WELCOME TO OUR MELBOURNE CAMPUS

The University of Adelaide is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight universities, and is consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world. In partnership with the University of Adelaide we are proud to be offering a range of pathway programs for students, for the first time in 2021, to enter a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

As the preferred pathway provider for the University of Adelaide you can have confidence that the program you study with us will help prepare you for university study. Once you successfully complete your program at the College, you’re guaranteed entry to your packaged degree at the University. Our timetable ensures we have very small class sizes, so you can always rely on individual support and assistance from your teachers.

We are your alternative entry pathway to the University of Adelaide, with local campus support in the heart of Melbourne. Welcome to the University of Adelaide College, Melbourne Campus.

ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS

From March 2021 the University of Adelaide College, Melbourne Campus will be offering a range of pathway programs for students to enter university. Our programs will be offered both online throughout 2021 and also face-to-face. Please view our full Program Guide here.

FOUNDATION STUDIES PROGRAM

Course Name: Foundation Studies Program (Standard)
CRICOS Course Code: 041530A

If you have completed the equivalent of Australian Year 11, you can join our Foundation Studies Program When you complete your study in the Foundation Studies Program you will progress to the Degree Transfer Program, and with successful completion you will be eligible to enter into your bachelor’s degree at the University of Adelaide, Melbourne Campus.

  
Program length:12 months over three 14-week trimesters
Intake dates:16 March 2021 – Delivered Online and Face to Face
13 July 2021
9 November 2021
English entry requirements:IELTS 5.5 overall (all bands above 5.0) or equivalent
Academic entry requirements:Australian Year 11 or equivalent
CoursesEnglish for Academic Purposes
Critical Thinking
General Maths
Computing and Information Systems
Accounting
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE

Area of studyBachelor degrees at the University of Adelaide, Melbourne CampusRequired progression score from the University of Adelaide CollegeIntakesRecommended subjects
Standard
MarchJulyNovember
Business and EconomicsBachelor of Commerce74%English for Academic Purposes A and B

Critical Thinking A and B

General Maths A and B

Computing and Information Systems A and B

Accounting A and B
Computer Science /ITBachelor of Information Technology74%
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Note: Students should consult adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder for degree prerequisites. You may be able to choose a major or double major, dependent on meeting progression score requirements. You can also talk to us! Student Services are here to help you.

Access to Foundation Studies courses may vary depending on the time of intake and bachelor’s degree choice. Listed courses are indicative only, and are subject to change. Courses offered by the University of Adelaide College, Melbourne Campus may change based on the University of Adelaide requirements.

DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM

Course Name: Degree Transfer Program Standard – Business
CRICOS Course Code: 086313E

Course Name: Degree Transfer Program Standard – Information Technology
CRICOS Course Code: 0101441

After your Foundation Studies you will progress to our Degree Transfer Program. When you successfully complete your Degree Transfer Program, you’re guaranteed entry straight into the second year of your bachelor’s degree at the University of Adelaide.

You will study a total of eight University courses over three trimesters, plus a total of two language courses. The University courses are the same as those you would study in first year at University and you will receive full credit for all University courses you successfully complete.

  
Program length:12 months over three 14-week trimesters
Intake dates:16 March 2021 – Delivered Online and Face to Face
13 July 2021
9 November 2021
English entry requirements:IELTS 5.5 overall (speaking and writing band 5.5 or above, with no other band below 5.0) or equivalent
Academic entry requirements:Australian year 12 or equivalent
Courses - BusinessPrinciples of Economics
Data Analytics
Accounting Foundations
Introduction to Marketing
Business Lifecycles
Business Finance
Personal Professional Development
Academic English
Financial Institutions Management
Courses - Information TechnologyIntroduction to Programming IT
Foundations of Project Management
Introduction to Computer Systems, Networks and Security
IT Project
Design Thinking: Problems to Practice
Accounting Foundations
Business Lifecycles
Business Finance
Academic English
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

Area of studySecond year bachelor degree destination at the University of AdelaideIntakesDegree Transfer Program Standard and Accelerated Courses (students must complete five courses* each semester)
StandardSemester 1
FebruaryJulyMarch
Business and EconomicsBachelor of Commerce^Academic English

Accounting Foundations

Business Finance

Business Lifecycles

Data Analytics

Financial Institutions
Management

Introduction to Marketing

Personal Professional Development

Principles of Economics
Computer Science /ITBachelor of Information TechnologyAcademic English A

Academic English B

Accounting Foundations

Business Finance

Business Lifecycles

Design Thinking: Problems to Practice

Foundations of Project Management

Introduction to Computer Systems, Networks and Security

Introduction to Programming IT

IT Project
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Note: Not all courses will be offered in every intake and are subject to demand. Students should consult adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder for degree prerequisites. You can also talk to us! Student Services are here to help you.

* Course names were correct at the time of publishing but may be subject to change at the discretion of the University of Adelaide.

