Eynesbury

Introduction

Eynesbury @ a glance

What

Eynesbury is a specialist institution that offers a range of pre-university and English programs, providing pathways in to the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia.

Why

  1. Wide range of programs and pathways to gain entry into the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia and other Australian universities.
  2. Holds an impressive long term record of students gaining entry into university.
  3. City-centre study location in Australia's most affordable capital city.
  4. Excellent study location: state-of-the-art campus.
  5. Small classes, personalised teaching and individual attention.

Where

Eynesbury has two campuses both located in the centre of the City of Adelaide.

When

Eynesbury programs run all year round.

Who

Australian & International students from all over the world.

How

  • Apply through an Eynesbury representative in your country.
  • Apply online through this website.
  • Make an appointment to come in and see us.
  • Still not sure - why not email us your questions: eynesbury@navitas.com

Welcome to Eynesbury!

At Eynesbury we welcome the opportunity to help every student achieve his or her personal goals and realise their full potential in the life long journey of education.

Together, Eynesbury offers a range of programs and educational pathways to secondary and tertiary studies at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia.

Founded in 1989, Eynesbury has outstanding record of academic achievement and is highly experienced in the development and delivery of programs tailored for international students.

Eynesbury also offers a comprehensive range of support services, including academic and vocational counselling, homestay and accommodation at international student residences. Staff provide the personal encouragement, individual tuition and assistance needed by most international students when first living away from home.

Eynesbury is committed to a diverse and flexible approach in the delivery of quality education and pathway options. I look forward to the prospect of contributing to your lifelong journey of education in Adelaide, South Australia.

Mr. Peter Millen, Eynesbury College Director

This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Programs

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Courses

English for Academic Purposes

Campus Open Enrollment Australia Adelaide

The English for Academic Purposes program (EAP) prepares students for future studies in an English speaking academic environment. It prepares students for entry into Degree, Diploma, Senior Secondary School and Masters programs. [+]

English for Academic Purposes @ a glance What? The English for Academic Purposes program (EAP) prepares students for future studies in an English speaking academic environment. It prepares students for entry into Degree, Diploma, Senior Secondary School and Masters programs. Why? Smaller classes to allow more individual attention from your teacher. Additional support is provided through extra contact time such as individual conferencing and teachers provide particular feedback to each student. One-on-one consultations outside of class time with teachers enables students to focus on areas for language development How? Contact us with any questions through the 'Ask a question' button above. Click 'Enrol today' to send through your application, or Click the 'Our Representatives' button below to find details of someone in your country who can help you apply. Courses The EAP Program develops language skills in: Reading Speaking Listening Grammar Study skills Research reports Research essays Various essay styles (compare and contrast, descriptive etc) Speaking - seminar presentations Students are able to choose from a range of elective subjects that suit their interests and individual skill requirements. Elective subjects include: Conversation classes Study skills IELTS preparation Course FAQ Q: How long do classes go for? Students with Student Visas will study 4 hours a day during the duration of their program with the option of additional tuition (pre-arranged) with the teacher outside of class times. [-]

English for General Purposes

Campus Full time 10 weeks January 2017 Australia Adelaide

English for General Purposes (EGP) and English for Academic Purposes Preparation (EAPP) are designed for students ranging from beginner to pre-intermediate English language skills who would like to improve their level of English. [+]

What? English for General Purposes (EGP) and English for Academic Purposes Preparation (EAPP) are designed for students ranging from beginner to pre-intermediate English language skills who would like to improve their level of English. Students will develop their skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening and also learn about Australian culture. Why? Smaller classes allow more individual attention from teachers. Additional language support is provided through extra contact time with teachers. Students can commence anytime at the start of any teaching week throughout the year Choose how many weeks of English you require – between 5 and 30 weeks. How? Contact us with any questions through the 'Ask a question' button above. Click 'Enrol today' to send through your application, or Click the 'Our Representatives' button below to find details of someone in your country who can help you apply. Courses The EGP Program develops language skills in: Reading Writing Speaking Listening Grammar There are also scheduled and supervised library visits to enhance students' general reading skills. Course FAQ Q: How long do classes go for? A: EGP Students will study for 5 hours a day, 5 days a week for 10 weeks EAPP students will study for 4 hours a day, 5 days a week for 10 weeks [-]

