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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 2017/18 Adelaide, Australia

AUSTRALIAN STUDENT GUIDE

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SAIBT Your pathway to UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 2017/18

Why choose SAIBT? • SAIBT provides the best alternative start to direct entry to the University of South Australia. • SAIBT offers 5 different diploma degrees that can lead to the 2nd year of many UniSA bachelor degrees. • Your Youniversity experience begins at SAIBT where you study in a highly specialised and supportive environment, which increases your chances of future university success. • We have flexible entry requirements that mean we can provide you with a solution even if you thought university study was out of reach. • Our fast track options mean you could potentially complete your diploma in as little as 8 months! • SAIBT offers a supportive and friendly learning environment where students are given more support in smaller classes to help them succeed. With our extra academic support and our extensive student services we have helped over 5,000 students achieve their university goals. • Employment rates for the University of South Australia graduates are above the national average according to the Australian Graduate Survey. • SAIBT has a comprehensive Student Experience Program, which included numerous social events organised by SAIBT and UniSA.

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WELCOME FROM COLLEGE DIRECTOR OF SAIBT

Prof. David Lloyd Vice Chancellor and President University of South Australia

Matt Stanton College Director of SAIBT

The University of South Australia and SAIBT have a proud and enduring partnership, providing students with alternative pathways into tertiary study. We are committed to improving access to tertiary education and have made university study a reality for thousands of students from a wide variety of backgrounds. UniSA is one of the very best young universities in the world. We are ranked in the top 50 universities aged under 50 in both the QS and THE world university rankings. We are also in the top 2% of universities worldwide in the latest THE World University Rankings for 2016-17. We are building a university for the 21st century, focused on innovation and creativity. Our graduates are global citizens at ease with the world and ready to create and respond to change. We are Australia’s University of Enterprise. UniSA is a young and confident university, boldly taking on the needs of a changing world. We are focused on the next generation of great minds and invite you to come and study with the best.

We’re pleased that you are looking into SAIBT and The University of South Australia (UniSA) as options to further your education. Together we work as a team to provide you with a high quality education and excellent student experience! So even if you received a lower than expected ATAR, or originally thought that university might not be possible, we’re here to help you reach your tertiary education goals. Our diplomas can lead you straight into the 2nd year of many UniSA bachelor degrees. So far over 5000 students have graduated from SAIBT on their way to further study. There are many things that make SAIBT special but what stands out is our commitment to supporting you through the beginning of your tertiary studies. Our smaller class sizes increase the one-on-one time you have with the academic staff, we have extended lecture and tutorial time to ensure a thorough understanding of the course content, and all of this is done on UniSA campuses and taught by UniSA approved lecturers, which better prepares you for your university experience. I look forward to personally welcoming you to SAIBT soon, and wish you the best of luck for your future studies and career.

OVERVIEW

WELCOME FROM VICE CHANCELLOR OF UniSA

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SAIBT Your pathway to UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 2017/18

“I didn’t get the ATAR I needed in Year 12. I knew I wasn’t going to get a good ATAR because I spent more time at the beach rather than focussing on my studies. Halfway through my year off I decided that I wanted more from life, I wanted to achieve something and change my position I just wasn’t sure how to get there. I found the thought of university to be a little intimidating. When I found out about SAIBT I thought it was too good to be true. SAIBT focuses on me and my story, so I can study the Diploma of Arts then transfer across to the 2nd year of many UniSA Bachelor Degrees. I would tell other student’s in similar positions to definitely go to SAIBT!” My SAIBT: Bianca Hatton, Australia Arts

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OVERVIEW

YOUR PATHWAY TO A DEGREE FROM UniSA Here at SAIBT we can provide the closest alternate starting point to your UniSA bachelor degree. We provide extra academic and student support services to assist you in successfully completing your tertiary studies with a UniSA bachelor degree. Your seamless integration into university life while still studying with SAIBT will set you up for success in your university studies. SAIBT offers five university level diplomas that can help you transfer across to almost 100 different UniSA bachelor degrees.

