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2012

International Student Prospectus MELBOURNE

ADELAIDE

PERTH


Welcome

Cambridge International College (CIC) is one of Australia’s leading independent institutions with campuses in Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide. For close to two decades, CIC has educated and shaped the careers of thousands of students from more than 50 countries. In 2012, CIC continues with its pledge to students to provide quality education and student support services to support them to achieve their best. The essence of a quality education provider is the quality of the academic services, the enthusiasm, experience and qualifications of academic and support staff and the provider’s ability to respond to the needs and expectations of students, industry and business. CIC looks forward to continuing to meet these challenges in 2012, to providing quality courses and programs supported by committed, well qualified and experienced academic and support staff and substantial resources, facilities and equipment. The experienced and professional campus leadership and academic management teams, support and administrative staff all look forward to supporting students to achieve their higher education or vocational goals in 2012 and beyond.

Welcome to CIC!

Mission Statement

Table of contents Page Welcome

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English Activities

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7 great reasons to study at CIC

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Program Information

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Campus Locations

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Enrolment Form

Student Services and Support

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Testimonials

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Higher Education

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Vocational Programs

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Pathways

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English Programs

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7 great reasons to study at CIC Academic Staff We understand that great teachers equal a great education. This is why CIC seeks to employ committed, caring, qualified and experienced lecturers, instructors and teachers.

Facilities A great learning environment is supported by campus, IT and library resources.

Small class sizes A focus on restricting the student to teacher ratio supports individual student learning needs by ensuring that students receive the time and attention they need to develop knowledge, skills and confidence in their abilities.

A focus on meeting students’ expectations CIC regularly seeks and acts on feedback from students, staff and organisations to provide education services that are rewarding and valuable and which meet students’ expectations

Support Staff Our team of customer service, administrative and welfare staff offer a range of support services to students in a welcoming, friendly and efficient manner.

Choice in course commencement Our degree programs are offered 3 times a year, vocational programs 5 times a year, and our English programs welcome new students 51 weeks of the year.

Options for further study Internal and external pathways for our English, vocational and higher education programs provide our students with reliable and valid means of transitioning from one level or field of study to the next.

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Campus Locations - Melbourne Adelaide Perth Melbourne Melbourne is a world class city with a diverse and vibrant culture and an appreciation of the value of education. There is always something interesting on offer in Melbourne. Enjoy the superb entertainment, sporting events, shopping, international cuisine, cultural events and festivals held throughout the year. With many small intriguing laneways to explore, beautiful parks and beaches to relax by and friendly atmosphere, Melbourne attracts students from all over the world. Offering safe and affordable living, it is no wonder that Melbourne is constantly voted one of the world’s most liveable cities.

Adelaide Adelaide boasts easy access to great beaches, parks and state forests. The famous Barossa, McLaren Vale, Coonawarra and Clare Valley winery regions are nearby. The regions include some of Australia’s best wineries. For over 170 years, Adelaide has earned a reputation as Australia’s Learning City for students from all over the world, producing over 100 Rhodes Scholars and three Nobel Laureates. The city’s festive spirit offers a diverse range of events throughout the year including world class music festivals, art, film and food festivals, all celebrating Australian multiculturalism. Enjoy the festival spirit whilst living in a city comparably less expensive than other Australian cities.

Perth Whether it is the relaxed easy going lifestyle, or the exciting adventures that studying in Australia is renowned for, Perth has it all! With its beautiful beaches and stunning waterways, Perth is a great option for international students. The world famous Kings Park and Botanic Garden is visited by over 6 million people each year. The city boasts a great outdoor lifestyle, convenient free public transport within the city and accessible cafes, restaurants and clubs. Due to its fantastic weather, with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, Perth is a popular study destination for students from all over the world. When choosing Perth as a study destination, students can achieve the perfect balance of achieving their education goals and experiencing a great lifestyle.

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Student Services and Support Student Welfare Team The Student Welfare Team comprises professional and friendly staff qualified to assist students in a broad range of areas, including counselling. The service is free and confidential.

English Language Support A comprehensive portfolio of English language courses including Business and Academic English are offered by the CIC English language centre. Students seeking support with English language comprehension will benefit from the English language support offered by CIC.