Diploma

Diploma of Business

Campus Full time 8 - 12 months January 2017 Australia Adelaide

The Diploma of Business introduces students to the fundamental knowledge required to successfully undertake a key range of business undergraduate degree programs at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. [+]

Diploma of Business @ a glance What? The Diploma of Business introduces students to the fundamental knowledge required to successfully undertake a key range of business undergraduate degree programs at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. Why? Smaller classes to allow more individual attention from your teacher. Additional academic support is provided through extra contact time with tutors and extra tutorials in mathematics and English language. Fast track your studies (complete within 8 or 12 months) 3 possible start dates – February, June and October. How? Contact us with any questions through the 'Ask a question' button above. Click 'Enrol today' to send through your application, or Click the 'Our Representatives' button below to find details of someone in your country who can help you apply. Entry into 1st year with credit exemption The University of Adelaide Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Entry into 2nd year of The University of Adelaide Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) The University of South Australia Bachelor of Applied Finance Bachelor of Business (International Business, Finance, and Trade) Bachelor of Business (Management of Information Technology) Bachelor of Business (Property) Bachelor of Business Administration (Specialisation) Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Management Bachelor of Management (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Management (Marketing) Bachelor of Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management Bachelor of Tourism and Event Management Bachelor of Business (Management of Information Technology) Popular careers Commerce Foreign Affairs Fund and Portfolio Manager Political Adviser Marketing Advertising Officer Market Researcher Marketing Manager Public Relations Officer Business (International, Finance, Trade) Export/Import Trade Business Analyst International Trade or Business Analyst Business Consultant Corporate Finance Finance Manager Financial Adviser Banker Stockbroker International Trade or Business Analyst Logistics and Supply Chain Management Transport Administrator Procurement Manager Warehouse and Distribution Manager Tourism and Event Management Event and Festival Manager Retail and Wholesale Travel Agent/Manager Hotel Management Human Resource Management Management Consultant Staff Training and Development Manager Human Resource Manager Accounting Manager/Business Management Finance Manager Taxation Officer Accountant Auditor Finance Banker Commodities or Futures Trader Financial Adviser Fund and Portfolio Manager Economics Economist Government or Corporate Policy Adviser International Trade Analyst Project Officer Market Researcher Property Property Manager Property Valuer Developer Commercial and Residential Sales Sport and Recreation Management Event Manager Charities and Fundraising Manager International Studies Consular Officer Customs Intelligence Analyst International Exchange Coordinator Quarantine Officer Government and Public Management Ministerial Adviser Policy Research Officer Project Officer Social Policy Researcher Courses The University of Adelaide Pathway Core Courses Accounting for Business Foundations of Business Law Management Principles Marketing Principles: Trading and Exchange Accounting Methods 1 Quantitative Methods for Business Elective courses Students select 2 courses Business and Society Communication and Information Systems in Business Principles of Economics The University of South Australia Pathway Core Courses Accounting for Business Business and Society Communication and Information Systems in Business Foundations of Business Law Management Principles Marketing Principles: Trading and Exchange Principles of Economics Quantitative Methods for Business GPA and credit system International Students will be eligible for admission into their University of Adelaide and University of South Australia bachelor degree program, providing they have: Completed and passed all diploma courses; and Achieved an overall grade-point average (GPA) or average percentage mark To proceed to the University of South Australia via an Eynesbury Diploma of Business, a minimum GPA of 4.0 is required. To proceed to the University of Adelaide via an Eynesbury Diploma of Business, a 65% minimum mark is required. Australian students must apply through SATAC for entry to the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. Students who gain entry will be granted credit as specified above. Course FAQ - Local (Domestic) Students Q: As a local student, who should apply? Satisfactorily completed Year 12 with a minimum ATAR score of 40 (Including bonus points) International Baccalaureate (IB) Completed all 8 courses in the Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation Program Completed or partially completed a Vocational Education Training (VET) Diploma or Higher Education Qualification Completed a VET Certificate IV qualification, or Relevant work experience [-]