YOUR BACHELOR DEGREE*

Pre-University

University Level

Third Year

Second Year

Diploma Stage 2 Year 12 or equivalent

Diploma Stage 1

Year 11 or equivalent

Secondary School

First Year (with advanced standing)

SAIBT

University of South Australia

*Some bachelor degrees are four years in length. Entry into the University of South Australia is dependent upon successful completion of a Diploma program with the specified Grade Point Average (GPA).

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SAIBT Your pathway to UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 2017/18

UniSA at a glance The University of South Australia is a young institution with an innovative approach to educating tomorrow’s professionals. Benefit from industry informed teaching, world-class research, award-winning facilities, and a supportive and encouraging learning environment. Benefit from innovative research and industry informed teaching, in a supportive and encouraging learning environment.

AWARDED

5 STARS FOR EXCELLENCE 2017 QS Stars Ratings

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OVERVIEW

TOP 2% WORLDWIDE

THE World University Rankings 2016-17

97% OF OUR RESEARCH IS RATED AS

WORLD CLASS 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)

RANKED 24 IN THE WORLD’S TOP 50 UNDER 50 2016/17 QS Top 50 Universities Aged Under 50

NO.1 IN SA FOR GRADUATE CAREERS QILT: Graduate Destinations Survey 2014-2016 Full-Time Employment Indicator

NO.1 IN SA FOR STUDENT SATISFACTION QILT: Course Experience Questionnaire 2015-2016 Overall Satisfaction Item

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SAIBT Your pathway to UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 2017/18

SAIBT at a glance Your pathway to University of South Australia SAIBT

University of South Australia

Your career

Already on UniSA campuses from Day 1

SAIBT offers a full range of diplomas that lead into Year 2 of most bachelor degree programs at UniSA: DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS

DIPLOMA OF ARTS

DIPLOMA OF HEALTH SCIENCE

ON CAMPUS Located on the UniSA’s City East campus with access to all of the University facilities.

SUPPORTIVE LEARNING A friendly environment where students are given more individual attention to help them succeed!

DIPLOMA OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING

SMALL CLASS SIZES No more than 40 students with small group tutorials and integrated workshops.

SAFETY AND SECURITY On all campuses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

FAST-TRACK OPTIONS You can complete a SAIBT diploma program in 8 months or 12 months.

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Numerous student social events are organised by SAIBT and UniSA for students throughout the year.

CAMPUS LOCATION In the central business district of Adelaide close to shopping malls, cinemas and entertainment venues. FLEXIBLE START DATES Three intakes per year, commencing in February, June and October.

STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS UniSA students can take part in student exchange and study abroad programs for up to one semester without paying extra fees for tuition. HIGH EMPLOYMENT RATES Over 73% of University graduates going on to full-time work are employed within four months of completing their degree program, which is above national average.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SAIBT BY FOLLOWING OUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS

saibt_unisa

facebook.com/ SAIBTstudents

instagram.com/ saibt_unisa

twitter.com/ saibt_UniSA

youtube.com/ saibtandcelusa

saibtunisa.com

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OVERVIEW

Choose your course Diploma of Arts The Diploma of Arts introduces students to contemporary issues in society, and the influence of culture and communication.

Our Diploma of Arts can lead you into the 2nd year of many UniSA bachelor degrees including; • Psychological Science • Journalism & Professional Writing

• Communication and Media • Arts (Performing Arts)

How do I get entry? • For entry into our Stage 1 Diploma you need to have finished Year 11. • For entry into our Stage 2 Diploma you need to have received an ATAR of 50 or above.

If you have completed Year 12 but did not get an ATAR above 50 we will still be able to offer you a place but you will have to do some additional subjects as decided by the Academic Director.

