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University of New England - English Language Centre
About University of New England - English Language Centre
The University of New England's English Language Centre (ELC) is based on-campus at UNE, located in the beautiful city of Armidale, in northern New South Wales. The region is renowned for its friendly communities, rich Australian culture, sporting facilities, entertainment venues and educational excellence. Armidale has a unique relaxed, regional lifestyle and a low cost of living, while still having all the facilities students would expect in a metropolitan area. The ELC offers high academic standards, a stimulating learning environment, excellent resources and ongoing learning support for International students. ELC staff are highly qualified, friendly and experienced in helping language students achieve their goals. The Centre offers quality accredited English language courses including General English (GE), English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and Introductory Academic Program (IAP) courses are conducted all year. The ELC provides a range of English language courses to students as well as a direct pathway to tertiary study at UNE. Students can begin at any English competency level, as the centre offers classes for students ranging from those who are just beginning to learn English to students who are preparing for entrance into the highest levels of university study.
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This course is for students aged: 16-70
Location Type: University campus
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
This course is aimed at highly motivated students who wish to learn one or more languages (Chinese [Mandarin], French, German, Italian, Indonesian, Japanese, Spanish) and become well acquainted and familiar with their culture(s). Their skills and knowledge will be further developed and enriched by spending two trimesters studying university courses in the country of their chosen language(s). This broadens graduates' career options and gives them a competitive advantage in today's increasingly multicultural and international workplace environments.
Currently, agreements or bilateral exchange agreements exist with specific universities in China (Xi'an), France (Angers, Saint-Etienne) and French-speaking Canada (Quebec City), Germany (Oldenburg, Trier) and Austria (Graz, Klagenfurt), Indonesia (Mataram, Gajah Mada, Malang), Italy (Macerata), Spain (Universitdad de Jaén) and Japan (Hiroshima, Kagoshima, Nagoya, Tokyo). Such agreements mean that tuition fees are waived, that help is given with finding accommodation and that an element of pastoral care is provided. Some financial assistance is available in connection with study at certain of these universities.