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Western Sydney University

Overview


Western Sydney University is a large, student-centred, research-led University, embracing Australia’s global city, Sydney. In particular, Western Sydney is one of the most economically significant and fastest growing regions in Australia.

Established in 1989, the University can proudly trace its history back to 1891 through the Hawkesbury Agricultural College. Today the University has over 170,000 alumni, 44,000 students and 3,500 staff. 

The University is now ranked in all major global university ranking systems and in the top three per cent of universities worldwide, as well as the world’s top 100 universities under 50 years of age according to the prestigious Times Higher Education rankings. 

The University continues to build its profile as a research leader in Australia – a result of investment in its research strengths and facilities – and is nurturing the next generation of researchers. In the Excellence in Research for Australia national report, 80 per cent of the University’s assessed research is rated at world standard or above.

The University’s excellence in all these areas culminates in its focus on students – over 60 per cent of whom are first in their family to attend university – and this is reflected in the national Course Experience Questionnaire, rating the University’s student satisfaction above the sector average.

As technology continues to evolve, the University continues to offer a growing range of flexible, online degrees. Opened in January 2017, the University’s purpose-built, high-rise campus in Parramatta CBD is one of Australia’s most technologically sophisticated university campuses.

As part of the University’s rebranding in 2015, the multi award-winning ‘Unlimited’ campaign featured some of the many exceptional stories of the University’s alumni who serve as strong ambassadors and role models for future generations of students. Western Sydney University graduates achieve rewarding careers that make real contributions to societal change, lifting the pride of students, staff and the community.

The University believes the potential for success is unlimited for those with drive, talent, confidence and ambition. The University’s graduates create an impact professionally and make a lasting difference in their communities, locally and globally.

Location : Australia ,New South Wales

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Admission


Academic Entry Requirements
Admission to Western Sydney University is highly competitive and is on the basis of academic merit. International students are required to meet the same standards as Australian residents. The following qualifications are the minimum acceptable levels for eligibility and you should not assume that because you have met the minimum level you will be offered a place at the university. It should be noted that certain courses may have special or higher entry requirements.
These are general guides only. Refer to the course description for the specific requirements of each degree program. Some programs may also require evidence of relevant work experience.
Bachelor degrees- undergraduate study
 
 
Graduate Diploma
An applicant for a Graduate Diploma Program must either hold:
  • A Bachelor degree, or
  • An overseas qualification from a recognised university or tertiary institution that is equivalent to a Bachelor degree.
Masters degrees - postgraduate study
An applicant for a Masters coursework degree program must either hold:
  • A Bachelor degree, or
  • An overseas qualification from a recognised university or tertiary institution that is equivalent to a Bachelor degree, or
  • A Graduate Diploma from a recognised tertiary institution or university.
Research degrees
An applicant to the degree of Masters (Honours) must either hold:
  • A Bachelor degree, or
  • An overseas degree from a recognised university or tertiary institution that is equivalent to an Bachelor degree, or
  • Qualifications that are recognised as equivalent to those listed above.
An applicant for a PhD program must either hold:
  • A Masters degree by research, or
  • A Bachelor (Hons) degree with Class 1 or Class 2 division 1 honours, or
  • A demonstrated capacity for research in a discipline deemed to be acceptable to the university.
Please note:
All Research degree students must submit a Research Proposal with their Application for Admission.
This proposal will be assessed by senior academic staff for relevance to research programs, availability of appropriate supervisors, and the ability of the applicant to carry out high-level research. It may take several weeks before students receive approval. 
 
English Language Entry Requirements
All international students must have a good command of written and spoken English.
If your first language is English or if you can provide satisfactory evidence that English was the medium of instruction in your secondary or tertiary studies (secondary or tertiary studies completed within 2 years at the time of your commencement at Western Sydney University), you may be considered as meeting the requirement of proficiency in English.
If English is not your first language or was not the medium of instruction in your secondary or tertiary studies, you are required to demonstrate your proficiency in the English language by achieving a prescribed level in an approved English examination or test before you can receive a full offer of a place.
Your English language proficiency test must be no more than two years old at the time of your commencement at Western Sydney University.
Program/ Discipline
IELTS (Academic version)
TOEFL internet-based score
Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE)
Other
All undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses (except the below)
6.5 overall score,
minimum 6.0 in each subtest
Total score 82 
Writing 21, Speaking 18, Reading 13, Listening 13         
58 overall; No communication skills less than 50
 
Master of Teaching degrees
7.5 overall score,
minimum 7.0 in reading and writing,
minimum 8.0 for speaking and listening
Total score 105
Writing 24; Speaking 26; 
Listening 28 and Reading 24
78 overall; Speaking 79; 
Listening 79; Reading 65;  Writing 65
 
Bachelor of Medicine/
Bachelor of Surgery and Master of Clinical Psychology
7.0 overall score,
minimum 7.0 in each subtest
Total score 100
Writing 27 and
Subtests 22                                     
Not applicable
 
The College diplomas
6.0 overall score,
minimum 5.5 in each subtest
Total score 70
Writing 20; Speaking 16; 
Listening and Reading 11
50 overall; No communication skills less than 42
 
The College University Foundation Studies
5.5 overall score,
minimum 5.0 in writing 
Total 59 score
Writing 18
42 overall; No communication skills less than 36
 
The College University Foundation Studies
(Health Science and Nursing)
6.0 overall score, minimum 5.0 in writing 
Total 80 score
Writing 21
50 overall; No communication skills less than 40 
 

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