Diploma of Computing and IT

Campus Full time 8 - 12 months January 2017 Australia Adelaide

The program provides the basis for specialised study in the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia degree programs in areas such as; computing, information technology, multimedia and software engineering. [+]

Diploma of Computing and IT @ a glance What? The program provides the basis for specialised study in the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia degree programs in areas such as; computing, information technology, multimedia and software engineering. In this program you will be introduced to the key skills required of an IT professional. Why? Smaller classes to allow more individual attention from your teacher. Additional academic support is provided through extra contact time with tutors and extra tutorials in mathematics and English language. Fast track your studies (complete within 8 or 12 months) 3 possible start dates – February, June and October. How? Contact us with any questions through the 'Ask a question' button above. Click 'Enrol today' to send through your application, or Click the 'Our Representatives' button below to find details of someone in your country who can help you apply. Entry into 2nd year The University of South Australia Bachelor of Business (Management of Information Technology) Bachelor of Computing (Multimedia) Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Information Technology (Games and Entertainment Design) Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Security) Bachelor of Software Engineering The University of Adelaide Bachelor of Computer Science* * 18 units credit out of 24. 24 units is equivalent to 1 year full time study load. Popular careers Computer Science Software Engineer / Developer Information Technology Manager Network Engineer Computer Programmer Information Technology Analyst / Programmer Network Administrator Software Developer Games and Entertainment Design Game Designer / Programmer Networking and Security Networking and Security Officer / Manager Business (Management of Information Technology) Business and Computer Analyst Business Consultant Information Systems Officer / Manager Information Technology Software Engineer Information Technology Manager Network Engineer Computer Programmer Business Systems Systems Analyst Project Manager IT Consultant Software Development Software Developer Software Engineering Software Engineer Computing (Multimedia) Web Designer / Developer Multimedia Designer Software Developer / Programmer Courses Information Systems Professional Practice (9 unit course) Problem Solving and Programming Information Technology Fundamentals Web and Database Development (9 unit course) Network Fundamentals Programming Fundamentals GPA and credit system International Students will be eligible for admission into their University of Adelaide and University of South Australia bachelor degree program, providing they have: Completed and passed all diploma courses; and Achieved an overall grade-point average (GPA) or average percentage mark To proceed to the University of South Australia via an Eynesbury Computing and IT, a minimum GPA of 4.0 is required. To proceed to the University of Adelaide via an Eynesbury Diploma of Computing and IT, a 65% minimum mark is required. Australian students must apply through SATAC for entry to the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. Students who gain entry will be granted credit as specified above. Course FAQ - Local (Domestic) Students Q: As a local student, who should apply? A: Students who have: Satisfactorily completed Year 12 with a minimum ATAR score of 40 (Including bonus points) International Baccalaureate (IB) Completed all 8 courses in the Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation Program Completed or partially completed a Vocational Education Training (VET) Diploma or Higher Education Qualification Completed a VET Certificate IV qualification, or Relevant work experience [-]

Diploma of Engineering

Campus Full time 8 - 12 months January 2017 Australia Adelaide

Eynesbury’s Diploma of Engineering program is designed to provide students with the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding that will enable them to articulate into 2nd Year of a range of Engineering degrees at the University of Adelaide. [+]