Study Skills Sessions Students are encouraged to take advantage of the Study Skills Sessions offered at CIC. Typical skills targeted include academic and report writing, computer literacy and time management skills. The aim of the study skills sessions is to support students to achieve successful course outcomes as well as preparing students for further study.

Student & Administrative Services CIC employs friendly and interested staff to provide customer and administrative services to students. The aim of CIC staff is to promptly and effectively attend to student’s requests for access to services or information.

Job Assistance Students who are seeking to prepare for employment can take advantage of the job assist sessions. In these sessions, students learn how to prepare and write a resume and cover letter, prepare and present at interviews and present a professional attitude in the workplace. The job assistance program is open to all students and is a free service.

Student Council The Student Council is a committee of CIC students whose role is to represent the voice of the CIC student body. The Student Council regularly meet with management on student issues and ideas for improvement of the student experience. The Student Council seek to engage all CIC students by planning and organising social activities and student events focussing on celebrations of cultural diversity.

IT & Library Services Students have access to library services and computer facilities, internet, and email in labs and self-access areas.

Student Lounge Student lounges are provided for a place to relax or study with friends.

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Testimonials

Dharamjit Kaur Malaysia Bachelor of Business (Accounting) In terms of quality of education, Cambridge International College is up there with the best. The lecturers, while being remarkably approachable and competent, are also genuinely interested in the welfare of the students. The learning process is anything but mundane. With a heavy emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving skills, students are intellectually stimulated at all times. This coupled with engaging classroom activities and discussions make learning in Cambridge an enjoyable and memorable experience.

Anna Kazmierska Poland Diploma of Marketing My name is Anna and I am from Poland. I have been studying Marketing at Cambridge International College since June. I find the course extremely interesting and diverse. We have lots of hands on activities which is quite different to what I am used to. The teachers are very friendly, motivating and helpful. My classmates come from different countries all over the world and that gives me a great opportunity to get to know the cultures and mentality of people from varied cultural backgrounds. It has been a really fun and unforgettable experience. I have made the right decision choosing studies in Australia at CIC. Thank you to all the awesome people in CIC for your support!

Yang Liu China Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology The Automotive workshop that we use at CIC is very well equipped. It simulates a real Automotive workshop and there is a good combination of theory and hands-on practice. The best part is that we get the chance to work on well known brand cars such as Toyota and Ford. All the CIC trainers are very experienced, many of them are local mechanics with several years of experience in this industry.

Andrea Gibilisco Italy English I am very happy to have taken part in one of the many English courses that CIC offers. CIC’s courses are great for any International student whether you want to improve your English to find a job or just want to learn English for fun. CIC also offers free English Extra classes for pronunciation, grammar, vocabular, speaking etc. to help you perfect your English skills. The school also gives students the opportunity to discover the most beautiful places in and around the city through many fun activities, whilst making new friends from around the world and practicing English together!

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Higher Education Higher Education at CIC The higher education accredited Diploma of Business and Bachelor of Business programs offered at CIC aim to: • Provide a critically reflective theoretical and experiential learning context • Integrate theory and practice in a dynamic learning environment • Provide support to cultivate personal and professional development As well as providing students with targeted learning opportunities, encouragement and quality teaching, CIC Higher Education programs are supported by a range of academic and personal support services.

Diploma of Business The higher education accredited Diploma of Business prepares students for employment or further study. The diploma includes 8 business units introducing essential business knowledge areas of management, accounting, economics, commercial law, marketing, business information technology, communications and statistics. Increasing the employability prospects of graduates is the inclusion of a careers preparedness unit. This unit is undertaken in the second half of the course. The unit aims to provide students with the confidence and ability to identify opportunities for employment and approach prospective employers.

Course Structure Semester 1 units

Semester 2 units

DBAC101 Accounting Fundamentals

DBAC201 Quantitative Methods

DBAC102 Information Technology

DBAL201 Commercial Law

DBMM101 Management Fundamentals

DBAC202 Fundamentals of Economics

DBMM102 Business Communications

DBMK201 Marketing Fundamentals

DBMM201 Careers Skills & Preparedness

DBMM201 Careers Skills & Preparedness

Course Delivery The program is scheduled over two 12-week teaching semesters. The study mode is full time.

Career Opportunities Completion of this qualification will prepare students to enter a range of positions within the private and public sectors where solid business knowledge is highly valued. Types of positions include; administrative and marketing officers, accounts or book keeping officers.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 12 or equivalent English - IELTS 6.0 or equivalent Alternative entry may be considered upon application.

