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Preparing to study in Australia

Studying abroad can feel like a challenge, navigating cultural contrasts and unfamiliar customs in everyday life. This course will help you get off to a flying start, with advice and guidance from experts, setting you up for success in Australia!

 

20 hours easy to follow learning material
 
Interactive learning environment
 
Course materials prepared by English Language professionals

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Dates Duration Weekly Study Mode of Delivery
2 weeks 20 hoursOnline

This Course includes:

✔️ Advice and guidance to help you get the most from your time in Australia. Specifically designed for students travelling to Australia

✔️ Preparation for your academic journey by getting familiar with the English language and exploring everyday life’s practices, norms, and customs.

✔️ Explanation of  what’s expected of students, teaching styles, and social situations, along with where to get help from others on a wide range of subjects during your time in Australia.

by joining this course, you'll be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the practices, norms, and customs of everyday life in Australia's education system.
  • Reflect on how international students can prepare for success and enjoyment the Australia.
  • Describe what to expect in terms of behaviour, teaching styles and social interaction.
  • Understand timetables and daily routines in Australia's Higher Education.
  • Reflect on any cultural differences that may impact your experience and understand how to navigate challenging situations with confidence.
  • Understand where to seek help and support from others.

Course Details:

You’ll study the topics below independently using a variety of learning materials – for example, recorded presentations, articles, and case studies.

Topic 1: Understanding English

Common accent traits, varied vowel sounds.
Common nonliteral language.
Phrasal verbs, sayings, metaphors, synonyms; techniques for familiarisation.
Techniques for study and familiarisation.

Topic 2: Communication

Email routines, etiquette, and style.
Interpreting and following instructions.
Communicating effectively with classmates.

Topic 3: What is expected of students?

Preparing to attend classes – what to take with you
Individual study responsibilities.
Attendance and homework.
Self-reflection and goal setting.
Methods of engagement: emails, portals, noticeboards, etc.

Topic 4: Education in Australia

Modes of learning; Lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials.
Methods of assessment.
Plagiarism, citations, and referencing.

Topic 5: Outside the classroom

Dealing with common administrative tasks.
Understanding utility bills, healthcare, and travel.
Opening and managing bank accounts.
Securing part-time work to support your studies. Preparing a CV.

Topic 6: Steps towards a successful future

Current actions for future success – planning for the bigger picture.
Understanding post-education pathways.

This course runs in two parts and consists of six modules covering a diverse range of themes.

This course includes:

Approximately 20 hours of asynchronous self-directed study through a series of themed topics each focussing on separate aspects of university life in Australia. This course is asynchronous, so you can complete it at your own speed and access it from a number of devices. We recommend using a laptop or PC, though you can also use a mobile phone or tablet.
Lessons are typically broken down into; Video Content, Reading Materials, Multiple choice quiz questions, and Interactive digital activities to cement learning and test knowledge.

At the end of the course, there will be a multiple-choice quiz to check your understanding. Answering 90% correctly will bring the course to an end and you will receive your certificate. The test can be taken multiple times.

When you’ve finished the course, you’ll receive a certificate from Oxford International Digital Institute as evidence that you’ve attended and passed the course.

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