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Although it comes second to Mandarin in the total number of speakers, English is the language you’ll be able to use most widely, as it’s spoken in more countries than any other language. That means that English is the language that will give you the best return for your efforts; after all, intellectual challenge aside, there’s little point putting a huge amount of time and effort into learning a language that you’ll hardly ever have the opportunity to use.

English has been referred to as “the language of business”, and it’s not hard to see why. If you have ambitions to become an international businessperson, it’s essential that you’re able to speak English fluently; business conducted internationally is done in English more often than not.

Even if you’re not thinking of living and working abroad, that doesn’t mean you won’t find English a helpful language to put on your CV. There may well be plenty of English-speaking multinational corporations with offices in your home country. What’s more, English skills are just as desirable to employers in your own country and language as they are to employers in English-speaking countries.

English is widely regarded as the language of higher education. Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard and MIT are just a few of the famous universities that occupy the lofty heights of the top of the world education league tables, and you’ll need to speak English fluently for access to any of these, as they’re all English-speaking.

Here at UPC, we have a variety of English courses to meet your need- for Business, to enter into one of Australia’s excellent Universities, or to do one of UPC’s courses.

Study time is convenient – most classes follow the pattern below.

Course Overview

Course Duration: 10 weeks per course level
Hours per week: 20 hours plus additional support offered

More Information

For more details: Summary of English Program and English Program Brochure

Up to 40 weeks (12 months) – Beginner to Intermediate

This course is available for both domestic and international students (CRICOS 076367G)

This is the starting point which teaches everyday English, and prepares students for the UPC Pre-Foundation program. Students progress through the English for Pre-Foundation Studies course as each level is successfully completed. However, students may repeat a level if insufficient progress is made toward the appropriate level of English proficiency. Courses can vary from 1 to 40 weeks, depending on individual need. Each student works at their own pace and progresses to the next level when their assessments are satisfactory. Some students will progress very quickly through English for Pre-Foundation Studies, which covers English that emphasises all four skills:

  • reading
  • writing
  • speaking
  • listening
From this point students progress to English for Academic Purposes.

English Proficiency Level

English for Pre-Foundation Studies has 4 levels
Level 1 – Beginner: At this level you will develp skills in:

  • basic grammar
  • the alphabet and key vocabulary
  • basic sentence construction
  • communication in simple social situations
Level 2 – Elementary: At this level you will:
  • read and comprehend short texts
  • write simple paragraphs
  • develop a more complex vocabulary
  • communicate in more complex social situations
Level 3 – Pre-Intermediate: At this level you will:
  • read moderately difficult texts including instructional and diagramatic texts
  • write more complex paragraphs with cohesion and coherence
  • read,write and speak in various genres
  • understand Australian systems & culture
Level 4 – Intermediate: At this level you will:
  • deal with more complex communication for problem solving in everyday life
  • listen and comprehend in a range of complex situations
  • write brief essays dealing with factual material and expressing opinions
  • read, understand and interpret longer texts

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Up to 20 weeks (6 months) – Upper Intermediate to Advanced

This course is available for both domestic and international students (CRICOS 076368F)

This is a preparation course for further academic study. We expect that most UPC students will complete at least 10 weeks of the EAP course. Whilst you may be academically excellent in your subject area, you will need to learn how to read, write, listen and speak in an Australian college or university environment, in addition to learning English for everyday use while you are in Australia. Many overseas students find that in Australia, the teachers, lectures, tutorials, assessment styles and examinations are conducted in a different way from those their home country. The EAP course develops students' academic vocabulary and teaches the essential research and writing skills required for further academic study. The EAP courses can be taken as part of our English for Higher Education Studies.

Course Content

This course deals with the English language skills necessary for pursuing university or college study in Australia. It has two levels: Upper Intermediate and Advanced. It is a mandatory course for the Preparation for IELTS (Academic). In Academic English you will learn skills in the four macro areas and much more;
Speaking and Writing (Production)

  • planning, drafting and editing reports and various essay types
  • enhancing/building communication skills in tutorials
  • how to prepare and deliver academic presentations and seminars
  • active participation in group work projects
  • in-text referencing and bibliography
Reading and Listening (Reception)
  • note-taking skills for lectures and tutorials
  • analysing text structures
  • techniques for skimming and scanning, and speed reading
  • building your academic vocabulary and knowledge of collocations
Learn about Australian University Culture and
  • know expectations of Australian university lecturers and tutors
  • time management and study skills
  • how to paraphrase effectively and avoid plagiarism
  • learner onus/independence
Critical thinking
  • how to approach tertiary assessment tasks
  • research skills
  • internet search skills

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Up to 20 weeks (6 months) – Advanced

This course is available for both domestic and international students (CRICOS 076371M)

This course consists of 2 levels: Advanced 1 and Advanced 2. Each has a fixed 10-week period. They prepare students for tertiary study through specific English teaching in academic reading, writing, speaking and listening at an Advanced level (higher than the EAP course). In addition, the courses provide additional contents within the subject area (component) that interests you – Business, Economics, Computing or Mathematics. The first level (Advanced 1), plus the English for Academic Purposes course, are part of our English for Higher Education course which is designed to articulate to the Australian Universities.

These courses focus on the English required at an advanced level of academic study, and include the English used in more specific areas of future study. The course has a core focus on reading, writing, speaking and listening in an academic environment at an advanced level. This extends students beyond the upper intermediate level to an advanced level. In addition, students practise English usage in subjects that underpin and equip them for a university Program.

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Up to 20 weeks (6 months)- Advanced

This course is available for both domestic and international students (CRICOS 076372K)

TThis course of study focuses on preparation for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). As a guide, you need an IELTS score of 5.5 to study for a diploma or an advanced diploma, and from 6.0 to 6.5 (academic) for entry to a university degree program. Students with a good IELTS score have a wide range of further study options to choose from. At UPC we offer individual intensive IELTS preparation to meet external IELTS examination dates and entry cut off dates for colleges and universities. Most students enrol for at least 10 weeks of intensive study, but students can pace their study to suit individual needs and tertiary entry dates.

Content

This is one of the UPC courses that prepares advanced students for entry to university study. Successful students aim to gain an IELTS score that is the minimum requirement for access to further study at a university (usually IELTS 6 or 6.5 academic score); or for vocational qualifications (usually IELTS 5.5 academic score). This course focuses on the IELTS examination. At this level, the Advanced English focus is on reading comprehension, writing and speaking at a tertiary level of study. Students will learn to:

  • Contribute with ease to classroom interactions and discussions of an academic nature
  • Take lecture notes, write reports and essays, paraphrase and summarise research findings
  • Read and understand academic texts and interpret examination questions
  • Make effective classroom presentations and involve colleagues in academic discussions

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Up to 50 weeks (14 months) – Pre-Intermediate to Advanced

This course is available for both domestic and international students (CRICOS 076089B)

English for Higher Education is specifically designed for students who plan to study at a college or university level. The Course is a combination of three other programs: EPFS, EAP and EB. Students enter and exit the Course at appropriate levels dependent on individual capability and future study requirements.

English Proficiency Level
Level
Components
Entry Level
Exit Level*
5
English for Business or
(Advanced 2)
Advanced
Advanced
4
English for Academic Purposes II
(Advanced 1)
Upper Intermediate
Advanced
(University entry level)
3
English for Academic Purposes I
(Upper Intermediate)
Intermediate
Upper Intermediate
(Diploma entry level)
2
English for Pre-Foundation Studies
(Level 4 – Intermediate)
Pre-intermediate
Intermediate
1
English for Pre-Foundation Studies
(Level 3 – Pre-Intermediate)
Elementary
Pre-intermediate
Pre-requisite English level
Level
Components
Entry Level
Exit Level*
2
English for Pre-Foundation Studies
(Level 2 – Elementary)
Beginner
Elementary
1
English for Pre-Foundtion Studies
(Level 1 – Beginner)
Nil
Beginner
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All economically sound business decision-making, of a company, should be based on analysis of financial statements which are a product of the company’s accounting system. Without properly kept accounts, this objective will probably not be achieved and business executives will be acting blindly. That is the reason why accounting is arguably the most important part of a company’s operations.

UPC College offers five Accounting qualifications: Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Accounting and Certificate IV in Bookkeeping. Depending on your High School academic achievement and work experience, you can enter the Accounting program at an appropriate level.

The courses are delivered in-class, at workplaces or blended (a combination of distance learning and face-to-face traditional teaching). The course duration shown below, for each qualification, applies to CRICOS (international) students and domestic students who are welfare recipients. Other students’ delivery timetables are dependent on individual circumstances.

FNS30315

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification reflects the job roles of employees with functions that could include financial data entry, processing accounts and payrolls, providing customer service in financial transactions and producing reports. They apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy and judgement and to take limited responsibility in known situations under general supervision.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 360 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 18 weeks or 6 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Certificate IV qualifications in finance and accounting areas.

Units of Competency

7 core units of competency

  • FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
  • FNSACC303 Perform financial calculations
  • BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others
  • BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents
  • BSBWRT301 Write simple documents
  • FNSACC302 Administer subsidiary accounts and ledgers
  • FNSINC301 Work effectively in the financial services industry

4 elective units of competency

  • BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports
  • BSBITU304 Produce spreadsheets
  • BSBFIA302 Process payroll
  • FNSACC401 Process business tax requirements

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FNS40615

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 088457F).