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Higher Education Bachelor of Business (Accounting) The Bachelor of Business (Accounting) has CPA accreditation and IPA membership and incorporates the Core Body of Knowledge in Business that is recommended by Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA), National Institute of Accountants (NIA), Australian Institute of Management (AIM), Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) and the Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMSRS).

Career Opportunities Graduates will be well placed to begin a career in a variety of accounting based roles. Because of the strong Management Accountant units in this degree, future corporate senior management positions may be possible.

Bachelor of Business (Management) The Bachelor of Business (Management) equips graduates with the skills and knowledge to work in middle management roles in a variety of public and private industries. This program will develop business and leadership skills and give students the ability to manage people successfully. The course also ensures that students have the opportunity to build essential knowledge including finance and marketing principles, business law and sound management skills.

Career Opportunities Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Business (Management) students will have gained the skills and knowledge to work in a middle management role.

Bachelor of Business (Marketing) The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) aims to produce graduates who have a thorough knowledge of business and marketing principles and practices. Students will gain the skills and knowledge to identify marketing opportunities, generate new ideas, undertake market research and analysis, and confidently apply their knowledge and skills in marketing positions within domestic Australian or Internationally focused organisations.

Career Opportunities Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) students will have gained the skills and knowledge to work in a marketing and/or business orientated role within internationally or domestically focused organisations.

Course Delivery The Bachelor of Business courses are delivered over six 12-week Semesters. The study mode is full-time and consists of 16 contact hours per week.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 12 or equivalent English - IELTS 6.0 or equivalent

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Vocational Programs - Marketing BSB41307 Certificate IV in Marketing The Certificate IV in Marketing will provide students with marketing skills and knowledge and develop their ability to apply these skills and their knowledge across a variety of marketing contexts. Students will develop their ability to analyse and evaluate information, undertake market and product research, foster client relationships and professional networks and prepare professional marketing documents, plans and presentations.

BSB51207 Diploma of Marketing The Diploma of Marketing will show students how to interpret market trends, manage marketing budgets, plan market research and identify and evaluate marketing opportunities. In addition to enhancing their marketing knowledge base, students will be provided with the tools to develop and apply managerial skills.

Course Delivery The Certificate IV and the Diploma are both delivered over 2 terms. The study mode is full time (20 hours per week).

Career Opportunities Completion of the certificate IV will prepare students to undertake job roles such as marketing officer, marketing research officer or public relations officer. Completion of the diploma will provide students with the skills and knowledge to undertake job roles such as marketing team leader or marketing manager, product or public relations manager.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 11 or equivalent English - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

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Management and Business BSB51107 Diploma of Management The Diploma of Management focuses on building communication, leadership and planning skills which are fundamental in all managerial positions. Trainees will develop a broad range of skills such as managing set tasks, people, budgets and financial plans.

Course Delivery The Diploma of Management is delivered over three 10 week terms, with a 2 week break between each term.

Career Opportunities Upon completion of the Diploma of Management, students will obtain managerial skills to work at a more senior level in customer service roles in a variety of industries.

BSB50207 Diploma of Business The Diploma of Business is a practical course focusing on a wide range of operational business skills which are necessary in any business setting. Students will develop skills and knowledge in administration, human resources, information technology, marketing and advertising.

Course Delivery The Diploma of Business is delivered over two 10-week terms with a 2-week break between each term. The study mode is full time (20 hours) per week.

Career Opportunities Graduates of the Diploma of Business will obtain practical skills and knowledge in business operations which may lead to job roles such as administrator, office manager, project officer, personal assistant or executive officer in a variety of industries.

Diploma of Management & Business Students wishing to complete the two qualifications may be able to complete them within a shorter timeframe via credit transfer arrangements. Students who complete the Diploma of Management or Diploma of Business may be able to complete both qualifications and qualify for both awards within 12 months. Contact the College for more information.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 11 or equivalent English - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

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Automotive AUR30405 Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (light vehicle) Undertaking this qualification will provide students with the skills and knowledge required to repair and maintain mechanical systems and components of motor vehicles weighing up to 4.5 tons.

AUR40208 Certificate IV in Automotive Technology Students will be prepared to perform advanced diagnostic and repair operations in an automotive retail, service or repair environment upon completion of this qualification.

