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1 UniSA College Pathways to degrees 2015

2 Benjamin Van Loggem Foundation Studies, Bachelor of Architectural Studies I embarked on a holiday overseas, and during this time I had an opportunity to reflect on my goals and aspirations. I enjoyed my job as a landscaper as it had afforded me the opportunity to gain inspiration from some magnificent homes during various stages of the building process. On returning to Australia I made the decision to pursue my dream and study architecture. Without the skills taught at UniSA College I believe I would not have had the skills or confidence to complete my undergraduate degree.

3 Contents Welcome...5 UniSA College...6 Diploma in Allied Health...8 Diploma in Arts...10 Diploma in Business...12 Diploma in Science and Technology...14 Foundation Studies...16 Fees...18 UniSA Connect

4 Fifi-Odule Munezero Foundation Studies, Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine Studying at UniSA College was daunting at first but I was surprised to see how the lecturers and tutors were very supportive. Eventually I overcame my fears and opened up to a new way of study. My approach to life has changed since I came to study at university. Every day when I wake up I realise that I have potential in me. The ultimate challenge is to explore my abilities to the fullest and see what I can offer to our world in the future.

5 Welcome Higher education provides a pathway to opportunity, but there are many people who - for any number of reasons - can t follow the traditional road from school to university. UniSA College was established in 2011 to help those who might not previously have been afforded the chance to pursue further learning to achieve their study ambitions and therefore realise their full potential. In addition to furthering the University of South Australia s foundation commitments to equity and excellence, UniSA College s primary aim is to provide people with an opportunity to fulfil their education aspirations when they are ready and able to do so. UniSA College can help you realise your potential as a student in higher education, on your terms and with exceptional support in a tailored learning environment. Professor David Lloyd Vice Chancellor and President University of South Australia As soon as you join UniSA College you commence your journey as a student of the University of South Australia. UniSA College programs prepare you for success at university and equip you to achieve your ambitions. They allow you to experience the excitement and satisfaction of becoming immersed in life as a university student. Our Diploma and Foundation Studies programs provide life-changing opportunities for people of different ages and backgrounds. Both programs offer new pathways into university study and our diploma programs allow a seamless transfer into a range of degrees. If you are a school leaver moving directly into higher education, or a mature-aged person embarking on a career change, you will experience the welcoming and focused community UniSA College offers. You will have the opportunity to develop positive relationships with staff members who will work with you to help you achieve at your highest possible level. Our aim across all programs is to assist your successful transition into undergraduate study. I look forward to witnessing your success as a university student and the achievement of your personal goals within and beyond the University of South Australia. Mr Stephen Dowdy Head of UniSA College University of South Australia 5

6 UniSA College Your pathway to a university degree UniSA College offers a range of diplomas and a Foundation Studies program which can provide a pathway to the university degree of your choice. UniSA College programs build your academic skills and prerequisite knowledge, preparing you for degree-level study. What can I study? You can study any of the following programs at UniSA College. Diploma in Allied Health a two year pathway program for people currently working in the allied health industry who are looking to become specialists in physiotherapy, podiatry or occupational therapy. Diploma in Arts a two year program providing a pathway into arts, communication and media, English and creative writing, history and cultural studies, Indigenous cultures and Australian society, international relations, journalism, linguistics, media arts, performing arts, product design, social science (human services), social work, sociology, visual arts and visual communication degrees. Diploma in Business a two year program providing a pathway into accounting, business, economics, finance, human resource management, logistics and supply chain management, management, marketing, sport and recreation, and tourism and event management degrees. Diploma in Science and Technology a two year program providing a pathway into environmental science, health science, human movement, information technology, laboratory medicine, medical science, nursing, nutrition and food sciences, pharmaceutical science, science and software engineering degrees. Foundation Studies a fee-free, one year program for students with no previous qualifications (student amenities fees may apply). 6