Description

This qualification reflects accounting job roles in financial services and other industries requiring accounting support functions. Individuals in these roles apply theoretical and specialist knowledge and skills to work autonomously and exercise judgement in completing routine and non-routine activities.

Persons providing a business activity statement (BAS) service must be registered by the Tax Practitioners Board and this qualification is currently cited as meeting the educational requirements for registration. Other conditions apply including a designated period of experience. Persons seeking BAS agent registration should check current registration requirements with the Board as this is reviewed regularly.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.
After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Diploma qualifications in Accounting and Finance areas.

Units of Competency

10 core units of competency

  • FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
  • BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports
  • FNSINC401 Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry
  • FNSACC406 Set up and operate a computerised accounting system
  • FNSACC404 Prepare financial statements for non-reporting entities
  • FNSBKG405 Establish and maintain a payroll system
  • FNSBKG404 Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks
  • FNSACC302 Administer Subsidiary accounts and ledgers
  • BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents
  • FNSACC402 Prepare operational budgets

3 elective units of competency

  • FNSACC401 Process business tax requirements
  • BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships
  • BSBFIA302 Process Payroll

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FNS40215

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification is designed to reflect the job roles of contract bookkeepers and employees performing bookkeeping tasks for organisations in a range of industries. It includes the preparation and lodgement of business and instalment activity statement tasks and the provision of advice or dealing with the Commissioner on behalf of a taxpayer in relation to the activity statements. Individuals in these roles apply theoretical and specialist knowledge and skills to work autonomously and exercise judgement in completing routine and non-routine activities.

Persons providing a business activity statement (BAS) service must be registered by the Tax Practitioners Board and this qualification is currently cited as meeting the educational requirements for registration. Other conditions apply including a designated period of experience. Persons seeking BAS agent registration should check current registration requirements with the Board as this is reviewed regularly.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Diploma qualifications in Accounting and Finance areas.

Units of Competency

6 core units of competency

  • BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports
  • BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents
  • FNSBKG401 Develop and implement policies and procedures relevant to bookkeeping activities
  • FNSBKG404 Carry out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks
  • FNSBKG405 Establish and maintain a payroll system
  • FNSINC401 Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

7 elective units of competency

  • BSBFIA302 Process Payroll
  • FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
  • FNSACC302 Administer Subsidiary accounts and ledgers
  • FNSACC404 Prepare financial statements for non-reporting entities
  • FNSACC406 Set up and operate a computerised accounting system
  • FNSBKG402 Establish and maintain a cash accounting system
  • FNSBKG403 Establish and maintain an accrual accounting system

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FNS50210

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 088365K).

Description

This qualification reflects professional accounting job roles in financial services and other industries. Individuals in these roles apply solutions to a range of often complex problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They apply initiative to plan, coordinate and evaluate their own work and guidance to others within defined guidelines.

This qualification includes units that comprise an approved Tax Practitioner Board (TPB) course in Australian taxation law and commercial law. Persons seeking registration with the TPB should check current registration requirements with the Board.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Advanced Diploma qualifications in Finance or Accounting areas. Alternatively, you may enrol in a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

6 core units of competency

  • FNSACC503 Manage budgets and forecasts
  • FNSACC507 Provide management accounting information
  • FNSACC506 Implement and maintain internal control procedures
  • FNSACC501 Provide financial and business performance information
  • FNSACC502 Prepare tax documentation for individuals
  • FNSACC504 Prepare financial reports for corporate entities

5 elective units of competency

  • FNSACC402 Prepare operational budgets
  • FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
  • BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports
  • FNSACC505 Establish and maintain accounting information systems
  • BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation

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FNS60215

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 088458E)

Description

This qualification is designed to reflect the role of individuals working in accounting and seeking professional identification. At this level individuals are expected to apply theoretical and technical skills in a range of situations and to display initiative and judgement in planning activities. They have autonomy in performing complex operations and can be responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the work of others within broad but generally well-defined parameters.

This qualification includes units that comprise an approved Tax Practitioner Board (TPB) course in Australian taxation law and commercial law. Persons seeking registration with the TPB should check current registration requirements with the Board.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may enrol in a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

3 core units of competency

  • FNSINC602 Interpret and use financial statistics and tools
  • FNSACC604 Monitor corporate governance activities
  • FNSINC601 Apply economic principles to work in the financial services industry

11 elective units of competency

  • FNSACC609 Evaluate financial risk
  • FNSACC301 Process financial transactions and extract interim reports
  • BSBFIA401 Prepare financial reports
  • FNSACC502 Prepare tax documentation for individuals
  • FNSACC504* Prepare financial reports for corporate entities
  • FNSACC501 Provide financial and business performance information
  • FNSACC506 Implement and maintain internal control procedures
  • FNSACC507 Provide management accounting information
  • FNSACC601 Prepare and administer tax documentation for legal entities
  • FNSACC614 Prepare complex corporate financial reports
  • FNSACC613 Prepare and analyse management accounting information

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Description

International students are offered a 6-year training and work experience package to become an experienced manager and leader in any business enterprises.

The package includes the following steps:

  • Certificate IV of Business (6 months).
  • Diploma of Accounting (9 months).
  • Advanced Diploma of Accounting (9 months).
  • Bachelor of Accounting (2 years).
  • Postgraduate work experience (2 years).
For full details of this package, you can follow the links to the Accounting Program Summary or the Accounting Program Brochure.

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Business qualifications have more job security than other specialisations because they are needed in virtually all industries. Whether it’s Microsoft, Exxon or a large food processing plant, all industries need people with business acumen to function and prosper. This will always keep the demand for business qualifications relatively high, even in poor economic times. Such a qualification provides you with many transferable skills that can be applied across all industries.

Due to the large size of the workforce, many job vacancies exist for most major business related occupations. Occupations with strong job prospects include accounting, advertising, marketing and childcare.

UPC College offers four business qualifications: Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma. Depending on your high school academic achievement and work experience, you can enter the business program at an appropriate level.

The courses are delivered in-class, at workplaces or blended (a combination of distance learning and face-to-face traditional teaching). The course duration shown below, for each qualification, applies to CRICOS (international) students and domestic students who are welfare recipients. Other students’ delivery timetables are dependent on individual circumstances.

BSB30115

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 087791M).

Description

This qualification reflects the varied roles of individuals across different industry sectors who apply a broad range of competencies using some discretion, judgment and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may provide technical advice and support to a team.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 260 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 13 weeks or 4.5 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Certificate IV qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc.

Units of Competency

1 core unit of competency

  • BSBWHS302 Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace
11 elective units of competency
  • BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships
  • BSBADM311 Maintain business resources
  • BSBWRT301 Write simple documents
  • BSBITU306 Design & produce business documents
  • BSBINM301 Organise workplace information
  • BSBADM405 Organise meetings
  • BSBITU202 Create and use spreadsheets
  • BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customers
  • BSBCMM301 Process customer complaints
  • BSBINN301 Promote innovation in a team environment
  • BSBFLM312 Contribute to team effectiveness

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BSB40215

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 087792K).

Description

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 360 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 18 weeks or 6 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Diploma qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc.

Units of Competency

1 core unit of competency

  • BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
9 elective units of competency
  • BSBADM405 Organise meetings
  • BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • BSBREL401 Establish networks
  • BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
  • BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction staff
  • BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
  • BSBCUS402 Address customer needs
  • BSBADM409 Coordinate business resources
  • BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals

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BSB50215

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification would apply to individuals with various job titles including executive officers, program consultants and program coordinators. Individuals in these roles may possess substantial experience in a range of settings, but seek to further develop their skills across a wide range of business functions.

Conversely, it may also apply to those with little or no vocational experience, but who possess sound theoretical business skills and knowledge that they would like to develop in order to create further educational and employment opportunities.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 360 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 18 weeks or 6 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Advanced Diploma qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc. Alternatively, you may undertake a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

8 elective units of competency

  • BSBADV507 Develop a media plan
  • BSBWRT501 Write persuasive copy
  • BSBADM502 Manage meetings
  • BSBMKG501 Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities
  • BSBRSK501 Manage risk
  • BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
  • BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
  • BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction staff

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BSB60215

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

TThis qualification reflects the role of individuals with significant experience in a senior administrative role who are seeking to develop expertise across a wider range of business functions.

The qualification is suited to individuals who possess significant theoretical business skills and knowledge and wish to consolidate and build pathways to further educational or employment opportunities.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 360 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 18 weeks or 6 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of university degree courses in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc.

Units of Competency

8 elective units of competency

  • BSBFIM601 Manage finances
  • BSBINN601 Lead and manage organisational change
  • BSBMGT617 Develop and implement a business plan
  • BSBMGT615 Contribute to organisation development
  • BSBMKG605 Evaluate international marketing opportunities
  • BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan
  • BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
  • BSBHRM602 Manage human resources strategic planning

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The future success of every child is in many ways determined before he or she turns eight years of age. During those early years, how that child learns and develops - mentally, emotionally and socially - is critical. It’s no wonder then that educators, politicians, researchers and families have honed in on early childhood education as a means to invest not only in the future of the country, but also to help deter and improve any number of complex social issues.

UPC College offers two Early Childhood Education & Care (Childcare) qualifications: Certificate III and Diploma. Depending on your high school academic achievement and work experience, you can enter the Childcare program at an appropriate level.