Course Delivery Certificate III is delivered over 5 terms and Certificate IV is delivered over a further 3 terms. The study mode is full time (20 hours per week).

Career Opportunities The certificate III prepares students to enter the automotive industry and in particular to perform servicing and repairs on light vehicles. Possible employment outcomes upon completion of the certificate IV include vehicle service or repair manager or advanced vehicle technician.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 11 or equivalent English - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

Digital Media

CUF50207 Diploma of Interactive Digital Media Students will develop a variety of digital media skills including how to create 3D digital and web environments, use interactive authoring tools, design games and respond to design briefs.

Course Delivery The qualification is delivered over 4 terms. The study mode is full time (20 hours per week).

Career Opportunities Completion of the diploma will provide students with the skills and knowledge to undertake job roles such as animation or visual effects designer or interactive media developer.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 11 or equivalent English - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

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Hospitality SIT30807 Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) This qualification provides students with the skills and knowledge to work in a variety of hospitality settings. Students are given instruction in, and practise a variety of culinary techniques used in local and world cuisines.

SIT50307 Diploma of Hospitality The diploma focuses on building communication, leadership, and planning skills relevant to the hospitality industry. The course will prepare students to undertake managerial roles in hospitality enterprises including restaurants, hotels, clubs and cafes.

Course Delivery The certificate III is delivered over 5 terms and the diploma is delivered over a further 3 terms. Both qualifications have a compulsory work placement which is undertaken at Pan Pacific Hotel under the supervision of CIC trainers. The study mode is full time (20 hours per week).

Career Opportunities Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to seek employment as a qualified cook. Upon completion of the diploma, students will be able to seek entry into managerial roles in a small hospitality setting or in a department of a larger hospitality venture.

Entry Requirements Academic - completion of year 11 or equivalent English - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

Aged Care

CHC30208 Certificate III in Aged Care Undertaking this qualification will provide students with the skills and knowledge to provide personal care services to people living in an aged care setting.

CHC40108 Certificate IV in Aged Care In undertaking this qualification, students will be encouraged to further develop their ability to provide services to older people including assisting with activities designed to encourage independence and community participation.

Course Delivery The certificate III is delivered over 2 terms with an additional 4-week work placement requirement. The certificate IV is delivered over 3 terms with a 2-week work placement requirement. The study mode is full time (20 hours per week).

Career Opportunities Completion of the qualifications will prepare students to undertake a variety of support roles including accommodation support officer, personal care assistant or community support worker. Completion of the certificate IV will also prepare students to undertake co-ordination or supervisory duties.

Entry Requirements Academic - Certificate III - completion of year 11 or equivalent Certificate IV - CHCAC318B, CHCAC319A, CHCCS411B, CHCICS303A,CHCPA301B & HLTAP301B

English - IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

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Pathways At CIC, students are offered a wide range of options for further study. On completion of CIC’s vocational courses, students are eligible to build upon their qualification by entering into CIC’s Bachelor courses. Students also have the option to continue their studies in other leading universities, such as CQUniversity Australia and Edith Cowan University. Enhance your study experience with the flexibility and choice of CIC’s pathway programs.

Cambridge International College Pathways

Eniko Nagy Hungary Bachelor of Business (Accounting) When I first came to Melbourne to study English at CIC, I could hardly speak any English. One year later, I’m now studying the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) course in Cambridge. I can’t believe the progress I’ve made. The course is amazing. I got to know a lot of people from different countries, and the activities in the classes taught us how to work in groups. My teachers are fantastic and they are always happy to help me with my studies whenever I need help. Besides that they are also really supportive and patient, and I’m happy that they understand English is not my first language. The quality of the lectures are excellent too. Our teachers know how to combine studying with a great and fun teaching environment and that makes the studies much more enjoyable. I am very glad I made the decision to come to Australia and study at Cambridge International College!

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Pathways CQUniversity Australia Pathways

Edith Cowan University Pathways

English Pathways Students who complete the Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English are eligible to enter directly into the Vocational and Higher Education programs at Cambridge International College and partner providers.