Location UniSA City East campus Intakes February, June and October

Stage 1

Progression into the University of South Australia

Duration

UniSA intakes February and July Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences at UniSA Magill Campus

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • Academic Research and Critical Enquiry • Communication, People, Place and Culture • Design • Essential Study Skills • Information and New Media Technologies • Media and Society

UniSA Duration GPA progression course (years) Stream requirements credit at UniSA Year 2 UniSA Bachelor of Arts (English and Creative Writing) C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Elective modules

Bachelor of Arts (History and Cultural Studies)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Student selects 2 modules: • Business Studies 1 • Human Biology • Maths and Statistics • Programming • Science and Society

Bachelor of Arts (International Relations)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Arts (Languages)*

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Arts (Linguistics)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Arts (Performing Arts)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Arts (Sociology)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Communication and Media

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Stage 2

Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing

C

6.0 = (75%)

8

2

Duration

Bachelor of Media Arts

MA

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Psychological Science

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • • • • • •

Communication and the Media Digital Design Essentials Ideas, Innovation and Communication Intercultural Communications Introduction to Digital Media Professional and Technical Communication

Specialist stream modules Student completes 2 modules from chosen stream Communication stream (C) • Public Relations Theory and Practice • Psychology 1B Media Arts stream (MA) • Design Language in Media Arts • Introduction to Film and Television

Year 1 UniSA Bachelor of Social Work

C

4.0 = (50%)

4

4

Bachelor of Social Sciences (Human Services) C

4.0 = (50%)

4

3

Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society)

C

4.0 = (50%)

4

3

Bachelor of Visual Arts§

MA

4.0 = (50%)

2

3

Bachelor of Interior Architecture

MA

4.0 = (50%)

2

4

Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)* MA

4.0 = (50%)

2

3

Bachelor of Design (Product Design)*

MA

4.0 = (50%)

2

3

Bachelor of Architectural Studies

MA

5.0 = (50%)

1

3

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)*

C

4.5 = (55%)

0

4

Bachelor of Education (Primary)*

C

4.5 = (55%)

0

4

Bachelor of Education (Primary and Middle)* C

4.5 = (55%)

0

4

CRICOS Code: 081516A. * UniSA February intake only. § Bachelor of Visual Arts features majors in Photography, Painting, Jewellery and Metal, History and Theory, Glass, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Ceramics. Please note: UniSA Year 1 = 8 Credits.

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Choose your course (continued) Diploma of Business The Diploma of Business introduces students to the fundamental disciplines required to operate in any business and administration environment.

• Marketing & Communications • Laws

Our Diploma of Business can lead you into the 2nd year of many UniSA bachelor degrees including;

How do I get entry?

We will still be able to offer you a place if you received an ATAR below 50 but you will have to do some additional studies.

• For entry into our Stage 1 Diploma you will need to have finished Year 11.

Location UniSA City East campus Intakes February, June and October

• Business (Finance) • Business (Marketing)

• For entry into our Stage 2 Diploma you will need to have received an ATAR of 50 or above in Year 12.

Stage 1

Progression into the University of South Australia

Duration

UniSA intakes February and July Business School at UniSA City West Campus

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • • • • • • •

Academic Research and Critical Enquiry Business Studies 1 Business Studies 2 Communication, People, Place and Culture Essential Study Skills Information and New Media Technologies Maths and Statistics

Elective modules Student selects 1 module: • Design • Human Biology • Media and Society • Programming • Science and Society

Stage 2 Duration

Year 2 UniSA

UniSA Duration GPA progression course (years) Stream requirements credit at UniSA

Year 2 UniSA Bachelor of Business (Design and Innovation)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Economics, Finance and Trade)

CA

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Health Service Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Sport and Recreation Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Event Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

2 or 3 trimesters

Bachelor of Business (Finance)

CA

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Core modules

Bachelor of Business (Information, Strategy and Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (International Business)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

• • • • • •

Business and Society Business Law Marketing Principles Principles of Economics Professional Development in Business Quantitative Methods for Business

Specialist stream modules Student completes 2 modules from chosen stream Commerce (Accounting) stream (CA) • Accounting for Business • Financial Accounting 1 Business stream (B) • Accounting Principles for Business Decisions • Management and Organisations Property stream (P) • Accounting for Business • Management and Organisations

Bachelor of Business (Legal Studies)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Management)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business (Property)

P

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Business

B

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

CA

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)/ Bachelor of Business (Finance)

CA

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Marketing and Communication

B

4.0 = (50%)

5

2.5

Bachelor of Laws#

B

4.5 = (55%)

4

4

Year 1 UniSA

CRICOS Code: 081517M. # February intake only. Please note: UniSA Year 1 = 8 Credits.

