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09 Pathways from TAFE to UniSA


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Anton Heintze
UniSA Bachelor of Engineering
(Mechanical and Advanced
Manufacturing)
TAFE Advanced Diploma of
Engineering (Mechanical)

Anton Heintze always wanted to follow a


career in mechanical engineering. He just
wasn’t sure which study option to take.

‘When I finished secondary school, I couldn’t


decide whether to go straight to uni or to do a
trade apprentice,’ he says. ‘Even after starting
my apprenticeship I was still unsure as to
whether I had made the right decision.’

Anton chose to study an Advanced Diploma


of Engineering (Mechanical) at TAFE followed
by a Certificate III which he completed while
working at Defence Science and Technology
Organisation (DSTO).

Despite TAFE providing Anton with a strong


understanding of the fundamental principles
of engineering, he was keen to broaden
his skill set and study at university. DSTO
supported Anton’s desire to study and he was
encouraged to study a Bachelor of Engineering
(Mechanical and Advanced Manufacturing).

‘The engineering degree was a logical


transition from the TAFE diploma and is also
directly applicable to my current work role.
Despite the uni course being typically tougher
and more in depth than TAFE, I really enjoy the
challenging aspects of the course and find that
I have achieved high grades as a result of hard
work. It’s extremely rewarding,’ he says.

Anton was pleased with the credit he received


for his TAFE studies and would recommend
this pathway into university.

‘I would never discourage anybody from


following this pathway. UniSA offered a great
transition from the TAFE Diploma, particularly
the credit recognition of prior studies. I
was granted the first two years off my uni
program. Plus, gaining experience at TAFE
prior to going to uni was invaluable. I already
had the knowledge to transform theoretical
problems into real-life practical situations,’ he
adds.

‘Turn the clock forward and now I am studying


the degree I originally considered, plus I have
a huge amount of TAFE, work experience
and life skills behind me. I have absolutely
no regrets about my career path or future
aspirations.’
Welcome 

UniSA is the largest provider of TAFE transfer options in the State, receiving two-thirds of the
State’s commencing students who are admitted on the basis of their TAFE study.
UniSA has worked with TAFE for over twenty years, establishing extensive transfer and
pathway arrangements to enable TAFE students to pursue further tertiary study with us.
Most of our programs are offered on a part-time basis and many of our courses are offered
off-campus or online. Each of our campuses is equipped with the latest technology, with
updated IT facilities and wireless networking available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
UniSA is continually strengthening our proven ability to provide teaching and learning
experiences that develop graduates not only with the right skills, but the right attitude to
apply their knowledge in the world, both ethically and professionally.
Studying at UniSA also means you are tapping into a vast professional network through
our links with business, government, community and the professions. Whether you’re
studying to advance your career, or start a new one, the knowledge of our academics and
the practical experience you can gain in our programs can make all the difference to the way
you see your future.
We look forward to you becoming a proud member of our university community.

Professor Peter Høj


Vice Chancellor and President
University of South Australia

Almost 1800 TAFE SA graduates apply to continue their studies at universities in South
Australia each year, and the majority of these students apply to attend the University of
South Australia in disciplines as diverse as nursing, architecture, accounting and engineering.
The high proportion of TAFE SA graduates choosing the University of South Australia
is testament to how Pathways from TAFE SA to UniSA helps students understand the
requirements and process of applying for credit for prior learning.
This cooperative endeavour, between two of South Australia’s leading learning institutions,
helps to build the State’s skill base and, at the individual level, students are able to boost
their career opportunities.
I wholeheartedly support Pathways from TAFE SA to UniSA and encourage TAFE SA
graduates to explore opportunities to advance their skills with further studies.

Raymond Garrand
Chief Executive
Department of Further Education,
Employment, Science and Technology

The Division of Business is UniSA is a proud member of the


accredited by the European Quality Australian Technology Network
Improvement System (EQUIS). (ATN), an influential alliance of five
distinctive and prominent Australian
universities.

Study at
UniSA

UniSA is the largest university in South UniSA has more credit transfer and
Australia with almost 34,000 students, pathways arrangements with TAFE
Credit including approximately 9,900 from institutes than other South Australian
international locations. We offer more universities.
Assessor professional education courses than A Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced
any university in the state and we are Diploma from TAFE or other registered
a national leader in collaborative and training providers is accepted for entry
career relevant research.
unisa.edu.au/future/tafe into many UniSA programs. If you
UniSA’s four key strengths lie in our four receive a place in a program on this
academic divisions: Business; Education, basis, you’ll be able to obtain credit for
Arts and Social Sciences; Health your previous study. You can also apply
With UniSA’s Credit Assessor you
Sciences; and Information Technology, for additional credit, up to a specified
can instantly assess how much credit
Engineering and the Environment. These maximum, for completed TAFE subjects
you can obtain for your prior study.
divisions, and the many schools within that are relevant to your UniSA program.
Print off your credit application them, prepare students to compete
form and present it at any Campus internationally in knowledge-based
Central once you have become a industries by teaching them to combine
UniSA student. their studies with the ability to think
independently and creatively.

Maximum and minimum credit for UniSA programs

TAFE Award UniSA Associate UniSA Degree UniSA Degree


Degree 2 Years 3 Years 4 Years
(72 units) (108 units) (144 units)

Advanced Diploma* 36 units max 54 units max 54 units max


13.5 units min 13.5 units min 13.5 units min

Associate Degree* 36 units max 72 units max 72 units max


13.5 units min 13.5 units min 13.5 units min

Diploma* 18 units max 36 units max 36 units max


9 units min 9 units min 9 units min

Certificate IV* 9 units max 9 units max 9 units max


4.5 units min 4.5 units min 4.5 units min

* Certain professional programs may be unable to award the minimum credit stated above,
due to registration and/or professional restrictions.


