ISA calls for registration for university-assist foundation course

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With only two months left before partial foundation-course students complete their current course studies, International Students Access (ISA) is getting set for its next batch of enrolments.

ISA offers foundation courses, which are one-year study programs designed especially for international students as a pathway to university. Foundation streams offered by universities include business, IT, engineering, design and nursing. The purpose of these courses is to prepare and transition students for Australian undergraduate studies.

After successfully completing the foundation program, students can gain direct entry into their desired undergraduate program.

ISA is an Australian-based education agency with a long-term commitment to diverse communities. The organisation aims to provide free advice to international students here in Australia regarding their choice of courses and institutions. In placing students at educational institutions, the ISA staff are guided by the students’ own goals and preferences. There is no bias in choosing any one institution.

For more information, visit: https://www.internationalstudentsaccess.com/; or call student consultants on (02) 9002 0465

 

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