The courses are delivered in-class, at workplaces or blended (a combination of distance learning and face-to-face traditional teaching). The course duration shown below, for each qualification, applies to CRICOS (international) students and domestic students who are welfare recipients. Other students’ delivery timetables are dependent on individual circumstances except the practical work hours which are mandatory.

CHC30113

This course is available to both domestic and international student (CRICOS 083064G).

Description

This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of early childhood education settings who work within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standards. They support the implementation of an approved learning framework, and support children’s wellbeing, learning and development. Depending on the setting, educators may work under direct supervision or autonomously.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 360 hours of which 120 hours are practical work. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 18 weeks or 6 calendar months to complete the course (Course duration of this qualification is under review – To extend to 540 hours or 9 calendar months)

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113).

Units of Competency

15 core units of competency

  • CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
  • CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence
  • CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children
  • CHCECE003 Provide care for children
  • CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks
  • CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers
  • CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with children
  • CHCECE009 Use an approved learning framework to guide practice
  • CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood
  • CHCECE011 Provide experiences to support children's play and learning
  • CHCECE013 Use information about children to inform practice
  • CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
  • CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
  • HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting
  • HLTWHS001 Participate in workplace health and safety

3 elective units of competency

  • BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development
  • CHCECE006 Support behaviour of children and young people
  • CHCPRT003 Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people

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CHC50113

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 087793J).

Description

This qualification reflects the role of early childhood educators who are responsible for designing and implementing curriculum in early childhood education and care services. In doing so they work to implement an approved learning framework within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard.

They may have responsibility for supervision of volunteers or other staff.

Deliveries and Pathways

Students who have not had any study or work experience in the childcare profession will study a total of 1,440 hours of which 440 hours are practical work. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 72 weeks or 2 calendar years to complete the course.

Students who already have Certificate III (CHC30113) will study a total of 1,080 hours of which 320 hours are practical work. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 54 weeks or 18 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may enrol into the 4-year university Bachelor of Early Childhood Education. Most of Australian universities give an exemption of 1 year for international students and 2 years for domestic students.

Units of Competency – Full Diploma

23 core units of competency

  • CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
  • CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence
  • CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children
  • CHCECE003 Provide care for children
  • CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks
  • CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers
  • CHCECE007 Develop positive and respectful relationships with children
  • CHCECE009 Use an approved learning framework to guide practice
  • CHCECE016 Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children
  • CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood
  • CHCECE018 Nurture creativity in children
  • CHCECE019 Facilitate compliance in an education and care service
  • CHCECE020 Establish and implement plans for developing cooperative behaviour
  • CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children
  • CHCECE022 Promote children's agency
  • CHCECE023 Analyse information to inform learning
  • CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and development
  • CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operations
  • CHCECE026 Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate education and care for children
  • CHCLEG001 Work legally and ethically
  • CHCPRT001 Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
  • HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting
  • HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety

5 Elective Units of Competency

  • CHCMGT003 Lead the work team
  • BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
  • CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice
  • CHCPOL002 Develop and implement policy
  • CHCPOL003 Research and apply evidence to practice

Units of Competency – Students who already have Certificate III (CHC30113)

The qualification includes 28 units of competency: 17 new units (12 core and 5 electives units) plus 11 core units from Certificate III (CHC30113).

12 core units of competency

  • CHCECE016 Establish and maintain a safe and healthy environment for children
  • CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood
  • CHCECE018 Nurture creativity in children
  • CHCECE019 Facilitate compliance in an education and care service
  • CHCECE020 Establish and implement plans for developing cooperative behaviour
  • CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children
  • CHCECE022 Promote children's agency
  • CHCECE023 Analyse information to inform learning
  • CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and development
  • CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operations
  • CHCECE026 Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate education and care for children
  • HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety

5 Elective Units of competency

  • CHCMGT003 Lead the work team
  • BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
  • CHCORG428A Reflect on and improve own professional practice
  • CHCPOL002 Develop and implement policy
  • CHCPOL003 Research and apply evidence to practice

International students are offered a 4.5-year training and work experience package to be qualified as a Childcare Centre Manager.

The package includes the following steps:

  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care (6 months).
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education & Care (21 months).
  • Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management (9 months).
  • Graduate work experience (18 months).
For full details of this package, you can follow the links for the Childcare Program Summary or the Childcare Program brochure.

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In the new economy, where value comes increasingly from the knowledge processed by people, human resources is the backbone of any industry. People look to their managers, not just to assign them a task, but to define for them a purpose. And managers must organise workers, not just to maximise efficiency, but to nurture skills, develop talent and inspire results. Leadership and management are inseparable.

UPC College offers three modern Leadership and Management qualifications: Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma. Depending on your high school academic achievement and work experience, you can enter the Leadership and Management program at an appropriate level.

The courses are delivered in-class, at workplaces or blended (a combination of distance learning and face-to-face traditional teaching). The course duration shown below, for each qualification, applies to CRICOS (international) students and domestic students who are welfare recipients. Other students’ delivery timetables are dependent on individual circumstances.

BSB42015

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification reflects the role of individuals working as developing and emerging leaders and managers in a range of enterprise and industry contexts. As well as assuming responsibility for their own performance, individuals at this level provide leadership, guidance and support to others. They also have some responsibility for organising and monitoring the output of their team.

They apply solutions to a defined range of predictable and unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Diploma qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc.

Units of Competency

4 core units of competency

  • BSBMGT402 Implement operational plan
  • BSBLDR402 – Lead effective workplace relationships
  • BSBLDR403 – Lead team effectiveness
  • BSBLDR401 – Communicate effectively as a workplace leader

8 elective units of competency

  • BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
  • BSBADM405 Organise meetings
  • BSBINN301 Promote innovation in a team environment
  • BSBCUS402 Address customer needs
  • BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements
  • BSBLDR404 Lead a diverse workforce
  • BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals

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BSB51915

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 087793J).

Description

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply knowledge, practical skills and experience in leadership and management across a range of enterprise and industry contexts.

Individuals at this level display initiative and judgement in planning, organising, implementing and monitoring their own workload and the workload of others. They use communication skills to support individuals and teams to meet organisational or enterprise requirements.

They plan, design, apply and evaluate solutions to unpredictable problems, and identify, analyse and synthesise information from a variety of sources.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Advanced Diploma qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc. Alternatively, you may enrol in a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

4 core units of competency

  • BSBLDR501 Develop and use emotional intelligence
  • BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan
  • BSBLDR502 Lead and manage effective workplace relationships
  • BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness

8 elective units of competency

  • BSBMGT502 Manage people performance
  • BSBADM502 Manage meetings
  • BSBCUS501 Manage quality customer service
  • BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans
  • BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
  • BSBMGT516 Facilitate continuous improvement
  • BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
  • BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction staff

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BSB61015

This course is available to both domestic and international students (CRICOS 087794G).

Description

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply specialised knowledge and skills, together with experience in leadership and management, across a range of enterprise and industry contexts.

Individuals at this level use initiative and judgement to plan and implement a range of leadership and management functions, with accountability for personal and team outcomes within broad parameters.

They use cognitive and communication skills to identify, analyse and synthesise information from a variety of sources and transfer their knowledge to others, and creative or conceptual skills to express ideas and perspectives or respond to complex problems.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may enrol in a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

4 core units of competency

  • BSBFIM601 Manage finances
  • BSBINN601 Lead and manage organisational change
  • BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
  • BSBMGT617 Develop and implement a business plan

8 elective units of competency

  • BSBMGT616 Develop and implement strategic plans
  • BSBCOM603 Plan and establish compliance management systems
  • BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
  • BSBRSK501 – Manage risk
  • BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan
  • BSBHRM602 Manage human resources strategic planning
  • BSBMGT608 Manage innovation and continuous improvement
  • BSBWHS605 Develop, implement and maintain WHS management systems

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International students are offered a 6-year training and work experience package to become an experienced manager and leader in any business enterprises.

The package includes the following steps.

  • Certificate IV in Business (6 months).
  • Diploma of Leadership & Management (9 months).
  • Advanced Diploma of Leadership & Management (9 months)
  • Bachelor of Business or Management or Human Resources, etc. at one of UPC’s higher education partners (2 years).
  • Postgraduate work experience (2 years).
For full details of this package, you can follow the links for a Leadership and Management Program summary or a Leadership and Management Program brochure.

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The Marketing Communication program has been developed in response to a need in the advertising industry for graduates who are able to manage a firm's advertising and promotion activities. It is designed for students who are interested in specialising in the study of advertising, promotions and media. In the new global economy social media has become an important part of the marketing mix, and marketing, advertising and communications have merged together as tools for promoting business brands and attracting sales. UPC College offers 3 Marketing and Communication qualifications: Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma.

The courses are delivered in-class, at workplaces or blended (a combination of distance learning and face-to-face traditional teaching). The course duration shown below, for each qualification, applies to CRICOS (international) students and domestic students who are welfare recipients. Other students’ delivery timetables are dependent on individual circumstances.

BSB42415

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification is suitable for those who use well developed marketing and communication skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts. Individuals in these roles apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others, however they typically report to more senior practitioners.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 360 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 18 weeks or 6 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Diploma qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc.