Use TAFE to finish your How to apply


degree faster Apply online to SATAC (South Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Studying at TAFE is one of the easiest Tertiary Admissions Centre) by June for Islander applicants
and most successful pathways towards a midyear entry. For entry the following If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
university degree. Even if you left school year, apply by the end of September or person applying to study at UniSA, you may
at year 10 level, your TAFE qualification the beginning of December for equal also qualify through special entry provisions.
may be all you need to gain entry to consideration. Processing and late fees UniSA conducts programs to assist with
UniSA. may apply. preparation for university studies.
All the programs listed in this Make sure that you tick the scholarships box For further information contact Indigenous
publication, as well as many other on the application form when you apply. Student Services (ISS) on (08) 8302 9194 or
UniSA undergraduate programs, For more information contact SATAC on visit www.unisa.edu.au/isu
have a TAFE sub-quota. This means (08) 8224 4000 or visit www.satac.edu.au/uniweb
that applications for entry into these Applicants with a disability
programs are assessed only with other Australian students If you have a disability, you will be considered
TAFE applicants, increasing your chances UniSA offers maximum flexibility to people for university entry through the usual
of gaining entry. who want to study. There are many pathways pathways. However, your application may
UniSA has block credit transfer to enter university; less than half of our be subject to an additional assessment
arrangements where maximum students come straight from school. You may procedure if you have experienced educational
and minimum credit is awarded for apply to enter UniSA through the Foundation disadvantage as a result
completed TAFE study. Studies program, or the Special Tertiary of your disability.
Admissions Test (STAT), Open Universities For more information, contact one of
Australia (OUA) but one of the best pathways Learning Connection’s Disability Advisers on
is with your TAFE qualifications. (08) 8302 4736 or teletypewriter on
(08) 8302 4842.
Overseas students
International students living in Australia can
apply to transfer from TAFE to UniSA simply
contact 1800 181 858, or call into
UniSA International Office,
Level 1, 101 Currie Street, Adelaide.
email international.office@unisa.edu.au

International students living overseas please


phone +61 3 9627 4854.

Things we’ll do
for you

UniSA strives to help you make the Modern campuses and facilities Campus Central
most of your time at university and UniSA teaches its programs from four With an office on each campus, Campus
can support your study, social and metropolitan campuses – City East, City West, Central is the place to get advice for matters
professional goals with a variety of Magill and Mawson Lakes – and the Centre relating to the administrative aspects of uni.
valuable services. for Regional Engagement, with facilities based Here, you can get help with your enrolments
in Whyalla and Mount Gambier. and class timetables, present your credit
Services to support you
application, pay for study readers, find
Although you’ll be expected to take charge Many UniSA campuses have recently
information about child care, organise a
of balancing study, work and your personal undergone major redevelopments to provide
student card, purchase a parking permit,
time, UniSA’s broad range of services can help. new and improved teaching and research
and much more.
We’ve worked hard to develop academic, facilities for students. These improvements will
ensure that UniSA continues to offer a lively, For more information visit
social and personal support services that www.unisa.edu.au/campuscentral
will assist you throughout your program, modern and well-equipped study environment
well into the future.
regardless of where and how you choose to Libraries
study. All UniSA campuses are linked to a wireless UniSA’s modern libraries offer a range of
We have a range of staff and online resources network, allowing those with a wireless- services and resources. Students can access
available to provide study support, personal enabled laptop to access our online traditional print materials, DVDs, electronic
counselling, disability support, Indigenous environment from almost anywhere on books and journals, study rooms, computers,
support and international student support. campus. UniSA’s sophisticated computing and and printing and photocopying services.
online facilities are also available for students Staff are also available to assist you with
seven days a week from the computer pools information literacy programs that will
located on each campus. maximise your research capabilities.
For more information visit
Learning Connection www.library.unisa.edu.au
Available on each campus, Learning
Connection provides a range of services and Child care
resources to assist your learning and personal Child care facilities are available for parents
development. These include interactive, on- wishing to return to study, and are located
campus and online workshops, learning and on or close to each campus of the University.
language development resources, personal
counselling, disability and international City West (08) 8212 4266
student support and careers advice. Magill (08) 8302 4657
Mawson Lakes (08) 8281 5550
For more information visit
www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/student
Whyalla (08) 8648 8812
For more information visit
www.unisa.edu.au/campuscentral/childcare.asp


Careers Services Pay now or pay later » New Zealand citizens, and people who
have been granted permanent residency in
UniSA’s Careers Services offers a range The HELP scheme has been established by
Australia, are eligible for Commonwealth
of services and resources designed to the Australian Government to assist students
Supported places but will need to pay their
maximise your career prospects and support to pay the costs of their education. There
fees upfront.
your professional goals. Services include are three loans within the scheme and
information on career planning, job-seeking Australian undergraduate students may be » Other international students are required to
and preparing for the workforce, as well as eligible for the HECS-HELP loan. If you are a pay upfront tuition fees set by the University
workshops and opportunities to talk to career Commonwealth Supported student you may and should contact UniSA’s International
advisers and potential employers. be able to defer your payment through a Office on (08) 8302 0114 or visit
For more information visit HECS-HELP loan or make a discounted upfront www.unisa.edu.au/international
www.unisanet.unisa.edu.au/careers payment of your fees. For more information about the HECS-HELP scheme
and other financial assistance programs, contact
Your HECS-HELP loan amount will be paid by 1800 020 108 or visit www.goingtouni.gov.au
Orientation the government directly to UniSA. Once you
Before you start classes at UniSA, you can are employed you will repay the loan through Support for a successful future
attend UniSA’s orientation program for the income tax system when your earnings
Meeting the ongoing costs of education isn’t
new students. It will provide you with all reach $41,595 (for 2008–2009 only) per
always easy. Getting a scholarship from UniSA
the information you’ll need to prepare for financial year.
or when you apply to SATAC can be a big help
your first week at uni, as well as workshops, » Undergraduate students who are with your accommodation, living and study
information about your program, and campus Australian citizens or holders of permanent expenses and you get to focus on your studies
and library tours. humanitarian visas are generally eligible for while we help out with your expenses.
For more information visit the HECS-HELP loan and do not have to pay We’re constantly developing the range of
www.unisa.edu.au/newstudents/orientation
their fees upfront. You’ll be provided with scholarships and grants on offer. Tick the
an information booklet when you enrol at scholarships box on your SATAC application and
Indigenous Student Services (ISS) UniSA.
visit www.unisa.edu.au/scholarship for details.

