for entry into                          entry requirements. Please ask us for
            first year of your packaged bachelor’s                           details.
            degree.
                                                                           •W
                                                                             e offer a wide range of subjects
         • Once you achieve the score outlined                             for Foundation Studies students.
            in your offer letter (see pages 12                              Our staff will ensure you meet any
            and 13) you’re guaranteed entry to                              prerequisite subjects, and your other
            your packaged degree, and, for most                             subjects are relevant to your packaged
            bachelor’s degrees, you won’t need to                           bachelor’s degree.
            provide any further English language
                                                                           •T
                                                                             he University will issue you a
            evidence.
                                                                            packaged Confirmation of Enrolment
         • Degrees including the Bachelor of                               for the entire duration of study at the
            Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery,                               College and the University.

         Foundation Studies pathway
         On successful completion of your Foundation Studies Program, and having attained the required score (see pages
         12 and 13), you will progress to the first year of your packaged undergraduate degree at the University of Adelaide.

         The University of Adelaide College                                                  The University of Adelaide

             Foundation Studies Program (FSP)
             2 semesters, 9-11 months                                                           1st Year              2nd Year        3rd Year
             Progression: Min. 70% pass*, English: no IELTS required

                       semester 1                                     semester 2                              undergraduate degree

     *
         Subject to satisfying the University’s entry requirements.

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I RECOMMEND THE COLLEGE BECAUSE
                                                                                                                        OF THE STUDY ENVIRONMENT, VERY
                                                                                                                        SUPPORTIVE TEACHERS, AND GOOD
                                                                                                                        LOCATION AS IT IS THE CLOSEST
                                                                                                                        EXPERIENCE TO UNI. MY TIPS ARE: DON’T
                                                                                                                        BE AFRAID TO ASK, EVERYONE IS SO NICE
                                                                                                                        HERE, AND TAKE EVERY OPPORTUNITY
                                                                                                                        YOU CAN TO ENJOY THE MANY
                                                                                                                        INTERESTING EVENTS.
                                                                                                                        Marady Peou (Jason), Cambodia
                                                                                                                        Foundation Studies pathway to Nursing

Program overview
                                                                                                                                           Areas of Study
To complete your Foundation Studies Program and progress to the first
year of your packaged bachelor’s degree at the University of Adelaide
you will need to study five subjects over two semesters. For more
information and subject recommendations please see pages 12 and 13.                                                                                    Science and
                                                                                                                                                       Agriculture
                                      STANDARD (FSP)           STANDARD (FSP)          STANDARD (FSP)           ACCELERATED (FSPX)

 Study weeks                          40 weeks                 40 weeks                40 weeks                 34 weeks

 Intake dates                         3 Mar 2021               21 Apr 2021             4 Aug 2021               20 Oct 2021                            Business, Economics
 English entry requirements           IELTS 5.5 (all bands 5.0 or above) or equivalent OR
                                                                                                                                                       and Law
                                      Completion of English for Academic Purposes
 Academic entry requirements          Australian Year 11 or equivalent (see academic entry requirements page 38)

 Contact hours*                       20 hours per week        20 hours per week       20 hours per week        25 hours per week
                                                                                                                                                       Health and
 Compulsory subjects                  Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                                                       Medical Sciences
                                      English for Academic Purposes
 Other available subjects             Accounting               Computing and           General                  Music Appreciation
                                                               Information             Mathematics              and Practice^
                                      Australian Studies^      Systems
                                      Biology                  Design Studies^
                                                                                       Maths Methods            Nutrition^                             Education,
                                      Chemistry
                                                                                       Musicianship^            Physics                                Humanities, Music
                                                               Economics
                                                                                                                Specialist Maths                       and Social Sciences
*Students must also complete 20 – 25 hours per week of independent learning scheduled into a negotiated study plan.
^ Subject available in the March and August intakes only.

                                                                                                                                                       Engineering, Computer
This Foundation Studies Program meets the requirements for foundation programs which have been registered on CRICOS for delivery in
Australia to overseas students providing an academic preparation for seeking entry to first year undergraduate study or equivalent.
                                                                                                                                                       and Mathematical
                                                                                                                                                       Sciences
        Visit college.adelaide.edu.au/foundation-studies for more
         information about the Foundation Studies Program

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FOUNDATION STUDIES CURRICULUM
To progress to your packaged degree at the University of Adelaide you will need to
achieve the score listed on the table. Our College staff will assist you to select subjects
that meet any university prerequisites (compulsory subjects).