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PROGRAMS

Diploma of Engineering The Diploma of Engineering introduces students to foundation concepts and skills in Engineering and associated disciplines.

Our Diploma of Engineering can lead you into many UniSA bachelor degrees including; • Electrical Engineering • Mechanical Engineering

• Mechatronic Engineering • Civil Engineering

How do I get entry? • For entry into our Stage 1 Diploma you need to have finished Year 11. • For entry into our Stage 2 Diploma you need to have received an ATAR of 50 or above and have studied Maths and Physics in Year 12.

You may still be eligible for our Stage 2 Diploma even without an ATAR of 50 or without the required prerequisites, you will just need to do some extra subjects as determined by our Academic Director.

Location UniSA City East campus Intakes February, June and October

Stage 1

Progression into the University of South Australia

Duration

UniSA intakes February and July Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment at UniSA Mawson Lakes Campus

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • Academic Research and Critical Enquiry • Essential Study Skills • Information and New Media Technologies • Communication, People, Place and Culture • Advanced Maths 1 • Advanced Maths 2 • Physics 1 • Physics 2

Stage 2 Duration 2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • • • • •

Computer Techniques Engineering Design and Innovation Sustainable Engineering Practice Mathematics Methods for Engineers 1 Mathematics Methods for Engineers 2

Specialist stream modules Student completes 3 modules from chosen stream Civil stream (C) • Engineering Materials • Engineering Mechanics • Management Principles Electrical stream (E) • Electricity and Electronics • Engineering Physics • Introduction to Computer Systems Mechanical stream (M) • Electricity and Electronics • Engineering Materials • Engineering Mechanics Mechatronic stream (MT) • Electricity and Electronics • Engineering Mechanics • Introduction to Computer Systems

UniSA Duration GPA progression course (years) Stream requirements credit at UniSA Year 2 UniSA Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Structural)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Project Management)

C

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic)

E

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Mechatronic)

E

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical)

M

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Advanced Manufacturing)

M

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Mechatronic)

M

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechatronic)

MT

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

E

4.0 = (50%)

4

2.5 2.5

Year 1 UniSA Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Science

E

4.0 = (50%)

4

Bachelor of Built Environment

C

4.0 = (50%)

2

3

Bachelor of Environmental Science

C

4.0 = (50%)

1

3

Bachelor of Aviation (Management)*

E

5.0 = (65%)

2

3

Bachelor of Aviation (Pilot)*

E

5.0 = (65%)

2

3

Did you know? UniSA in No.1 in South Australia for Engineering research according to Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2015 rankings.

CRICOS Code: 081519J. * Successful completion of Stage 1 of the Diploma of Engineering with a GPA of 5.0 provides a pathway into Year 1 of the Bachelor of Aviation. Please note: UniSA Year 1 = 8 Credits.

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Choose your course (continued) Diploma of Health Science The Diploma of Health Science introduces students to the Australian health system and the role of the health professional. Students will also be introduced to fundamental physiological and psychological components of human health, while developing the skills required for successful tertiary studies in the health sciences.

Our Diploma of Health Science can lead into many different UniSA degrees including; • • • •

Nursing Physiotherapy Human Movement Medical Radiation and many more.

How do I get entry? • For entry into our Stage 1 Diploma you need to have finished Year 11. • For entry into our Stage 2 Diploma you need to have received an ATAR of 50 or above and have done Biology in Year 12.

Location UniSA City East campus Intakes February, June and October*

Stage 1

Progression into the University of South Australia

Duration

UniSA intakes February Division of Health Sciences at UniSA City West Campus

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • Academic Research and Critical Enquiry • Chemistry • Communication, People, Place and Culture • Essential Study Skills • Human Biology • Information and New Media Technologies • Maths and Statistics • Science and Society

UniSA Duration GPA progression course (years) requirements credit at UniSA

Year 2 UniSA Year 2 UniSA Bachelor of Human Movement

5.0 = (65%)

8

2

Bachelor of Health Science

5.0 = (65%)

8

2

5.0 = (65%)

