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How long does it take to study in Uniprep?
Every year Uniprep has four intakes with different duration:
- February: 9 months
- May: 6.5 months
- July: 10 months
- September: 8 months
What are the requirements to join Uniprep?
- Prospective students originating from high school in Indonesia must have completed high school grade 3 or grade 2 high school with satisfactory grades, while prospective students of international schools must have completed IGCSE or Year 11/12.
- Have a TOEFL score (197/525) or IELTS (5.5) as the standard of English language proficiency. Prospective students will also follow the English entrance test organized by Uniprep.
- If the prospective student already has a minimum IELTS score of 5.5 (for the overall score and each band is not below 5.0) then he does not need to follow the English test in Uniprep. Just need Math test only.
- Following the Math entrance test organized by Uniprep.
- 16 years old to enroll at Uniprep and 17 years old at the time of entry into university.
What is the purpose of Uniprep program?
Uniprep is a pre-university program or foundation study conducted by The University of New South Wales Foundation Studies in Jakarta since 1994. Uniprep prepares high school graduates or international student in Indonesia to successfully continue their studies for international universities, especially universities in Australia. Uniprep academic programs are monitored, and accredited by The University of New South Wales (UNSW Foundation Studies / UFS).
What are the advantages of the Uniprep program?
- Uniprep is the longest and most successful Pre-university program in Indonesia. More than 1,800 students here graduated from Uniprep and 85% went to universities in Australia and 50% of students continued their studies at UNSW.
- Uniprep provides guaranteed placement at UNSW for students who successfully complete the program.
- Students can save time can save the cost of study.
- Uniprep is a pre-university program that is the most effective in Jakarta.
- UniStart, a division associated with Uniprep, will assist in the placement of students at universities in Australia, visas for students, and accommodation in Australia.
How many streams does Uniprep have?
- Four Streams :
- Physical Science Stream
- Commerce Stream
- Arts & Social Science Stream
- Design Stream
What subjects are studied in Uniprep?
- Physical Science Stream:
Academic English, Mathematics Science, Chemistry, Physics, Computing Studies.
Academic English, Mathematics Commerce, Economics, Accounting, Australian Legal Studies, Computing Studies
Arts & Social Science Stream:
Academic English, Essential of Mathematics, Economics, Australian Studies, Computing Studies
Academic English, Essential of Mathematics, Design, Australian Studies, Computing Studies.
LIVING IN AUSTRALIA
Why should I study in Australia?
Australia is a multicultural country, a melting pot for over 600,000 international students across 140 countries. Recent surveys conducted by Studies in Australia indicate four main reasons why international students choose to study in Australia:
- Globally recognised courses and institutions
- Lively and multicultural lifestyle
- Reasonable study costs
- Beautiful weather and landscapes
How can I study in Australia? What is the enrolment process?
Application and enrolment procedures vary for each institution, but if you are studying thorugh Uniprep we have a specific department that will help you to process your enrolment to universities in Australia or other countries.
How much will it cost to study in Australia?
Tuition fees will vary depending on the course and institution. Average annual tuition fee will be varied from AUD 25,000 to AUD 45,000. And Living Cost ranging from AUD 1500 to AUD 3500
Can I work during my studies in Australia?
Yes, you can work while you’re studying in Australia. International students are permitted to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during study periods and unlimited hours during study breaks. There are no work restrictions for students completing a masters by research or doctoral degree. For more information about student visas and working rights, please visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
Can I change my course or institution if I don’t like it?
Yes, you can — although there are strict conditions and steps set by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection that you will need to meet and follow.
ADMINISTRATIVE & VISA
How to apply for a Student Visa?
The student visa is approved only if combined with an accredited course provided by some Australia’s schools. Visa is associated to the confirmation of enrollment (COE = Confirmation Of Enrollment), which identifies starting and ending date of the course. You have to apply for a course and pay your tuition fee before you can be granted an Australian Students Visa.
