THE UNSW, AUSTRALIA LAUNCHES TWO NEW DIPLOMA PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
The University of New South Wales is ranked 45th in the world and falls among the top choices of employers for graduates. About 14,000 international students from different parts of the world study in the UNSW. The university offers 900 degree courses across 9 verticals.
This leading research-intensive university has declared the launch of two new Diploma Programs in 2018. The intakes for these two programs will start form September, 2018.
The two Programs, namely: Diploma in Engineering, and Diploma in Science will act as excellent new options for international students who want to study in Australia. Through these programs, international students will be able to seek admission at UNSW in undergraduate programs in
Engineering and Science from second year onwards. The students pursuing these two programmes will be given both diploma and degree qualifications at the same time.
The main aim of these diploma programs is to enhance English language and communication skills of the students. In addition to this, the programs will provide education based on the first year degree course, along with one-to-one learning experience.
Foreign students will be able to enhance their language, academic, and communication skills while attaining education equivalent to first year Engineering or Science subjects. The additional teaching support will enable them to keep pace with their classmates when they get enrolled in the second year of their degree at UNSW.
The launch of these two courses has opened new doors of opportunity for students seeking to pursue their undergraduate studies in Australia. Besides this, it is also a great opportunity for the students to enhance their language and academic skills along with studying undergraduate Engineering and Science degree courses.