Units of Competency

5 core units of competency

  • BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
  • BSBCRT401 Articulate, present and debate ideas
  • BSBMGT407 Apply digital solutions to work processes
  • BSBMKG417 Apply marketing communication across a convergent industry
  • BSBMKG418 Develop and apply knowledge of marketing communication industry

7 elective units of competency

  • BSBMKG401 Profile the market
  • BSBMKG408 Conduct market research
  • BSBMKG409 Design direct response offers
  • BSBPRO401 Develop product knowledge
  • BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationship
  • BSBMKG413 Promote products and services
  • BSBADV403 Monitor advertising production

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BSB52415

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification applies to individuals with a sound theoretical knowledge base in marketing and communication and who demonstrate a range of managerial skills to ensure that functions are effectively conducted in an organisation or business area. Typically they would have responsibility for the work of other staff and lead teams.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may undertake a range of Advanced Diploma qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Marketing & Communication, Human Resources, etc. Alternatively, you may enrol in a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

3 core units of competency

  • BSBMKG507 Interpret market trends and developments
  • BSBMKG523 Design and develop an integrated marketing communication plan
  • BSBPMG522 Undertake project work

9 elective units of competency

  • BSBADV507 Develop a media plan
  • BSBMKG506 Plan market research
  • BSBADV503 Coordinate advertising research
  • BSBWRT501 Write persuasive copy
  • BSBFIM501 Manage budgets and financial plans
  • BSBMKG501 Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities
  • BSBMKG502 Establish and adjust the marketing mix
  • BSBMKG514 Implement and monitor marketing activities
  • BSBMKG515 Conduct a market audit

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BSB61315

This course is available to domestic students only.

Description

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who provide leadership and strategic direction in the marketing and communications activities of an organisation. They analyse, design and execute judgements using wide-ranging technical, creative, conceptual and managerial competencies.

Their knowledge base may be highly specialised or broad within the marketing and communications field. Typically, they are accountable for group outcomes and the overall performance of the marketing and communication, advertising or public relations functions of an organisation.

Delivery and Pathways

Total recommended time is 540 hours. For a full-time study of 20 hours per week, it will take 27 weeks or 9 calendar months to complete the course.

After achieving this qualification, you may enrol in a range of university degree courses in appropriate disciplines.

Units of Competency

4 core units of competency

  • BSBADV602 Develop an advertising campaign
  • BSBMGT616 Develop and implement strategic plans
  • BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan
  • BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability

7 elective units of competency

  • BSBMKG605 Evaluate international marketing opportunities
  • BSBMKG607 Manage market research
  • BSBMKG608 Develop organisational marketing objectives
  • BSBRSK501 Manage risk
  • BSBMKG523 Design and develop an integrated marketing communication plan
  • BSBMGT617 Develop and implement a business plan
  • BSBMKG603 Manage the marketing process
  • BSBMKG606 Manage international marketing programs

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Description

The Food Safety Supervisor course equips individuals in hygienic practices and handling food safely during the storage, preparation, display, service, and disposal of food. This course includes two units of competency:

  • SITXFSA101 – Use Hygienic Practice for Food Safety
  • SITXFSA201 – Participate in Safe Food Handling Practices
Achievement of these two units of competency provides credit towards qualifications in the Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package – such as tourism, travel, hospitality, events, holiday parks and resorts.

Target Group

This course is for food handling personnel or food safety supervisors working in tourism, hospitality and catering organisations with permanent or temporary kitchen premises, and smaller food preparation or bar areas.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Certification requirements apply to individuals involved in food handling or supervision, varying across States and Territories.

Delivery and outcomes

The course is delivered in English, English/Mandarin, English/Cantonese or English/Vietnamese.

On completion of this course, you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment (issued by UPC College) and the Food Safety Supervisor Certificate (issued by the NSW Food Authority).

Please contact the College for more information and the next course dates

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UPC College delivers 3 First Aid courses required by individuals working in different industries. These courses are delivered in English, English/Mandarin, English/Cantonese or English/Vietnamese. On completion of a course, you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and the corresponding First Aid Certificate. The three first aid courses that UPC offers are:

HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

HLTAID003 – Provide first aid.

TThis unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings. Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting.

HLTAID004 – Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to infants, children and adults. The unit applies to educators and support staff working within an education and care setting who are required to respond to a first aid emergency, including asthmatic and anaphylactic emergencies.

Please contact the College for more information and the next course dates
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Domestic Students

Courses offered by UPC under Smart & Skilled Programs

UPC College offers 13 nationally recognised qualifications from Certificate III to Advanced diploma under 5 Smart & Skilled programs. In general, you are entitled to take any course but the delivery mode and subsidised fee may be different. There are five areas of study offered.

BSB 30115
Certificate III in Business
A-B-C-D
BSB 40215
Certificate IV in Business
A-B-C
Course Code
Qualification description
Programs
BSB 42415
Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication
A-B-C
BSB 52415
Diploma of Marketing and Communication
A-B
BSB 61315
Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication
A-B
Course Code
Qualification description
Programs
CHC 30113
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care
A-B-C-D
CHC 50113
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
A-B-C
Course Code
Qualification description
Programs
BSB 51915
Diploma of Leadership and Management
A-B-C
BSB 61015
Advanced Diploma of Leadership & Management
A-B
Course Code
Qualification description
Programs
FNS 30315
Certificate III in Accounts Administration
A-B-C-D
FNS 40215
Certificate IV in Bookkeeping
A-B-C
FNS 40615
Certificate IV in Accounting
A-B-C
FNS 50215
Diploma of Accounting
A-B
Course Code
Qualification description
Programs
( A ) Full Qualifications - This category includes 2 Smart & Skilled programs: (a) Entitlement Full Qualifications and (b) Targeted Priorities Full Qualifications.
  • Eligibility: Standard conditions
  • Delivery modes: Classroom, workplace or Blended
  • Fees: Exemption, Concession (Certificates III and IV only) and Standard Student fees
( B ) Part Qualifications - (Clusters of units of competency) – Targeted Priorities Prevocational and Part Qualifications
  • Eligibility: Standard conditions
  • Delivery modes: Classroom, workplace or Blended
  • Fee: Nil
( C ) Traineeship (Full qualifications) – Entitlement Apprenticeships and Traineeships
  • Eligibility: Standard conditions plus within 6 months of employment
  • Delivery modes: Workplace
  • Fee: Maximum $1,000 per course
( D ) School Based Traineeships - This category includes 2 Smart & Skilled programs: (a) Entitlement Full Qualifications and (b) Targeted Priorities Full Qualifications.
  • Eligibility: Modified standard conditions - Studying Years 11 and 12 at a high school (No age limit)
  • Delivery modes: Classroom or Blended
  • Fee: Nil
For further information, please contact UPC College:

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Training under Smart & Skilled Programs are subsidised by the NSW Government. You pay only a portion of the training cost. The subsidised fee is dependent on your personal circumstances and level of qualification. Fees are the same for all providers, either NSW TAFE or any community or private colleges. There are four types of subsidised fees.

  • Exemption – Fees are exempted for students with a disability or Aboriginal or Torres Straits students or students with subsidised housing.
  • Concession – If you are receiving a Commonwealth benefit or allowance, you and your dependents will pay a concession fee of $240 for a course (For Certificates III and IV only).
  • Capped fee – If you are a new worker (starting your full-time job within 6 months), you will pay a maximum of $1,000 for a course.
  • UPC scholarship – UPC offers scholarships to outstanding or low income students.
  • Standard subsidised fee – If you do not fit into any of the above catalogues, you will have to pay standard student fee.

Standard fees apply to students who are not doing a traineeship or who are not qualified for a concession or exemption.

CBSB 30115
Certificate III in Business
1,310
1,570
BSB 40215
Certificate IV in Business
1,570
1,830
Course Code
Qualification description
First
Sub
BSB 42415
Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication
1,570
1,830
BSB 52415
Diploma of Marketing and Communication
2,510
2,820
BSB 61315
Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication
2,560
2,880
Course Code
Qualification description
First
Sub
CHC 30113
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care
1,590
1,910
CHC 50113
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
4,380
4,930
Course Code
Qualification description
First
Sub
BSB 51915
Diploma of Leadership and Management
2,510
2,820
BSB 61015
Advanced Diploma of Leadership & Management
2,560
2,800
Course Code
Qualification description
First
Sub
FNS 30315
Certificate III in Accounts Administration
1,310
1,570
FNS 40215
Certificate IV in Bookkeeping
1,960
2,290
FNS 40615
Certificate IV in Accounting
1,960
2,290
FNS 50215
Diploma of Accounting
2,560
2,880
Course Code
Qualification description
First
Sub

There are two categories of standard fees:

  • First qualification – Applies to students who do not already hold a post-school qualification.
  • Subsequent qualification – Applies to students who already hold a post-school qualification which includes vocational or higher education qualifications previously achieved in Australia or overseas at any time.

