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Domestic edition in association with

Your pathway to

University of South Australia 2009

Adelaide


Contents Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 The SAIBT difference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Pathway to second year at UniSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 SAIBT diploma pathways 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Helping students achieve their goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Admission requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Academic calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Program fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Financial support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 How to apply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Application form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Navitas – Your World, Faster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

SAIBT at a glance • Proven pathway to second year at UniSA • University campus location • Small classes and individual attention • High levels of academic and personal support • Flexible start dates and study options • Advanced standing at other universities • Adult entry • Fully accredited and nationally recognised • No up-front fees • A second chance

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Welcome SAIBT is a modern educational institution providing high quality programs in an environment that encourages students to achieve excellence in their studies. Quality teaching, strong academic and welfare support services and outstanding facilities are central to SAIBT’s educational philosophy. All staff are fully qualified and certificate and diploma programs are taught by lecturers approved by the University of South Australia (UniSA). Message from the College Director Thank you for considering SAIBT as your pathway to a university degree. We offer a supportive and confidence building study environment that will prepare you very well for your future studies at UniSA. As a SAIBT student, you will be studying UniSA courses, taught by UniSA lecturers, on a UniSA campus. You will have the added benefits of personalised teaching, small classes and ongoing support from our skilled teachers and counsellors.

You will have the opportunity to make lifetime friendships with fellow students from Australia and around the world, and you will be able to enjoy the many advantages of our unique relationship with UniSA. I look forward to welcoming you to SAIBT, and to helping you achieve your study goals.

Shaun McNicholas College Director and Principal, SAIBT

Message from the Vice Chancellor and President UniSA is a modern, accessible, international and entrepreneurial institution. Our teaching and learning environment is shaped by student-engaged learning, integration of real world professional experience, and a set of Graduate Qualities. Our research is conducted in collaboration with business, government, the community, other education providers and the professions, across Australia and internationally. Professor Peter Høj Vice Chancellor and President, UniSA

Through our relationship with SAIBT we provide opportunities for students who might not otherwise be able to complete university studies. Our staff work closely with SAIBT staff to ensure that SAIBT

students receive the very best possible preparation for their studies at UniSA. SAIBT students traditionally perform very well when they make the transition to UniSA, and this is evidence of the success of both the SAIBT teaching and learning model, and the nature and quality of cooperation between SAIBT and UniSA. As a SAIBT student you will be welcomed as part of the wider UniSA community. You will study at our City East or City West campus and have full access to our library, computing and recreational facilities. I encourage you to consider SAIBT as your pathway to UniSA and I wish you every success in your future studies.

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The SAIBT difference

A great place to study Proven pathway to second year at UniSA SAIBT diplomas are the equivalent of first year at UniSA and prepare you for second year study at UniSA. This means that if admitted to your chosen degree at UniSA, you will be eligible for one year’s advanced standing, going straight into second year. Our very close relationship with the University means that you will be studying a UniSA curriculum, delivered by UniSA teaching staff.

University campus location SAIBT is located at UniSA’s City East campus at the corner of North Terrace and Frome Road, in Adelaide’s CBD. We also have classrooms at the City West campus of the University. As a SAIBT student you will have access to the full range of services and facilities available on both campuses including the library, cafeteria, 24 hour computer rooms and sporting and recreation facilities.

Small classes and individual attention Class sizes at SAIBT are small averaging only 22 – 25 students per class. This allows for more individual and personalised attention from teaching staff. To prepare you for university study, our teaching staff use a combination of teaching styles ranging from lectures and tutorials to workshops and seminars.

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Classes are taught in blocks of just over four hours, giving you more academic contact time and allowing you to fully develop your knowledge and understanding of each course.

High levels of academic and personal support Our academic staff will ensure you have access to any advice or support you need to succeed in your studies. We offer weekly ‘help-desk’ sessions to supplement classes, and a free Tertiary Skills Development Program to help with time management, note-taking and essay writing. SAIBT’s Student Counsellor also provides a confidential counselling service to assist you with any personal issues. SAIBT staff are committed to helping you achieve academic success.