If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander


student, ISS can assist you with a range of
academic and social support services including
uni preparation sessions, a home group Student Contribution Pricing Bands for 2009
support system and special entry schemes. ISS Band Fields of study Student contributions
has a branch on each metropolitan campus (A$)*
and the Mt Gambier and Whyalla campuses,
National priorities Education, nursing, mathematics, $4,162
in addition to off-campus study centres in Port
statistics, science
Lincoln, Port Augusta and Ceduna.
Band 1 Humanities, behavioural science, social $5,201
For more information visit studies, foreign languages, clinical psychology,
www.unisa.edu.au/isu
visual and performing arts

Accommodation Band 2 Agriculture, computing, built environment, $7,412


engineering, surveying, allied health,
UniSA Accommodation Services can help
health sciences
students to find safe, affordable and quality
accommodation in a number of locations Band 3 Law, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science, $8,677
in the city, or close to campuses. accounting, administration, economics,
For more information visit commerce
www.unisa.edu.au/accommodation
* Prices quoted are for a full year (36 units) of study Source: www.goingtouni.gov.au

Experience
UniSA

Starting university can be easier if you Learning at UniSA Your study options
know what to expect. You may be Our programs consist of a number of Depending on the program you choose, you
wondering how lectures and tutorials courses taken over a number of academic may have options about where, when and
work, about your study options, or years. Generally, your study schedule will how you’d prefer to study.
what you’ll do when you have some be divided into contact hours (the time you
time off from studying. University life » Full-time study requires the completion of
spend in lectures, tutorials and practicals) and
is about both intellectual and personal 36 units per year, but your contact hours
independent study hours (the time you devote
development. It’s the combination may vary depending on your program. If
to study, research, revision and assignments).
of what you’ll learn throughout your you are studying on campus you will attend
Contact hours will vary, depending on the
studies, and who you’ll meet, that will lectures, tutorials or workshops and/or
program you choose to study. Independent
create your UniSA experience. practical classes;
study hours will vary according to the
» Part-time study allows you to study over
individual but, as with other commitments, the
a longer period of time. You’ll study less
more you put in, the more you’ll get back.
than 75 per cent of a normal full-time load
Some of the nuts-and-bolts terms you’ll come and can undertake between one and three
across at uni include: courses per study period.
» Program: the award in which you are » Off-campus (external) study allows you to
enrolled, eg Bachelor of Applied Finance; undertake all or some of your courses from
» Course: a component of study within a home, using supplied print materials and
program, ie, a subject; online study resources. You may occasionally
» Unit: the ‘value’ of a course which measures need to attend some on-campus classes or
the amount of work in that course. field placements.
Full-time students normally
undertake 36 units a year (commonly UniSA online
eight courses) to gain the 108 units You can enroll online or take a virtual tour
needed to earn a three-year degree; of any of our campuses. UniSA’s flexible
» Discipline: a field of study or knowledge; online environment means you can log in
» Division: UniSA is split into four academic from anywhere, 24/7. All the campuses are
Divisions – each offering a range of linked to a wireless network so you can study
specialised programs and courses: where and when you like. As a UniSA student
- Business you will have your own web page and email
- Education, Arts and Social Sciences address. Lecturers often correspond through
- Health Sciences discussion groups linked to course homepages,
- Information Technology, Engineering you’ll submit assignments and discuss work
and the Environment. with other students online.