7 Which pathway is best for you? Arts Arts Communication & Media English & Creative Writing History & Cultural Studies Indigenous Cultures & Australian Society International Relations Journalism Linguistics Media Arts Performing Arts Product Design Social Science (Human Services) Social Work Sociology Visual Arts Visual Communication Business Accounting Business Economics Finance Finance & Trade Human Resource Management Logistics & Supply Chain Management Management Marketing Sport and Recreation Tourism & Event Management Science, Technology & Health Environmental Science Health Science Human Movement Information Technology Laboratory Medicine Medical Science Nursing Nutrition and Food Sciences Pharmaceutical Science Science Software Engineering PREFERENCE Diploma in Arts THEN Foundation Studies in your SATAC application* PREFERENCE Diploma in Business THEN Foundation Studies in your SATAC application* PREFERENCE Diploma in Science & Technology THEN Foundation Studies in your SATAC application* Interested in a different degree? JUST PREFERENCE Foundation Studies in your SATAC application* Full entry criteria can be accessed on the UniSA website unisa.edu.au The Diploma in Allied Health is also available for people who hold a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance and are currently working in the allied health industry. Applications for this program are made directly to UniSA. More information is provided on page 8. *After your degree programs (i.e. diplomas would normally be the 5th preference in a SATAC application, and Foundation Studies would normally be the 6th preference in a SATAC application). Contact us Phone: (08) Website: unisa.edu.au/college Location: Level 2, 160 Currie Street (entrance on Clarendon Street), City West campus, Adelaide 7

8 Diploma in Allied Health Program overview The Diploma in Allied Health provides a pathway into physiotherapy, podiatry or occupational therapy degrees for people who hold a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance and are currently working in a related field. Upon successful completion of the 2 year diploma, students will continue into the second year of a degree in physiotherapy, podiatry or occupational therapy at the University of South Australia, and may go on to be specialists in an allied health field. Program snapshot Program code ATAR entry Program length Prerequisites or assumed knowledge Home campus STAT entry External study available Part-time study available TAFE entry TAFE credit available Program fees Work experience required DDAL No 2 years None City West & City East No Partial Partial Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance No Commonwealth supported HECS-HELP Yes 8

9 What will I learn? During the first year of the diploma students learn academic literacy, numeracy, communication and computing skills vital to successful tertiary-level study. Second year students take courses from their nominated specialisation, while still receiving additional support tailored to their needs by UniSA College. Who is it for? The Diploma in Allied Health provides a pathway for people currently working in the allied health industry who are looking to become specialists in physiotherapy, podiatry or occupational therapy but do not meet the minimum requirements for direct entry in the degree. Entry criteria for the diploma (both of the following): Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance Two years (or part-time equivalent) work as an Allied Health Assistant or equivalent Applicants must also be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, or New Zealand citizen and must not hold more than a Certificate IV qualification. What can it lead to? Guaranteed entry into the second year of a UniSA degree Graduates of the Diploma in Allied Health are guaranteed entry into a degree at the University of South Australia (upon successful completion). Students who apply for one of the degrees listed below are also guaranteed a year of credit towards the degree. Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) Bachelor of Physiotherapy Bachelor of Podiatry Guaranteed entry 2 Year Diploma 2 nd Year of Degree How to apply Applications for this program are made directly to UniSA. For application deadlines, or to apply, visit the UniSA College website unisa.edu.au/college 9

10 Diploma in Arts Program overview This Diploma in Arts is a two year program providing a pathway into arts, communication and media, English and creative writing, history and cultural studies, Indigenous cultures and Australian society, international relations, journalism, linguistics, media arts, performing arts, product design, social science (human services), social work, sociology, visual arts and visual communication degrees at the University of South Australia. Program snapshot Program code DDAR SATAC code ATAR (Feb 2014 cut-off) 50 Program length 2 years Prerequisites or assumed knowledge None Home campus City West & Magill STAT (Feb 2014 cut-off) 139 External study available Partial Part-time study available Yes TAFE entry Certificate III TAFE credit available No Program fees Commonwealth supported HECS-HELP 10