Before you apply for student visa, you must have been accepted to study full-time in a registered course at an educational institution in Australia organized appropriate welfare arrangements for the duration of your intended stay in Australia if you are under 18 years of age.
How much is the Visa Application Fee?
The cost of this visa is $ 535 Australian, payable with Cash or Credit Card, if you are applying in Indonesia you will be applying through VFS Global http://www.vfs-au-id.com/
Once you have completed your Uniprep Course, our students services counseling center will help you to process your visa application.
Can I work with a Student Visa?
This visa allows you to work legally part time (up to 40 hours every 2 weeks) during courses period and full time during course pauses.
Part-time work in Australia (4-5 hours per day) is really well paid and available everywhere: you can cover costs of accommodation, food, transport and still save some money. School schedules will easily combine with your work.
To work you must have a Tax File Number. A bank account for payment processing would be useful too.
What documents should be submitted during the visa application?
- Visa Application Form
- Passport Size Photographs
- Valid Passport
- Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (e-COE)
- Letter of Offer
- Overseas Student Health Cover-OSHC
- Birth Certificate
- Family Card
- Academic Transcript
- Medical Check Up Receipt
- Proof of Financial Capability with minimum $30,000/year
- Bank Statement
- Sponsorship Letter
- Other related documents
What type of accommodation are available for International students in Australia?
International students who choose to study in Australia have a large range of accommodation options from which to choose. However, students need to be aware that housing at Australian universities is very different from what many international students will be used to, because Australian universities provide little or no university housing. It is not nonexistent, but most students at Australian universities live off-campus, whether through homestay programs, hostels, or rental properties.
Homestay programs involve an international student living with an Australian family in their home, and it is a great way for international students to fully integrate themselves into Australian life. These programs are popular with secondary students or students enrolled in short-term English courses. Single or shared rooms are generally available, and costs vary by type of room, but are usually between A$110 and A$270 per week. Although meals are generally covered under the cost, self-catered homestay is also available. Students can generally find that their institution’s accommodation services keep a register of approved and reputable homestay providers. For more information on various homestay companies and packages, please see the homestay section of our website.
Hostel and Guest House Accommodation
Some international students may choose to stay in hostel or guest house accommodations. Kitchen and bathroom facilities are shared, and students cook for themselves in this type of accommodation. At around A$80-A$135 a week, these accommodations tend to be cheaper than university or homestay accommodations. They also provide a valuable opportunity for social interaction amongst international students.
Many students in Australia choose to share the cost of a rental property with several housemates. Students who choose this type of housing may either move into a pre-established household, or they may set up a household with friends. Students generally have to provide some or all of the household’s furniture, as rental properties are rarely furnished. Rental accommodations generally cost around A$100-A$400 per week, and shared rental accommodations cost around A$70-A$250 per week. These accommodations usually require payment of rent in advance, as well as a security payment, which is generally equal to one month’s rent, paid up front.
Although the majority of Australian students live off-campus, some Australian universities do provided housing for their students through residential colleges, halls of residence, or apartments. Prices and availability of accommodations vary according to the university, so international students should contact their institution prior to their arrival in Australia. Students should also apply early, as these accommodation options are limited and very popular. Generally, on-campus accommodation costs around A$80-A$250 per week.
Residential colleges provide students with accommodation, meals, cleaning, and a range of services for social and academic needs. Because of the wide range of services offered, they are generally more expensive than halls of residence, which also offer accommodations, but with fewer added services than residential colleges. Halls of residence accommodations include some meals and cleaning services, but self-catering facilities are also available for students who wish to be more independent.
Some universities offer apartments either on or close to campus for their students to rent. Under this accommodation, students have security of university-provided housing, as well as the independence of fully self-catered living. There is a wide range of accommodation options available to students in Australia, so students should put thought into choosing the option that best fits their needs. On average, 90-100% of students in Australia live off-campus, so there are plenty of off-campus housing options from which to choose. However, this also means that the demand for housing is high, particularly housing situated close to campus. International students are encouraged to arrive in Australia two to three weeks before the start of orientation so as to get situated before classes begin.