Assessment and grading The STEP (Student Experience) Tips for succeeding at uni
To pass a course you must satisfactorily 2010 agenda The thought of tackling assignments
complete the relevant assessment UniSA is strengthening our proven ability to and exams may seem a little daunting
requirements. That assessment may include provide teaching and learning experiences if you’re considering starting uni.
You’ll also need to work out strategies
exams, written assignments, presentations, that produce graduates with outstanding,
for juggling your study, work and
practical work and/or class participation. profession-ready qualities. The STEP 2010 personal commitments. Here are a
Depending on the courses you undertake, initiative further enhances our reputation few tips that may help you to make
your assessment will be graded according to as a leader in providing practice-based and the most of your studies:
the University’s marking system. workplace learning in our programs and also • Work out a realistic study plan to
looks at innovative learning spaces that are keep yourself aware of assignment
When you’ve satisfactorily met all program
more than the traditional lecture theatre. The deadlines and exam periods.
and UniSA requirements, you’ll be eligible to
ambitious agenda aims to ensure that, by Review this regularly and adjust
graduate. Qualifying for a degree from UniSA it according to your progress
2010, approximately one-third of all learning
is a major achievement and you will be able to
experiences in all UniSA programs will be • Set up a comfortable, quiet study
celebrate your success with family and friends space at home where you won’t be
real-world experiences. This will be achieved
at your graduation ceremony (usually held in distracted by noise or other people
by strengthening the use of practice-based
April, August and December). • If you are employed, discuss your
learning, the teaching-research nexus and
service learning in the community in our study plans with your employer
Classes to see if you can establish flexible
programs. This means that all UniSA students
Managing your academic timetable and working arrangements
will experience real-world challenges in
attending classes will be a big factor in your • Make time for catch-ups with
innovative and interactive learning spaces
success at uni. friends and family for moral support
throughout their program of study. and some time out from study
» The academic year for most programs • Establish support networks at
begins late February or early March and Real-world experience uni – clarify queries with your
ends in November. Exams are in June and UniSA is known for its links with industry and tutors and lecturers and develop
November. the professions. friendships with classmates who
» Lectures are usually held in a large lecture understand your study demands
» Work placements offer students the chance
theatre with other students for an hour or • Stay healthy – take time out to
to get into a real-world work situation exercise, eat well and get plenty
two. They offer an opportunity to listen and
where you can apply the knowledge of sleep
take notes about the main concepts covered
and skills learned at uni to your future • Visit a Learning Connection office
in your course.
workplace; in person or at www.unisanet.unisa.
» Tutorials, or workshops, are run by tutors
» Field trips are short excursions or longer edu.au/learningconnection for
for smaller groups of students and are
trips – sometimes even overseas – where various resources including learning
an interactive way to share thoughts, ask guides and online/on-campus
students gain practical insight into their field
questions and generate discussion about workshops, advice about studying
of study and learn a range of relevant skills;
course content. off-campus, and information about
» Overseas student exchanges provide the
» Practicals may take place in a laboratory, UniSA’s computing facilities
chance to study at one of more than
on a computer or with other specialised • Talk to a UniSA librarian for
90 accredited international universities.
equipment, depending on the course. detailed information on researching
An international exchange will contribute to
They provide opportunities to develop methods, borrowing policies and
your personal and professional development establishing a study pathway
practical skills and apply theories learned
and will be highly regarded by your that will best suit you. For more
in lectures and tutorials.
future employers. information, visit www.library.unisa.
edu.au
 Credit Assessor unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

TAFE to UniSA credit transfers 2009


Accounting and Commerce
TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Advanced Diploma of Accounting Bachelor of Commerce Credit may be granted for business related
Diploma of Accounting Bachelor of Applied Finance TAFE qualifications at Certificate IV, Diploma
Diploma of Business Management Bachelor of Quantitative Finance and Advanced Diploma level.
Diploma of International Business Bachelor of Business
Certificate IV in Business (International Trade) (Management of Information Technology) Below is the maximum credit available to all
Certificate IV in Business Financial Services students and will depend on how closely the
(Accounting) Double Degrees include: TAFE qualification aligns with the discipline.
Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management) Bachelor of Commerce with
Bachelor of Applied Finance Advanced Diploma = 12 courses maximum
Bachelor of Commerce with (1½ years full-time)
Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law) Diploma = 8 courses maximum
Or choose from 100 possible combinations (1 year full-time)
in the Business Double Degree. For a full list Certificate IV = 2 courses maximum
of programs in the Division of Business go to
www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp For more credit information contact:
The Academic Officer Division of Business
phone 8302 0283 www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe
Whyalla and Mt Gambier programs include:
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Associate Degree in Accounting For more credit information contact Whyalla
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study Associate Degree in Business Ventures Campus Central phone 8647 6161 or 1800 808 957
Bachelor of Business and Enterprise email: campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.edu.au
For specific credit information contact:
Regional Business Head of Unit Dr Janet Sawyer
email: janet.sawyer@unisa.edu.au
* Programs available off-campus.

Architecture and Design


TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma of Building Design Bachelor of Architectural Studies 36 units
and Drafting
Diploma of Architectural Technology Bachelor of Architectural Studies 18 units
Diploma of Arts (Decoration & Design) Bachelor of Interior Architecture 28.5 units
Diploma in Arts (Furniture Design) Bachelor of Interior Architecture 21 units
Diploma of Building Design and Drafting Bachelor of Architectural Studies 18 units
Diploma of Building Design and Technology Bachelor of Architectural Studies 18 units
Diploma in Visual Merchandising Bachelor of Interior Architecture 21 units
Certificate IV in Arts (Interior Decoration) Bachelor of Interior Architecture 25.5 units
Certificate IV in Design Bachelor of Industrial Design 15 units
For more credit information contact:
City West Campus Central phone 8302 0511
email: campuscentral.citywest@unisa.edu.au

Australian and Indigenous Studies


TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Certificate IV Aboriginal Community Management Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Studies) 18 units
Certificate IV in Business Bachelor of Arts (Australian Studies)
Certificate IV in Community Services and Health
Certificate IV in Information Technology Double Degrees include:
Certificate IV in Tourism Bachelor of Arts (Australian Studies) with 9 units
Certificate IV in Hospitality & Recreation Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services)
Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Studies) with
Bachelor of Social Work For more credit information contact:
City West Campus Central phone 8302 0511
* Programs available off-campus. email: campuscentral.citywest@unisa.edu.au
Credit Assessor unisa.edu.au/future/tafe 