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE                                                     THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
                                                                               Required progression
 Discipline          Bachelor’s degree (First year entry)                                             Intakes          Required subjects
                                                                               score from College
 Faculty of Arts
 Arts,               B Languages                                                      70%             Mar, Apr         •   Australian Studies (March and August)
 Humanities and      B Arts                                                           70%             Mar, Apr, Aug,   •   C
                                                                                                                            omputing and Information Systems
 Social Sciences                                                                                      Oct              •   Critical Thinking
                     B Criminology                                                    74%                              •   English for Academic Purposes
                     B Environmental Policy and Management                            70%                                  One of:
                     B International Development                                                                           Maths Methods OR General Mathematics
                                                                                                                           OR Economics OR Biology OR Nutrition
                     B International Relations                                                                             OR Chemistry
                     B Philosophy, Politics and Economics
                     B Sociology
 Music               B Music                                                          70%             Mar, Aug**       •   Musicianship
                                                                                                                       •   Music Appreciation and Practice
                                                                                                                       •   Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                       •   English for Academic Purposes
                                                                                                                           One of:
                                                                                                                           Australian Studies OR Economics OR
                                                                                                                           Computing and Information Systems OR
                                                                                                                           Maths Methods OR General Mathematics
 Teaching†           B Teaching (Middle) with B Music                                 74%             Mar
                     B Teaching (Middle) with B Arts                                                  Mar, Apr
                     B Teaching (Middle) with B Mathematical and Computer
                     Sciences
                     B Teaching (Middle) with B Science
                                                                                                                       See required subjects associated with specific
                     B Teaching (Secondary) with B Arts
                                                                                                                       bachelor destinations.
                     B Teaching (Secondary) with B Economics
                     B Teaching (Secondary) with B Mathematical and Computer
                     Sciences
                     B Teaching (Secondary) with B Music
                     B Teaching (Secondary) with B Science
 Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
 Computer Science    B Computer Science                                               70%             Mar, Apr, Aug,   • Computing and Information Systems OR
 and IT                                                                                               Oct                  Physics
                     B Mathematical and Computer Sciences                                                              • Maths Methods
                     B Technology (Defence Industries)                                65%                              • S pecialist Maths
                                                                                                                       • Critical Thinking
                     B Technology (Construction)                                      70%                              • E  nglish for Academic Purposes
                     B Information Technology                                         65%                              •   Computing and Information Systems
                                                                                                                       •   Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                       •   English for Academic Purposes
                                                                                                                       •   General Mathematics
 Engineering         B Engineering (Honours)(Electrical and Electronic)               77%             Mar, Apr, Aug,   •   Maths Methods
                                                                                                      Oct              •   Specialist Maths
                     B Engineering (Honours)(Software)
                                                                                                                       •   Critical Thinking
                     B Engineering (Honours)(Civil)                                                                    •   Chemistry OR Physics OR Biology
                     B Engineering (Honours)(Mining)                                                                   •   English for Academic Purposes
                     B Engineering (Honours)(Mechanical)
                     B Engineering (Honours)(Flexible Entry)                                          Mar, Apr
                     B Engineering (Honours)(Petroleum)                                               Mar, Apr, Aug
                     B Engineering (Honours) (Architectural and Structural)                           Mar, Aug, Oct
                     B Engineering (Honours) (Environmental)                                          Mar, Aug, Oct    •   Maths Methods
                     B Engineering (Honours) (Chemical)                                                                •   Specialist Maths
                                                                                                                       •   Chemistry
                                                                                                                       •   Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                       •   English for Academic Purposes
 Mathematical        B Mathematical Sciences                                          77%             Mar, Apr, Aug,   • Critical Thinking
 Sciences                                                                                             Oct              • Maths Methods
                                                                                                                       • Specialist Maths
                                                                                                                       • C
                                                                                                                          omputing and Information Systems OR
                                                                                                                         Physics
                                                                                                                       • English for Academic Purposes

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE                                                                 THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
                                                                                            Required progression
 Discipline            Bachelor’s degree (First year entry)                                                        Intakes             Required subjects
                                                                                            score from College
 Architecture          B Architectural Design                                                       74%            Mar, Apr, Aug       • Design Studies
                                                                                                                                       • M
                                                                                                                                          aths Methods OR General Mathematics
                                                                                                                                       • C
                                                                                                                                          omputing and Information Systems OR
                                                                                                                                         Australian Studies
                                                                                                                                       • Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                                       • English for Academic Purposes
 Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
 Health and Medical B Dental Surgery*                                                              83%             Mar                 •   Chemistry
 Sciences           B Health and Medical Sciences                                                   77%            Mar, Apr, Aug,      •   M
                                                                                                                                            aths Methods OR General Mathematics
                                                                                                                   Oct                 •   P
                                                                                                                                            hysics OR Biology OR Nutrition
                                                                                                                                       •   Critical Thinking
                       B Medicine and B Surgery*                                                   83%             Mar
                                                                                                                                       •   English for Academic Purposes
                       B Nursing^                                                                  70%
                       B Occupational Therapy (Hons)^                                              83%
                       B Oral Health*                                                              70%
                       B Physiotherapy^ (Hons)                                                     83%             Mar, Apr
                       B Psychological Science                                                     74%             Mar, Apr, Aug,
                                                                                                                   Oct
                       B Speech Pathology (Hons)^                                                  83%             Mar
 Faculty of the Professions
 Business,             B Business                                                                  74%             Mar, Apr, Aug,      • Economics OR Accounting
 Commerce and                                                                                                      Oct                 • Maths Methods OR General Mathematics
                       B Commerce
 Economics                                                                                                                             • Computing and Information Systems OR
                       B Economics                                                                                                       Australian Studies
                       B Finance                                                                                                       • Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                                       • English for Academic Purposes
                       B Innovation and Entrepreneurship
                       B Project Management

  Law                  B Laws                                                                      80%             Mar, Apr, Aug,      • Economics OR Accounting
                                                                                                                   Oct                 • Maths Methods OR General Mathematics
                                                                                                                                       • Computing and Information Systems OR
                                                                                                                                         Australian Studies
                                                                                                                                       • Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                                       • English for Academic Purposes
 Faculty of Sciences
 Science               B Applied Data Analytics                                                    70%             Mar, Apr, Aug,      • Chemistry
                                                                                                                   Oct                    aths Methods OR
                                                                                                                                       • M
                       B Agricultural Sciences
                                                                                                                                         General Mathematics
                       B Food and Nutrition Science                                                70%                                 • P
                                                                                                                                          hysics OR Biology OR Nutrition
                       B Science                                                                                                       • Critical Thinking
                                                                                                                                       • English for Academic Purposes
                       B Science (Animal Science)                                                  77%             Mar, Apr
                       B Science (Animal Behaviour)                                                74%             Mar, Apr, Aug,
                                                                                                                   Oct
                       B Science (Biomedical Science)
                       B Science (Biotechnology)
                       B Science (Honours) (High Performance Computational Physics)                77%             Mar, Apr
                       B Science (Marine Biology)                                                  74%             Mar, Apr, Aug,
                                                                                                                   Oct
                       B Science (Mineral Geoscience)
                       B Science (Space Science and Astrophysics)                                  74%             Mar, Apr
                       B Science (Veterinary Bioscience)#                                          83%             Mar
                       B Veterinary Technology                                                     77%             Mar, Apr
                       B Science (Wildlife Conservation Biology)                                   74%             Mar, Apr, Aug,
                                                                                                                   Oct
                       B Viticulture and Oenology                                                  74%             Mar, Apr, Aug,
                                                                                                                   Oct

* These programs have additional entry requirements. Please see pages 14 and 15 for further details.
** Music has additional entry requirements and is recommended for the March intake only.
^ These programs have specific entry requirements including English proficiency tested at progression to the University. Please see page 15 for further details.
#
  Other selection criteria apply. Please ask us for more details.
Not all elective subjects will be offered in every intake and are subject to demand. Students should consult adelaide.edu.au.degree-finder for degree prerequisites. There are
advanced degrees and double degrees which may be available to students, dependent on meeting progression score requirements.

        See college.adelaide.edu.au/foundation-studies for more information regarding intakes and subject availability.

