Course code: #3550
These are mandatory and all come with course.
Australia is increasingly looking to Asia - strategically, economically, politically, and culturally - and all eyes are on the graduates of tomorrow to take them there.
With a Bachelor of Asian Studies you will master an Asian language, acquire in-depth contextual and regional knowledge, and graduate with the kind of Asian literacy that gets you noticed by employers.
And if you love adventure, they offer you a variety of study opportunities in the region so you can experience Asia first hand. Plus They’ll provide you with funding to help get you there.
The community of scholars, policymakers, researchers and students is proudly interdisciplinary and interregional. The teaching and research drives Australia’s engagement and understanding of its neighbouring regions.
Majors and minors in the Bachelor of Asian Studies can be based on a language, a region or a discipline – for example, Modern Chinese Language, Asia-Pacific Politics, Japanese Studies and many others.
They encourage students who begin the study of an Asian language at university to complete a full language major in order to graduate with the proficiency required to function as an Asia specialist in the increasingly competitive job market.
Placement testing allows students with existing expertise in a language to enter at their current proficiency level.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,668|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$11,700|
Duolingo test which must be taken and submitted after April 2020 for entry in Semester 1 2021, Semester 2 2021, and Semester 1 2022 only.
110 plus recorded interview with Initial View.115 or better for entry without recorded interview
The IELTS Indicator and TOEFL internet based test Home Edition will be accepted for entry in Semester 1 2021, Semester 2 2021 or Semester 1 2022 only.
ANU College programs deliver pathways to ANU designed to help you successfully transition to undergraduate or postgraduate study.
Academic English Preparation
Academic English Preparation (AEP) is a 10-week program focused on English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
AEP is designed to equip international students with skills and knowledge needed to live and work in Australia, and to successfully transition to other courses at ANUC.
To enrol in AEP, you must have an IELTS of 5.0 (minimum 4.5 in each band) or an overall TOEFL IBT of 40 with a minimum of 12 in writing.
Once enrolled, you must achieve a score of 60 per cent or more to successfully complete AEP. No additional IELTS is required to progress to Foundation Studies or ANU Access.
ANU Access is a 10-week intensive program with a strong focus on academic English.
To be eligible for ANU Access, you must have an overall IELTS of 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5) or an overall TOEFL IBT of 68 with a minimum of 18 in writing.
A range of other English language tests are also accepted. Once you successfully complete the program you can enter your degree at ANU.
Applicants who complete a recognised secondary/senior secondary/post-secondary/tertiary sequence of study will be assessed on the basis of an equivalent selection rank that is calculated upon application.
There are no formal program prerequisites.
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Foundation Studies is for students who have not studied an Australian Year 12 curriculum. It has been designed to give you the right academic preparation for the ANU Bachelor degree you want to study.
Compulsory courses include academic English, plus mathematics or research skills. You will receive about 20 hours of face-to-face class time per week.
Over 90 per cent of Foundation Studies graduates receive an offer or conditional offer for an ANU Bachelor Degree. To be eligible for Foundation Studies, you must have completed an international equivalent to Australian Year 11.
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