7

3

Year 1 UniSA Bachelor of Medical Science

Stage 2

Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences

5.0 = (65%)

6

3

Duration

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Medical Imaging)†

6.0 = (75%)

6

4

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine)#

6.0 = (75%)

6

4

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy)#

6.0 = (75%)

6

4

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy†

6.0 = (75%)

5

4

Bachelor of Physiotherapy†

6.0 = (75%)

5

4



Bachelor of Podiatry

6.0 = (75%)

5

4

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology#

6.0 = (75%)

5

4

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • • • • • • • •

Foundations of Health Global and National Health Human Anatomy Human Physiology 1 Human Physiology 2 Introductory Psychology Population Health Statistics for Laboratory Sciences

Did you know? The University of South Australia School of Health Science provides students with over 1,000 hours of clinical placement in a variety of settings (for most programs).



Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science

5.0 = (65%)

4

3

Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine

5.0 = (65%)

4

4

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)†

5.5 = (70%)

4

4

Bachelor of Midwifery

5.0 = (65%)

3

3

Bachelor of Nursing†

5.0 = (65%)

3

3



CRICOS Code: 081518K * October entry for Stage 1 only # Quotas apply to this University program. Applicants will be offered a Diploma of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Health Science package. On successful completion of the diploma with the required GPA, students will be able to apply to the University for entry to the relevant degree program. Admission is competitive and based on academic performance in the diploma. † A quota applies to these programs. A student’s place will be confirmed when SAIBT receives completed acceptance documents and payment. If the quota has been filled, the student will be offered an alternative SAIBT/University pathway in Health Sciences. Please note: UniSA Year 1 = 8 Credits.

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PROGRAMS

Diploma of Information Technology The Diploma of Information Technology introduces students to the broad range of skills required by the IT professional, providing the basis for specialised study in areas such as computing, information technology, multimedia and software engineering.

Our Diploma of Information Technology can lead into the 2nd year of many different UniSA bachelor degrees including; • Software Engineering • Cybersecurity • Mobile Application Development

How do I get entry? • For entry into our Stage 1 Diploma you need to have finished Year 11. • For entry into our Stage 2 Diploma you need to have received an ATAR of 50 or above.

Location UniSA City East campus Intakes February, June and October

Stage 1

Progression into the University of South Australia

Duration

UniSA intakes February and July Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment at UniSA Mawson Lakes Campus

2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • Academic Research and Critical Enquiry • Communication, People, Place and Culture • Design • Essential Study Skills • Information and New Media Technologies • Maths and Statistics • Programming

Elective modules Student selects 1 module • Advanced Maths 1 • Business Studies 1 • Human Biology • Media and Society • Science and Society

Stage 2

UniSA Duration GPA progression course (years) requirements credit at UniSA Year 2 UniSA Bachelor of Information Technology

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Information Technology (Games and Entertainment Design)

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile Application Development)

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Cybersecurity)

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Development)

4.0 = (50%)

8

2

Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)

4.0 = (50%)

8

3

Duration 2 or 3 trimesters

Core modules • • • • • • • •

Database Fundamentals Design Thinking and Digital Innovation Information Technology Fundamentals IT Project Management Problem Solving and Programming System Analysis Network Fundamentals Programming Fundamentals

CRICOS Code: 081520E Please note: UniSA Year 1 = 8 Credits.

Did you know? The University of South Australia has a global IT partnership with DXC Technology.

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“SAIBT is a very good place to start when entering university as they teach you the necessary information that will prepare you and push you in the right direction. Its smaller classrooms sizes has allowed for a more interactive learning experience for me. Allowing me to be more engaged with my learning and get any questions I need answered straight away. The lecturers show great respect wanting you to do the best you can do, providing help and tutoring sessions if needed. I’ve found SAIBT to be really helpful, giving me the opportunity to complete the first year of my degree in a diploma and enter straight into second year of my Health Science degree.” My SAIBT: Zachary Patelis, Australia Health Science

Your academic calendars Intake trimester

Orientation

Study begins

Study ends

2017 2

21 June

26 June

29 September

3

11 October

16 October

2 February 2018

1

21 February

26 February

1 June

2

20 June

25 June

28 September

3

10 October

15 October

1 February 2019

2018

Your investment Program*

2018 fee (A$)