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HEALTH AND
     MEDICAL
     SCIENCES
     The University of Adelaide is a world leader in health
     education and research. The Faculty of Health and Medical
     Sciences is number 1 in South Australia for Medicine,
     Nursing, Psychology and Dentistry                    *

     At the University you will learn in     Step 1: Prerequisite subjects
     stunning state-of-the-art facilities
                                             During your Foundation Studies Program you must successfully complete one of
     that are among the world’s best,
                                             the following prerequisite subjects – Biology, Chemistry or Maths. Our College
     while being guided by outstanding
                                             staff will help you select your Foundation Studies prerequisite subjects.
     educators and researchers who are
     national and international leaders in
     their field.                            Step 2: Achieve a mandatory progression score
     The following programs in the
                                             in your Foundation Studies Program
     Faculty of Health and Medical            B MEDICINE AND B SURGERY   B DENTAL SURGERY   B ORAL HEALTH
     Sciences have additional entry           83%                        83%                70%
     requirements. Please search
     for Admissions Guide at
     future.ask.adelaide.edu.au              Step 3: Achieve an acceptable English proficiency score
     • Bachelor of Medicine and              IELTS is the preferred testing system and a minimum
       Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)            score of 7.0 overall, all bands 7.0 is required.
     • Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
     • Bachelor of Oral Health (BOH)         Step 4: Register for University Clinical Aptitude Test for Australia and New
                                             Zealand (UCAT ANZ)
                                             Details regarding the test and how to register are available
                                             on the UCAT ANZ website: ucat.edu.au/ucat-anz

                                             Step 5: Online application to the University of Adelaide
                                             All international applicants to MBBS, BDS or BOH, including
                                             international students studying in Australia, submit an application online
                                             via international.adelaide.edu.au/admissions/how-to-apply
                                             Please note you will be required to enter your UCAT ANZ ID number during this
                                             application. Please refer to the relevant Admissions’ Guide for the specific details at
                                             future.ask.adelaide.edu.au
                                             Late applications will not be accepted.

                                             Step 6: Sit the UCAT ANZ
                                             The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) is an admissions test used by the
                                             UCAT ANZ Consortium of universities in Australia and New Zealand for their
                                             medical, dental and clinical science degree programmes. The UCAT ANZ is a test
                                             used widely to help universities select applicants with the most appropriate mental
                                             abilities, attitudes, and professional behaviours required for new doctors to be
     * QS rankings by subject                successful in their clinical careers.

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IN THE BEGINNING OF THE                                                  Areas of Study
                                                                   YEAR I HAD A FACE-TO-FACE
                                                                   SESSION TO HELP ME SELECT                                                                Bachelor of Medicine and
                                                                   THE CORRECT SUBJECTS FOR                                                                 Bachelor of Surgery
                                                                   MEDICINE. WE’VE ALSO HAD
                                                                   MANY INFORMATION SESSIONS                                                                Bachelor of
                                                                   TO GUIDE US REGARDING OUR                                                                Dental Surgery
                                                                   APPLICATION; THE COLLEGE
                                                                   AND TEACHERS ARE THERE FOR
                                                                   THE STUDENTS TO HELP THEM                                                                Bachelor of
                                                                   AT ANY TIME.                                                                             Oral Health
                                                                   Gadeer Ahmed, Egypt
                                                                   Foundation Studies pathway to                                                            Bachelor of Health
                                                                   Medicine                                                                                 and Medical Sciences

                                                                                                                                                            Bachelor of
                                                                                                                                                            Nursing

                                                                                                                                                            Bachelor of
Step 7: Interview Eligibility Outcome                               will need to demonstrate aptitudes such
                                                                    as self-awareness, critical thinking,                                                   Occupational Therapy (Hons)
Interview eligibility is based on your
                                                                    problem solving and interpersonal skills.
performance in UCAT ANZ. During
                                                                    Interviewers will also be looking for your
September you will receive an email from
                                                                    compatibility and understanding of the
                                                                                                                                                            Bachelor of
the University of Adelaide which will                                                                                                                       Physiotherapy (Hons)
                                                                    degree and applicable health profession.
contain important information on how to
                                                                    Interviews will be scheduled from
log into the Admissions@Adelaide system
                                                                    late September to October and will be
to see your interview eligibility outcome.
                                                                    approximately 20 minutes in length.                                                     Bachelor of
                                                                                                                                                            Psychological Science
Step 8: Interview
                                                                    Step 9: Offers
College staff will assist you to prepare
                                                                    Offers will be sent by the University of                                                Bachelor of
for your interview including several
                                                                    Adelaide International Admissions Service
rounds of practice interviews. The
                                                                    between mid-October and early February.
                                                                                                                                                            Speech Pathology (Hons)
interview comprises of a series of
scenarios and questions in which you

UNIQUE COLLEGE SUPPORT TO PREPARE YOU                                                                                                      The following programs in the Faculty
We’ve designed an exclusive range of services to help you gain admission                                                                   of Health and Medical Sciences have
to the degree of your choice.                                                                                                              specific entry requirements on progression
                                                                                                                                           from the College to the University:
 •      Information session with guest                                •      Several rounds of practice
                                                                                                                                           PROGRAM             PROGRESSION REQUIREMENTS
        speakers and alumni                                                  interviews with extensive feedback
                                                                                                                                           B NURSING           Foundation final score
 •      Online ‘how to apply’ tutoring                                •      Links to industry and volunteering                                                of 70%
        session                                                              opportunities to strengthen your                                                  IELTS 7.0 overall with
                                                                             application                                                                       7.0 in all bands
 •      Critical thinking workshop
                                                                                                                                           B OCCUPATIONAL      Prerequisite of Biology
                                                                      •      Personal guidance during your                                                     or Chemistry or Maths
 •      Assistance with UCAT ANZ                                                                                                           THERAPY (HONS)
                                                                             transition to the University of
        preparation                                                                                                                                            Foundation final score
                                                                             Adelaide.                                                     B PHYSIOTHERAPHY    of 83%
                                                                                                                                           (HONS)
                                                                                                                                                               IELTS 7.0 overall with
                                                                                                                                                               7.0 in all bands

The Health and Medical Sciences programs listed on this page are quota programs and are not able to be packaged with the Foundation        B SPEECH            Stage 2 English plus one
Studies Program. Students will be offered a package with Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) or Bachelor of Health and Medical        PATHOLOGY (HONS)    of Stage 2 Biology OR
Sciences and may be eligible to apply for their preferred quota program at the time of progression, if they achieve a competitive score,                       Chemistry OR Mathematical
meet other entry and progression requirements and there are places available.                                                                                  Methods.
                                                                                                                                                               Foundation final score of
        For more information, please visit                                                                                                                     83%
        health.adelaide.edu.au                                                                                                                                 IELTS 7.0 overall with 7.0
                                                                                                                                                               in all bands

                                                                                                                                                            Health and Medical Sciences 15
DEGREE                                                                                                                                        STUDY ONLINE

     TRANSFER                                                                                                                              START NOW
                                                                                                                                                    JOIN FACE TO
                                                                                                                                                     FACE LATER

     PROGRAM
     CRICOS course codes: 087624D, 087625C, 087626B, 087627A, 086313E, 086315C, 086316B, 086317A, 086314D, 0101444, 0101441

     Our Degree Transfer Program is an excellent alternative
     to first year at University, offering guaranteed entry to
     second year on successful completion.

