Course code: #Z2J
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The Associate Degree in Applied Science is an industry-focused program designed for people interested in working in fields that require specialised skills and knowledge of applied science principles and processes, including those who may never have considered a career in science.
Fermentation and Separation Stream
Tasmania is famous for high quality food and beverage products, and if you love the idea of practical science and innovative industries the Fermentation and Separation stream is for you.
While Tasmania island state provides a wealth of the finest ingredients, the real magic behind the success of these industries are people with applied science knowledge and skills creating the artisan outputs that consumers know and love.
From beer, wine, and cider, to fermented food like sauerkraut and cheese, you’ll undertake work placements and site visits with local businesses to learn from some of the best, all the while building your own skills for a bright future in the food and beverage industry.
Students are exposed to authentic and engaged learning experiences designed to develop their understanding of work and the workplace.
This is reflected in educational plans developed in consultation with their Academic Coaches and based on a method or approach to practice from, for example projects, data-driven decision making, case studies, field work, simulated environments, design thinking etc.
The second year of study builds on concepts of learning through practice from the diploma by introducing students to more complex learning experiences.
Students will exercise self-awareness, initiative and judgement to manage yourself and professional relationships effectively. The application of tacit knowledge and capabilities will be reflected in a Practice Manual.
A key feature of the course is the practical component, to provide hands-on learning which aims to enhance students’ problem solving, communication, critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership skills by allowing them to ‘learn through practice’.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,040|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,500|
If your goal is to study for an undergraduate or post-graduate degree at the University of Tasmania, UTAS can help you achieve this with its English for Academic purposes courses - EAP1 and EAP2.
Improve your academic English skills and meet the English entry requirement for your chosen degree with the UTAS Access-Direct Entry course.
Successful completion of this program at the relevant level satisfies the English requirement for University of Tasmania undergraduate and post-graduate studies.
You won't need an English test score to enter the University of Tasmania if you successfully complete this program.
|General English 1||10 weeks|
IELTS 4 - No band < 3.5
|General English 2|
|General English 2||10 weeks|
IELTS 4.5 - No band < 4
|General English 3|
|General English 3||10 weeks|
IELTS 5 - No band < 4.5
TOFEL 40 - writing 12
PTE 35 - No band < 32
|EAP 1||10 weeks|
IELTS 5 - No band < 5
TOFEL 40 - writing 14
PTE 38 - No band < 35
|EAP 2||10 weeks|
IELTS 5.5 - No band < 5.5
TOFEL 46 - writing 18
PTE 46 - No band < 42
UTAS undergraduate &
Admission to undergraduate courses at the University of Tasmania requires completion of qualifications equivalent to Year 12 Australia.
You can also meet the General Entry Requirement for this course with the following qualifications or prior studies:
Course Specific Requirements
This stream does not have any course specific requirements.
Middle School 70% overall for all graded subjects undertaken
All India Senior School Certificate 65% overall for all subjects undertaken excluding work experience, physical and health education and general studies
Indian School Certificate (ISC) 65% overall for all graded subjects undertaken
Foundation Studies Program:
Foundation Studies programs are a direct academic pathway to first-year undergraduate degree study, or equivalent.
The programs act as a bridging course for international students who wish to study a university undergraduate degree course but don’t yet meet academic requirements and/or have the English language skills for tertiary study.
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