FEE Help Approved

Diploma Stage 1 (Arts, Business, Engineering, Health Science, Information Technology)

$12,800

ü

Diploma of Arts

$16,400

ü

Diploma of Business

$17,600

ü

Diploma of Engineering

$18,600

ü

Diploma of Health Science

$17,600

ü

Diploma of Information Technology

$18,600

ü

* Costs are subject to change. All fees are payable before each trimester begins, with the actual fee being based on the number of courses taken in that trimester. Fees are reviewed annually and may increase each year. Unless otherwise stated, all fees are not subject to GST (Goods and Services Tax). Fee-HELP is available for all eligible students. For more information visit http://studyassist.gov.au

ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

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How to start your YOU niversity experience with SAIBT We know that your journey is unique and by following these easy steps you can move closer to your university goals!

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Apply

By email: Complete the application form at the end of the brochure and email to SAIBT Admissions together with supporting documentation (certified academic transcripts, evidence of English, passport). Online: Follow easy steps at saibt.sa.edu.au/apply In person: Visit SAIBT at the Brookman Building, University of South Australia City East Campus.

What to include

You will need to include; • Your SACE Certificate

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SAIBT will email (and post) a copy of your offer to you. Sign the acceptance page and indicate a method of payment.*

Receive your offer in 2 business days

Return documents to SAIBT and receive your orientation information. * Australian citizens are eligible for FEE Help from the Government.

• Your Record of Achievement • Your Scaled Scores • Your Tertiary Entrance Statement (ATAR pate) • Your birth certificate, citizenship certificate or passport

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Arrive to SAIBT

Arrive to SAIBT in time to attend Orientation (compulsory for all new students).

Do you have any questions? Email [email protected] or call +61 8 8302 2021 and we will be pleased to assist you with any application questions you may have.

Application form

Australian students Please print in BLOCK LETTERS

Personal details Title:

Mr

Ms

Program selection Mrs

Miss

Other

Family name: Given names: Preferred name: Date of birth: DAY / MONTH / YEAR

Male

Gender:

Female

Diploma of Arts Diploma of Health Science Diploma of Business Diploma of Information Technology Diploma of Engineering SAIBT program commencement Please indicate the year and trimester in which you wish to begin your studies. February June October Year:

University of South Australia program

Contact details Applicant’s contact details

Bachelor preference:

Address:

Other information

Postcode: Tel (home):

How did you first learn about SAIBT? You may tick more than one.

Tel (work):

UniSA Letter from UniSA SAIBT advertising School careers counsellor Recommended by a friend/relative If ‘yes’, to SAIBT advertising, please specify (E.g. online, radio, TV, print):

Mobile: Email: Country of birth:

Application checklist

Nationality: Yes

Are you currently onshore in Australia?

Check that you have:

No

Are you a citizen or permanent resident of Australia? Yes No Please note that you will have to provide evidence of citizenship or residency at or before enrolment (eg a certified copy of your birth certificate, passport, citizenship certificate or visa).

Education details Secondary Education—highest level achieved Name of qualification (eg SACE Stage 2, other Year 12):

Declaration

School attended:

I declare the information I have supplied on this form is, to the best of my understanding and belief, complete and correct. I understand that giving false or incomplete information may lead to my application being refused or my enrolment cancelled. I have read and understood the relevant program information in this brochure and/or on the SAIBT website and I have sufficient information about SAIBT to enrol. I understand that the pathway may lead to future studies at the University of South Australia, subject to the University of South Australia’s entry requirements. I give permission for SAIBT and the University of South Australia to obtain official records from an educational institution attended by me, and to supply my contact details and any relevant official records to educational institutions I am eligible to gain admission to. I understand that the fees quoted may be subject to increase. I understand that any conditions concerning an offer of admission will be contained in my letter of offer from SAIBT, which I will be required to read and sign.