     Program benefits:
     • You’ll study the same courses as you                                North Terrace campus. You’ll learn                            • Our English language entry
        would in first year at the University,                              content relevant to your degree and                              requirements are flexible and you’ll be
        and when you graduate you’ll secure                                 receive full credit for all University-                          provided with English language and
        your place in second year of your                                   level courses.                                                  learning support to assist while you’re
        packaged bachelor’s degree.                                                                                                          studying the Degree Transfer Program.
                                                                        •O
                                                                          ur classes are small and our fees
                                                                                                                                             As our graduate, you won’t be required
     •W
       e offer a wide range of courses taught                           are lower than the equivalent first-
                                                                                                                                             to provide any further evidence of
      to the University’s syllabus, with many                            year courses at the University.
                                                                                                                                             your English language proficiency.
      taught on the University’s beautiful

     Degree Transfer pathway
     To successfully complete your Degree Transfer Program you will need to achieve a 50% pass in 8 academic
     courses, and in Language for Study. You will receive full credit for the first year courses and progress to
     the second year of your packaged undergraduate degree at the University of Adelaide.

     The University of Adelaide College                                                        The University of Adelaide

                 Degree Transfer Extended (DTE)
      Bridging

                 1 bridging semester, 15 weeks + 2 semesters, 15 months                                   2nd Year                            3rd Year                           4th Year
                 Progression: Min. 50% pass, English: no IELTS required†

                 Degree Transfer Standard (DTS)
                 2 semesters, 12 months                                                                   2nd Year                            3rd Year                           4th Year
                 Progression: Min. 50% pass, English: no IELTS required†

                              Degree Transfer Accelerated (DTX)
                              2 semesters, 9 months                                                       2nd Year                            3rd Year                           4th Year
                              Progression: Min. 50% pass, English: no IELTS
                              required†

                                    semester 1                       semester 2                                                        undergraduate degree
                  †
                      Students who successfully complete their Degree Transfer Program are not required to supply evidence of IELTS to satisfy the University’s English requirements.
                      Study in 4th year will depend on the degree chosen.

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I WOULD RECOMMEND THE COLLEGE SINCE
                                                                                                                    IT PROVIDES A SMOOTH TRANSITION TO
                                                                                                                    THE UNIVERSITY. I HAVE REALLY ENJOYED
                                                                                                                    THE EXPERIMENTS AND PRACTICAL
                                                                                                                    ACTIVITIES AND THE MOST IMPORTANT
                                                                                                                    THING I HAVE LEARNED IS GROUP WORK
                                                                                                                    SKILLS. THE BRIDGING SEMESTER HELPED
                                                                                                                    ME FIT INTO THE NEW ENVIRONMENT.
                                                                                                                    Kai Chen, China
                                                                                                                    Degree Transfer Extended pathway to Bachelor
                                                                                                                    of Health and Medical Sciences

Program overview
To complete your Degree Transfer Program and progress in to the second year of your
packaged undergraduate degree you will need to pass eight first-year semester-long
university courses, plus one full-year course (Academic English). For more information
                                                                                                                                    Areas of Study
and course requirements please see pages 18 and 19.

                                          DEGREE TRANSFER                  DEGREE TRANSFER            DEGREE TRANSFER
                                          EXTENDED (DTE)                   STANDARD (DTS)             ACCELERATED (DTX)                        Science
 PROGRAM LENGTH                           15 months                        12 months                  9 months
                                          1 bridging semester +            2 semesters                2 semesters
                                          2 semesters
 INTAKE DATES                             31 Mar 2021                      22 Feb 2021                6 Oct 2021
                                          27 Oct 2021                      19 Jul 2021
 ENGLISH ENTRY REQUIREMENTS               IELTS 5.5 overall
                                          (all bands 5.0 or above)
                                                                           IELTS 5.5 overall (speaking and writing band 5.5
                                                                           or above, with no band below 5.0) or equivalent
                                                                                                                                               Business, Economics
                                          or equivalent                                                                                        and Finance
                                          Completion of English for Academic Purposes
 ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS              Australian Year 12 or equivalent (see academic entry requirements page 38)

 CONTACT HOURS                            Bridging semester                Depends on choice of       Depends on choice of
                                                                           bachelor’s degree          bachelor’s degree
                                          20 hours per week
                                                                                                                                               Health and
                                          Semester 1 and 2
                                                                                                                                               Medical Sciences
                                          Depends on choice of
                                          bachelor’s degree
 BACHELOR DESTINATIONS                    Business                         Business                   Business
                                          Commerce                         Commerce                   Commerce
                                          Computer Science                 Computer Science           Economics                                Engineering, Computer
                                          Economics                        Economics
                                                                                                                                               and Mathematical
                                          Engineering                      Engineering
                                          Finance                          Finance
                                                                                                                                               Sciences
                                          Health Science                   Health Science
                                          Information Technology           Information Technology
                                          Science*                         Science*

* Not all majors offered for Science intakes in March and July. Please ask us for details.

        Visit college.adelaide.edu.au/degree-transfer for more
         information about the Degree Transfer Program

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DEGREE TRANSFER CURRICULUM
To progress to your packaged degree at the University of Adelaide you will need
to study the courses listed on the table. Our College staff will assist you to enrol
in courses required for your packaged degree and discipline (if relevant).