Diploma of Engineering @ a glance What? Eynesbury’s Diploma of Engineering program is designed to provide students with the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding that will enable them to articulate into 2nd Year of a range of Engineering degrees at the University of Adelaide. Why? Smaller classes to allow more individual attention from your teacher. Additional academic support is provided through extra contact time with tutors and extra tutorials in mathematics and English Language. Fast track your studies (Complete within 8 or 12 months) 3 possible start dates – February, June and October How? Contact us with any questions through the 'Ask a question' button above. Click 'Enrol today' to send through your application, or Click the 'Our Representatives' button below to find details of someone in your country who can help you apply. Entry into 1st year with credit exemption The University of Adelaide Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural) Bachelor of Engineering (Pharmaceutical) Entry into 2nd year of The University of Adelaide Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Aerospace) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Sports) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Computational) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Systems Engineering) Popular careers Civil and Environmental Geotechnical Engineer Water Resources Engineer Natural Resource Manager Civil and Structural Structural Engineers Materials and Testing Engineers Coastal Engineers Mining Mineral Exploration Drilling Engineer Mining engineer Architectural Civil Engineer Geotechnical Engineer Structural Engineer Chemical Winemaking Petrochemicals Biotechnology industries Pharmaceutical Nanotechnologist Pharmaceutical Engineer Researcher Mechanical Noise Control Engineer Robotics Engineer Mechanical Engineer Mechanical and Aerospace Aerospace Engineer Aircraft Engineer Instrumentation Engineer Mechanical and Sports Sports Engineer Manufacturing Engineer Mechanical Engineer Mechanical and Sustainable Energy Vibrations Engineer Sustainable Energy Engineer Mechanical Engineer Electrical and Electronic Computer Hardware Engineer Electrical/Electronic Engineer Robotics Engineer Telecommunications Engineer Mechatronic Instrumentation Engineer Robotics Engineer Electrical Engineer Computational Actuary Computer Programmer Telecommunications Analyst/Engineer Computer Systems Systems Engineer Software Engineer Network Engineer Electrical and Electronic Telecommunications Engineer Power Generation Engineer Computer Hardware Engineer Electrical and Sustainable Sustainable Energy Engineer Power Distribution Engineer Power Generation Engineer Telecommunications Radio Engineer Satellite Engineer Network Engineer Courses Core Courses Mathematics 1A Mathematics 1B Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Engineering Communication Core elective Courses Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1A AND Electrical Electronic Engineering 1B OR Introduction to Programming for Engineers AND Design Graphics and Communication Elective Courses Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1A Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1B Engineering Mechanics - Statics Design Graphics and Communication Materials Introduction to Programming for Engineers Object-Orientated Programming GPA and credit system International Students will be eligible for admission into their University of Adelaide and University of South Australia bachelor degree program, providing they have: Completed and passed all diploma courses; and Achieved an overall grade-point average (GPA) or average percentage mark To proceed to the University of South Australia via an Eynesbury Diploma of Engineering, a minimum GPA of 4.0 is required. To proceed to the University of Adelaide via an Eynesbury Diploma of Engineering, a 55% minimum mark is required. Australian students must apply through SATAC for entry to the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. Students who gain entry will be granted credit as specified above. Course FAQs Q. What overall grade will I need to advance to my chosen Bachelor Degree at the University of Adelaide? A : On successful completion of all eight courses with an average mark of at least 55%, you will be eligible for admission to one of the Bachelor degrees as indicated above. The amount of credit you will be granted varies depending on the degree you choose. Q. How do I choose the correct courses for my Diploma? A : You will choose eight courses from those identified above. The choice of the eight courses is determined by the undergraduate degree that you chose to study. Eynesbury Academic staff will advise you the most appropriate choice of courses prior to enrolment. Course FAQ - Local (Domestic) Students Q: As a local student, who should apply? A: Students who have: Satisfactorily completed Year 12 with a minimum ATAR score of 60 (Including bonus points) International Baccalaureate (IB) Completed all 8 courses in the Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation Program Completed or partially completed a Vocational Education Training (VET) Diploma or Higher Education Qualification Completed a VET Certificate IV qualification, or Relevant work experience [-]

Foundation Year

Foundation Studies Program (International Students)

Campus Full time 9 - 15 months January 2017 Australia Adelaide

The Foundation Studies Program (FSP) provides excellent preparation for tertiary study, maintains high academic standards and pays careful attention to the individual needs of international students. [+]