^ This degrees offer majors. Depending on your major there will be required courses you will need to study. Our Student Services can advise you of these.

Access to Degree Transfer courses may vary depending on the time of intake and bachelor’s degree choice. Listed courses are indicative only, and are subject to change. Courses offered by the University of Adelaide College may change based on the University of Adelaide requirements.

Once you graduate you will progress into the second year of your packaged bachelor’s degree at the University of Adelaide:

AREAS OF STUDY

Business

Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM

Course Name: Pre-Master’s Program
CRICOS Course Code: 094934J

The College is the first education provider in Australia to offer a postgraduate bridging course to a Group of Eight university.

You will study bridging courses to develop your study, research and English skills, followed by four credit-bearing University courses in your chosen academic discipline. You will receive full credit for all University courses you successfully complete.

 Pre-Master's ProgramPre-Master's Program (Accelerated)
Program length12 months over three 14-week trimesters8 months over two 14-week trimesters
Program structure4 study and research skills courses
2 academic English courses
4 credit-bearing postgraduate courses
4 credit-bearing postgraduate courses
1 academic English course
Intake dates16 March 2021 – Delivered Online and Face to Face
13 July 2021
9 November 2021
16 March 2021
13 July 2021
9 November 2021
English entry requirementsIELTS 5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or above) or equivalentIELTS 6.0 overall (all bands 5.5 or above) or equivalent
Academic entry requirementsSuccessful completion of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
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CoursesPRE-MASTER'S PROGRAM - BUSINESS STREAMPRE-MASTER'S PROGRAM - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Study and Research SkillsStudy and Research Skills
Intercultural SkillsIntercultural Skills
Quantitative Skills for Postgraduate StudiesQuantitative Skills for Postgraduate Studies
Critical Thinking for Postgraduate StudiesCritical Thinking for Postgraduate Studies
Academic English AAcademic English A
Academic English B*Academic English B*
Accounting Concepts and Methods*Foundations of Computer Science*^
Principles of Finance*Engineering Communication & Critical Thinking*
Quantitative Methods*Project Management Fundamentals
Economic Principles*
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COLLEGE

Area of studySecond year bachelor degree destination at the University of AdelaideIntakes
Pre-Master's ProgramPre-Master's Program (Accelerated)Pre-Master's Program preparatory coursesPre-Master's Program credit-bearing University of Adelaide courses
SemesterTrimesterTrimesterSemester
AprilOctoberOctoberJanuaryFebruaryJuly
Business and EconomicsMaster of AccountingAcademic English A

Critical Thinking for Postgraduate Studies

Intercultural Studies

Quantitative Skills for Postgraduate Studies

Study and Research Skills
Academic English B*

Accounting Concepts and Methods

Economic Principles

Principles of Finance

Quantitative Methods
Master of Accounting and Finance
Master of Applied Finance
Master of Finance
Master of Professional Accounting
Computer ScienceMaster of Computing and InnovationAcademic English B*

Foundations of Computer Science (6 units)

Engineering Commuincation and Critical Thinking

Project Management Fundamentals
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Note: Not all courses will be offered in every intake and are subject to demand. Students should consult adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder for credit-bearing course information. You can also talk to us! Student Services are here to help you.

Students enrolled in the Pre-Master’s Program will complete a total of 10 courses over 12 months. Students who qualify for the Pre-Master’s Program (Accelerated) will study 5 courses over 8 months.

Foundations of Computer Science is 6 credit units rather than 3 credit units.

* Academic English B is not a credit-bearing University of Adelaide course

Access to Pre-Master’s Program courses may vary depending on the time of intake and master’s degree choice. Listed courses are indicative only, and are subject to change. Courses offered by the University of Adelaide College may change based on the University of Adelaide requirements.

Once you graduate you will progress into your packaged master’s degree at the University of Adelaide.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS

Course Name: English for Academic Purposes
CRICOS Course Code: 069098D

General Academic English
CRICOS Course Code: 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. Students have voted University of Adelaide College as having the best English programs in Australia in the 2020 English Language Barometer (ELB) survey. The College is a member of English Australia and it is quality endorsed by the National English Language Teaching Accreditation Scheme (NEAS) endorsement.

 
IntakesCorresponds with chosen Foundation Studies Program, Degree Transfer Program or Pre-Master’s Program entry
Contact hours20 hours per week
Class sizeMaximum 18
Recommended study durationYou will be required to complete the recommended program duration according
to your current English level. Your English levels will be assessed before you begin
your General Academic English and/or English for Academic Purposes course.
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English level IELTSRecommended English duration for Foundation
Studies Program and Pre-Master’s Program
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 to your current English level. Your English levels will be assessed before you begin
your General Academic English and/or English for Academic Purposes course.
English level IELTSRecommended English duration for degree transfer program
IELTS 5.0 overall (all bands 5.0)
Or equivalent
10 weeks
IELTS 5.5 overall (either
Speaking or writing band 5.5
Or above, with no other band
Below 5.0) or equivalent
5 weeks
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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.