Business
TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Advanced Diploma of Business Management Bachelor of Management Credit may be granted for business related TAFE
(Conveyancing) (Administrative Management) qualifications at Certificate IV, Diploma and
Advanced Diploma of Financial Services Bachelor of Business Administration (Specialisation) Advanced Diploma level.
Diploma of Business Management Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law)
Diploma of International Business Bachelor of Commerce Below is the maximum credit available to all
Certificate IV of Business (International Business) Bachelor of Business (International Business) students and will depend on how closely the
Bachelor of Business TAFE qualification aligns with the discipline.
(Management of Information Technology)
Bachelor of Management Advanced Diploma = 12 courses maximum
Bachelor of Management (1½ years full-time)
(Logistics and Supply Chain Management) Diploma = 8 courses maximum
Bachelor of Business (Property) (1 year full-time)
Certificate IV = 2 courses maximum
Double Degrees include:
Bachelor of Management (Administrative
Management) with Bachelor of Commerce For more credit information contact:
Bachelor of Business (International Business) with The Academic Officer Division of Business
Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) phone 8302 0283 www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe
Bachelor of Commerce with
Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law)
Or choose from 100 possible combinations in the
Business Double Degree. For a full list of programs
see www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp
Whyalla and Mt Gambier programs include:
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Associate Degree in Accounting For more credit information contact Whyalla
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study Associate Degree in Business Ventures Campus Central phone 8647 6161 or 1800 808 957
Bachelor of Business and Enterprise email: campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.edu.au
For specific credit information contact:
Regional Business Head of Unit Dr Janet Sawyer
email: janet.sawyer@unisa.edu.au

* Programs available off-campus.

Civil Aviation
TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma of Aviation Bachelor of Applied Science (Civil Aviation) Credit may be given for any civil aviation-related
TAFE qualification where students have completed
an Advanced Diploma. In general, students will be
eligible for at least 8 courses and 2 contrasting
elective courses of credit for the Advanced Diploma.
Credit for related Certificate IV and Diploma
qualifications or for unrelated qualifications will be
considered on a case-by-case basis.

For more credit information contact Mawson Lakes


Campus Central phone 8302 3511,
email: campuscentral.mawsonlakes@unisa.edu.au
or see www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe
10 Credit Assessor unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Communication
TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma of Arts (Acting) Bachelor of Media Arts 36 units
Advanced Diploma of Stage Management
Advanced Diploma of Arts (Professional Writing) Bachelor of Arts 36 units
(Communication and Media Management)
Bachelor of Arts
(Writing and Creative Communication)
Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Media Arts
Advanced Diploma of Visual Communication and Bachelor of Arts 27 units
Graphic Design (Communication and Media Management)
Bachelor of Arts
(Writing and Creative Communication)
Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Bachelor of Media Arts
Diploma of Music Bachelor of Arts 36 units
Diploma of Screen (Communication and Media Management)
Bachelor of Arts
(Writing and Creative Communication)
Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Bachelor of Media Arts
Diploma of Information Technology Bachelor of Arts 31.5 units
(Communication and Media Management)
Bachelor of Arts
(Writing and Creative Communication)
Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Bachelor of Media Arts
Diploma of Multimedia Design Bachelor of Arts 27 units
(Communication and Media Management)
Bachelor of Arts
(Writing and Creative Communication)
Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Bachelor of Media Arts
Diploma of Accounting Bachelor of Arts 27 units
Diploma of Applied Design (Interactive Multimedia) (Communication and Media Management)
Diploma of Arts (Furniture Design) Bachelor of Arts
Diploma of Arts (Interior Decoration and Design) (Writing and Creative Communication)
Diploma of Arts (Professional Writing) Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Diploma of Business Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Media Arts
Diploma of Costumes for Performance Bachelor of Media Arts 27 units
Diploma of Live Production, Theatre and Events
(Construction and Manufacturing)
Diploma of Live Production, Theatre and Events
(Technical Productions)
Certificate IV in Art (Visual and Applied) Bachelor of Arts 18 units
Certificate IV in Art Practice (Communication and Media Management)
Certificate IV in Arts (Interior Decoration) Bachelor of Arts
Certificate IV in Business (Writing and Creative Communication)
Certificate IV in Information Technology Bachelor of Communication (Media and Culture)
Certificate IV in Visual Arts and Bachelor of Media Arts
Contemporary Craft

For more credit information contact:
Undergraduate Programs Officer
School of Communication
phone 8302 4561
email: jennifer.stokes@unisa.edu.au
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Computing and Information Technology


TAFE award UniSA programs* Credit
Advanced Diploma in Information Technology Bachelor of Computer and Information Science Credit may be given for any information technology
Diploma of Information Technology Bachelor of Software Engineering or computer-related TAFE qualification where
(Software Development) Bachelor of Information and Communications students have completed a Certificate IV, Diploma
Diploma of Software System Development Technology (Networking) or (Logistics) or Advanced Diploma.
Diploma of Information Technology Bachelor of Information Technology Credit for related Certificate IV qualifications or for
(Networking Engineering) (Computing and Multimedia) unrelated qualifications will be considered on a
Bachelor of Mathematical Science case-by-case basis.
(Applied Mathematics), (Statistics), (Optimisation) In general, students will be eligible for:
Bachelor of Quantitative Finance
Bachelor of Information Systems Advanced Diploma = 12 courses credit
Bachelor of Business (1½ years full time)
(Management of Information Technology) Diploma = 12-8 courses credit
(1½-1 years full time)
Double Degrees include: Certificate IV = 4 courses (1 semester full time)
Bachelor of Computer and Information Science with
Bachelor of Media Arts or For more credit information contact Mawson Lakes
Bachelor of Management or Campus Central phone 8302 3511, email:
Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law) campuscentral.mawsonlakes@unisa.edu.au
Or choose from 100 possible combinations in the or see unisa.edu.au/future/tafe
Business Double Degree. For a full list of programs
see www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp For Business related credit information contact:
The Academic Officer Division of Business
* Programs available off-campus. phone 8302 0283 www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Construction Management and Economics