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English Programs CIC has an excellent reputation for offering an extensive range of high quality English language courses to students from over 40 different countries. Designed to suit students with a variety of study requirements, English language instruction is offered from Elementary through to the Advanced levels. Course Delivery All courses are offered on a full-time basis of 20 hours per week. In addition, up to 5 hours of scheduled free EXTRA classes are offered. These EXTRA classes comprise hour long sessions in areas such as Pronunciation, Grammar, Listening and Discussion.

Real Life Settings - Excursions Every 5 weeks students enjoy excursions to interesting city destinations and attractions. Teachers prepare out-of-class learning activities so that students develop a greater level of confidence through practising their English skills in real life settings.

Progress Testing At the end of each 5-week study block students are progress tested and are required to attend an interview with their teacher to discuss how to further develop their strengths and improve any weaker areas.

Teaching Staff Fully qualified, experienced, enthusiastic and dedicated, CIC’s teachers deliver well prepared and stimulating lessons at all levels. All teachers have a Bachelor level qualification and a recognised TESOL qualification.

Entry to the English Programs All English programs except the General English program require evidence of a sufficient level of English proficiency for entry into the program. General English students are tested for proficiency in the broad skill areas of Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing and Grammar during Orientation and are placed in the appropriate level. A test may be taken prior to arrival however students are re-tested upon arrival to confirm their English language level.

FREE English EXTRAS In addition to classes, students can participate in CIC’s FREE English Extras. These small workshops focus on different areas of English, such as pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, listening and more and provide students with a great opportunity to improve their English quickly and effectively.

Semester 1 units Options Class Timetable Morning

Monday - Friday

9:00am to 1:15pm (+ afternoon extras)

Afternoon

Monday - Friday

1:30pm to 5:45pm (+ morning extras)

Evening

Monday - Friday

6:00pm to 10:15pm (+ afternoon extras) Contact CIC to confirm class timetables for specific programs.

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English Programs General English With its communicative approach, the General English program teaches students to use English in a wide range of social situations and day to day contexts. Covering all levels from Elementary through to Advanced, the course focuses on the core language skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.

Academic English The Academic English course is designed for those students preparing to enter VET or Bachelor level programs including CIC’s own Bachelor programs. Students focus on academic skills such as essay writing, delivering oral presentations, reading and note-taking from academic texts, listening and note-taking from lectures, developing critical thinking and research skills, and group work.

Business English The Business English program is ideal for students wishing to gain knowledge, vocabulary and skills specific to a business environment. Students develop the skills to conduct meetings, write formal reports, and give presentations in a business context.

IELTS Preparation The IELTS test is globally recognised, and is often the key to gaining entry to tertiary institutions. Specifically designed to optimise a candidate’s IELTS exam results, the IELTS preparation course is offered at Upper Intermediate and Advanced level. The course targets specific skill development across all of the required areas and focuses strongly on test practice. Students are challenged to develop their skills to the highest possible levels.

Cambridge Exam Preparation CIC offers intensive classes to prepare students for the FCE & CAE, awards at Upper Intermediate and Advanced levels respectively, under the Common European Framework of Reference. The 10 to 12 week courses focus on preparing students in the key areas of the exams: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and Language Skills. Classes are small, and practice exam papers form a key part of these programs.

Cambridge Exam Preparation (Computer-Based) CIC Perth is an officially recognised testing centre for computer-based Cambridge Exams (FCE, CAE & PET). To prepare students for the computer-based FCE exam CIC offers computer-based FCE exam preparation courses. The course is very similar to the FCE preparation course for the paper-based exam, but includes plenty of digital test practice.

Certificate IV in TESOL Successful completion of this program leads to a nationally recognised qualification in Teaching English as a Second Language. Suitable for anyone wishing to teach ESL to adults in Australia or overseas, the program focuses on the latest communicative teaching methods and planning and delivery of effective lessons. The program includes theory, practical teaching experience and TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test) preparation.

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English Activities Student Activities The CIC activities program offers students a range of on-campus and off-campus activities. Make friends from around the world and discover more about Australia!

On-Campus Activities Conversation Club Practise English in an informal and fun atmosphere with Australians and other students from around the world.

Movie Club A great way to get together with your class mates and improve your listening and reading skills whilst watching the latest blockbusters.

Sport Play cricket, basketball, soccer and other outdoor sports, as well as pool and table tennis in CIC’s student lounge.

Off-Campus Activities Melbourne The Great Ocean Road Travel along one of the world’s most scenic roads and discover the breathtaking coastline of Victoria. See the famous Twelve Apostles, the Otways Rainforest and learn how to surf at Bells Beach.