11 What will I learn? During the first year of the diploma program students learn academic literacy, numeracy, communication and computing skills vital to successful tertiary-level study. Second year students take first year courses from their nominated future degree (must be a linked degree), while still receiving additional support tailored to their needs by UniSA College. Who is it for? The Diploma in Arts is designed for people who do not fulfil all the requirements to get directly into an arts, communication and media, design, Indigenous cultures and Australian society or social sciences degree. Entry criteria (one of the following): Completed SACE or equivalent and obtained a competitive Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) Obtained a competitive Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) score Completed a recognised Certificate III qualification Applicants must also be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, or New Zealand citizen and must not hold a recognised Certificate IV or higher qualification. What can it lead to? Guaranteed entry into the second year of a UniSA degree Graduates of the Diploma in Arts are guaranteed entry into a degree at the University of South Australia (upon successful completion). Students who apply for one of the degrees listed below are also guaranteed a year of credit towards the degree. Packaged programs are for applicants who know their future degree (details below). Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (English and Creative Writing) Bachelor of Arts (History and Cultural Studies) Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society) Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) Bachelor of Arts (Linguistics) Bachelor of Arts (Performing Arts) Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) Bachelor of Communication and Media Bachelor of Design (Product Design) Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing Bachelor of Media Arts Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Visual Arts (Specialisation) NEW packaged program Diploma in Arts, Bachelor of Arts SATAC code: Apply to undertake the Diploma in Arts as a pathway into the Bachelor of Arts only. Guaranteed entry 2 Year Diploma 2 nd Year of Degree How to apply For application deadlines, or to apply, visit SATAC at satac.edu.au 11

12 Diploma in Business Program overview The Diploma in Business is a two year program providing a pathway into accounting, business, economics, finance, human resource management, logistics and supply chain management, management, marketing, sport and recreation, and tourism and event management degrees at the University of South Australia. Program snapshot Program code DDBU SATAC code ATAR TBC Program length 2 years Prerequisites or assumed knowledge None Home campus City West STAT TBC External study available Partial Part-time study available Yes TAFE entry Certificate III TAFE credit available No Program fees Commonwealth supported HECS-HELP 12

13 What will I learn? During the first year of the diploma students learn academic literacy, numeracy, communication and computing skills vital to successful tertiary-level study. Second year students take first year courses from their nominated future degree (must be a linked degree), while still receiving additional support tailored to their needs by UniSA College. Who is it for? The Diploma in Business is designed for people who do not fulfil all the requirements to get directly into a business or accounting degree. Entry criteria (one of the following): Completed SACE or equivalent and obtained a competitive Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) Obtained a competitive Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) score Completed a recognised Certificate III qualification Applicants must also be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, or New Zealand citizen and must not hold a recognised Certificate IV or higher qualification. What can it lead to? Guaranteed entry into the second year of a UniSA degree Graduates of the Diploma in Business are guaranteed entry into a degree at the University of South Australia (upon successful completion). Students who apply for one of the degrees listed below are also guaranteed a year of credit towards the degree. Packaged programs are for applicants who know their future degree (details below). Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Business (Economics, Finance and Trade) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Sport and Recreation Management) Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Event Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) NEW packaged program Diploma in Business, Bachelor of Business SATAC code: Apply to undertake the Diploma in Business as a pathway into the Bachelor of Business only. Guaranteed entry 2 Year Diploma 2 nd Year of Degree How to apply For application deadlines, or to apply, visit SATAC at satac.edu.au 13

14 Diploma in Science and Technology Program overview The Diploma in Science and Technology is a two year program providing a pathway into environmental science, health science, human movement, information technology, laboratory medicine, medical science, nursing, nutrition and food sciences, pharmaceutical science, science and software engineering degrees at the University of South Australia. Program snapshot Program code DDST SATAC code ATAR (Feb 2014 cut-off) 50 Program length 2 years Prerequisites or assumed knowledge None Home campus City West, Mawson Lakes & City East STAT (Feb 2014 cut-off) 139 External study available Partial Part-time study available Yes TAFE entry Certificate III TAFE credit available No Program fees Commonwealth supported HECS-HELP 14