THE UNIVERSITY                                    THE UNIVERSITY
OF ADELAIDE                                       OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
 Bachelor’s degree destinations                   Intakes          Bridging semester     Degree Transfer Program courses (Semester 1 and 2)
 (Year 2 entry)                                                    (DTE only)            Students must complete five courses each semester
                                                  Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
 Bachelor of Computer Science                     DTE Mar, Oct     Programming           •   Programming (Matlab & C)                  •   Level 1 elective
                                                  DTS Feb, Jul     Core Maths            •   Level 1 elective                          •   Introduction to Software Engineering
                                                                   Computing             •   Puzzle Based Learning                     •   Maths for Information Technology 1
                                                                   Statistics            •   Statistical Practice                      •   Object Oriented Programming
                                                                   Academic English      •   Language for Study                        •   Language for Study

 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)                DTE Mar, Oct     Programming           • Maths 1A                                    • Maths 1B
 Chemical                                         DTS* Feb, Jul    Core Maths            • Chemistry 1A / Foundations of 		            • Physics 1E
                                                                                           Chemistry 1A                                • Chemistry 1B / Foundations of
 Civil                                                             Engineering Maths
                                                                                         • Analog Electronics                             Chemistry 1B
 Electrical and Electronic                                         Physics OR
                                                                   Chemistry             • I ntroduction to Petroleum Geosciences     • Programming (Matlab & Excel)
 Mechanical                                                                                and the Oil Industry
                                                                   Academic English                                                    • Professional Practice 1
 Mining                                                                                  • Introduction to Process Engineering         • Digital Electronics
 Petroleum                                                                               • Engineering Mechanics – Statics             • Civil and Environmental Engineering 1A
 Software                                                                                • I ntroduction to Engineering EAL           • Introduction to Infrastructure
                                                                                         • Programming
                                                                                                         (Matlab & C)                • Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics
                                                                                         • Electronic Systems                          • Introduction to Mining Engineering
                                                                                         • Statistical Practice                        • Introduction to Petroleum Engineering
                                                                                         • Language for Study                          • Materials 1
                                                                                         Note: course choices are dependent on        • Object Oriented Programming
                                                                                         which bachelor’s destination is chosen
                                                                                                                                       • Introduction to Software Engineering
                                                                                                                                       • Language for Study
                                                                                                                                       Note: course choices are dependent on
                                                                                                                                       which bachelor’s destination is chosen.
 Bachelor of Information Technology                                Programming           • Statistical Practice                        •   Introduction to Computer Systems
                                                                   Core Maths            • Introduction to Programming for IT          •   Networks and Security
                                                                                           Specialists                                 •   IT Project
                                                                   Computing
                                                                                         • Design Thinking: Problems to Practice       •   Managing Organisations and People
                                                                   Statistics
                                                                                         • Foundations of Project Management           •   Professional Practices
                                                                   Academic English
                                                                                         • Language for Study
                                                  Faculty of Sciences
 Bachelor of Science                              DTE Mar, Oct     Biology               • Chemistry 1A / Foundations of 		            • Chemistry 1B / Foundations of
                                                                                           Chemistry 1A                                  Chemistry 1B
 Biomedical Science                               DTS Feb, Jul     Chemistry
                                                                                         • Biology 1: Molecules, Genes and Cells       • Biology 1: Human Perspectives
 Science                                                           Core Maths
                                                                                         • Physics: Physical Aspects of Nature         • Statistical Practice 1
 Agricultural Sciences                                             Computing
                                                                                         • Building a Habitable Environment            • Planet Earth
 Food and Nutrition Science                                        Academic English      • Nutrition 1                                 • The Science and Technology of Food
 Viticulture and Oenology                                                                • Farm-gate to Fork - Food Production 1         Production 1
 Note: chemistry at Year 12 level or equivalent                                          • Foundations of Wine Science 1               • Biology 1: Organisms
 is a prerequisite.                                                                                                                    • Soils and Landscapes 1
                                                                                         • Agricultural Systems 1
                                                                                         • Language for Study                          • Agricultural Production
                                                                                          Note: course choices are dependent on       • Language for Study
                                                                                           which bachelor’s destination is chosen       Note: course choices are dependent on
                                                                                                                                         which bachelor’s destination is chosen

18                                                                                            *For intake availability of Engineering specialisation refer to pathway guide page 8.
THE UNIVERSITY                                   THE UNIVERSITY
OF ADELAIDE                                      OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
 Bachelor’s degree destinations                   Intakes          Bridging semester       Degree Transfer Program courses (Semester 1 and 2)
 (Year 2 entry)                                                    (DTE only)              Students must complete five courses each semester
                                                  Faculty of the Professions
 Bachelor of Business                             DTE Mar, Oct     Accounting              • Principles of Economics                    •   Commercial Law 1
 Bachelor of Commerce                             DTS Feb, Jul     Economics               • Data Analytics                             •   Managing Organisations & People
                                                  DTX Oct          Commercial Law          • I ntroductory Accounting                  •   Business Finance
                                                                   Statistics              •  Introduction to Marketing                 •   Professional Practices
                                                                   Academic English        •  Business Lifecycles                       •   Language for Study
 *
                                                                                           •  Personal Professional Development
                                                                                           •  Entrepreneurship Foundations and
                                                                                               Mindset
                                                                                           • Language for Study
 Bachelor of Economics                            DTE Mar, Oct     Accounting              • Data Analytics                            • Commercial Law 1
                                                  DTS Feb, Jul     Economics               • Introductory Accounting                    • Principles of Economics
                                                  DTX Oct          Commercial Law          • I ntroduction to Financial                • Professional Practices
                                                                                              Mathematics                               • I nternational Financial Institutions
                                                                   Statistics
                                                                                           • Managing Organisations & People               and Markets
                                                                   Academic English
                                                                                           • Language for Study                         • Language for Study
 Bachelor of Finance                              DTE Mar, Oct     Accounting              •   Principles of Economics                  • I nternational Financial Institutions
                                                                                           •   Data Analytics                              and Markets
                                                  DTS Feb, Jul     Economics
                                                                                           •   I ntroductory Accounting                • A pplications of Quantitative
                                                                   Core Maths                                                              Methods in Finance
                                                                   Statistics              •    Introduction to Financial Mathematics
                                                                                                                                        • Business Finance
                                                                   Academic English        •    Language for Study
                                                                                                                                        • Professional Practices
                                                                                                                                        • Language for Study