Wilsons Promontory Relax by the beach, go swimming or hike to the top of Mount Oberon and enjoy amazing views of the coastline at Wilsons Promontory. You may even see some wombats, koalas and other Australian animals in the wild!

Phillip Island and Penguin Parade See the world famous little penguins and hand feed a kangaroo and at this popular destination in Victoria. Take a walk by the beach or explore the beautiful seaside town Cowes.

Off-Campus Activities Perth Swan River Cruise Students see all the sights from Perth to Fremantle during a relaxing afternoon on the river including millionaire mansions, lots of yachts, and sometimes even dolphins!

Caversham Wildlife Park Excursions to Caversham Wildlife Park allow students to get up close and learn more about Australian animals. Come touch a koala, hold a wombat and feed the kangaroos at this popular zoo in Perth.

Kings Park Barbecue Enjoy an Australian barbecue with your class mates and teachers whilst taking in the spectacular views of the city and river from Perth’s number one park.

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Program Information Campus Location

Commencement

Course Fee - AUD

Materials Fee - AUD

Diploma of Business

Melbourne

19 March, 16 July, 19 November

$13,000

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Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Management) (Marketing)

Melbourne

19 March, 16 July, 19 November

Melbourne

23 January, 25 June

$3,300

$150

Perth

23 January, 9 April, 25 June, 10 September

$4,000

$150

Melbourne

30 January, 2 July

$3,300

$150

Perth

30 January, 9 April, 25 June, 10 September

$4,000

$150

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology

Melbourne

13 February, 23 April, 2 July, 10 September, 19 November

$12,000

$350

Certificate IV Automotive Mechanical Technology

Melbourne

13 February, 23 April, 2 July, 10 September, 19 November

$4,500

$150

Diploma of Management

Melbourne

13 February, 30 April, 23 July, 15 October

$4,725

$150

Adelaide

23 January, 30 April, 23 July, 15 October

$4,725

$150

Melbourne

15 October

$3,150

$150

Perth

25 June, 10 September

$3,150

$150

Diploma of Management (followed by the) Diploma of Business

Melbourne

13 February, 30 April, 23 July, 15 October

$6,300

$150

Certificate III in Aged Care

Melbourne

30 January, 9 April, 2 July, 17 September

$4,725

$250

Certificate IV in Aged Care

Melbourne

17 September

$7,875

$250

Diploma of Interactive Digital Media

Melbourne

13 February, 23 April, 2 July, 10 September, 19 November

$8,000

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Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery)

Perth

13 February, 23 April, 2 July, 10 September, 19 November

$12,500

$1,000

Diploma of Hospitality

Perth

13 February, 23 April, 2 July, 10 September, 19 November

$7,500

$250

Diploma of Hospitality (direct entry)

Perth

13 February, 23 April, 2 July, 10 September, 19 November

$15,300

$1,000

Course Higher Education

$13,000 (per year)

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Vocational Programs Certificate IV in Marketing

Diploma of Marketing

Diploma of Business

English Programs General and Academic English Business English IELTS Exam Preparation Cambridge Exam Preparation Certificate IV in TESOL

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Enrolment Application Personal Details Family Name

Given Name/s

(As per passport)

Date of Birth

/ (day)

/ (month)

Sex - Male

Female

Nationality

Country of Birth

(year)

Contact Details What is your address in your home country?

Telephone (include country code)

What is your address or intended address (if known) in Australia? Email

Mobile

Provide details of the person the College could contact if there was an emergency: Name

Relationship

Mobile/Telephone

Other Details Are you currently in Australia? No

Yes

If Yes, what is your passport number?

What type of visa will you be holding when you commence your studies? Student

Working

Holiday

Tourist

Other

If you will be applying / extending your student visa, at which DIAC office or embassy will you apply / extend the student visa? Student visa applicants: Do you have Overseas Student Health Cover? Yes Details of OSHC: Single

OR Family

, I will arrange my own OSHC OR No

No

OR More than one dependant

One dependant (spouse or child)

, please arrange OSHC for me.