Flexible start dates and study options SAIBT provides the flexibility of three intakes per year, with semesters commencing in February, June and October. Our three semester system means that you can begin when it is convenient for you. Our certificate and diploma programs normally require two semesters of full-time study, but many students choose to study part-time to balance with other commitments.

Advanced standing at other universities SAIBT students can take advantage of the articulation arrangements already negotiated with UniSA, but can also apply for admission with advanced standing to other Australian universities.

Adult entry If you are over 20, you can apply to SAIBT as an adult entry student. We’ll take into account relevant work experience and any other study you have completed since leaving school.

Fully accredited and nationally recognised SAIBT programs meet the rigorous accreditation standards required by government and are nationally recognised. All our programs are registered on the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Our certificate programs are registered with the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) and our diploma programs are accredited by the South Australian Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DEFEEST).

No up-front fees SAIBT diploma courses are FEE-HELP approved which means you won’t have to pay any up-front tuition fees before you begin studying.

A second chance Many of our students have just missed out on direct entry to university because their TER or STAT score was not high enough. SAIBT’s small classes and supportive learning environment provide a second chance at university. Our focus is on your ability and results when you leave, not when you start.

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Pathway to second year at UniSA Pathways to a university degree

University of South Australia

University level

Bachelor degree Year 3

Year 2

SAIBT

Pre-university level

Diploma

Year 12

Certificate IV

or equivalent

Year 11 or equivalent

Secondary school

Certificate IV in University Foundation Studies The SAIBT Certificate IV in University Foundation Studies is a university foundation program which provides the skills and discipline knowledge for students to successfully meet the challenges of undergraduate studies. The certificate will prepare you for further study in a SAIBT diploma or can be used as a basic qualification for employment. The Certificate IV takes two semesters, or eight months, of full time study to complete.

If you have completed year 12 studies or the equivalent work experience, but haven’t achieved the required score for direct entry to a diploma, it may be possible for you to fast track your studies. If you achieve average grades of 70% or more in the first semester of the Certificate IV, you can transfer directly to a SAIBT diploma without completing the remaining Certificate IV courses. The Certificate IV is suitable for students who: • Have completed Year 11 and would prefer to continue their studies in a different academic environment. • Don’t get a TER high enough for direct entry to the SAIBT diploma in year 12. • Are over 20 years old and have a history of relevant employment.

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Year 1

SAIBT Diplomas SAIBT offers diplomas in arts, business and technology (computer and information systems). Our diplomas are the equivalent of first year university and prepare you for study in second year. Each SAIBT diploma is made up of eight courses. A full time study load consists of four courses each semester over two semesters. Alternatively, you can study part time and spread the eight courses over multiple semesters. Please note that admission to UniSA is competitive, and while our graduates have a very good record of progression, completion of a SAIBT degree does not guarantee admission into the University.


SAIBT diploma pathways 2009 Diploma of Arts Education • Arts • Social Sciences University of South Australia degree

1 2

Credits granted1

Years at SAIBT start UniSA

UniSA start

Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Media Management)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Arts (Writing and Creative Communication)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Journalism

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Media Arts

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Public Relations

36

2

Feb/Jun

Mar

Credits Granted: A single course – 4.5 credits. One year of normal full time study – 36 credits. Double degrees are available across a range of UniSA programs. Contact SAIBT for further details.

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SAIBT diploma pathways 2009 (continued)

Diploma of Business Credits granted1

Business University of South Australia degree

Years at SAIBT start UniSA

UniSA start

Bachelor of Applied Finance

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Business Administration

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Business (International Business)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Business (Management of Information Technology)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Business (Property)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Management (Administrative Management)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Management (Human Resource Management)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Management (Marketing)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Diploma of Technology (Computer and Information Systems) Credits granted1

IT • Engineering • Environment University of South Australia degree

1 2

Years at SAIBT start UniSA

Bachelor of Information Systems

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Computer and Information Science

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Networking)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Logistics)

36

2

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Software Engineering

36

3

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Bachelor of Information Technology (Computing and Multimedia)

36

3

Feb/Jun/Oct

Mar/Jul

Credits Granted: A single course – 4.5 credits. One year of normal full time study – 36 credits. Double degrees are available across a range of UniSA programs. Contact SAIBT for further details.