                                                                                                                                        *Note: course choices are dependent on
                                                                                                                                         which bachelor’s destination is chosen
                                                  Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
 Bachelor of Health and                           DTE Mar, Oct     Biology                 • Chemistry 1A/ Foundations of 		            • Chemistry 1B / Foundations of
 Medical Sciences                                                                            Chemistry 1A                                 Chemistry 1B
                                                  DTS Feb, Jul     Chemistry
                                                                                           • Human Anatomy and Physiology 1A            • Human Anatomy and Physiology 1B
                                                                   Computing
                                                                                           • Health and Illness in Populations          • S aving Lives or Respecting Rights? An
                                                                   Statistics                                                              Introduction to Health Ethics
                                                                                              reate. Communicate. Connect
                                                                                           • C
                                                                   Academic English          with Health Sciences                       • Statistical Practice 1
                                                                                           • Language for Study                         • Language for Study

Access to Degree Transfer courses may vary depending on time of intake and bachelor’s degree choice. Courses offered by the University of Adelaide College may change based
on the University of Adelaide requirements. The Degree Transfer (Health and Medical Sciences) pathway also provides students with the option to apply for entry into first
year of the Bachelor of Nursing degree upon completion of the Degree Transfer Program. For Bachelor of Nursing, strict quotas apply. The standard cut-off is the minimum
academic threshold, above which, applications will be ranked on merit. In addition to academic performance, other selection criteria may affect merit ranking.

* Completion of the Bachelor of Commerce with Accounting major has industry accreditation from CPA Australia and CA ANZ.

      See college.adelaide.edu.au/degree-transfer for more                                                                                      Degree Transfer Curriculum 19
      information regarding intakes and subject availability.
PRE-MASTER’S                                                                                                                                       STUDY ONLINE

     PROGRAM
     CRICOS Course Code: 094934J
                                                                                                                                               START NOW
                                                                                                                                                         JOIN FACE TO
                                                                                                                                                          FACE LATER

     The College is the first education provider in Australia to
     offer a postgraduate pathway course to a Group of Eight
     University. After you successfully complete your Pre-Master’s
     Program, you’re guaranteed entry into your packaged
     postgraduate degree at the University of Adelaide.

     Program benefits:                                    Program Structure
     • Flexible entry and English language               Once you are enrolled in the Pre-Master’s Program you
        requirements mean you will start the              will study 9-10 courses over two semesters/trimesters over
        program at the level best suited to your          7 – 8 months. In the first semester/trimester you will study
        academic and English language ability.            preparatory courses to develop your study, research and
                                                          English skills.
     • Our small class sizes ensure you will
        always have personalised attention and            If you qualify for the Pre-Master’s Accelerated Program you
        support.                                          will study 4 or 5 courses over one semester/trimester over 3 –
                                                          4 months. During your semester/trimester at the College you
     • The three or four University master’s
                                                          will study three or four credit-bearing University courses,
        level courses you study at the College
                                                          plus Academic English.
        are the same as those you would study
        at University, and when you successfully          Whichever program you complete, you will progress to the
        complete these, you will receive full credit.     University of Adelaide with full credit for all credit-bearing
                                                          University courses, and commence in your second semester
     • Once you graduate from the Pre-
                                                          or trimester.
        Master’s Program, you will progress to
        the University program with no further
        English language evidence required.

     Pre-Master’s pathway
     On successful completion of your Pre-Master’s Program at the College, you are guaranteed entry to your packaged
     master’s degree at the University of Adelaide.

     The University of Adelaide College                 The University of Adelaide

       Pre-Master’s                Pre-Master’s
       Program                     Program

                                                          Semester/Trimester 2                     Semester/Trimester 3                           Semester/Trimester 4
                                   Pre-Master’s
                                   Program
                                   (Accelerated)

                                                                                                     postgraduate degree
                                                                     Three or four semesters/trimesters at university depending on the duration of the postgraduate degree.
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AT THE COLLEGE YOU CAN
                                                              MAKE NEW FRIENDS, AND THE                                                   Areas of Study
                                                              TEACHERS GAVE ME POSITIVE
                                                              FEEDBACK TO HELP ME BETTER
                                                              ADAPT TO STUDYING AND                                                           Arts
                                                              LIVING ABROAD. I LIKE THE                                                       Master of Arts
                                                                                                                                              (Environmental
                                                              LEARNING ATMOSPHERE AT THE                                                      Studies)^
                                                              UNIVERSITY’S HUB CENTRAL
                                                                                                                                              Master of Arts
                                                              AND I’M PROUD I GOT THE TOP                                                     (International
                                                              GRADE IN MY ENGLISH CLASS.                                                      Relations)^
                                                              Emma Xiaoyu Dai, China
                                                              Pre-Master’s Program pathway                                                    Business
                                                              to Master of Finance
                                                                                                                                              Master of Accounting

                                                                                                                                               aster of Accounting
                                                                                                                                              M
                                                                                                                                              and Finance

                                                                                                                                              Master of Professional
                                                                                                                                              Accounting

                                                                                                                                              Master of Finance

                                                                                                                                              Master of Applied
                                                                                                                                              Finance

                                                                                                                                              Master of Finance and
                                                                                                                                              Business Economics

                                                                                                                                              Master of International
                                                                                                                                              Management^

                                                                                                                                              Master of Applied
PROGRAM OVERVIEW                                                                                                                              Economics