15 What will I learn? During the first year of the diploma students learn academic literacy, numeracy and communication skills vital to successful tertiary-level study. Students also complete introductory mathematics, chemistry and physics courses. In the second year, students take first year courses from their nominated future degree (must be a linked degree), while still receiving additional support tailored to their needs by UniSA College. Who is it for? The Diploma in Science and Technology is for people who do not fulfil all the requirements to get directly into an information technology, science or health related degree. Entry criteria (one of the following): Completed SACE or equivalent and obtained a competitive Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) Obtained a competitive Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) score Completed a recognised Certificate III qualification Applicants must also be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, or New Zealand citizen and must not hold a recognised Certificate IV or higher qualification. What can it lead to? Guaranteed entry into the second year of a UniSA degree Graduates of the Diploma in Science and Technology are guaranteed entry into a degree at the University of South Australia (upon successful completion). Students who apply for one of the degrees listed below are also guaranteed a year of credit towards the degree. Packaged programs are for applicants who know their future degree (details below). Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement and Health Studies) Bachelor of Environmental Science Bachelor of Health Science Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Information Technology (Games and Entertainment Design) Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile Applications) Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Cybersecurity) Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Development) Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine Bachelor of Medical Science Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) Guaranteed entry 2 Year Diploma 2 nd Year of Degree NEW packaged programs Diploma in Science & Technology, Bachelor of Health Sciences SATAC code: Diploma in Science & Technology, Bachelor of Information Technology SATAC code: Apply to undertake the Diploma in Science & Technology as a pathway into the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Information Technology only. How to apply For application deadlines, or to apply, visit SATAC at satac.edu.au 15

16 Foundation Studies Program overview University of South Australia Foundation Studies is a fee-free, one year program for students with no previous qualifications (student amenities fees may apply). Students learn the skills required for successful university-level study. On completion of the program, students can use their grade point average to apply for entry into a university degree or into the second year of a UniSA College diploma. Program snapshot Program code ATAR Program length Prerequisites or assumed knowledge Home campus STAT entry External study available Part-time study available TAFE entry available TAFE credit available Program fees SATAC codes MFFS Not required 1 year None City West, Mt Gambier or Whyalla Not required Yes Yes Not required No Free* Foundation Studies - UniSA College Foundation Studies - Mt Gambier Foundation Studies - Whyalla *Foundation Studies students are not charged course fees but may be required to pay student amenities fees as determined by the Australian Government. 16

17 What will I learn? Foundation Studies builds the skills students need to study successfully at a tertiary level. In the first semester, all students undertake general courses to develop their tertiary learning, computing and academic literacy skills. In the second semester, students complete introductory courses related specifically to their future undergraduate degree. Students can specialise in any area of interest, but must ensure to include any prerequisites for their future degree in their Foundation Studies enrolment. What can it lead to? Who is it for? There are no formal qualifications required for entry into the Foundation Studies program. However, applicants must: Be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen Be at least 18 years of age before 1 February in the year of intended study for semester one entry, or before 1 July in the intended year of study for midyear entry Applicants who have previously studied at higher education level or completed a TAFE/VET award at Certificate IV or higher will not be considered for admission to this program. Foundation Studies completers have two options for further study. Students can apply for entry into a university degree or progress to a degree through a UniSA College diploma program. Option 1: A university degree Foundation Studies students receive a grade point average (GPA) out of 7, calculated by their average course results. On completion of the Foundation Studies program, students can use their GPA to apply for entry into a university degree. 1 Year Foundation Studies 1 st Year of Degree Option 2: A UniSA College diploma program Upon successful completion of Foundation Studies, students may also apply for entry into the second year of a diploma at UniSA College. This option provides students with additional support as they continue into an undergraduate degree. Students who successfully complete a UniSA College diploma program are guaranteed entry into the second year of a linked degree at the University of South Australia. 1 Year Foundation Studies 2 nd Year of Diploma Guaranteed entry 2 nd Year of Degree How to apply For application deadlines, or to apply, visit SATAC at satac.edu.au 17

