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Australian Pacific College - Sydney (Kent Street)

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189 Kent Street, Ground Floor, ADC Building , Sydney (view map)

About Australian Pacific College - Sydney (Kent Street)

With 25 years delivering quality education programs in Australia and 13 university pathways, APC education group offers the perfect combination of ELICOS and VET training packages for your students in Australia.

Our ELICOS provider, English Unlimited, offers specialised NEAS quality endorsed English programs designed to meet student academic and professional goals.
Students at English Unlimited get 20 hours a week of teaching + 8 hours of optional classes and a host of extras such as excursions, our EU library, mock tests and official Cambridge pretesting.

Once students reach their language goals, they can choose to move onto our vocational provider Australian Pacific College offering a range of vocational courses from Certificate II level up to Advanced Diplomas in a variety of disciplines.
With 8 campuses to choose from 4 cities, APC students can travel around Australia while they study at no extra cost.

Sports

  • Golf

Additional Services

  • Airport/Station transfer
  • Student counselling
  • Facilities for students with disabilities

Accommodation

  • Host family accommodation
  • Own apartment
  • In hotel/guesthouse
  • Shared Apartment
  • Student Residence

Work and Further Studies

  • Work experience / internship with local companies

Activities

  • Cultural tourism (theater, museum, etc.)
  • Historical sightseeing
  • Dancing
  • Cooking
  • On campus events
  • Volunteering
  • Local cultural events (festivals, etc.)

Courses

General English

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This course is for students aged: 16-70

Levels: Advanced, Basic, Intermediate

Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students

Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk


This course is designed to enable learners to speak, understand, read and write English in a variety of communicative situations. Reading, writing, listening and speaking skills are integrated into all class activities and learners develop a strong foundation in grammar and vocabulary. Special emphasis is placed on developing confidence in speaking and listening.

Prior to commencing the General English course, learners will sit the compulsory placement tests during orientation. Based on these tests, the Academic Manager will place learners in the class best suited to their level of English proficiency.

Option Classes available to learners are: Writer’s Workshop and Conversation Class, Pronunciation and Social Media, IELTS Test Practice, Grammar and EAP Support.



In addition to General English, we also offer the following courses:

HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATION
The High School Preparation course integrates language skills, school subject area content, study skills and cultural information in order to provide a framework for a total learning experience for learners which will assist them to participate effectively in subject area classes in an English speaking high school and in the wider community.

ENGLISH FOR TOURISM & HOSPITALITY
This course is designed for learners who wish to work within the travel and tourism or hospitality fields either within Australia or overseas.
Learners need to develop their English skills in order to be able to achieve success in a Vocational course or employment in the areas of Tourism and Hospitality. The course will assist learners to develop some of the background knowledge and skills by giving them opportunities to practise some of the situations and language requirements. This will help them to develop concepts related to Tourism and Hospitality.

STUDY TOURS
The Study Tour program is designed for groups of all ages and all levels of English proficiency that intend on studying in Australia for a short time on a non-student visa. Study Tourscater to the needs of specific groups and integrate language skills and Australian cultural information. Study Tours include sightseeing and touring famous places including the Opera House and Harbour Bridge and various other sites of interest. Programs can focus on developing general communicative English skills or can be more specialised and tailored for particular areas of interest such as:
- English for Kindergarten teachers
- English for Nurses
- English and Golf
- English and Sightseeing
- English and First Aid
- English and Business
- English and Scuba Diving

English Exam Preparation

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This course is for students aged: 16-70

Levels: Advanced, Intermediate

Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students

Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk, Intensive 25+ hrs/wk


The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an internationally owned and globally recognised direct English language assessment of the highest quality and integrity readily available throughout the world. It covers the four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking.

Course Objectives:
The IELTS Preparation course is twelve weeks in duration and designed to develop the specific language skills of learners preparing to take the IELTS examination. This program targets the Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking competencies that are required to successfully complete the 4 examination modules involved in the IELTS examination. Particular attention will be paid to improving learners' examination skills within the IELTS constraints.

The course provides practical guidance in the development and application of linguistic skills relevant to the IELTS examination requirements including vocabulary, grammar, text production and analysis and listening and speaking. Teachers provide an assessable framework to effectively measure learner progress.

This course is specially suited for student visa learners who need to complete the Academic IELTS examination for further study or the General Training IELTS examination for other purposes.