CBSB 30115
300
300
-
710
BSB 40215
300
300
-
970
Course Code
1st
2nd
3rd
Final
BSB 42415
300
300
-
370
BSB 52415
700
700
-
1,110
BSB 61315
700
700
-
1,160
Course Code
1st
2nd
3rd
Final
CHC 30113
300
300
-
990
CHC 50113
1,200
1,200
1,200
780
Course Code
1st
2nd
3rd
Final
BSB 51915
700
700
-
1,110
BSB 61015
700
700
-
1,160
Course Code
1st
2nd
3rd
Final
FNS 30315
300
300
-
710
FNS 40215
600
600
-
760
FNS 40615
600
600
-
760
FNS 50215
700
700
-
1,160
Course Code
1st
2nd
3rd
Final

  • First qualification – Applies to students who do not already hold a post-school qualification.
  • CBSB 30115
    300
    300
    -
    970
    BSB 40215
    300
    300
    -
    1,230
    Course Code
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
    Final
    BSB 42415
    300
    300
    -
    1,230
    BSB 52415
    700
    700
    -
    1,420
    BSB 61315
    700
    700
    -
    1,480
    Course Code
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
    Final
    CHC 30113
    300
    300
    -
    1,420
    CHC 50113
    1,200
    1,200
    1,200
    1,480
    Course Code
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
    Final
    BSB 51915
    700
    700
    -
    1,310
    BSB 61015
    700
    700
    -
    1,330
    Course Code
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
    Final
    FNS 30315
    300
    300
    -
    970
    FNS 40215
    600
    600
    -
    1,090
    FNS 40615
    600
    600
    -
    1,090
    FNS 50215
    700
    700
    -
    1,480
    Course Code
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
    Final

  • Subsequent qualification – Applies to students who already hold a post-school qualification which includes vocational or higher education qualifications previously achieved in Australia or overseas at any time.
  • UPC scholarships are based on either your academic achievement or financial needs.

    Academic achievement

  • Type of scholarship (Full or part) will be based on the results of your High School Leaving Certificate.
  • Full scholarship: HSC mark is above 75%
  • Half scholarship: HSC mark is between 65% and 75%
  • Financial needs

    Type of scholarship will be based on a means test.

  • Single
  • Full scholarship: Annual taxable incomes are less than $35,000
  • Half scholarship: Incomes are between $35,000 and $50,000
  • Single families
  • Full scholarship: Annual taxable ncomes are less than $40,000
  • Half scholarship: Incomes are between $40,000 and $55,000
  • Families with children
  • Income limits are $5,000 above single family limits for every child.
  • Full Scholarship Fee

    You will pay a fee of $240 (Equal to consession fees paid by welfare recipients)

    Half Scholarship Fee

  • BSB30115 Certificate III in Business – $655
  • BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business – $785
  • BSB42415 Certificate IV in Marketing – $785
  • BSB52415 Diploma of Marketing and Communication – $1,255
  • BSB61315 Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication – $1,280
  • BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management – $1,255
  • BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management – $1,280
  • CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care – $795
  • CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care – $2,190
  • FNS30315 Certificate III in Accounts Administration – $655
  • FNS40215 Certificate IV in Bookkeeping – $980
  • FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting – $980
  • FNS50215 Diploma of Accounting – $1,280
  • Smart and Skilled

    is a reform of the NSW Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. It's helping people in NSW get the skills they need to find a job and/or advance their careers.

    Purposes of the training

  • improve your current skills for job progression
  • learn new skills for change of employment or career
  • prepare for entering or returning to the workforce
  • prepare for higher education studies
  • any purposes which enriches your life
  • Eligibility

    You have to satisfy the following conditions (Except the School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program)

  • 15 years old or over*, and
  • no longer at school*, and
  • living or working in NSW, and
  • an Australian citizen, a permanent Australian resident, a humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen.
  • If you are not eligible for a place under Smart and Skilled programs, UPC College has its own fee assistance program for you.
  • Entry Requirements

    UPC course entry is based on a three-pronged test approach. You will be assessed by counselling staff via interview and/or formal tests. The purpose of the tests is to assess your potential so that we can provide necessary assistance to support you to successfully complete the training.

  • Attitude test – You are expected to show a clear desire and ambition to achieve new/higher skills and knowledge through the completion of the course.
  • Literacy and numeracy test – You are expected to have numeracy and literacy skills to complete the course.
  • English test – Depending on your English proficiency level, the course could be delivered through one of the three options: English, bi-lingual or your home language with the assistance of an interpreter.
  • Mode of delivery

    You can choose one of the 3 modes to suit your circumstances.

  • Classroom delivery – Full-time study by attending a class at UPC Bankstown Campus.
  • Workplace delivery – Learning and assignment materials will be delivered to you via email and your appointed trainer will visit you at your workplace.
  • Blended delivery – Learning and assignment materials will be delivered to you via email and your appointed trainer will meet with you based on a mutual arrangement.
  • International Students

    Applying for an Australian Student Visa

    To apply for a visa you need to contact either our representative in your region/country, or a diplomatic representative of the Australian Government at the Australian Embassy in your country. You can obtain information about Australian Student Visas on the following Australian Government websites: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au or www.border.gov.au/.

    These websites provide you with the official current details regarding the entry requirements for a Student Visa, your responsibilities after you receive your Student Visa and the documents you are required to submit with your Student Visa application.

    Depending on the country in which you live and the course of study you wish to undertake, your visa may take weeks or even months to be approved.

    How to apply and enrol at UPC College
    1. Complete your UPC College application form

    Send your completed form, and your non-refundable Application Fee of AUD200 to UPC College admission@upc.edu.au or one of our Representatives. You must attach certified copies of all the documents that are requested on the Application Form.

    Application checklist – Have you:

    • Completed all sections of the application form?
    • Read and signed the declaration?
    • Enclosed certified copies of your passport and visa?
    • Enclosed certified copies of qualifications?
    • Enclosed certified copies of English test?
    • Enclosed any other certified documents requested in the application form?
    • Enclosed AUD200 for the (non refundable) application fee?

    2. A Letter of Offer

    UPC College will assess your application and if you are accepted you will be sent a Letter of Offer.

    3. Accepting an offer and payment of fees

    If you wish to accept the offer you are required to pay the full fee for English courses or the first instalment (equal to 6 months tuition fee) for other courses; plus overseas student health cover and any other fees as detailed in the Letter of Offer.
    Further tuition fee instalments are to be paid 3-monthly, in advance.
    A fee schedule will be forwarded to you.

    4. Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)

    After you have paid your fees, UPC will issue an eCoE. The eCoE will be sent to you, or your agent, by mail, email or fax. You must then submit the eCoE to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) to apply for your Student Entry Visa to Australia.

    5. Submit your Australian Student Visa application

    Application for a student entry visa is complicated. The success is dependent on many factors. Most importantly, in recent visa reforms, the Australian government has emphasised that the applicant (you) must be applying for entry to Australia for the purposes of genuine study and not for any other purpose.

    For more information please contact our representatives, your nearest Australian diplomatic mission, or visit the immigration website: www.border.gov.au.

    Checklist of things to do before leaving home

    • Make sure your student visa is valid for all of the time period shown on your Confirmation of Enrolment.
    • Make contact with UPC College to confirm your start date and advise the College of your travel details.
    • Arrange medications from your doctor if required.
    • Apply for a credit card and/or arrange for sufficient funds to be available for you to access in Australia. Confirm overseas access to your funds with your bank.
    • Change enough currency into Australian dollars before you leave so that you can catch a taxi or make a phone call in the event of an emergency.
    • When packing your bags, make sure you include the name and contact details of UPC in Sydney:

      University Preparation College
      27 Greenfield Parade
      BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
      Contact Person: Mr Cong Truong
      Tel.: 9791 6020, Mobile: 0402 780 730

    Important documents

    Prepare a folder of official documents to bring with you to Australia, including:

    • Valid passport
    • Printout of your student visa confirmation letter
    • Your institution’s offer of a place/admission letter
    • Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)
    • Receipts of payments (e.g. tuition fees, OSHC, bank statements)
    • Insurance policies
    • Original or certified copies of your academic transcripts and qualifications
    • Other personal identification documents (e.g. birth certificate, ID card, driver’s licence)
    • Medical records, prescriptions and generic names of medications.
    • Photocopy of credit/debit card(s)
    • Reference letters for potential employers and accommodation providers.
    Before you leave, make copies of all your documents and leave them with someone at home who can send them on to you if the originals get lost. When flying, keep all your documents in your carry-on luggage.

    Orientation on arrival

    Orientation is conducted on your first day at the College. It is designed to inform you about college life and to introduce you to your course. In addition, you will meet your trainer and other college staff, have a tour of the College and be informed of College policies and procedures.

    English Placement Test

    All English students are tested on day one of their course so that they can be placed in the appropriate class. You will be required to take reading, writing and listening tests, and to have a one-to-one interview with an English teacher to assess your speaking skills. Once your test results have been calculated, you will be assigned to an English class to begin your course.

    Recognition of your past training and skills

    Your study path and course length in Childcare and Accounting programs can be adjusted if you gain credit or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). To achieve this, students go through a recognition application process. You have to submit evidence which demonstrates that you have the required knowledge, work experience or life experience that is equivalent to the UPC subjects (or units of competency). You may also be asked to complete a skills test.

    Maintaining a full time study load (20 hours per week)

    Overseas students must maintain a full time study load. However, if you reach the final semester and have to repeat units/subjects, the full time study load is not required. Local students receiving Austudy will also have to retain a full time study load.

    Course Timetable

    Each course has a different timetable each term. Timetables are issued at the start of the term. All courses are offered on a full time basis, the study load is 20 hours per week.