TAFE qualifications UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma in Building Bachelor of Construction Management Credit may be given for any construction
Advanced Diploma of Civil Engineering (Design) and Economics management or building related TAFE
Advanced Diploma of Building Design and Bachelor of Built Environment qualification. Students with ‘outstanding’
Project Administration Associate Degree in Built Environment results in Certificate IV (Building) and Diploma
Diploma of Building Surveying (Building) may be granted additional credit.
Diploma of Building Any other courses or related qualifications will
Diploma of Civil Engineering (Drafting) be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Diploma of Civil Engineering (Design) In general, students will be eligible for a minimum of:
Diploma of Building Design and Drafting
Diploma of the Built Environments Advanced Diploma = 16 courses
Diploma of Building Surveying (2 years full time)
Diploma of Architectural Technology and Diploma = 8 courses (1 year full time)
Construction Management Certificate IV = 4 courses
Certificate IV in Architectural Technology and (1 study period full time)
Construction Management
Certificate IV in Building For more credit information contact
Certificate IV in Residential Drafting City East Campus, phone 8302 2227,
email: jayne.kwiatkowski@unisa.edu.au
or see www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Education
Tafe awards UniSA programs* Credit
Diploma of Community Services (Children’s Services) Bachelor of Early Childhood Education 36 units
Diploma of Community Services (Children’s Services) Bachelor of Education (Junior Primary and Primary) 27 units
Diploma of Training and Assessment Bachelor of Education 49.5 units
(Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
Diploma of Training and Assessment and Bachelor of Education 72 units
relevant vocational qualifications (Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
Diploma of Training and Assessment Systems Bachelor of Education 27 units
(incorporating whole of Cert IV in Assessment (Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
and Workplace Training)
Diploma of Training and Assessment Systems Bachelor of Education 22.5 units
(not incorporating whole of Cert IV Assess (Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
& Workplace Training)

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Education (continued)
TAFE qualifications UniSA programs* Credit
Relevant Diploma of a trade or other Bachelor of Education 22.5 units
vocational area (Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
Certificate IV in Assessment and Bachelor of Education 9 units
Workplace Training (Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Bachelor of Education 13.5 units
(Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
Certificate IV in Women’s Education Bachelor of Education 13.5 units
(Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
Relevant Certificate III in a trade or Bachelor of Education 13.5 units
other vocational area (Adult, Vocational & Workplace Learning)
For more credit information contact
Magill Campus Central phone 8302 4511
* Courses available off campus. email: campuscentral.magill@unisa.edu.au

Engineering
TAFE qualifications UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma or Diploma in a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) Credit may be given for any engineering related
relevant field of study Bachelor of Engineering TAFE qualification where students have completed an
(Civil and Project Management) Advanced Diploma.
Bachelor of Engineering
(Civil and Transport) In general, students will be eligible for at least 9
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) courses of credit for an Advanced Diploma.
Bachelor of Engineering (Materials) Credit for related Diploma and Certificate IV
Bachelor of Engineering qualifications or for unrelated qualifications will be
(Mechanical and Advanced Manufacturing) considered on a case-by-case basis.
Bachelor of Engineering TAFE students who have successfully completed
(Mechanical and Mechatronic) Mathematics A and Mathematics B or use
Bachelor of Engineering Mathematics at Technician Level (EDX130) and use
(Mechanical and Sustainable Systems) Quadratic and Exponential, Logarithmic and
Bachelor of Engineering Trigonometric Functions and Matrices (EDX140)
(Mechanical and Nanotechnology) may be required to undertake additional
Bachelor of Engineering studies in University bridging Mathematics.
(Computer Systems)
Bachelor of Engineering For more credit information contact Mawson Lakes
(Electrical and Mechatronic) Campus Central phone 8302 3511,
Bachelor of Engineering email: campuscentral.mawsonlakes@unisa.edu.au
(Electronics and Communications) or see www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe
Bachelor of Engineering
(Networking and Communications)

Double Degrees include:


Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with
Bachelor of Computer and Information Science
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with
Bachelor of Management
Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with
Bachelor of Management or
Bachelor of Management (Marketing)
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Mechatronic)
with Bachelor of Management or
Bachelor of Management (Marketing)
Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and
Communications) with
Bachelor of Management or
Bachelor of Management (Marketing)
Bachelor of Engineering (Networking and
Communications) with
Bachelor of Management or
Bachelor of Management (Marketing)

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Environmental Management and Sustainability


TAFE qualifications UniSA programs Credit
Diploma of Geoscience Bachelor of Sustainable Environments Credit may be given for any geographical information
Diploma of Geographical Information Systems (Geospatial Information Systems) systems or environmental management or related
Advanced Diploma and Diploma in a relevant Bachelor of Sustainable Environments TAFE qualification where students have completed
field of study (Geographical and Earth Systems) an Advanced Diploma. In general, students will be
Bachelor of Sustainable Environments eligible for at least 8 courses of credit for the
(Environmental Protection and Management) Advanced Diploma. Credit for related Diploma and
Bachelor of Sustainable Environments Certificate IV qualifications or for unrelated
(Biodiversity and Park Management) qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case
basis.