Country/state: Yes

Year completed:

No

Tertiary and further education—highest level achieved Name of qualification (eg degree, diploma, STAT test): Institution attended: Country/state: Completed:

Yes

Year completed:

No

Please attached certified copies of all academic transcripts or mark sheets. Will you be applying for exemptions (recognition of prior learning)? Yes No If ‘yes’, provide copies of relevant academic transcripts and a completed Application for Credit form (visit saibt.sa.edu.au for details). Yes

No

If ‘yes’ was your ATAR above 50?

Yes

Did you achieve an ATAR?

No

Mathematics

Chemistry

Date:

DAY / MONTH / YEAR

If you are under 18 years of age, your parent or guardian must also sign this application form.

Parent/guardian signature:

Did you study the following in Year 12? Biology

Applicant signature:

Physics

Please note none of the above are essential for entry into SAIBT. We will still be able to offer you a place if you didn’t receive an ATAR and didn’t do the above subjects.

Employment history If you believe you have employment experience relevant to the program you are applying for, please attach a CV and references.

Request for disability support Do you have a disability that may affect your studies?

Yes

No

Date:

DAY / MONTH / YEAR

Postal address for applications Admissions Office South Australian Institute of Business and Technology GPO Box 2471 Adelaide SA 5001 Australia T +61 8 8302 2021 E [email protected]

F +61 8 8302 1557 W saibt.sa.edu.au

CRICOS provider codes: SAIBT 02193C; University of South Australia 00121B

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Completed:

completed all sections of the Application form attached certified copies of your academic qualifications* included relevant employment documentation (if required) included a copy of your birth certificate or passport * A certified copy is signed by an authorised officer to acknowledge that it matches the original document exactly. Authorised officers include: • staff of the SAIBT office in Adelaide • staff of the institution that issued the document • a Justice of the Peace or Public Notary • staff of an Australian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission

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SAIBT Your pathway to UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 2017/18

“ I chose SAIBT because they offer fast track options and they have a very good diploma course. I’m doing the Diploma of Arts and I really do enjoy the courses and I’ve made a lot of new friends.” My SAIBT: Ruby Leung, Australia Arts

Navitas provides you with the education you need, to get where you want to be in life. From English language skills and courses to help you enter university, to training for the workplace, Navitas colleges and campuses in 28 countries will support you every step of the way. With over 120 Navitas and SAE Institution locations across the globe, and over 80,000 students currently studying with us, we understand the world’s learning needs. We’ve become one of the most trusted providers of education and training in the world. Navitas offers to students, professionals and migrants from around the world, the following opportunities: • • • • • • • •

English language training High school studies University preparation and programs Post-secondary education for creative media technology Career advancement programs Student recruitment Internship programs Migrant settlement services

We also offer customised workplace training for companies, and a range of training and settlement services for the Australian Government. Wherever you are, and wherever you want to be, the knowledge and resources of our staff around the world will ensure your success.

Central America

• SAE Institute, South Africa

• SAE Institute, Mexico

Asia

Europe

• ACBT — Edith Cowan University, Sri Lanka • Curtin Singapore (The Singapore Campus of Curtin University) • SAE Institutions — Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand

• SAE Institutions — Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey

Australia

Middle East

• ACAP (Australian College of Applied Psychology) • ATTC (Australian TESOL Training Centre) • CELUSA (Centre for English Language in the University of South Australia) • Curtin College — Curtin University, Perth • Curtin University Sydney • Deakin College — Deakin University, Melbourne • ECC — Edith Cowan University, Perth • Eynesbury — The University of Adelaide and University of South Australia • Griffith College — Griffith University, Brisbane, Gold Coast • Hawthorn-Melbourne • La Trobe Melbourne — La Trobe University • La Trobe University Sydney Campus • Navitas English • Navitas Health Skills Australia (HSA) • Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) • Navitas Professional • NIC — The University of Newcastle • SAE Institutions — Adelaide, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney • SAIBT — University of South Australia, Adelaide • SIBT, Sydney • Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus • Western Sydney University The College • UC College - University of Canberra

• SAE Institutions — Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Canada • FIC — Simon Fraser University, Vancouver • ICM — the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg

New Zealand • SAE Institute, Auckland • UCIC — University of Canterbury, Christchurch United Kingdom • • • • • • • • • •