18 Fees The Foundation Studies program is fee-free. However, students are required to pay student services and amenities fees. The diploma programs are Commonwealth supported under the HECS-HELP scheme (details below). HECS-HELP How does HECS-HELP work? Australian citizens and holders of permanent humanitarian visas can defer payment of their diploma fees, until they are earning a specified salary (see When do I have to pay it back below). If students choose to defer payment for the full amount of their student contribution, they will not be required to pay any course fees upfront. However, students may be required to pay student services and amenities fees. How do I apply for HECS-HELP? Applications for HECS-HELP are made as part of the enrolment process once a student is accepted into the program. How much will my program cost? The program cost is determined by the Australian Government and is calculated based on the courses undertaken as part of the program. As per the Australian Government guidelines, the student contribution amounts for 2014 are: Band Fields of study 1 EFTSL EFTSL Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Humanities, behavioural science, social studies, foreign languages, visual and performing arts, clinical psychology, nursing and education Computing, built environment, health, engineering, surveying, agriculture, mathematics, statistics, science Law, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science, accounting, administration, economics, commerce $6,044 $755 $8,613 $1,076 $10,085 $1,260 Note: These amounts are for 1 equivalent full time student load (EFTSL) in The student contribution amounts for 2015 will be advised by the Federal Government in October 2014, and these will be available to view via unisa.edu.au at that time. When do I have to pay it back? Repayments must be made when the student reaches a defined minimum income threshold. For the income year the minimum threshold is at approximately $51,309 per annum. Repayment is 4% of the student s taxable income for the minimum threshold and up to 8% of the student s taxable income for salaries above $95,288. Voluntary repayments can also be made. Student Services and Amenities Fees All university students may also be subject to Student Services and Amenities Fees (SSAF) as determined by the Australian Government. In 2014 these fees were capped at $281 per year. 18

19 UniSA Connect UniSA Connect engages with secondary schools and the community to inspire further study and educational attainment. Secondary school programs UniSA College utilises academic expertise to identify current and emerging Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) ideas to develop interactive experiential workshops. Scenario based problem solving is used as a key approach in the programs, with authentic learning links for secondary school students. STEM workshops are delivered at UniSA s Mawson Lakes campus utilising specialised equipment and facilities. The UniSA Connect secondary school programs also connect with careers. The Career Awareness Program is designed to give secondary students (years 10-12) the opportunity to explore career options and pathways. Bookings To book into a UniSA Connect workshop visit unisa.edu.au/unisa-connect Community programs UniSA College partners with many community centres and organisations to run programs for members of the public. Collaboration with community centre staff allows UniSA College to develop working relationships to encourage their clients to re-engage with education and to promote UniSA College Foundation Studies and diplomas. Targeted sessions provide information about enabling education and career opportunities. 19

20 Keep informed and stay in touch At UniSA we ve got all the tools to help you shape your career direction. Sign up to receive updates direct to your inbox. All tailored to your career interests. You ll be the first to receive: > > Invitations to career events and information sessions > > Exclusive work experience opportunities, such as visiting our graduates in their workplace > > An insight into life on campus from students and teachers > > The latest breaking careers and industry news Sign up now at unisa.edu.au/mycareer Contact us: Telephone (08) Facsimile (08) Follow us: youtube.com/unisouthaustralia The University of South Australia reserves the right to alter, amend or delete any program, fee, course, admission requirement, mode of delivery or other arrangement without prior notice. Information correct at time of printing (May 2014) CRICOS provider number 00121B In this brochure > > Diploma in Allied Health > > Diploma in Arts > > Diploma in Business > > Diploma in Science and Technology > > Foundation Studies Complete series of brochures Aboriginal Studies, Australian Studies and Australian History Accounting, Finance, Economics and Property Art, Architecture and Design Aviation Communication, International Studies and Languages Computer and Information Technology Construction Management and Economics Courses at Whyalla and Mount Gambier Education Engineering Environmental and Geospatial Sciences Health and Medical Sciences Law Management and HRM Marketing Psychology, Social Work and Human Services Science and Mathematics Tourism, Sport and Events Urban and Regional Planning UniSA College

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