For more credit information contact
City East Campus telephone 8302 2227,
email jayne.kwiatkowski@unisa.edu.au
or see www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Human Resource Management


TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Advanced Diploma of Business (Human Resources) Bachelor of Management Credit may be granted for business related TAFE
Diploma of Business (Frontline Management) (Human Resource Management) qualifications at Certificate IV, Diploma and
Diploma of Business (Human Resources) Bachelor of Management Advanced Diploma level.
Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management) Bachelor of Management Below is the maximum credit available to all
Certificate IV in Business (Human Resources) (Administrative Management) students and will depend on how closely the
Bachelor of Management TAFE qualification aligns with the discipline.
(Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
Advanced Diploma = 12 courses maximum
Double Degrees include: (1½ years full-time)
These programs can be combined with other Diploma = 8 courses maximum
Business programs to form a Business Double (1 year full- time)
Degree. For a full list of programs go to Certificate IV = 2 courses maximum
www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp (¼ year full-time)

* Programs available off-campus. For more credit information contact: The Academic
Officer Division of Business phone 8302 0283 or
www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Management
TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Advanced Diploma of Business Management Bachelor of Business (Administrative Management) Credit may be granted for business related TAFE
Bachelor of Management qualifications at Certificate IV, Diploma and
Diploma of Business Management Bachelor of Management Advanced Diploma level.
Diploma of Business (Frontline Management) (Human Resource Management)
Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management) Bachelor of Management (Marketing) Below is the maximum credit available to all
Bachelor of Management students and will depend on how closely the
(Logistics and Supply Chain Management) TAFE qualification aligns with the discipline.
Bachelor of Marketing and Communication
Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management Advanced Diploma = 12 courses maximum
(1½ years full-time)
Double Degrees include: Diploma = 8 courses maximum
Bachelor of Management with (1 year full-time)
Bachelor or Arts (International Studies) Certificate IV = 2 courses maximum
Or choose from 100 possible combinations in (¼ year full-time)
the Business Double Degree. For a full list of
Division of Business programs go to For more credit information contact: The Academic
www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp Officer Division of Business phone 8302 0283 or
www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe
Whyalla and Mt Gambier programs include:
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Associate Degree in Accounting Contact Whyalla Campus Central phone 8647 6161
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study Associate Degree in Business Ventures or 1800 808 957 email: campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.
Bachelor of Business and Enterprise edu.au For specific credit information contact:
Regional Business Head of Unit Dr Janet Sawyer
*Programs available off-campus. email: janet.sawyer@unisa.edu.au

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Marketing
TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Advanced Diploma of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Management (Marketing) Credit may be granted for business related TAFE
Bachelor of Marketing and Communication qualifications at Certificate IV, Diploma and
Advanced Diploma level.
Double Degrees include:
Bachelor of Management (Marketing) with Below is the maximum credit available to all students
Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) and will depend on how closely the TAFE qualification
Or choose from 100 possible combinations in aligns with the discipline.
the Business Double Degree. For a full list of
Division of Business programs go to Advanced Diploma = 12 courses maximum
www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp (1½ years full-time)
Diploma = 8 courses maximum
* Programs available off-campus. (1 year full-time)
Certificate IV = 2 courses maximum
(¼ year full-time)

For more credit information contact: The Academic


Officer Division of Business phone 8302 0283
www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Medical and Health Sciences


TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma, School of Health Sciences Credit will be assessed on an individual basis by the
Diploma or Certificate IV Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) Program Director.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Podiatry For more credit information from the
Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science School of Health Sciences phone 8302 2253 or
Bachelor of Health Science email: healthstudy@unisa.edu.au
Bachelor of Applied Science
(Human Movement and Health Studies)
Bachelor of Applied Science
(Human Movement and Health Studies) with
Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary)
School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences For more credit information on programs from
Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma, Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
Diploma or Certificate IV Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences phone 8302 2391; email pmb.enquiries@unisa.edu.au
Bachelor of Pharmacy
Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science
Diploma of Food Technology Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences Students will be awarded 8 courses (36 units)
maximum (1 year equivalent full-time) credit.
Diploma of Laboratory Technology Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine Students will be awarded 8 courses (36 units)
maximum (1 year equivalent full-time) credit.
Diploma of Fitness Bachelor of Applied Science Students will be awarded 8 courses maximum
Diploma of Outdoor Recreation (Human Movement and Health Studies) (36 units - 1 year equivalent full-time) credit.
Certificate IV in Fitness Bachelor of Applied Science Students will be awarded 4 courses (18 units)
Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation (Human Movement and Health Studies) maximum (6 months equivalent full-time) credit.

Nursing and Midwifery


TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Diploma of Aboriginal Health Bachelor of Nursing Students who have completed a Diploma of Nursing
Diploma of Nursing Bachelor of Midwifery may be granted 36 units (1 year equivalent full-time)
Certificate IV in Aboriginal Health maximum credit. Enrolled nurses with an Australian
Certificate IV in Community Services *Both programs are available off campus but some practising certificate may be granted 18 units
(Community and Aged Care) with on-campus workshops and practicals are required. maximum credit. Other credit will be assessed on an
current Enrolled Nurse practising certificate individual basis by the Program Director.
Certificate IV in Health (Nursing) with current
Enrolled Nurse practising certificate For more credit information phone 8302 1805
email: nursing.enquiries@unisa.edu.au
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Whyalla and Mt Gambier programs include:
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study Bachelor of Nursing Contact Whyalla Campus Central phone 8647 6161
or 1800 808 957 email: campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.
edu.au For specific credit information contact:
Dr Janet Sawyer email: janet.sawyer@unisa.edu.au
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Psychology
Tafe awards UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma of Community Services Bachelor of Psychological Science 27 units
Management
Advanced Diploma of Human Resource Bachelor of Psychological Science 27 units
Management
Diploma of Community Welfare Work Bachelor of Psychological Science 18 units
(Specialising in Counselling Skills)
Diploma of Human Resource Management Bachelor of Psychological Science 18 units
Certificate IV in Community Services Work Bachelor of Psychological Science 9 units
For more credit information contact
Magill Campus Central phone 8302 4511
email: campuscentral.magill@unisa.edu.au

Science and Mathematics


TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma of Information Technology Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Credit may be granted for related TAFE qualifications
Advanced Diploma and Diploma in a relevant (Applied Mathematics), (Statistics), (Optimisation) where students have completed an Advanced
field of study Bachelor of Quantitative Finance Diploma.