                                PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM                                PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM (ACCELERATED)                        Master of Applied
 PROGRAM LENGTH                 2 semesters/trimesters                              1 semester/trimester                                      Innovation and
                                                                                                                                              Entrepreneurship^
 PROGRAM STRUCTURE              4 preparatory courses                               3 or 4 credit-bearing University courses
                                3 or 4 credit-bearing University courses            1 Academic English course                                 Master of Innovation and
                                2 Academic English courses
                                                                                                                                              Entrepreneurship^
 INTAKE DATES                   7 Apr 2021 (semester)                               27 Jan 2021 (trimester)
                                13 Oct 2021 (semester and trimester)                22 Feb 2021 (semester)                                    Master of Applied
                                                                                    19 Jul 2021 (semester)                                    Project Management^
 ENGLISH ENTRY                  IELTS 5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or                 IELTS 6.0 overall (all bands 5.5 or above)
 REQUIREMENTS                   above) or equivalent.                               or equivalent, dependent on qualifications.               Master of Applied
 ACADEMIC ENTRY                 Successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent.                                                   Project Management
 REQUIREMENTS                   See academic entry requirements on pages 38 - 39.                                                             (Project Systems)^
 CONTACT HOURS                  First semester / trimester                          Pre-Masters’ semester / trimester
                                20 hours per week                                   Depends on master’s degree destination
                                                                                                                                              Master of Wine
                                                                                                                                              Business^
 COMPULSORY SUBJECTS            Study and Research Skills                           Not Applicable
 PREPARATORY                    Intercultural Studies
 SEMESTER/TRIMESTER
                                Quantitative Skills for Postgraduate
                                Studies
                                Critical Thinking for Postgraduate                                                                            Health and Medical Sciences
                                Studies                                                                                                       Master of Public Health
                                Academic English A
 COMPULSORY SUBJECTS            3 or 4 University courses*                          3 or 4 University courses*
 PRE-MASTER’S                   Academic English B                                  Academic English B
 SEMESTER/TRIMESTER                                                                                                                           Engineering, Computer and
* University courses will vary depending on master’s degree destination; students enrolled in the trimester based master’s destinations       Mathematical Sciences
will study 3 University courses, while students enrolled in the semester based master’s destinations will study 4 University courses.
Students must also complete 20 – 25 hours per week of independent learning scheduled into a negotiated study plan.
                                                                                                                                              Master of Computing and
^ Pre-Master’s Program packaged with this degree is only available in February and October.                                                   Innovation

       Visit college.adelaide.edu.au/pre-masters for the most
        up to date information about the Pre-Master’s Program                                                                                        Pre-Master’s Program 21
PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM CURRICULUM
To progress to the second semester /trimester of your packaged
master’s degree at the University of Adelaide you will study the
courses listed in the table. You will receive credit for all credit-bearing
University courses*.

THE UNIVERSITY                              THE UNIVERSITY
OF ADELAIDE                                 OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
 Master’s degree destination                Intakes                         Pre-Master’s Program          Pre-Master’s Program (Accelerated)
                                                                            (preparatory courses)         (credit-bearing University courses)
                                            Faculty of Arts
 Master of Arts (Environmental Studies)     PMP (Semester) Oct              Study and Research Skills     •   Research Design and Methods (6 units)
                                            PMP (Accelerated)                                             •   Introduction to Urbanisation (3 units)
                                                                            Intercultural Studies
                                            (Semester) Feb
                                                                            Quantitative Skills for       •   Engaging Communities: Techniques and Analysis (3 units)
                                                                            Postgraduate Studies          •   Academic English B*
 Master of Arts (International Relations)                                   Critical Thinking for         •   Masterclass in Politics and International Relations
                                                                            Postgraduate Studies
                                                                                                          •   Research Design (3 units)
                                                                            Academic English A            •   Research Communication (3 units)
                                                                                                          •   Academic English B*
                                            Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences

 Master of Computing and Innovation         PMP (Accelerated)               Study and Research Skills     •   Foundations of Computer Science (6 units)
                                            (Semester) Feb, July                                          •   Engineering Communication and Critical Thinking
                                                                            Intercultural Studies
                                                                            Quantitative Skills for       •   Project Management Fundamentals
                                                                            Postgraduate Studies          •   Academic English B*
                                                                            Critical Thinking for
                                                                            Postgraduate Studies
                                                                            Academic English A
                                            Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
 Master of Public Health                    PMP (Semester) Apr, Oct         Study and Research Skills     PMP February intake
                                            PMP (Accelerated)               Intercultural Studies         • Qualitative Research Methods in Health (3 units)
                                            (Semester) Feb, July            Quantitative Skills for       • Introduction to Biostatistics (3 units)
                                                                            Postgraduate Studies          • Promoting Health in Individuals and Populations (3 units)
                                                                            Critical Thinking for         • Introduction to Epidemiology (3 units)
                                                                            Postgraduate Studies          • Academic English B*
                                                                            Academic English A
                                                                                                          PMP July intake
                                                                                                          • Environmental and Occupational Health (3 units)
                                                                                                          • Global Public Health (3 units)
                                                                                                          • Knowing what works - Evaluation in Public Health (3 units)
                                                                                                          • Health Economics (3 units)
                                                                                                          • Academic English B*

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THE UNIVERSITY                              THE UNIVERSITY
OF ADELAIDE                                 OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE
Master’s degree destination                 Intakes                        Pre-Master’s Program          Pre-Master’s Program (Accelerated)
                                                                           (preparatory courses)         (credit-bearing University courses)

                                            Faculty of the Professions
Master of Accounting                        PMP (Semester) Apr, Oct        Study and Research Skills     •   Accounting Concepts and Methods (M)
                                            PMP (Accelerated)              Intercultural Studies         •   Principles of Finance (M)
Master of Accounting and Finance
                                            (Semester) Feb, Jul            Quantitative Skills for       •   Quantitative Methods (M)
Master of Professional Accounting                                          Postgraduate Studies          •   Economic Principles (M)
Master of Finance                                                          Critical Thinking for         •   Academic English B*
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies
Master of Applied Finance                                                  Academic English A
Master of Finance and Business Economics
Master of International Management          PMP (Accelerated)                                            •   Accounting Essentials for Decision Makers
                                            (Trimester) Feb                                              •   Economic Principles
                                            PMP (Trimester) Oct                                          •   Marketing Management
                                                                                                         •   Academic English B*

Master of Applied Economics                 PMP (Semester) Apr, Oct        Study and Research Skills     •   Intermediate Econometrics IID
                                            PMP (Accelerated)              Intercultural Studies         •   Applied Economic Principles
                                            (Semester) Feb, July           Quantitative Skills for       •   Intermediate Microeconomics IID
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies          •   Intermediate Macroeconomics IID
                                                                           Critical Thinking for         •   Academic English B*
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies
                                                                           Academic English A
Master of Applied Innovation and            PMP (Accelerated)              Study and Research Skills     •   Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
Entreprenuership                            (Trimester) Feb                                              •   New Venture Creation
                                                                           Intercultural Studies
                                            PMP (Trimester) Oct            Quantitative Skills for       •   Project Leadership and Communication
Master of Innovation and Entreprenuership                                  Postgraduate Studies          •   Academic English B*
                                                                           Critical Thinking for
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies
                                                                           Academic English A
Master of Applied Project Management        PMP (Accelerated)              Study and Research Skills     •   Project Management Fundamentals
                                            (Trimester) Feb                                              •   Risk Assessment and Management
                                                                           Intercultural Studies
Master of Applied Project Management        PMP (Trimester) Oct            Quantitative Skills for       •   Project Leadership and Communication
(Project Systems)                                                          Postgraduate Studies          •   Academic English B*
                                                                           Critical Thinking for
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies
                                                                           Academic English A
Master of Wine Business                     PMP (Accelerated)              Study and Research Skills     •   Accounting Essentials for Decision Makers
                                            (Trimester) Feb                                              •   Economic Principles
                                                                           Intercultural Studies
                                            PMP (Trimester) Oct            Quantitative Skills for       •   Marketing Management
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies          •   Academic English B*
                                                                           Critical Thinking for
                                                                           Postgraduate Studies
                                                                           Academic English A

