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Study at St. Paul's International College Australia

A Catholic Co-educational Boarding College



St. Paul's International College has an outstanding record of academic achievement, with an estimated 95% of its students progressing to Australian universities each year.

Courses at St. Paul's International College

English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School

Years 7-10

Preliminary Year 11

Year 12 " Higher School Certificate

English for academic purposes (EAP)

University of New South Wales (UNSW) Foundation Year

The College courses, offered to both Australian residents and overseas students, are designed to prepare students for entry to university.

St. Paul's International College has an outstanding record of academic achievement, with an estimated 95% of its students progressing to Australian universities each year.

The English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School is a language-based course aimed at preparing students both linguistically and academically for their approved courses.

The EAP course prepares students for the academic language demands of the UNSW Foundation Year course.

Courses for Years 9, 10, 11 and 12 at St Paul's are accredited by the New South Wales Board of Studies, which is a state government body.

Students who enrol for the Higher School Certificate course enter the Preliminary Year (Year 11) and, on completion of all course requirements, progress to Year 12.

Pathways to University at St. Paul's International College

St. Paul's International College delivers the Foundation Year Certificate program under licence agreement from the University of New South Wales

The St. Paul's International School CRICOS Provider No. 00379J

The University of New South Wales CRICOS Provider No. 00098G

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English Language (ELICOS) Courses

Our language courses are designed to prepare students linguistically and academically for participation in Australian high school and university programmes. The teachers, trained and experienced in teaching English as a second and foreign language, focus on the skills necessary for overseas students to achieve their academic goals.

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English Language Briding Course for Secondary School

The St. Paul's International College English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School is a 30 hour-per-week English language programme that provides intensive instruction and practice in the skills of:

Speaking

Reading

Writing

Listening.

English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School also includes specific language instruction in academic subjects such as Computing, Commerce, Mathematics, Science and Religion Studies.

Classes are highly structured and class numbers are small, enabling each student to achieve their personal best. The English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School classes at the College are dynamic, motivating environments. Students are given ample opportunity to learn and use English relevant to future study pathways, cultural integration and their successful functioning in the College environment.

A number of excursions are provided to introduce students to Australian culture and our unique environment. Students enjoy day trips to Sydney, Canberra, the south coast and surrounding areas.

On successful completion of the St. Paul's International College English Language Bridging Course for Secondary School, students progress directly to one of the following:

The School Certificate -Year 10

The Higher School Certificate (HSC) -Years 11 and 12

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

The University of New South Wales Foundation Year (UFY)

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English for Academic Purposes

English for Academic Purposes*(EAP) is a 30 hour-per-week programme that provides intensive English language instruction in all subject areas:

Academic English

Mathematics

Computing Studies

Religion Studies

Commerce Stream (Accounting, Economics & Legal Studies)

or

Science Stream (Physics and Chemistry)

The EAP learning program equips students with the language skills necessary for academic success. There are two streams in EAP: Science and Commerce. All subjects within EAP introduce students to the skills and language necessary to undertake that subject at a deeper level in UNSW Foundation Year course. Class numbers are restricted ensuring that each student can learn at their particular level. The EAP class environment offers a studious, cooperative atmosphere in which students can receive individual assistance.

On successful completion of the St. Paul's International College English for Academic Purposes course, students progress directly to the University of New South Wales Foundation Year (UFY).

*To be eligible for entry into the EAP course, students must have completed at least 5 years of high school and achieved an IELTS (Academic) score of 5.0.

School Certificate (Years 7, 8, 9, 10) Course 063101G

St. Paul's International College is accredited by the NSW Board of Studies to offer high school courses, years 7-10.

This programme provides the knowledge and skills necessary to undertake subjects in Years 11 and 12, and to participate fully in the wider community.

The course allows for both internal and external assessment of performance in each subject.

The College offers the following subjects:

Religion

English

Mathematics

Science

History

Language

Geography

Technology and Applied Studies

Creative Arts (Visual Arts & Music)

Personal Development, Health & Physical Education

To be eligible for year 7, students must have completed year 6 or an equivalent.

To be eligible for year 8, students must have completed year 7 or an equivalent.

To be eligible for year 9, students must have completed year 8 or an equivalent.

To be eligible to enter the school certificate program (year 10), students must have completed year 9 or an equivalent.

Higher School Certificate (HSC) Course 063102F

The HSC is a qualification recognised by all universities in Australia and New Zealand, as well as many universities in the United Kingdom and Europe, the United States and Canada, and many Asian countries including Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.

St. Paul's International College is accredited by the NSW Board of Studies to offer the HSC programme.