For more credit information contact Mawson Lakes


Campus Central phone 8302 3511, email:
campuscentral.mawsonlakes@unisa.edu.au
or see www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Social Work and Human Services


TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credits
Advanced Diploma of Community Services Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) 36 units
Advanced Diploma of Policing Bachelor of Social Work
Diploma of Justice Administration Double degrees include:
Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Studies) with
Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) or
Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) with
Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Social Work with
Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)
Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) 18 units
Diploma of Community Services Bachelor of Social Work
Diploma of Community Services Management Double degrees include:
Diploma of Community Services Work Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Studies) with
(Volunteer Management) Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) or
Diploma of Community Welfare Work Bachelor of Social Work
Diploma of Disability Work Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) with
Diploma of Youth Work Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Social Work with
Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)
Certificate IV in Aboriginal Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Studies) with 9 units
Community Management Bachelor of Social Work
Advanced Diploma of Justice Administration Bachelor of Social Science (Justice Administration) 72 units
Diploma of Policing
For more credit information contact
Magill Campus Central phone 8302 4511
email: campuscentral.magill@unisa.edu.au
Whyalla and Mt Gambier programs include:
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Bachelor of Social Work For more credit information contact Whyalla
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study Campus Central phone 8647 6161 or 1800 808 957
email: campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.edu.au
For specific credit information contact:
Social Work Head of Unit Tricia Munn
email tricia.munn@unisa.edu.au
*Courses available off-campus.
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Tourism and Recreation


TAFE awards UniSA programs* Credit
Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management Credit may be granted for business related TAFE
Advanced Diploma of Tourism Management Bachelor of Tourism and Event Management qualifications at Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced
Diploma of Tourism (Marketing and Diploma level.
Product Development) Double degrees include: Below is the maximum credit available to all students
These programs can be combined with other and will depend on how closely the TAFE qualification
Business programs to form a Business Double Degree. aligns with the discipline.
For a full list of Division Business programs go to
www.unisa.edu.au/business/students/dbdd.asp Advanced Diploma = 12 courses maximum
(1½ full-time)
* Programs available off-campus. Diploma = 8 courses maximum
(1 year full-time)
Certificate IV = 2 courses maximum
(¼ year full-time)

For more credit information contact:


Academic Officer Division of Business
phone 8302 0283 or www.unisa.edu.au/future/tafe

Visual Arts and Graphic Design


TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Bachelor of Visual Arts and Applied Design Bachelor of Visual Arts (Specialisation) 63 units
Advanced Diploma of Arts (Applied & Visual) Bachelor of Visual Arts (Specialisation) 45 units
Advanced Diploma of Multimedia Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 27 units
Advanced Diploma of Visual Communication Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 54 units
and Graphic Design
Diploma of Multimedia Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 22.5 units
Diploma of Visual Communication and Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 36 units
Graphic Design
Certificate IV in Visual Media Design Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 18 units
Certificate IV in Multimedia Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 18 units
Certificate IV in Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft Bachelor of Visual Arts (Specialisation) 22.5 units
For more credit information contact:
City West Campus Central phone 8302 0511
email: campuscentral.citywest@unisa.edu.au

Whyalla and Mt Gambier programs


TAFE awards UniSA programs Credit
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Associate Degree in Accounting See Accounting and Commerce credit information
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study Associate Degree in Business Ventures on page 8.
Bachelor of Business and Enterprise For more credit information contact Whyalla
Campus Central phone 8647 6161 or 1800 808 957
email: campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.edu.au
For specific credit information contact:
Regional Business Head of Unit Dr Janet Sawyer
email: janet.sawyer@unisa.edu.au
Diploma of Aboriginal Health Bachelor of Nursing See Nursing and Midwifery credit information on
Diploma of Nursing page 14.
Certificate IV in Aboriginal Health For more credit information contact:
Certificate IV in Health (Nursing) Whyalla Campus Central
with current Enrolled Nurse practicing certificate phone 8647 6161 or 1800 808 957
Certificate IV in Community Services email campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.edu.au
(Community and Aged Care) with current
practicing certificate
Advanced Diploma of Community Services Bachelor of Social Work See Social Work credit information on page 15.
Management For more credit information contact:
Diploma of Children’s Services Whyalla Campus Central
Diploma of Community Services Management phone 8647 6161 or 1800 808 957
Diploma of Community Services Work email campuscentral.whyalla@unisa.edu.au
Diploma of Youth Work For specific credit information contact:
Advanced Diploma, Diploma or Social Work Head of Unit Tricia Munn
Certificate IV in a relevant field of study email tricia.munn@unisa.edu.au
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Maiko Hayashi
UniSA Bachelor of
International Business
TAFE Diploma of
International Business

After completing her TAFE diploma, Maiko


transferred to UniSA and was given credit for
the first year of the Bachelor of International
Business. Now she is studying for an
internationally recognised degree, Maiko is
confident that her choice will be better for her
when it comes to launching her career.

Being an international student at both


TAFE and UniSA has also given Maiko a
range of experience that other students
wouldn’t normally encounter. Not only has
she experienced a new culture, coming to
Australia from Japan, but she has also noticed
the increased responsibility associated with
university.

“Uni is quite different from TAFE. You need


to be disciplined enough to organise yourself
and your time properly. You get used to doing
things on your own. You need to prepare
yourself before you start uni to take the
initiative; university assigns many challenging
tasks for students, some are difficult but can
help to motivate you to study harder.”

“My program offers quite a range of different


subjects, so I have an opportunity to find
empoyment in many areas.”

“Many companies look for people who have


higher academic qualifications and the skills
and knowledge that come with university
study. When I finish my degree I want to seek
job opportunities where I can use my bilingual
ability and apply my international business
skills, preferably with a foreign affiliated
company in Australia or overseas.”
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