STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
In Australia and international study destinations, students often must pass an integrity test that students who are coming to study consider education and studies as their primary purpose for traveling, and not to maintain ongoing residency. To help students who might struggle with understanding or meet the requirement, we also check the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) eligibility by considering the following issues before sending applications to the providers:
- The relevance of the course to the student’s past or proposed future employment either in their home country or across the world.
- Students with study gap of more than two years after completing High School or Bachelor’s degree are not considered for selection unless: They provide sufficient evidence and intent for their study, such as selecting a course that would significantly increase the applicant’s employment ability upon return to their home country.
- The financial circumstances of the students are verified and detailed information of the sponsor for the applicant is required for selection.
Students can rest assured that our team of dedicated counselors will support them each step of the way and ensure their application for colleges, institutions, and universities are complete and that students successfully get admission in their desired education institution and course.
Cost of Study
Educational expenses for International Students are not always equal for every course and it depends on the particular course, course category, educational institution and the institution’s overall reputation, and performance.
Here is a guideline of Educational cost. Remember, it is only an estimate of the actual costs.
- School – $7,800 to $30,000
- English language studies – Around $300 per week depending on course length
- Vocational Education and Training (Certificates I to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) – $4,000 to $22,000
- Undergraduate Bachelor Degree – $15,000 to $33,000*
- Postgraduate Masters Degree – $20,000 to $37,000*
- Doctoral Degree – $14,000 to $37,000*
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Why study the Bachelor of Nursing at Master of Pte?
The Bachelor of Nursing is offered On Campus and Online and either Full-time or Part-time. Both On Campus and Online students participate in structured and timetabled learning activities.All students are required to undertake clinical experience. Students may study On Campus at Armidale or Online. Online study necessitates attendance at on campus Intensive schools and participation in structured and timetabled learning activities.
Early and alternative entry pathways are offered to students who do not meet entry criteria based on previous, formal study.
Prospective nursing students who do not meet admission criteria will be able to commence in the Diploma of Community Welfare and Wellbeing or a UNE Enabling Program which consists of two units that provide a foundation for university study and two units that are in first year of the Bachelor of Nursing (HLTH101 Information and Evidence in Health and Social Care and HLTH103 Communication for Healthcare Professionals).
This special written application will only allow for entry at the beginning of Year 1.
Trimester 3 entry is available for: On campus Full-time international pathway students admitted under Rule (c) only.
Period of Candidature
1. For candidates admitted under Rule (a) and (d), the period of candidature shall be:
(a) two or three years as a full-time candidate;
(b) up to six years as a part-time candidate.
2. For candidates admitted under Rule (b), the period of candidature shall be:
(a) two years as a full-time candidate;
(b) up to five years as a part-time candidate.
3. For candidates admitted under Rule (c), the period of candidature shall be:
(a) two and a half years as a full-time candidate.
To qualify for the award, a candidate admitted under the Rules must pass units to the value of 144 credit points.
Program of Study
Candidates shall complete an approved program of study as outlined in the Course Schedule comprising:
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Study social work
Do you dream of a purpose-driven life?
As a professional Social Worker, you will have endless opportunities to make a difference.
Social workers are involved in meaningful, life-changing work. You will learn about supporting and resolving personal and social relationship issues between individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities. The courses you study as part of this degree program will teach you to relieve distress, redress inequalities and promote social justice.
The Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) is an experience-based degree program that will prepare you for a professional career as a social worker. There is a strong demand for qualified Social Workers and job opportunities are broad and incredibly rewarding.
Why study with us?
- Become in-demand here and overseas with globally transferrable skills. 89% of our graduates are employed within four months and Australian graduates are highly sought after internationally.
- Strong job growth in Australia with continued above average employment. Government findings show that demand for social workers will continue to rise strongly in the coming years.
- Graduate work-ready with rewarding fieldwork opportunities and 1,000 hours of supervised field placements.
- Explore global work opportunities when you graduate with our internationally recognised and professionally accredited social work degree.
- Social work graduates feel equipped to work professionally, with 92% graduate satisfaction and 97% saying their studies and training improved their skills.
What you will study
Gain an experienced-based professional social work degree.
Graduate confident and work-ready through an effective combination of lecture-based teaching and intensive, hands-on practical experience. Enjoy diverse placement opportunities locally, interstate and internationally.
Your will study courses which include an integrated approach to theory, practice and social work values. Complete core courses in subject areas that further enrich your expertise in social work like:
- social work
- Aboriginal studies
- sociology and anthropology
- a directed course in law
You will also choose from a wide range of electives to extend and complement your core studies in social work.