Responsible faculty or institute:
Non-Faculty courses (principal) Campus(es) Offered:
Course Duration: Minimum
1 yrs, Maximum
Course Contact (faculty or school):
ELC Reception +61 3 62262534
International students who need to upgrade school results from their own country to gain entry to an undergraduate program at the University may apply for admission to the Foundation Studies Program (at the Hobart campus). Students are guaranteed entry to all faculties of the University of Tasmania (except Medicine) on successful completion of this course.
Admission & Prerequisites
GCE 'O' levels (Forecast results will be accepted)
SPM; GCE O Levels (Forecast results will be accepted); Senior Middle 2 (UEC)
Immumgye Kodung Hakkyo/Upper Secondary School (Year 11)
Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shosho/Upper Secondary School (Year 2)
Senior High School
National High School Diploma (Year 11 Equivalent); Pre-University certificate
People's Republic of China
Senior Middle 2
CBSE/CISCE 10+1; All India State Board 10 + 1 (provisional results will be accepted)
English language proficiency Applicants whose previous study has not been in English are required to demonstrate their ability by results of an approved test. IELTS -- minimum overall band 5.5
TOEFL ((PBT) -- 527 with TWE of 4
TOEFL (iBT) - 68 with no score less than 17
A Level Results GCE 'O' Level English - C6
India - CBSE/CISCE English - B
Malaysia - SPM1119B3, UEC SM 2 Level English B3
Successful completion of secondary studies in Singapore Matriculation (TER) English as a Second Language -- good pass.
Students with an IELTS score of LESS THAN 5.5 (or equivalent) in one or more bands who do not currently meet the requirements for entry to the UTAS Foundation Program, are encouraged to enrol in a 10-week Foundation Access course at the UTAS English Language Centre (ELC).
English Language Centre course fee: $355 per week (Pathway English)
UTAS Foundation Studies is an innovative integrated program which equips students with knowledge and skills necessary for success at university. The program is a 'Standard Foundation' as approved by Australian government legislation. This is an excellent opportunity to commence a degree course after 28 weeks of study.
The program aims to provide students with an introduction to Australian academic culture. Students will learn about the attitudes, values and expectations that are shared by those who work and study at an Australian university.