SAIBT program credit information is updated regularly in accordance with UniSA. Visit www.saibt.sa.edu.au for updates.

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Helping students achieve their goals

Dauren Amirov, Kazakhstan Currently – Diploma of IT

Jack Lienert Currently – Diploma of Arts

SAIBT is a great choice of pathway to UniSA and the programs offered in SAIBT are the closest to UniSA’s.

After not getting into the course I wanted, I did a lot of searching for alternative pathways into university.

Friendly staff, modern facilities and a great variety of programs make SAIBT a really enjoyable place to study.

SAIBT’s close link with the UniSA meant that I was learning on a university campus in preparation for my chosen UniSA degree.

The teaching staff at SAIBT are the best I’ve ever known. Teachers are highly qualified and so friendly. They always offer you support in your study and you have more contact time than at university. A highlight of my time at SAIBT would have to be orientation week and my first lectures which were an unforgettable experience. I would recommend SAIBT to anyone who is looking for a really effective program and pathway to UniSA. The facilities and computer pools are the best I have ever used and the City East campus allows you to enjoy modern facilities as well as feel the history of Adelaide.

Being located on the same grounds that I will study on next year really gives me an advantage, I know where everything is and how to get around. It is really convenient.

Philippa Allen, Australia Graduated – Diploma of Arts 2007 Currently – First year UniSA Bachelor of Public Relations

When I finished school I got quite a good Year 12 result and was offered a place at a university. I studied there for about one and a half years but I left because I realised I had made the wrong choice. My brother had studied at SAIBT and he recommended it to me.

I would definitely recommend SAIBT to people looking for an alternative pathway to university. Come and join what is in my opinion the best pathway into university.

The small classes at SAIBT mean you get a lot of individual attention and are able to build a good relationship with your teachers. SAIBT is a great learning environment with lots of extra academic support such as the weekly help-desks.

Modern facilities, and enthusiastic lecturers will make your learning experience enjoyable and prepare you well for further study at university.

By choosing to get to university through SAIBT, I will end up with a diploma and a degree in the same time as other people only get a degree.

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Admission requirements Program

Minimum Requirements

Diploma

Satisfactory completion of Year 12 or equivalent work experience Adult entry applicants (over 20 years old) may need to provide evidence of relevant employment history

Certificate IV

Satisfactory completion of Year 11 or equivalent

Note: Students who have completed Year 12 but who do not achieve entry directly into the SAIBT Diploma will first enrol in the Certificate IV. If they achieve average grades of at least 70% in their first semester they may then transfer to the SAIBT Diploma.

SAIBT information sessions SAIBT information sessions are held regularly throughout the year and are a great opportunity to learn more about SAIBT’s certificate and diploma pathways. Information sessions are free, but places are limited so you are encouraged to register your attendance at www.saibt.sa.edu.au, or call 8302 1555.

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Academic calendar Year

Intake

Orientation starts

Classes start

Semester ends

2008

October

15 October

20 October

13 February 2009

2009

February

25 February

2 March

19 June

June

24 June

29 June

9 October

October

14 October

19 October

12 February 2010


Program fees Program

Fee per course

Fee per program

Certificate IV in University Foundation Studies

$930

$7440

Diploma of Arts

$1005

$8040

Diploma of Business

$1005

$8040

Diploma of Technology (Computer and Information Systems)

$1005

$8040

Note: These fees are for Australian citizens and permanent residents only. Different fees apply to holders of student visas and non-permanent residents. Please contact SAIBT for details. All fees are inclusive of any applicable GST.

