Course code: #ENB001
These are mandatory and all come with course.
From climate change, habitat loss and pollution, environments worldwide are facing extreme challenges.
Explore these important issues and other socio-scientific challenges with UC’s Bachelor of Environmental Science.
Immerse yourself in environmental science using the latest lab and field tools, and emerge with an applied, solutions-focused perspective.
The Specialist Major in Environmental Science builds upon the Core Major in Science to give you skills to identify, conceptualise and analyse diverse environmental futures.
You’ll be introduced to major environmental challenges and be inspired to innovate solutions using cutting-edge approaches.
Including a breadth component allows you to explore and expand your learning across various disciplines.
Scenario-based study and work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities ensure you graduate career-ready, equipped to solve a range of theoretical and contemporary real-world problems in local and global contexts.
Get a practical experience with inbuilt professional practice units.
Complete internships with leading organisations like CSIRO, ACT Parks and Wildlife, Questacon and more.
Access unique opportunities to work on real-world research projects.
For example, the University of Canberra’s Institute for Applied Ecology is renowned for delivering high-quality, globally significant research with practical solutions to real-world environmental problems.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,700|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,250|
UC College offers English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at the University of Canberra College English Language Centre (UCCELC), conveniently located on the Bruce campus in Canberra.
|Course||Entry requirement||Lead to|
|General English||IELTS 4.0||(AE1)|
|Academic English1(AE1)||IELTS 4.5||(AE2)|
|Academic English2(AE2)||IELTS 5.0||(AE3)|
|Academic English3(AE3)||IELTS 5.5|
UC undergraduate degrees
|Academic English4(AE14)||IELTS 6.0||University’s Master’s degrees|
Admission to this course is based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means:
Year 12 Biology (T)/Human Biology (T), Chemistry (T) and Mathematical Methods (T) or equivalent.
If you’re an international student who hasn’t met the University of Canberra’s entry requirements for your preferred UC undergraduate degree, the International Foundation Studies program is an accredited pre-university Pathways program that can help you achieve your goal of university education.
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