    Your Responsibility

    As an overseas student on a student visa, you have responsibilities to:

  • Maintain your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the period of your stay
  • Meet the terms of the written agreement with UPC
  • Inform UPC College if you change your address
  • Maintain satisfactory course progress (VET students)
  • Maintain satisfactory attendance (ELICIOS students)
  • If you are under 18, maintain your approved accommodation, support and general welfare arrangements.
  • Attendance
    This is a student visa requirement and will be strictly monitored and recorded.

    English courses require intensive training and extensive practice, so students are expected to maintain their class attendance at a minimum of 80%. It is recommended that students aim for 100% attendance so as to allow for illness or other extenuating circumstances.

    Academic Course Progress

    Students are required to successfully complete various examinations and practical exercises in reading, writing, speaking and listening. These assessments are carried out throughout the course and a final examination is conducted in week ten.

    Academic Progress Counselling

    Academic progress counselling for students who are experiencing academic difficulty is planned and conducted during the four weeks following the receipt of academic progress reports by the Head of Department. The Head of Department, in consultation with the academic staff, will decide upon appropriate strategies and develop an individual education plan for the student. This may include additional small group and/or one-to-one study periods; an individual home study plan; additional assessment tasks or enrolment of the student in a lower level class.

    Attendance Intervention

    The Head of Department, College Counsellor and/or the Student Support Manager will counsel a student if his/her attendance rate falls to an unacceptable level. If the attendance rate falls below 70%, a warning letter will be issued requesting the student to meet with the Head of Department and the Counsellor in order to show cause for the unacceptable level of absenteeism. The warning letter explains the student's right to access the complaint and appeal process within 20 working days. A follow-up email or phone call will be made within five working days if there is no response from the student. A second letter will be sent, indicating the need to meet with the President to rectify the situation if the attendance record continues to fall below 70%. Otherwise, the student will be reported for the breach of visa conditions.

    The College is aware that sometimes students fall behind because of the emotional difficulties involved in adjusting to new culture. Counselling and extra support will be made available to students who demonstrate their genuine commitment to studies.

    AAA Wealth Proprietary Ltd

    Level 1, 38 Bankstown City Plaza,
    Bankstown, NSW 2200, Australia
    Contact: Thomas Vo
    Phone: +61 (0)405-710-027
    Email: Thomas.pt.vo@gmail.com
    Web: #

    AJS Education and Migration Agent

    Level 1, Suite 12, 49 Park Rd,
    Cabramatta, NSW, 2166, Australia
    Contact: Jenny Tew
    Phone: +61 2 9724 7168
    Mobile: +61 (0)419252288
    Email: jenny@ajsedumigration.com

    Aussie Visa Education Zone

    19 John Street, Lidcombe,
    NSW, 2141, Australia
    Contact: Kristy Formosa
    Phone: +61 2 9646 2763
    Email: avaezone@gmail.com
    Web: #

    Australia International Pacific Education and Migration

    1610 World Tower, 87-89 Liverpool St,
    Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Francis Y.H. Zhang
    Phone: +61 2 9264 9818
    Fax: +61 29264-9828
    Email: Aipem168@yahoo.com

    Dicos Enterprises Pty Ltd

    109 Sackville Street, Ingleburne,
    NSW, 2565, Australia
    Contact: Brenda Dore
    Phone: +61 (0)405 565 842
    Email: brenda.dore@gmail.com
    Web: #

    Dreams Australia Immigration Services

    Suite 1216B, Level 12, 87-89,
    Liverpool Street, World Tower Commercial,
    Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Gurpinder Chima
    Phone: +61 2 8958 5211
    Mobile: +61 (0)430001319
    Email:chima_dreamsaustralia@yahoo.com

    "Education And Migration Corner" SNS

    Suite 502, 32 York St.,
    Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Sunil Uprety
    Phone: + 61 2 8084 0236
    Mobile: + 61 (0)401407356
    Email: info@educationmigration.com

    E-planet

    Suite 503, Level-5, 235-Clarence Street,
    Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Nayan M.L. Lamichhane
    Phone: +61 2 8021 3407
    Mobile: + 61 (0)452589067
    Email: info@eplanet.edu.np

    The Erda Group

    Level 8, Suite 810, 368 Sussex Street,
    Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Monaz Erda
    Phone: + 61 2 8021 7337
    Fax: + 61 2 9264 2202 
    Email: monaz.teg@gmail.com

    Intraco Education Pty Ltd

    74/1-3 Clarence Street,
    Strathfield, NSW 2135, Australia
    Contact: Imran
    Phone: + 61 2 8971 5811
    Mobile: + 61 (0)414 086 633
    Email: infointracostudy@gmail.com

    JJ Samys Pty Ltd

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    Contact: Paul Samy
    Phone:
    Email: ksamy@ojjss.com.au
    Web: #

    Newland Immigration

    Level 1, 42-44 Arthur Street,
    Cabramatta, NSW, 2166, Australia
    Contact: Pauline Phuong Lam
    Phone: +61 2 9725 7922
    Mob: + 61 (0)417 422 849
    Email: newlandtraveltkt@yahoo.com.au

    Progress Study Consultancy

    9/534 Kent St, Sydney,
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    Contact: Stella Kusuma
    Phone: + 61 2 9267 8866
    Email: progress_study@yahoo.com
    Web: #

    Regal Training College

    Level 1, 123 Cabramatta Road,
    Cabramatta, NSW, 2166, Australia
    Contact: Wendy Tran
    Phone: + 61 02 9723 6922
    Mobile: + 61 0424 970 570
    Email: wendy@rticollege.com.au

    Edunetwork Pty Ltd

    Suite 8, International Business Centre,
    Australian Technology Park, 2 Cornwallis St,
    Everleigh, NSW, 2015, Australia
    Contact: Brian Quang H Dinh
    Phone: +61 (0)433 122 170
    Email: briandinh@edunetwork.net.au
    Web: #

    Skylark Migration

    Level 19, 180 Lonsdale St,
    Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia
    Contact: Tony Truong
    Phone: + 61 3 9623 2265
    Email: service@skylarkmigration.com.au
    Web: #

    Study Care Education

    Suite 55, Level 8, 301 Castlereagh St,
    Haymarket, NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Steven Van
    Phone: + 61 (0)422 922 988
    Email: enrolment@study-care.com
    Web: #

    Galaxy Education and Migration Services (GEM) Pty. Ltd.

    Suite 1713, Level 17,
    World Tower Commercial Suites,
    87-89 Liverpool St, Sydney, NSW,
    2000, Australia
    Contact: Min Gurung
    Phone: + 61 2 9269 0551
    Mobile: +61 (0)423 379 999
    Email: info@galaxyeducation.com.au

    Pan Pacific Training and Education Centre

    4th Floor, Lok Kui Industrial Building,
    6-8 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong,
    Kowloon, Hong Kong
    Contact: Ephraim Tsang & Zoe Shu
    Phone: +852 3468-6386
    + 852 5100-5911

    Kelabit Kft

    42-44 Gizella Rd,, Budapest,
    1143, Hungary
    Contact: Szilvia Diener, Matyas Vargas
    Phone: + 36 70 376 99509
    Mobile: + 36 70 376 98 68
    Email: kelabitkft@gmail.com

    World Settlement Consulting

    GS Complex, 1-A Johad Market,
    Gian Nagar, Jalandhar, Punjab, India
    House No. 421, Mota Singh Nagar,
    Jalandhar, Punjab, India
    Contact: Gurpreet Singh
    Phone: +91 72529729
    +91 9041029721
    +91 9041029723
    Email: Manusingh6842@yahoo.com
    Email: contact@wscindia.org

    Education Planet (Chitwan Office)

    Sahid Chowk-03,
    Chitwan, Nepal
    Contact: #
    Phone: +977-56-533706
    Email: #
    Web: #

    Aarogya Education

    2nd Floor, City Hub Complex,
    Tinkhuna, Nepal
    Contact: Bishnu Dahal
    Phone: +977-985-1045434
    Email: bishnudahal@gmail.com.au
    Web: #

    Abroad Study Center Pvt.Ltd

    Ganeshthan-07, Chabahil,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Contact: Tukti Sherpa
    Phone: +977 1 4487971
    Mobile: +977 98 51076650
    Email: tuktisherpa@gmail.com

    Education And Migration Corner SNS (Sydney Office)

    Suite 502, 32 York St, Sydney,
    NSW, 2000, Australia
    Contact: Sunil Uprety
    Phone: +61 2 8084 0236
    Mobile: +61 (0)401 407 356
    Email: info@educationmigration.com

    E-planet (Australian office)

    Suite 503, Level-5,
    235-Clarence Street,
    NSW 2000, Australia
    Contact: Nayan M.L. Lamichhane
    Phone: +61 2 8021 3407
    Mobile: +61 (0)452 589 067
    Email: info@eplanet.edu.np

    Education Asia (P) LTD

    Level 1, Putalisadak
    Kathmandu , 44600, Nepal
    (Opposite Kumari Bank)
    Contact: Rambhu Sah
    Phone: +977 1 4010790
    Mobile: +977 98 01115600
    Email: admin@educationasiaglobal.com

    Kangaroo Education Foundation

    GPO Box 8973 NPC 343, Putalisadak,
    5th floor, AB Complex, Padmodaya Mode,
    Putalisadak, Kathmandu, Nepal
    (near intersection of Putalisadak and
    Pradarshami Marg), Kathmandu, Nepal
    Contact: Mahesh Babu Timalsina
    Phone: +977 1 4233107 ext 202
    Mobile: +977 98 13167253
    Email: australia@kangaroo.edu.np