What? The Foundation Studies Program (FSP) provides excellent preparation for tertiary study, maintains high academic standards and pays careful attention to the individual needs of international students. FSP students will develop English language proficiency, critical thinking and research skills though an integrated core program. Why? Provides entry into all available degrees at leading South Australian and select Go8 universities. Flexible start dates and study options – Jan, April or Oct. Guaranteed places in courses providing they achieve the entry requirements and meet any prerequisites. How? Contact us with any questions through the 'Ask a question' button above. Click 'Enrol today' to send through your application, or Click the 'Our Representatives' button below to find details of someone in your country who can help you apply. Entry into 1st year of Bachelor Students offered a place in the Eynesbury Foundation Studies Program (FSP) are given a conditional offer of admission to their preferred Bachelor degree at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia, subject to achieving a pre-determined entry score. Your admission is confirmed when you complete the program and achieve the necessary entry score for your chosen degree, as set by the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. For details of entry scores for degrees, please consult the university's undergraduate prospectus. Students who complete the FSP, but do not meet the entry requirements for their preferred undergraduate degree, may be granted admission to an alternate program at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia or diploma pathway at Eynesbury. Courses Core Courses There are core courses that are compulsory for all FSP students. These courses are designed to complement each other and together develop students' English proficiency and communication skills. Students who are native speakers of English or who have IELTS above 6.0 may be able to substitute English Media and Communication Studies for Language and Communication. Language and Communication (four hours per week, 100) International Studies (two hours per week- half course, 50) Clear Thinking and Logic (two hours per week - half course, 50) Assessment is based on work completed throughout the year and on a final examination held at the end of the course. Each full course is marked out of 100 and the marks of 2 half load courses are added together and counted as one full course. An aggregate score of 500 is calculated. Electives to be chosen from the following streams: Depending on the degree pathway, students must take at least three electives (3 x 100). Each elective course requires students to attend four hours of classes per week. In addition, students are timetabled for two, two-hour supported study periods each week. Students will develop the discipline-specific skills required for their undergraduate study through their choice of elective courses. In most streams students can select from a wide range of electives. However, some University degrees have prerequisites. Eynesbury's academic staff will advise students at course selection during orientation. Business Accounting Economics Fundamentals of Mathematics Mathematics Psychology Science Additional Mathematics Biology Chemistry Environmental Studies Fundamentals of Mathematics Mathematics Physics Engineering Additional Mathematics Chemistry Mathematics Physics Health Sciences Biology Chemistry Fundamentals of Mathematics Mathematics Psychology Humanities English - Media and Communication Studies Environmental Studies Modern History Politics Psychology Science Biology Chemistry Environmental Studies Mathematics Additional Mathematics Fundamentals of Mathematics Physics Psychology Streams are indicative only and students may choose any combination of courses, subject to prerequisite requirements. Extended FSP The Extended FSP is suitable for students who need to develop their English language skills or undertake further study in key academic areas. Students in the Extended FSP undertake an additional term (10/11 weeks) to the Standard FSP students. Upon successful completion of the Extended FSP, students move into the Standard FSP. Extended Core Courses Academic Writing Research and Critical Enquiry Mathematics Extended Elective Courses Students select 2 courses relevant to their chosen pathway stream Accounting Additional Mathematics Biology Chemistry Economics Environmental Studies Physics Psychology Assessment Students must achieve a passing grade of 50% or above in the Extended FSP to proceed to the Standard FSP Extended FSP results are not used in the calculation of the Standard FSP score Course FAQ Q: What does Standard and Extended FSP mean? A: The Standard Foundation Studies Program takes 9 months to complete. The January and April intakes prepares students for entry to university in February of the following year, while the October intake prepares students for entry to courses in July. Extended FSP is a 15 month program that begins in October and ends in December the following year. The Extended FSP is suitable for students who require some additional language development and/or revision in key academic areas. Q: Which degrees cannot be packaged with FSP? A: The University of Adelaide - Medicine, Dental Surgery, Oral Health, Psychology (Honours), Science (Pre-Veterinary) and Music programs. University of South Australia - Education, Podiatry, and Occupational Therapy. Students may still apply for entry into these bachelor degrees subject to meeting entry requirements. Admission is competitive and based on academic performance and possibly, other selection criteria (test/interview). Q: What is a Go8 university? A: The Group of Eight (Go8) is a group of leading Australian universities which are leaders in research and general and professional education. The members of the Go8 include: The University of Adelaide, The University of Queensland, The University of Sydney, The University of Melbourne, The Australian National University, The University of Western Australia, The University of New South Wales, and Monash University. Q: How many courses do I need to study in the Foundation Studies Program? A: Students are required to study 3 core courses and 3 elective courses from the streams above. Q: How will my studies be assessed? A: Assessment is based on work completed throughout the year and on a final examination held at the end of the course. Each full course is marked out of 100 and the marks of 2 half load courses are added together and counted as one full course. An aggregate score of 500 is calculated. [-]