Course specific objectives:
- To adapt General English competencies to the specific requirements of the IELTS examination
- To develop the necessary linguistic skills to ensure success in the IELTS examination
- To provide an integrated approach to the development of relevant competencies
- To cultivate analytical skills by investigating a range of authentic and teacher generated texts
- To practice IELTS exam-taking skills

English Academic preparation

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This course is for students aged: 16-70

Levels: Advanced, Intermediate

Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students

Weekly Hours: Relaxed 10-15 hrs/wk, General 15-25 hrs/wk


English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is an intensive course for learners planning to enrol in a university, either at an undergraduate or postgraduate level or a Foundation Studies Program, Technical (such as TAFE) or Vocational College.

At present we have three EAP levels:
EAPC: This level gives an introduction into academic English and is slightly more challenging than Intermediate level. Many learners join this class if they aspire to go to University, TAFE or APC Vocational College.

EAPB: For learners who wish to enter TAFE, this course is more demanding than EAPC and learners need to be at least at an Upper Intermediate level. Learners must complete 10 weeks in this course and get a B- grade or higher in the major assessments in order to get direct entry into TAFE.
EAPA: For University-bound learners, this course is very demanding and quite intensive. Learners must complete 10 weeks in this course and must get a B+ grade in all 5 assessments in order to enter any University with which we have an articulation agreement.

Learners who are unable to provide evidence of English proficiency are required to complete a Pre-Arrival English Test (PAT) to determine their level of proficiency. The PAT is indicative only. Applicants will be provisionally accepted into the course prior to arriving at the College. Applicants may be required to study in the General English program based on their final English proficiency assessment on arrival. The PAT is available online now at www.apc.edu.au/pat/ and test-takers will be given instant feedback on their grammar section. Results for the writing section are available within 48 hours.

Course Availability:
- Morning EAP: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am - 2:45 pm
- Option Classes: Friday 9:00am – 1:15pm
- Self Access: Monday – Thursday 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm

Business English

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This course is for students aged: 16-70

Levels: Intermediate

Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students

Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk


This course aims to develop the English skills of learners wishing to work or study in the business field. The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to the skills and language associated with business and it will help learners to improve their speaking skills, formal writing and vocabulary through various techniques like role-play and real-life situations.

Course Availability:
Morning BE: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am - 2:45 pm
Option Classes: Friday 9:00am – 1:15pm
Self Access: Monday – Thursday 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm

English Pathway Programs

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This course is for students aged: 16-70

Levels: Advanced, Intermediate


Students who graduate from Australian Pacific College will be accepted by the institutions below without having to provide results of English examinations such as IELTS or TOEFL. This is conditional upon students meeting the academic requirements of these institutions and is subject to vacancies and the availability of programs at these institutions.

Students who are interested in continuing studies in Australia at University and/or College are encouraged to seek advice from the EAP Coordinator as early as possible.

APC has established direct entry arrangements with a number of Australian Universities such as the UNSW Foundation Year, Macquarie University, University of Western Sydney (UWS), Central Queensland University (CQU) and many more, as well as with TAFE NSW. These enable students who have successfully completed the EAP course and met the English language and academic requirements to enter university and TAFE courses without completing an IELTS examination.

More information in relation to this can be obtained by contacting the College and at
www.apc.edu.au/courses/english-further-study-pathways

English Teacher Training

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This course is for students aged: 18-60

Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk

Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students

Levels: Advanced

Location Type: Town/City

It is designed for:

people who are qualified teachers in their own countries but who wish to obtain a qualification in modern, communicative teaching techniques, focusing on the teaching of oral English;
people who are not qualified teachers but who wish to work as teaching assistants or otherwise in their own countries;
people who wish to teach in ELICOS colleges in Australia or EFL (English as a Foreign Language) overseas.
During the course you will develop your understanding of essential theory related to Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, whilst also developing your practical teaching skills in the classroom through supervised classroom teaching practicum.

Junior English Programs

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This course is for students aged: 13-70

Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk


Classes are complemented by regular excursions with teachers or chaperones to places of interest for educational enrichment. Prior to commencing the Junior program, learners will complete the compulsory placement tests during orientation. Based on these tests, the Academic Manager will allocate a level best suited to their English proficiency. Homework and class tests are set regularly and learners complete an exit examination.

Course Objectives:
- To build confidence and develop a passion for learning English.
- To practise all macro skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) including functional grammar, lexis and register.
- To improve communicative skills in general with a focus on the development of speaking skills.
- To learn more about Australian culture and customs.
- To enable learners to feel comfortable studying in a global context.

Extra-Curricular Activities:
Recreation is important order to ensure that the learners are maintaining a healthy lifestyle and are able to maximise their educational opportunity. There are organised activities such as bowling, bush, rainforest and mountain walking, beach fun and ball games. Social functions such as barbecues and parties are organised specifically for primary school aged learners.

Entry requirements:
- Non-student visa holders only
- Minimum age of entry is 9 years
- A guardian and accommodation inspection is required for under 18 learners in homestay accommodation.

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