UNSW Institute of Languages Elite Program UNSWIL offers customised Elite Programs including English language courses for credit for student groups from universities. UNSWIL has successfully run programs for partner institutions from a range of countries and many of these are repeat clients, reflecting a high level of customer satisfaction. The UNSW Institute of Languages works in close consultation with the partner institution in planning, developing and implementing courses for credit. The courses are tailored to suit the requirements of the partner institution and the individual needs of its students.
Course for Credit Program in Australia for Thammasat University Course duration 5 weeks (100 hours of tuition at 20 hours per week) Course commencement 21 May – 22 June, 2012 Course type A 5 week integrated program in Academic English
FEE S Enrollment Fee Tuition 20 hours of face to face tuition Homestay Placement Homestay Accommodation and Part Board Airport transfers Weekend excursion to The Blue Mountains Featherdale Wildlife Park Featherdale Wildlife Park Blue Mountains
นักศึกษามหาวิทยาลัยธรรมศาสตร์ สามารถเทียบโอนวิชาภาษาอังกฤษ (EG) ได้ 2 วิชา 6 หน่วยกิต ในภาคฤดูร้อน ที่ รายวิชาของ University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney ประเทศออสเตรเลีย วิชาที่เปิดเทียบโอนวิชาบังคับก่อน 1. IEAP: Introduction to English for Academic Purposes EG216: English Structure (3 หน่วยกิต ) EL172 หรือได้รับยกเว้น 2.AE 1: Academic English 1 EG231: Paragraph Writing (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG241: Listening-Speaking 1 (3 หน่วยกิต ) EL172 หรือได้รับยกเว้น 3.AE 2: Academic English 2 EG221: Reading for Information (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG232: Essay Writing (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG242: Listening-Speaking 2 (3 หน่วยกิต ) EL172 หรือได้รับยกเว้น EG231 หรือได้รับ ยกเว้น EG241 หรือได้รับยกเว้น 4.AE 3: Academic English 3 EG 331: Expository Writing (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG341: Listening-Speaking 3 (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG232 หรือได้รับยกเว้น EG242 หรือได้รับ ยกเว้น 5.UEEC 15: University English Entry Course EG321: Reading for Academic Purposes (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG332: Argumentative Writing (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG342: Listening-Speaking 4(3 หน่วยกิต ) EG222 EG 331 EG341 6ABEC 1EG376: Business Writing (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG232 หรือได้รับยกเว้น 7. ABEC 2EG378: English for Business Organization (3 หน่วยกิต ) EG231 หรือได้รับยกเว้น และ EG242 หรือ ได้รับยกเว้น 8. TOP: Tertiary Orientation ProgramEG 438: Report Writing (3 หน่วยกิต )EG 332
Name Key: ABEC:Advanced English for Business Communication AE:Academic English IEAP: Introduction to English for Academic Purposes UEEC: University English Entry Course
English Language Preparation Indicator for entry to UNSW based on IELTS scores. IELTS band On entry (overall) IELTS Writing score on entry Minimum weeks of English language preparation required for entry to UNSW Postgraduate or Undergraduate programs UNSW Institute of Languages: Course placement 6.5+ (full offer for UNSW) 6.0 (in all modules) OptionalTertiary Orientation Program (TOP) 6.0 10University English Entry Course (UEEC) 6.05.515Academic English Level 3 5.5 20 Academic English Level 3 or Test Preparation Course 5.0 30Academic English Level 2 4.5 40Academic English Level 1 4.54.0 45Introduction to English for Academic Purposes Below 4.550+General English
Integrated Academic English Program Skills include: - Critical Thinking - Essay and academic texts - Listening in an academic context - Discussion and presentation skills - Pronunciation - Grammar
The Academic English Program commences at a lower intermediate level with introduction to Academic English (IAE) and language skills are developed progressively through Academic English (AE) 1, 2, 3. All levels include participation in educational excursions and cultural activities and use of the Learning Support Unit for self- directed learning. Assessment includes: - Examinations - on-going performance in the classroom
Integrated Business English Program Course content includes: - Professional writing skills - Grammar improvement - Listening skills practice - Learning specific business vocabulary - Media studies, focusing on business news - Pronunciation practice, personal and at class level - The language of meeting, with role play practice
On arrival, the students will be tested for English proficiency and interviewed in order to assess their preferred area of study and placed in the appropriate course and level Assessment: - Ongoing assessment in class based on clearly focused tasks - Seminar Presentation or speaking tasks - Essay/Writing tasks - Tests during and at the end of the course - Participation in class - Homework tasks and special assignments based on researching topics and spoken presentations
Sample Timetable Sample Timetable for Academic English Morning Schedule TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 9:00-11:00 amReading: skimming and scanning texts Grammar for Writing: e.g. use of modals, nominalisation Writing 1: short essay Seminar presentation Writing 2: research based essay writing 11.30-1.30pmListening and note taking skills for lectures Academic discussion: turn taking, giving opinions, refuting arguments Language Laboratory, including pronunciation Assignment writing, research skills Critical Thinking analysing texts
EXCURSIONS Students may also participate in a range of appropriate excursions and field trips including: The Art Gallery of NSW Visits to UNSW Student Associations/clubs City sights tour Bondi to Bronte coastal walk Weekend excursions can also be arranged to visit the Blue Mountains to give the students first-hand experience of life in Australia
WELCOME & ORIENTATION PROGRAM On arrival in Australia, students are involved in a specially designed Orientation Program which includes introduction to the staff at the Institute, information on the course, information on the services available including: - accommodation - counselling (academic and personal) - sporting - recreation activities
ACCOMMODATION Homestay accomodation is available for students and staff participating in the program. Breakfast and evening dinner are provided on Monday to Friday. Homestay families are generally around 20 minutes travelling time from the Institute by public transport.
L IVING IN SYDNEY Climate Autumn: March to May Winter:June to August City is renowned for its sunshine; there’s only an average 23 days a year when the sun doesn’t shine.
C OST OF LIVING A student living in Homestay accommodation would require approximately AUD$370 per week to live in reasonable comfort. Some approximate costs include: Lunches (weekdays)= $45 per week Cup of coffee= $10-$15 per week Coca-cola= $1.90 per litre Instant noodles= $1.15 per 100 gms Bus ticket= $1.80 up to 2 sections, or 3km