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Claremont
General English classes are for learners from beginners to advanced levels. General English is a pathway to all other English language programs at UWA.
Intake Months
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Nov
Duration
Ongoing
Study Mode
In person

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Claremont
English for Academic Purposes classes are for learners from upper-intermediate to advanced levels. Like General English courses, English for Academic Purposes classes are the path to all other English language programs at UWA.
Intake Months
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Nov
Duration
Ongoing
Study Mode
In person

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Claremont
The UWA Centre for English Language Teaching offers two ways, or pathways, to improve English language proficiency to the level required by the University for entry into its undergraduate and postgraduate studies. It is possible to package an application, that is, apply for more than one course at a time. UWA CELT can package a language course with an undergraduate degree, a master's degree (coursework, professional and research) as well as a research doctorate (PhD).
Entry Requirements

The Academic English and Study Skills Bridging Course is offered as a 20-week program and a 10-week program. All students must meet the minimum entry requirements as set out in the table below.

QUALIFICATION 20-WEEK BRIDGING COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 10-WEEK BRIDGING COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
IELTS (Academic format)

5.5 with no band score below 5.0

6.0 with no band score below 5.5 (higher requirements apply to students bound for some UWA degrees) 
TOEFL iBT

58 with a minimum score of 18 in the writing section, 16 in the speaking section and 12 in the listening and reading sections

70 with a minimum score of 20 in the writing section, 19 in the speaking section, 17 in the listening section and 14 in the reading section
Cambridge First Certificate in English Minimum score of 60 and borderline for each skill Minimum score of 75 and good for each skill
Pearson Test of English (Academic) 49 overall with no individual score below 42 54 overall with no individual score below 54
WA Certificate of Education English as an Additional Language/Dialect – overall scaled mark of 35-39.9, in stage 3 English as an Additional Language/Dialect – overall scaled mark of 40-49.9, in stage 3
CELT General English Upper-intermediate with a minimum of 70% (no individual skill below 60%) Pre-advanced with a minimum of 69% (no individual skill below 65%)
CELT English for Academic Purposes Minimum of 60% (no individual skill below 55%) Minimum of 65% (no individual skill below 60%)
Intake Months
Jan
Duration
Ongoing
Study Mode
In person

Graduate Diploma

Perth CBD
Sheridan Institute of Higher Education’s Graduate Diploma of Business Administration program provides postgraduate education in business administration grounded in the Christian ethical framework.
Entry Requirements

Entry to Graduate Awards (Domestic Students):

  • Open to persons who have graduated with or qualified for a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification from an Australian university or other approved higher education provider with a credit average, and
  • provide evidence of at least three years professional experience.
  • Satisfactory interview.

Entry to Graduate Awards (International Students):

  • Open to persons who have graduated with or qualified for a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification from an Australian university or other approved higher education provider with a credit average, and
  • provide evidence of at least three years professional experience, and
  • Satisfactory interview, and
  • An IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no band lower than 6.0. 

Graduate Alternative Entry:

  • Open to persons who have: graduated with or qualified for a diploma from an Australian provider or other approved education provider with a credit average (or equivalent), and
  • provide evidence of at least five years relevant work experience at a management level and are assessed by the Academic Principal as being able to successfully complete the program and make a positive contribution to the learning environment. For the purposes of this policy, "management" includes the supervision of one or more direct reports, and financial responsibility for a budget or cost centre within a budget.
  • Applicants who do not have a credit average must submit a 1000 word statement demonstrating their suitability for the program.
  • Satisfactory interview.
Intake Months
Jan, Aug
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
In person
International Tuition Fees
$12,320 per year / $12,320 total

Non-Award

City Campus, Northbridge Campus
This first aid course provides the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to infants, children and adults and specifically applies to educators and support staff working within an education and care setting.
Intake Months
Feb, Apr, Jul, Oct

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City Campus, Northbridge Campus
You will gain the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines.
Intake Months
Feb, Apr, Jul, Oct

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City Campus, Northbridge Campus
You will be trained to demonstrate personal awareness and knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury or harm to self and others.
Intake Months
Feb, Apr, Jul, Oct

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City Campus, Northbridge Campus
Our Provide First Aid course will provide you with the skills on how to provide life support and management of casualties in a range of situations until the arrival of medical assistance. You will also learn how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) if someone has stopped breathing.
Intake Months
Feb, Apr, Jul, Oct