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  • Course
    Overview

    The Year 11 program has the flexibility to enable international students to:
    - Improve their level of English Language
    - Develop their academic backgrounds in the subject they intend to study in the WA Universities' Foundation Program (WAUFP) or the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) Year 12 program.

  • Course
    Brochure
  • Certification
    Gained

    Year 11 

  • Suitable
    For

    International students

  • Course
    Duration

    January Entry: 11 months 

    April Entry: 9 months

  • Time
    Allocation

    4.5  hours per week per subject

  • Prerequisites

    English Competency Requirements

    • SPM English: D7
    • HKCEE English: Level 2
    • IELTS Overall Band Score: 5.0
    • TOEFL: 500

    Academic Requirements Satisfactory completion of Year 10 studies or equivalent. Click here for the entry requirements.

  • Course
    Dates

    January Entry: 

    Orientation 29 January - 1 February 2019. 
    Classes: 5 February - 12 April 2019
    Vacation break: 13 April - 29 April 2019
    Classes: 30 April - 5 July 2019
    Vacation break: 6 July - 22 July 2019
    Classes: 23 July - 27 September 2019
    Vacation break: 28 September - 14 October 2019
    Classes: 15 October - 12 December 2019


    April Entry: 

    Orientation 23 April - 24 April AND 29 April 2019. 
    Classes: 30 April - 5 July 2019
    Vacation break: 6 July - 22 July 2019
    Classes: 23 July - 27 September 2019
    Vacation break: 28 September - 14 October 2019
    Classes: 15 October - 12 December 2019

  • Enrolment
    Details
  • Accreditation
    By

    Canning College

  • Course
    Code

    097571G

  • Course Cost
    February Entry 2019: $23,578 (plus an additional AUD$605.00 for OSHC*)
    April Entry 2019: $18,268 (plus an additional AUD$605.00 for OSHC*)

    * OSHC - Overseas Student Health Cover.
    This is a compulsory medical cover for ALL international students, as required by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC).

  • Further
    Details

    For further information contact Student Services on +618 9278 3500