Candidates for the HSC must undertake a programme of study comprising a minimum of:

12 units of Preliminary Courses (Year 11)

10 units of HSC Courses (Year 12)

These units must include at least two units in English and incorporate at least four subjects. The College offers a range of courses equivalent to two units each. These 2-Unit subjects are:

Religion (1-Unit)

English

Mathematics

Economics

Business Studies

Legal Studies

Software Development and Technology

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Visual Arts

Chinese for Background Speakers

Chinese for Beginners

More advanced (Extension) courses are available in English and Mathematics.

To be eligible to enter the HSC programme in Year 11, students must have completed the School Certificate (Year 10) or an equivalent.

Overseas students must have completed at least four years of high school and achieved a minimum IELTS (Academic) score of 4.5.

University of New South Wales Foundation Year (UFY)

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St. Paul's International College delivers the Foundation Year Certificate program under licence agreement from the University of New South Wales.

The programme subjects are specified by the University, and are recognised as meeting the requirements for entry to university degree courses. Successful completion of the programme enables students to matriculate into universities in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.

UFY programmes offered at St. Paul's International College follow two academic streams: Science and Commerce.

Stream Subjects Credit Units UNSW Degree Course

Science Academic English 10

Students who complete the programme in the Science stream will be eligible to enter one of the following university degree courses:

Engineering

Science

Applied Science

Mathematics

Medicine

Health Science

Mathematics 12

Chemistry 10

Physics 10

Computing 6

Commerce Academic English 10

Students who complete the programme in the Commerce stream will be eligible to enter one of the following university degree courses:

Law

Business

Commerce

Economics

Computing

Information Technology

Social Science

Economics 12

Legal Studies 6

Mathematics 10

Accounting 4

Computing 6

To be eligible for entry into the UNSW Foundation Year, students must have completed at least five years of high school and achieved an IELTS (Academic) score of 5.5



Commerce


Academic English

Economics

Legal Studies

Mathematics

Accounting

Computing


10

12

  6

10

  4

  6


Students who complete the program in the Commerce stream will be eligible to enter one of the following university degree courses:

  • Law
  • Business
  • Commerce
  • Economics
  • Computing
  • Information Technology
  • Social Science


University of New South Wales Foundation Year (UFY)





St. Paul's International College delivers the Foundation Year Certificate program under licence agreement from the University of New South Wales.



The programme subjects are specified by the University, and are recognised as meeting the requirements for entry to university degree courses. Successful completion of the programme enables students to matriculate into universities in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.



UFY programmes offered at St. Paul's International College follow two academic streams: Science and Commerce.

Stream

Subjects

Credit Units

UNSW Degree Course

Science

Academic English

10



Students who complete the programme in the Science stream will be eligible to enter one of the following university degree courses:

  • Engineering
  • Science
  • Applied Science
  • Mathematics
  • Medicine
  • Health Science
 

Mathematics

12

Chemistry

10

Physics

10

Computing

6

Commerce

Academic English

10



Students who complete the programme in the Commerce stream will be eligible to enter one of the following university degree courses:

  • Law
  • Business
  • Commerce
  • Economics
  • Computing
  • Information Technology
  • Social Science

Economics

12

Legal Studies

6

Mathematics

10

Accounting

4

Computing

6

To be eligible for entry into the UNSW Foundation Year, students must have completed at least five years of high school and achieved an IELTS (Academic) score of 5.5

Student Services

St. Paul's offers a range of services designed to help students settle into a new country and learning environment as quickly and as smoothly as possible. The College staff are always available to help students with any concerns that they may have. The services provided for students include:

  • Separate male and female boarding residences, where each student has his/her own centrally heated study bedroom
  • Modern accommodation facilities, including a laundry, relaxation and tutorial areas and well-kept gardens and sports fields
  • Boarding supervision by resident staff experienced in counselling and pastoral care
  • Supervised study periods each evening and regular tutorial groups with specialist teachers
  • A qualified nurse always on hand to provide medical advice and treatment
  • A range of organised leisure activities, which also involves a number of sports and community organisations, providing an opportunity to experience and contribute to life in the local community
  • A team of international chefs to provide a well-balanced range of international and Australian cuisine
  • Airport pick-up
  • Individual help with visas, medical insurance, banking and the postal system
  • Medical and dental assistance from bilingual professionals
  • Communication facilities such as email, telephone and faxes
  • Personalised advice on career and further study options, such as university entrance.

CONTACT

Sr. Angelina Fong

463 Argyle Street, Moss Vale, NSW 2577,  Australia

Tel: 612 48682211  Fax: 612 48681610

Email: srangelina@spic.nsw.edu.au

Website: www.spic.nsw.edu.au

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463 Argyle Street, Moss Vale, NSW 2577,  Australia

Tel: 612 4868 2211 

Fax: 612 48681610

Email: srangelina@spic.nsw.edu.au

Website: www.spic.nsw.edu.au



 
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