    Overseas Education Center

    P.O. Box 8973 NPC 133,
    Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal
    Jawalakhel, Lalitpur
    (Opposite to St.Xavier's School),
    near Alka Hospital
    Contact: Upendra & Alija
    Phone: +977-01-5555037
    Mobile: +977 98 511094727
    Email: overseas@vianet.com.np

    Hub

    PO Box 25832, Hub Complex,
    Bagbazar, Kathmandu, Nepal.
    Contact: Sonee Shrestha Udhav Khadka
    Phone: +977 1 4242096
    Mobile: +977 98 51059849
    Email: Udhav@hubintl.edu.np

    Education Planet (Butwal Office)

    Milan Chowk-10,
    Butwal, Nepal
    Contact:#
    Phone: +977-71-544777
    Email: #
    Web: #

    Little Merimaid Education and Research Consultancy

    Banasthali Chowk,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Contact: Deepak Khanal
    Mobile: +977 98 51170571
    +977 98 18673874
    Email: littlemermaideducation@gmail.com

    Trinity

    Bastolathar, Mahendrapool,
    Pokhara, Nepal
    Contact: Sanjev Subba (Marketing officer)
    Phone: +977 61 525739
    +977 61 521639 (Ext:- 8006)
    Email: sanjev@trinityeducation.edu.np

    Education And Migration Corner SNS (Nepal)

    Adwait Marga, Putalisadak,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Contact: Ram Prasad Upreti
    Phone: +977 1 4260420
    Mobile: +977 98 41429205
    Email: kathmandu@educationmigration.com

    E-planet (Kathmandu)

    Ichhamati Street 248, Bagbazar-31,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    (Next to Shreshta’s Taylors)
    Contact: Deep Raj Khatri
    Phone: +977 1 4239656 (7)
    Mobile: +977 98 51051307
    Email: Deep.khatri@eplanet.edu.np

    Oxford Edu Consultancy

    Baneshwor Plaza 4th floor “ B “ Block,
    New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
    Contact: Bishnu Khanal, Ramm Karki
    Phone: +977 1 446635
    Mobile: +977 98 51 106786
    Email: australia.oxford@gmail.com
    info@oxfordedu.com.np

    Kantipur Intl Open Education Pvt Ltd

    GPO Box No: 25830, Bibhuti,
    Janak Marg, New Baneshwor,
    Bibhuti, Janak Marg,
    New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
    (Near Samaj Dental Hospital)
    Contact: BK Shrestha
    Phone: +977 01 4479811, 2044082
    Mobile: +977 98 51104172
    Email: kantipurintl@netscape.net

    Castle Education Consultancy Pvt. Ltd

    GPO Box no:10251  Ktm, Kumaripati,
    Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal
    Kumaripati 19, Lalitpur,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    (Satdobatao Road, near T intersection with
    Plahalaximisthan Rd; NCC bank, Janata Bank
    Contact: Ram Bhakta MAHARJAN
    Phone: +977 1 5543062
    Mobile: 977 98 51056533
    Email: castleeducation@info.com.np
    rambmaharjan@gmail.com

    Study Group EU

    Harriet Freezerhof 51, The Hague,
    South-Holland-Netherlands
    Contact: Pim and Kees Vis
    Email: keesvis@studygroupeu.eu
    pimvis@studyAustralia.eu

    Whiterock Educational Services

    Suite 40-43, Fleming Office Plaza,
    AIT/Raypower Road, Alagbado, Lagos State, Nigeria
    Contact: Simon Peter A
    Phone: +234 802 706 4949
    Email: simonfemi@yahoo.com

    Achievers International

    38/12, Nevil De Silwa Mawatha,
    Negombo, Sri Lanka
    Contact: Abdul Raheem Zajaath
    Phone: Negombo: +94 7 77887050
    Phone: Colombo: + 94 7 79568350
    Cell phone Colombo: +947 79568350
    Email: info@achievers-int.com

    Nippon Union (Pvt)

    No 372/8, Peradeniya Road,
    Kandy, Sri Lanaka
    Contact: Riyasa
    Phone: +94 81 2203514
    Mobile: +94 7 74605588
    Email: nipponunion@gmail.com>

    Educare International

    No 542 A, R.A De Mel Mawatha,
    JColombo - 03, Sri Lanka
    Contact: KLM Riza
    Phone: +94 112505172
    Mobile: +94 7 73388366
    Email: study2visa@gmail.com
    educare@sltnet.lk

    Apprenticeship Overseas Study Company (084-101)

    38 Tran Quy Khoach,
    Tan Dinh Ward, District 1, HCM City, Vietnam
    Director: La Quoc Phong
    Phone: 84 8 36025614
    Email: cherishquocla@yahoo.com
    Web: huannghe.com

    Western Education Consulting (084-102)

    38 4/18 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia,
    W 8, District 3, HCM City, Vietnam
    Contact: Ms Nguyen Thi Thanh Tam
    Phone: 84 8 39330015
    Email: contact@westernedu.org
    Web: www.westernedu.org

    Lien Ket Tri Tue (084-109)

    540/25 Cach Mang Thang 8
    Ward 11, District.3, HCMC, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-8 6676 4741
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    Email: lienkettritue@gmail.com
    Web: www.lienkettritue.webs.com

    Nhat Anh Company (084-110)

    112 Tan Trang
    Ward 9, Tan Binh District, HCMC, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-8 3868 5700
    #
    Email: kimanh@nhatanh-edu.com
    Web: www.nhatanh-edu.com

    Duc Tu Trading Corporation (DTU Corp) (084-103)

    158 Ho Ba Kiem Street,
    W 15, District 10, HCM City, Vietnam
    Director: Huynh My Han
    Phone: 84 8 62 769 647
    Email: biz@dtu.com.vn
    Web: www.dtu.com.au

    United Education Co Ltd (084-105)

    21 Mai Thi Luu Street
    Da Cao Ward, District 1, HCM City, Vietnam
    Director: Dinh Nhi Phuong
    Phone: 84-8 3911 0102
    Email: phuongdn@unitededu.com.vn
    Web: www.unitededu.com.vn

    Indochina International Education Development Group (084-106)

    157 Ly Chinh Thang Street,
    Ward 7, District 3, HCMC, Vietnam
    Chair: Mr Tran Van Rung
    Phone: 84-8 3862 1278
    Email: rungtran@iabm.edu.vn
    Web: www.indochinagroup.edu.vn

    EAA Edulink (084-107)

    130 Huynh Van Banh
    Ward 12, Phu Nhuan District, HCMC, Vietnam
    Phone: (84) 0933 633 629
    #
    Email: info@auucmy.edu.vn
    Web: www.auucmy.edu.vn

    Duc Tu Trading Corporation (DTU Corp) (084-103)

    158 Ho Ba Kiem Street,
    W 15, District 10, HCM City, Vietnam
    Director: Huynh My Han
    Phone: 84 8 62 769 647
    Email: biz@dtu.com.vn
    Web: www.dtu.com.au

    LISAHO Study Overseas Consulting (084-104)

    94-96 Nguyen Du Street
    District 1, HCM City, Vietnam
    Phone: (08) 3822 3872, Mobile: 0909 133 048
    Director: Kelvin Chu
    Email: info@lisahostudyoverseas.com
    Web: www.lisahostudyoverseas.com

    Study Link (084-111)

    219 Bis Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street
    Dist.1, HCMC, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-8- 3925 6731
    #
    Email: ha.nguyen@studylink.org
    Web: www.studylink.org

    EduViet Global (084-112)

    Level 2, 68B Nguyễn Văn Trỗi,
    Phú Nhuận District, HCM City, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-8 3997 6797
    congnt@eduviet.edu.vn
    Email: www.eduvietglobal.vn
    Web: #

    LISAHO Study Overseas Consulting (084-104)

    94-96 Nguyen Du Street
    District 1, HCM City, Vietnam
    Phone: (08) 3822 3872, Mobile: 0909 133 048
    Director: Kelvin Chu
    Email: info@lisahostudyoverseas.com
    Web: www.lisahostudyoverseas.com

    VIVA Education (084-113)

    2A Phung Khac Khoan St.,
    Dist.1, HCM City, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-8 3824 5007
    #
    Email: bich@viva-edu.com.vn
    Web: #

    Euro America Australia Tourist & Overseas Educational Consultant (084-108)

    45/6 Ong Ich Khiem,
    Ward 10, District 11, HCMC, Vietnam
    Phone: 84 -710-3880 570
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    Email: aumyuc2012@yahoo.com
    Web: #

    Bao Chung International Education (084-201)

    148 Pham Trung Kinh Street
    Yen Hoa Ward, Hanoi, Vietnam
    Contact: Director, Ms Thi Minh Tram Phi
    Phone: 84 4 3773 7929
    Email: www.binco.edu.vn
    Web: #

    Truong Phat International Investment & Education (084-203)

    17G2 Van Phuc St
    Ha Noi, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-4 3767 4943
    #
    Email: admin@duhoctruongphat.com
    Web: www.duhoctruongphat.com

    Hanoi International Study Abroad Cooperation (084-204)