(please select one of the options below)

Spouse & child / children

Children only

Educational Qualifications Highest qualification achieved Specify country

Where was this qualification achieved? Australia

Overseas

Additional qualifications - specify here OR Other, specify

What is your English language level? e.g. IELTS

Students applying to enrol into a course at the Melbourne campus: If you will be aged 24 or below on the course commencement date, please provide your Victorian Student Number OR

I am new to the Victorian Education system. I have never attended a Victorian school, TAFE or other training provider.

OR

I have studied at a Victorian education provider before but I do not know my Victorian Student Number.

English Courses - I wish to apply for the following course at the following campus: Perth (CRICOS No. 01459A, RTO: No. 2325)

Melbourne (CRICOS No. 01718J, RTO: No. 4566) Adelaide (CRICOS No. 02779K, RTO No. 4566) General English Business English Academic English IELTS Exam Preparation

General English IELTS Exam Preparation

Cambridge Exam Preparation (FCE) Cambridge Exam Preparation (CAE) Certificate IV in TESOL

Cambridge Exam Preparation (FCE) Cambridge Exam Preparation (FCE) (preparation for computer-based exam) Cambridge Exam Preparation (CAE)

Course Start Dates General English Business English Academic English IELTS Exam Preparation IELTS Exam Preparation (part-time evening)

January 3, February 6, March 12, April 16, May 21, June 25, July 30, September 3, October 8, November 12 OR start on any Monday

Certificate IV IN TESOL

February 27, May 7, July 16, September 24

I wish to commence my enrolment on www.cambridgecollege.com.au

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Cambridge Exams Preparation (paper based)

January 3, June 11, March 19, September 10

Cambridge Exams Preparation (computer based)

January 3, January 23, March 19, May 7, June 11, September 10, October 29

I wish to study for

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Higher Education and Vocational Courses I wish to apply for the following course at the following campus:

Melbourne

(CRICOS No. 01718J, RTO: No. 4566)

Adelaide

Perth

(CRICOS No. 02779K, RTO: No. 4566)

(CRICOS No. 01459A, RTO: No. 2325)

Higher Education Programs

2012 Course commencement (see program information for dates)

Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Diploma of Business

Semester I Semester II Semester III (Summer)

Vocational Courses

2012 Course commencement (see program information for dates)

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology Certificate IV in Automotive Technology

Term I Term II Term III Term IV Term V

Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Certificate III & Diploma Hospitality Diploma Hospitality (direct entry)

Term I Term II Term III Term IV Term V

Diploma of Interactive Digital Media

Term I Term II Term III Term IV Term V

Diploma of Management

Term I Term II Term III Term IV Term V

Diploma of Business Diploma of Management & Diploma of Business

Term IV (Melbourne) Term III & IV (Perth) Term I Term II Term III Term IV Term V

Certificate III Aged Care Certificate IV in Aged Care

Term I Term II Term III Term IV Term V

Certificate IV in Marketing Diploma of Marketing

Term I Term III (Melbourne) Term I Term II Term III Term IV (Perth)

I wish to commence my enrolment in term/on: Homestay & Airport Meeting I wish to request homestay accommodation and/or airport meeting Homestay:

Melbourne

Perth for

weeks

Airport Meeting:

Documents attached to this application

Academic Transcripts

Passport Copy

Melbourne

Perth

I IELTS Certificate or equivalent proof of English

Applications Email: admissions@cambridgecollege.com.au Fax: +61 3 9663 4922 CIC will contact you with the details of the enrolment process upon receipt of this application. You may need to provide CIC with further details or documents.

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Friend/Family

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Date:

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(where the applicant is under 18 years of age)

Representative/Agent Stamp

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Melbourne (Head Office) 422 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000 Tel: +61 3 9663 4933 Fax: +61 3 9663 4922 CRICOS No. 01718J RTO No. 4566

Adelaide 22-26 Peel Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 5000 Tel: +61 8 8212 4990 Fax: +61 8 8231 3156 CRICOS No. 02779K RTO No. 4566

Perth 297 Hay Street, East Perth, Western Australia, Australia 6004 Tel: +61 8 9221 9990 Fax: +61 8 9221 9993 CRICOS No. 01459A RTO No. 2325

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Cambridge International College is the trading name of Cambridge International College (VIC) P/L ABN: 29076527529 and Cambridge International College (WA) P/L ABN: 12068849927 2012 ISP Version 1, created December 2011. Disclaimer: All information within this brochure is correct at time of printing.


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