AREAS OF STUDY

Business

Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

2021
Trimester 1Trimester 2Trimester 3
Orientation19 March 202116 July 202112 November 2021
Classes begin22 March 202119 July 202115 November 2021
Teaching session ends26 June 202123 October 202126 February 2022
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ENGLISH ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  English Entry Requirements  
ProgramIELTSiBT TOEFLPearson Test of English
Foundation StudiesIELTS 5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or above) or equivalent50 overall (15 or above in speaking and writing)46
Degree Transfer ProgramIELTS 5.5 overall (speaking and writing band 5.5 or
above with no band below 5.0) or equivalent
50 overall (16 or above in speaking and writing)48
Pre-Master's ProgramThree trimestersIELTS 5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or above) or equivalent50 overall (15 or above in speaking and writing)46
Two trimestersIELTS 6.0 overall (all bands 5.5 or above) or equivalent57 overall (17 or above in speaking and writing)50
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FEES

PROGRAM FEES 2021

DetailsTotal $AUD
General Academic English &
English for Academic Purposes
$470 per week
Foundation Studies Program$29,800
Degree Transfer ProgramBusiness$35,000
Economics
Finance
Information Technology$37,500
Science
Pre-Masters' Program3 Trimesters$44,000
2 Trimesters$22,000
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ADDITIONAL FEES 2021

DetailsTotal $AUD
Enrolment fee$350
Overseas Student Health Cover$605 †
Facilities Fee $510
Under 18 guardianship fee$310 administrative fee + $55 per week until student turns 18
General Academic English and/or English
for Academic Purposes – books and materials
$18 per week (maximum $360)
Accommodation placement$320 *
Airport pick-up$150*
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†Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is mandatory for Student Visa holders and their accompanying family members. $605 per year is provided as a guide price, costs can vary by supplier. OSHC fees are reviewed annually. Students may organise their own Overseas Student Health Cover or request that the University of Adelaide College arrange on their behalf.

* If required and prices subject to change.

Course books and materials fee will vary depending on program duration and subjects studied but can be expected to be approximately $500-700.

All applications for 2021 commencements received on and after 14 December 2020 will be subject to 2021 fees listed above. The University of Adelaide College has the right to change prices due to tax increases, governmental actions or other events beyond the University of Adelaide College’s control. The fees stated above are for international students and include tuition and other internal fees. Please note if you are a domestic student, at this time, you are unable to commence your studies at our Melbourne campus.

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication, however changes to dates may occur. Refer to our website for latest information.

MEET YOU IN MELBOURNE

Melbourne boasts a packed program of festivals, events, markets and exhibitions as well as Australia’s best and most stylish shopping, excellent coffee, art-filled laneways, a thriving cultural and music scene and much more! Melbourne also plays host to a great range of sporting events throughout the year including Aussie Rules football, soccer, rugby and grand slam tennis. Melbourne is also rated as one of the best student cities in the world.

The University of Adelaide, Melbourne Campus is located on the western fringe of the city in Docklands. The free city circle tram stops at our front door, and there are high-end shopping, cinemas and hotels just a short stroll away. On our campus, you’ll find everything you need including academic support, career services, and of course student ambassadors who will welcome you and introduce you to the neighbourhood.

Each year more than 200,000 international students from over 170 countries choose to come to Victoria to study. Study Melbourne will connect you to a community of international students, to help you have the best possible time while studying and living in Melbourne.

Find out why you should choose Melbourne as your destination to study:

ACCOMMODATION

Whether you’re moving to Australia for the first time, or you’ve studied here before, finding a great place to live is essential. One of these options might just be your new home.

UoAC Melbourne Campus - Map

MELBOURNE

The College is centrally located and surrounded by all the amenities you need.

Melbourne City
1The University of Adelaide, Melbourne Campus
2Iglu Melbourne City
3The Student Housing Company - University Square
4UniLodge
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There is also the option to live in an Australian homestay during your studies in Melbourne. Please contact us for more information: college@adelaide.edu.au

ADDRESS:

Level 3, 370 Docklands Drive
Docklands VIC 3008 Australia

At the University of Adelaide College Melbourne Campus, we specialise in providing students with the first step towards undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Adelaide – one of the prestigious Group of Eight universities.

International students who choose to study at the Melbourne Campus are provided with a strong academic program, presented by experienced and highly qualified teachers. By ensuring our students work in small classes we are able to provide individual attention, support and guidance.

Ensuring that students feel part of our College community is one of our major priorities. There are a number of dedicated and caring professionals whose role it is to ensure that students feel at home at the College and are supported in their studies.

On behalf of all our staff I extend an invitation to you to join us here at the University of Adelaide College Melbourne Campus. It is a wonderful place to study and I am confident that you will enjoy your time here.

Siobhan Guy
National Campus Director
The University of Adelaide College.

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