                                                                                      Access to PMP courses may vary depending on time of intake and master’s degree choice.
                                                           Courses offered by the University of Adelaide College may change based on the University of Adelaide requirements.
                                                                                                                * Academic English B is not a credit-bearing University course.

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ENGLISH
     LANGUAGE
     PROGRAMS
     CRICOS Course Codes: 069098D, 094050A

     Our English Language Programs are courses designed to
     help you excel in your chosen field. Learn to communicate
     with confidence and improve essential study skills in an
     English-speaking academic environment.
     Our courses are designed and taught by highly qualified and experienced English language
     teaching professionals. It has been voted the best English program in Australia for the year
     2020 by the English Language Barometer (ELB), and is recognised through its English
     Australia membership and National English Language Teaching Accreditation Scheme (NEAS)
     endorsement.

     Program benefits:
     • Learning is made fun! Improve your                         • You’ll enjoy individual attention
        language skills such as speaking,                             with our small class sizes, and you’ll
        writing, reading, listening, grammar                          be assessed weekly to monitor your
        and vocabulary while learning about                           progress
        Australia in a fun and engaging way
                                                                   • Take advantage of our extracurricular
     • Cover essential academic skills such as,                      activity program with a variety of
        group and team collaboration, critical                        activities tailored to enhance after class
        and creative thinking, research and                           student experience
        academic integrity and presentations
                                                                   • On successful completion of the
     • We offer a variety of assistance and                          program, you’re guaranteed entry
        counselling services for international                        to your Foundation Studies, Degree
        students                                                      Transfer or Pre-Master’s program*

     English Language Programs pathway
     Upon successful completion you will be able to communicate with confidence and obtain
     the essential language skills necessary for academic study in Australia.

     The University of Adelaide College                                                                                The University of Adelaide

                        Elementary                                                   Foundation Studies                 Year 1      Year 2    Year 3
        General                                             English for
       Academic             Pre-Intermediate                Academic                   Degree Transfer                              Year 2    Year 3
        English                                              Purposes
                                      Intermediate                                       Pre-Master’s                                                  Master’s degree

                                                                                                                             Undergraduate               Postgraduate

     *For Pre-Master’s Program, English language requirements will depend on master’s program and academic qualifications.
     For all other programs other entry criteria may apply. Please ask us for details.

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THE BIG DIFFERENCE IS THAT IN
                                                                                                             AUSTRALIA I PRACTISE ENGLISH EVERY
                                                                                                             DAY, BUT AT HOME I JUST USE MY
                                                                                                             ENGLISH IN CLASS. I’M ATTENDING
                                                                                                             EXTRA CLASS FOR SPEAKING AND
                                                                                                             PRONUNCIATION WHICH IS REALLY
                                                                                                             GOOD AND HELPS ME TO IMPROVE MY
                                                                                                             SPEAKING SKILLS.
                                                                                                             Qutibah Alamri, Oman
                                                                                                             English for Academic Purposes

PROGRAM OVERVIEW
 Intakes                                                                   Contact hours               Class size
 Corresponds with chosen FSP, DT or PMP program entry                      20 hours per week           Maximum 18                 Program benefits

RECOMMENDED STUDY DURATION
You will be required to complete the recommended program duration according to your                                                              Experienced teaching
current English level. Your English levels will be assessed before you begin your General                                                        professionals
Academic English and/or English for Academic Purposes course.
                                     English level                                       Recommended GAE/EAP duration
                                          IELTS                                                    FSP/DTE/PMP*
 IELTS 4.5 (two bands of 4.0 and one band of 4.5) or equivalent                                        30 weeks^

 IELTS 4.5 (three bands of 4.5 or higher) or equivalent                                                25 weeks^                                 Personal learning
 IELTS 5.0 (no more than one band of 4.0) or equivalent                                                20 weeks                                  support
 IELTS 5.0 (no more than two bands of 4.5) or equivalent                                               15 weeks

 IELTS 5.0 (no more than one band of 4.5) or equivalent                                                10 weeks

 IELTS 5.0 (all bands 5.0 or above) or equivalent                                                      5 weeks

 IELTS 5.5 (all bands 5.0 or above) or equivalent                                                 not required
                                                                                                                                                 Interactive
 IELTS 5.5 (speaking or writing band 5.5 or above with no band below 5.0)
 or equivalent
                                                                                                  not required                                  curriculum

All applications will be assessed on an individual basis.
For Pre-Master’s Program, English language requirements will depend on master’s program and academic qualifications.
For all other programs other entry criteria may apply. Please ask us for details.
*Only available to the Pre-Master’s program with a length of 2 semesters/trimesters.
^ Not available to the Pre-Master’s Program as 20 weeks is maximum duration.
                                                                                                                                                 Member of English
                          English Level                                     Recommended GAE/EAP Duration                                         Australia
                              IELTS                                  DTS/DTX requiring IELTS 5.5 overall (speaking and
                                                                          writing 5.5, no other bands below 5.0)

 IELTS 5.0 overall (both speaking and writing bands of                                      20 weeks
 4.5, with no band below 4.5) or equivalent
 IELTS 5.0 overall (no more than one speaking or                                            15 weeks
 writing band of 4.5, with no other band below 4.5) or
 equivalent
                                                                                                                                                 Quality endorsed
 IELTS 5.0 overall (all bands 5.0) or equivalent                                            10 weeks
                                                                                                                                                 by NEAS
 IELTS 5.5 overall (either speaking or writing band 5.5                                     5 weeks
 or above, with no other band below 5.0) or equivalent

       Visit college.adelaide.edu.au for more information about
        studying at the University of Adelaide College

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