Program fees include: • Tuition • Comprehensive orientation program • Academic and welfare counselling • Access to library, computing, sporting and social activities

Program fees do not include: • Books and stationery (allow $60 – $100 per course)

Financial support SAIBT diploma programs are FEE-HELP approved which means you don’t have to pay any up-front tuition fees. FEE-HELP is a loan from the Australian government to help students pay all or part of their tuition fees. A loan fee of 20% applies to FEE-HELP loans and you repay your loan through the tax system once your income

reaches a threshold hold amount. amountt. Full de details etails about FEE-HELP P are e availab available ble at www.goingtouni.gov.au, i.gov i.gov.au ov.au,, and d SAIBT ha has a FEE-HELP officer cerr to t advise se you. SAIBT programss also qualify qu for Commonwealth h gov ggovernment overn vernm ernment er nment ment pay payments pa yym m ments such as Austudyy and Allowance. an nd Youth Yo out u h Al A Allowanc lowa owance. ce. e

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How to apply Simply complete the attached application form and return to SAIBT. There are no application fees or cut off dates. If your application is successful, you’ll get a letter of offer from SAIBT, normally within 48 hours. You will then be ready to start on your pathway to university. Full details of the application process are on the SAIBT website, or you can visit SAIBT and speak to a member of our admissions team. Postal address for applications

Further information

Admissions Manager

Telephone (08) 8302 1555

South Australian Institute of Business and Technology

Facsimile

(08) 8302 1557

Completed all sections of the

Email

saibtadmissions@unisa.edu.au

application form

University of South Australia

Application checklist Check that you have:

Attached certified copies of your academic qualifications Included evidence of relevant employment history www.saibt.sa.edu.au

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GPO Box 2471 Adelaide SA 5001 Australia


Application form

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Australian students Please print in BLOCK LETTERS Personal details

Program selection Please indicate which program you are applying for:

Family name: Given names:

Pre-university level

Preferred name: Date of birth: Gender:

Certificate IV in University Foundation Studies /

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Male

(day/month/year)

Female

University level Diploma of Arts

Contact details

Diploma of Business

Address:

Diploma of Technology (Computer and Information Systems) SAIBT program commencement Postcode:

Home telephone:

Please indicate the year and semester in which you wish to begin your studies.

Mobile telephone:

Year:

Business telephone:

June

October

Request for disability support

E-mail: Country of birth: Nationality: Are you a citizen or permanent resident of Australia? Yes

February

If you have any disability which may affect your learning (eg. vision, health, mobility), you should provide early advice so that SAIBT and the University of South Australia may assist you. Please attach additional information on a separate sheet.

Other information

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).

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

Education details

Newspaper/Magazine

Secondary education – highest level achieved

UniSA Open Day Information Session/Seminar

Name of qualification (eg. SACE Stage 2, STAT test, other Year 12):

Internet Recommended by a friend/relative Is your friend/relative a SAIBT student?

School attended:

Yes

No

Recommended by an education agent

Completed:

Yes

No

Country/State:

Other

Please specify:

Tertiary and further education Declaration

Name of qualification:

Institution attended: Completed:

Yes

No

Please attach certified copies of all academic transcripts or mark sheets. Country/State:

I declare that the information I have supplied on this form is, to the best of my understanding and belief, complete and correct. I understand that the giving of false or incomplete information may lead to the refusal of my application or cancellation of enrolment. I give permission to obtain official records from any educational institution attended by me. I also authorise SAIBT to supply any relevant official records to educational institutions to which I am seeking admission and to government bodies. I understand that quoted fees may be subject to increase.

Employment history

Applicant’s signature:

If you believe you have relevant employment experience, please attach details.

____________________________________________________________

For more information SAIBT conditions of enrolment and fee refund policy can be viewed at www.saibt.sa.edu.au

Date:

/

/

(day/month/year)

If you are under 18 years of age, your parent or guardian must also sign this application form. Parent’s/Guardian’s signature: ____________________________________________________________

CRICOS PROVIDER CODES: SAIBT 02193C, UniSA 00121B

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