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Sydney University weighs compulsory English courses for foreign students

The University of Sydney's prestigious business school may introduce compulsory language courses for foreign students with poor English skills after more than 400 students, mostly from China, failed a core unit of their masters degrees.

About 37 per cent of more than 1200 students studying the Critical Thinking in Business course at the business school failed the subject last semester and about 12 per cent of students in the Succeeding in Business course also failed.

Think design open day

The THINK Design faculty, combining the expertise of Billy Blue College of Design and CATC Design School are putting on a jam packed schedule of creative activities, students exhibitions, industry presentations, amazing giveaways and course and enrolment information about our flexible creative courses in: Graphic and Communication Design, Interior Design, Photo Imaging Branded, Fashion Digital Media.

Sydney - Australia’s safest city!

Sydney has been ranked the world’s sixth safest city, making it the safest city in the country, according to the Safe Cities Index 2015 report. 

The report is compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit and evaluates city safety and global ranking based on digital security, health security, infrastructure safety, and personal safety.

University Pathways

Students must successfully complete the full requirements of 4 passes (40%) and gain an IELTS score of 6.0, or English B grade minimum to qualify for the Certificate in Foundation Studies. To gain guaranteed entry to the degrees requires minimum aggregate marks and additional requirements as stipulated, in addition to completing the Certificate.

Unique Student Identifier

From 1 January 2015, it is a federal government requirement that every student will need a Unique Student Identifier (USI) to obtain their Statement of Attainment or qualification from their RTO when undertaking nationally recognised study and training in Australia. 
This unique number is required for any student who has already started a nationally recognised course in Australia, and will continue studying after 1 January 2015.

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