Taylors UniLink - Diploma Programs in Melbourne:
Taylors UniLink in Melbourne, Australia offers accredited, internationally-recognised Higher Education diplomas - a new concept in university preparation courses. The diploma programs in Business and Information Technology are available to Australian and international students. They combine detailed academic preparation with educational enrichment features, to ensure students are prepared for all aspects of university learning. A UniLink Diploma is a complete academic program, providing entry to a range of courses and universities and setting a new benchmark in innovation and quality.
Quality Education Programs:
Taylors UniLink is a part of Study Group—an acknowledged leader in international education, with nearly two hundred university partnerships across Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and Europe including the United Kingdom.
Unilink Diploma Courses:
The UniLink diplomas are complete academic programs, providing students opportunity of entry into fourteen Australian universities across Australia, with up to 10 units of advanced standing (or 1.5 years equivalent of university credit). Upon successful completion of the programs, graduates can gain entry to fourteen partner universities - and study a Bachelor Degree from second year.
- Diploma of Business - 50 weeks / 1 year:
Prepare yourself for undergraduate university study in business and get ready for a career as an analyst, buyer, manager or accountant.
- Diploma of Information Technology - 50 weeks / 1 year:
Set your sights on university study in IT. The IT industry is booming and this program is a smart career choice.
Benefits of UniLink Diplomas:
1. Choice of a wide range of the best courses in leading Australian universities
2. Flexible delivery of diploma run over one year in three trimester format
3. Innovative teaching and learning environment with small class sizes
4. Smooth transition to university with support to adapt to the challenges of higher education
5. Great location in the CBD or Melbourne. Rated one of the most livable cities
6. World class education that is recognised worldwide
7. Higher education accreditation State wide and internationally
8. Global strength and stability with a world leader
To gain entry to a UniLink Diploma, a good level of English and academic achievement are required. Generally, you need an IELTS of 6.0 (no band less than 5.5) or equivalent and an Australian year 12 ATAR of 50% or equivalent if you are from another country.
Students who successfully complete English for Academic Purposes EAP 3 (equivalent to IELTS 6.0) at an Embassy CES school in Australia can progress automatically into a Taylors UnLink Diploma of Business or Information Technology and can receive advanced standing, or university credit, for up to 10 units (based on 8 units = 1 year of undergraduate study).
Campus in Beautiful Melbourne City:
Taylors UniLink campus is located in the centre of beautiful Melbourne city in Australia. Excellent rail, tram and bus transport facilities service the campus and provide easy access to all parts of Melbourne.
Student Care and Support:
Care for our students begins before they arrive on campus. Prior to leaving home, students will receive essential information about their course and accommodation ensuring they are well prepared for life in Australia and confident about undertaking a Taylors UniLink Diploma.
Settling in for international students begins with the option of a welcoming airport pick-up. Our orientation program provides students with information about their course, student visas and health cover. It's also a chance to meet other students and make new friends from all over the world.
Our Taylors UniLink Diplomas have been specifically designed for students who seek a more supported and individual experience in their introduction to higher education. Undergraduate study at an Australian university is very demanding. Our program is designed to address the student’s learning needs and ensure they will enter university as confident, capable, independent thinkers prepared for the challenges ahead.
Our Tertiary Advisors monitor student academic progress carefully and provide information on the most appropriate university courses and admission requirements. One of our primary goals is to give all students the personal attention and support they need to succeed.
On completing each diploma trimester, students receive a report detailing their progress. On completion of their course they receive their final academic transcript.
Online Support Systems:
Students have access to an online learning management system called Study Smart. This system provides a collaborative online teaching and learning environment and is supplemented by interactive whiteboards fitted in many of our classrooms.
Student welfare is our highest priority. We have a wide range of support staff providing care for students on campus. Our network includes qualified psychologists, welfare counsellors and first-aid officers. The college provides a 24-hour emergency telephone number so students always have access to support.
Taylors recommends a healthy balance between study and leisure, in and out of the classroom. The campus offers a vibrant program of extra curricula activities including sports, music, drama and other special interest groups - they're a great way to meet new people and make new friends.
Link to Universities:
Fifteen Australian universities recognise Taylors UniLink as a suitable pathway for progress into the 2nd year of many bachelor degrees in Information Technology and Business.
- Bond University (CRICOS 00017B)
- Charles Sturt University (CRICOS 00005F NSW, 01947G VIC and 02960B ACT)
- Deakin University (CRICOS 00113B)
- Edith Cowan University (CRICOS 00279B)
- Flinders University (CRICOS 00114A)
- Griffith University (CRICOS 00233E)
- La Trobe University (CRICOS 00115M)
- Murdoch University (CRICOS 00125J)
- Queensland University of Technology (CRICOS 00213J)
- RMIT University (CRICOS 00122A)
- Swinburne University of Technology (CRICOS 00111D)
- The University of Newcastle, Australia (CRICOS 00109J)
- University of Technology Sydney (CRICOS 00099F)
- University of Wollongong (CRICOS 00102E)
- Victoria University (CRICOS 00124K)
Bond University Charles Sturt University Deakin University Edith Cowan University Flinders University Griffith University La Trobe University Murdoch University , Queensland University of Technology RMIT University Swinburne University of Technology The University of Newcastle, Australia University of Technology, Sydney University of Wollongong