    21 Dinh Cong Thuong, Dinh Cong,
    Hoang Mai District, Ha Noi, Vietnam
    Contact: Director Thi An Phan
    Phone: (84-4) 3640 1996
    Email: duhoc@hisa.vn
    Web: www.hisa.edu.vn

    EduViet Global (084-202)

    129 Phan Văn Trường,
    Cau Giay, Ha Noi, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-4 6681 8757
    #
    Email: congnt@eduviet.edu.vn
    Web: www.eduvietglobal.vn

    Phuc Son International Study Abroad – IMMIVIET (084-205)

    Room 1504 CT5X2 Building, Bac Linh Dam,
    Hoang Mai, Hanoi, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-4 3641 6648
    #
    Email: hungdt@immiviet.vn
    Web: www.immiviet.vn www.phucson.edu.vn

    Hanoi International Study Abroad Cooperation Co. (084-206)

    21 Dinh Cong Thuong,
    Dinh Cong Ward, Hoang Mai Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam
    Tel: 84 4 3640 1996/97; Mobile: 84 983 10 44 30
    Contact: Phan Thi An
    Email: duhoc@hisa.vn
    Web: www.hisa.vn

    Asia Pacific Company LTD (APACO) (084-301)

    19 Pham Huy Thong
    Le Chan District, Hai phong, Vietnam
    Contact: Office Manager, Mrs Thi Lan Bui
    Phone: 84 98 2237189
    Email: info@duhochaiphong.vn
    Web: #

    LISAHO Study Overseas Consulting (084-401)

    7th Floor, 10 Hai Phong Street
    Hai Chau I Ward, Hai Chau District,
    Da Nang, Vietnam
    Phone: (051) 1388 8048
    Mobile: 0905 270 048
    Director: Kelvin Chu
    Email: info@lisahostudyoverseas.com
    Web: www.lisahostudyoverseas.com

    EduViet Global (084-402)

    14 Nguyen Du
    Hai Chau District, Da Nang, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-51 1388 7997
    #
    Email: congnt@eduviet.edu.vn
    Web: www.eduvietglobal.vn

    Euro America Australia Tourist & Overseas Educational Consultant (084-501)

    436 Cach Mang Thang Tam St.
    Bui Huu Nghia Ward, Binh Thuy Dist, Can Tho, Vietnam
    Phone: 84-71 0388 0570
    #
    Email: aumyuc2012@yahoo.com
    Web: #

    A Au Study Abroad Advisory Company Limited

    4 Tan Lap Hamlet, Son Binh Ward,
    Chau Duc District, Ba Ria Vung Tau, Vietnam
    Contact: Xuan Hai Nguyen
    Phone: +84 (0)986 291 061
    Email: ctyduhocaau2000@gmail.com

    Seeking to represent UPC

    Under the National Code(1), UPC is required to:

    • engage representatives who have appropriate knowledge and understanding of the Australian international education industry
    • enter into a written agreement with the representatives
    • ensure that the representatives have access to up-to-date and accurate marketing information
    • not accept students from any representative that is suspected to be engaging in dishonest practices
    • terminate an agreement if it is become aware that the representative is acting dishonestly or unethically
    • take immediate corrective or preventive action, if UPC become aware of any form of unprofessional activity by the representative.
    If you satisfy with the above terms and conditions and you would like to represent UPC College in your region, please contact us via email: international@upc.edu.au or info@upc.edu.au

    CAMPUS INFORMATION

    UPC is based at its Bankstown campus. Bankstown is a multi-cultural city which is easily reached by a 30-minute train ride from Sydney Central. Our academic staff are industrially experienced trainers and post-graduate university academics in the areas of vocational training and English Language. The college is well equipped with lecture rooms, modern computer labs and common student areas. There are well equipped kitchen facilities for both staff and students, and private space to meet with your teachers and management. Students' social needs are not overlooked and dedicated areas are provided. We offer English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) programs, and Diploma and Advanced Diploma programs in Early Childhood Education & Care (Childcare), Accounting, Business, Leadership and Management and Marketing and Communication.

    Learn Smarter, Learn Better.

    The University Preparation College (UPC) promotes education as a means to excel in all aspects of life. Our College strives to create a meaningful study experience that recognises every individual's cultural background and assists and supports our students on their chosen path. Our programs are designed to help serious students articulate to a degree or higher education at university, or to work towards vocational trade recognition in Australia. We will provide a study environment which allows our students to learn smarter, learn better.

    University Preparation College (UPC) is governed by a Board of Directors who strongly believe that education is a strategic investment which provides long term benefits. The College is directly run by the Management Team that is supported by the Academic Advisory Board and three Advisory Committees. These Academic Board and Advisory Committees implement quality control and assurance strategies to guarantee that UPC programs are delivered at a high standard and accepted by partner Universities.

    Management Team
    • President – Dr Thuy Mai-Viet, BE UNSW, PhD UNSW
    • Chief Executive Officer – Dr Ken Yu, MEd Bristol, PhD Missouri
    • Director Business Development – Mr Anthony J. Currie BA, MA, Grad Dip (ABE, TESOL) UTS; Grad Dip ALLNP (SA TAFE).
    • Business Development (Domestic) Manager – Ms Ada Liu, B Soc (CUHK)
    • Student Support Manager – Ms Tam Mai-Viet, BA University Saigon, Dip IT UTS
    • Administration Manager – Mr Cong Truong Dip Elec Eng
    Academic Advisory Board
    • Chairperson – Dr Brian Low, AM, BSc, B.Ed UNSW, PhD UTS, Emeritus Professor, Ex-Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia
    • Vice Chairperson – Dr Tam Tran, BE & PhD UNSW, Professor, National University of Chonnam, Korea, Ex-Professor, University of NSW, Australia.
    Board Members
    • Dr Lap Vinh Bui, PhD UMQ, Ex-Principal, Petrus Truong Vinh Ky School, Australia
    • Dr Nhan Phan-Thien, BE & PhD USyd, Professor, National University of Singapore, Ex-Professor, University of Sydney, Australia.
    • Dr Hiep Tien Luu, BE & PhD UNSW, Associate Professor, Rector, Lotus University, HCM City, Vietnam
    Three Advisory Committees
    • Childcare Advisory Committee
    • Compliance Advisory Committee
    • Social Media Advisory Committee

    UPC provides the following services to its students and the community:

    • Children Playgroup – The College runs a childcare group which accommodates up to 10 children from families living in the area. This childcare facility provides UPC childcare students basic experience before being placed at childcare centres for work experience.
    • Police Check Report – Students can apply police check reports (for work placement or works) on-line through UPC-ACPET network at a discounted fee.
    • JP (Justice of Peace) certification – The College has two JPs on site who can witness Statutory Declarations and/or do all certifications free (to both students and the public).
    • Free meeting facilities for not-for-profit organisations – UPC College offers its facilities to not-for-profit organisations. If the meetings are outside the office hours, the users will pay for one UPC staff to remain on the premise during the meetings.
    Creating your Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number

    From 1 January 2015, students undertaking nationally recognised training courses have been required to provide their USI number to their registered training provider before they can receive their training records and results. You will continue to use your USI number for any future nationally recognised training you undertake.
    Your USI number links to an online account that contains all your training records and results that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. Your results will be available in your USI account in 2016.
    You can login to the USI Website (www.usi.gov.au) to create the USI number.

    List of useful websites when studying in Sydney
    Translation
    • Language: This extensive, accurate and instant online language translation service supports over 65 world languages.
    • Currency Conversion: View AUD and foreign exchange rates and use this currency exchange rate calculator for all major foreign currencies.
    Sydney Information
    • Bondi Beach: Everything you need to know about this world famous Beach- Events, Entertainment and how to get there.
    • Weather: Have a look at the weather this week in Sydney & Australia.
    • Sydney Map: Find any Sydney street on this interactive map.
    • City of Sydney: The Official website of the Sydney City Council- Events, Entertainment & Sydney city updates
    • Sydney Buses: Timetables & Route Maps as well as travel updates & news
    Travelling in Australia
    Australian Government Information
    • Border.gov.au: Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection
    • Future Unlimited (Study In Australia): Official Australian government website for advice on studying in Australia
    • CRICOS: Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students
    • AQIS: Australian Quarantine Information
    International English Tests
    • College Telephone: Overseas (612) 9791 6020 Australia (02) 9791 6020
    • Dr Thuy Mai-Viet (President) – 0402 780 730
    • Mr Cong Truong (Administrative Director) – 0409 620 547
    • Ms Tam Mai-Viet (Admissions & Student Support Director) – 0407 781 098
    • Ms Jasenka Vlaicevic (Student Welfare / Head of English Department) – 0402 780 730
    Office hours Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 5.00pm
    • Higher education: Dr Thuy Mai-Viet
    • English: Ms Jasenka Vlaicevic & Ms Michelle O'Connor-Davis
    • Childcare: Ms Shelagh Miller
    • Accounting: Mr Riaz Mahmood
    • Food Safety Supervisor: Mr Cong Truong
    Office hours Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 5.00pm
    • International markets: Mr Anthony Currie
    • Vietnamese market: Ms My Anh Dinh & Ms Chiharu Tai
    • Onshore market: Ms Ada Liu Local (Australian)
    • Students: Mr Cong Truong
    • Head: Dr Hiep Luu
    • Address: 386/21A Le Van Sy Street, Ward 14, District 3, HCM City
    • Telephone: (848) 6292 8645
    • Fax: (848) 3526 1469

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