BCUIC — Birmingham City University CRIC — Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge EIC — Edinburgh Napier University HIC — University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield ICP — University of Portsmouth ICRGU — Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen ICWS — Swansea University LBIC — Brunel University London PUIC — Plymouth University SAE Institutions — Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Oxford • UNIC - The University of Northampton United States of America • Navitas at FAU — Florida Atlantic University • Navitas at UMass Boston — University of Massachusetts Boston • Navitas at UMass Dartmouth — University of Massachusetts Dartmouth • Navitas at UNH — University of New Hampshire • University of Idaho Global Student Success Program • University of Massachusetts Lowell Global Student Success Program • SAE Institutions — Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, San Francisco

Australian College of Business and Technology (ACBT) are affiliated organisations and are not owned by Navitas Limited. NAVITAS USA: These schools are authorised under federal law to enrol non-immigrant alien students. Registered Company names and CRICOS provider codes: SAE Institute Pty Ltd 00312F; Navitas Bundoora Pty Ltd trading as La Trobe Melbourne 03312D; La Trobe University 00115M (VIC); La Trobe University Sydney Campus 00115M; Colleges of Business and Technology (WA) Pty Ltd; Curtin University of Technology CRICOS Provider Code 00301J, Curtin University is a trademark of Curtin University of Technology; Educational Enterprises Australia Pty Ltd trading as Eynesbury 00561M; The University of Adelaide 00123M; Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd trading as Deakin College 01590J; Deakin University 00113B; Edith Cowan College Pty Ltd 01312J; Edith Cowan University 00279B; Queensland Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd, trading as Griffith College 01737F; Griffith University 00233E; South Australian Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd 02193C; University of South Australia 00121B; Sydney Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd 01576G; Newcastle International College 03293B; The University of Newcastle 00109J; The University of Western Sydney ABN 53 014 069 881 trading as Western Sydney University is a registered provider under the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Provider Number 00917K; UWS Enterprises Pty Ltd ABN 44 003 474 468 trading as Western Sydney University The College (CRICOS Provider Number 02851G) is a wholly owned entity of the University of Western Sydney. Academic Pathway programs are delivered by Western Sydney University The College under arrangement with the University of Western Sydney; University of Canberra / University of Canberra College 00212K. Navitas English: Courses are delivered by Navitas English Services Pty Ltd (ACN 002 069 730), CRICOS Provider 00289M; The Certificate IV in TESOL is delivered by Navitas English Pty Ltd (ACN 003 916 701), CRICOS Provider 00031D. Centre for English Language in the University of South Australia 02193C; Hawthorn-Melbourne (Hawthorn Learning Pty Ltd, ACN 124 204 171) CRICOS provider code: 02931G; Navitas Professional Institute Pty Ltd trading as Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) and Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP). National CRICOS provider code: 01328A. UCIC NZQA Provider Number 7177. ICM CRA BN: 81210 5146; FIC CRA BN: 81210 5146. Company Numbers: Birmingham City International College Ltd trading as Birmingham City University International College (BCUIC) 07445570; CRIC 06407773; EIC 06822392; ICP 06770123; ICWS 6412162; HIBT Ltd trading as HIC 5163612; London IBT Ltd. trading as London Brunel International College (LBIC); Plymouth Devon International College Ltd trading as Plymouth University International College (PUIC) 06822402; ICRGU 07154254. Navitas Limited ABN 69 109 613 309

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Education for your world

Africa

South Australian Institute of Business and Technology University of South Australia City East Campus Brookman Building North Terrace Adelaide SA 5000 Australia Postal Address University of South Australia SAIBT CEA-04 GPO Box 2471 Adelaide SA, Australia 5001 T +61 8 8302 2021 F +61 8 8302 1557 E [email protected] ABN 12 087 769 097 CRICOS provider codes: SAIBT 02193C; University of South Australia 00121B The information contained in this guide is correct at the time of publication; however, the South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT) reserves the right to alter, amend or delete details at any time without notice. Selected photographs in this publication are copyright © Josie Withers/Josie Withers Photography This guide is provided free of charge. Printed June 2017. SAIBT170327-1535_0617_AW

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