ENGLISH FOR DIRECT ENTRY
(CRICOS Code 065626F)
English for Direct Entry is a pathway to higher education programs. This course has been developed for students who need a thorough preparation for higher education, including TAFE, other vocational institutions and university.
English for Direct Entry Level 1 (10 weeks , 25 hours per week)
Level 1 introduces students to academic reading and writing and formal spoken language. Essay writing, note taking and formal oral presentations are key components of the course. Students must achieve a passing grade in all skills to complete the course successfully and satisfy the English language entry requirements for all Flinders University undergraduate and post-graduate Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 courses, and entry to English for Direct Entry Level 2.
English for Direct Entry Level 2 (10 weeks, 23 hours per week)
Level 2 helps students to develop critical thinking and research skills and focuses on extended essay and research report writing, tutorial participation and note taking from lectures. Students must achieve a passing grade in all skills to complete the course successfully and satisfy the English language proficiency requirement for entry to all Flinders University undergraduate and post-graduate Level 4 courses.
English for Direct Entry English Language Entry Requirements
Students will be required to take an entry test, or provide evidence of English proficiency from a recognised English test e.g. IELTS, TOEFL.
To enter EDE 1, students must have an overall score of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with no skill less than 6.0. Students who do not meet the entry requirements for EDE 1 directly will be required to attend English for Academic Purposes first.
Students who are at a higher English level (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent with no skill less than 6.5) may be able to enrol directly in Level 2 of the course.
Please contact us directly for enquiries about English for Direct Entry (EDE) entry requirements.
Please note: Students must be at least 18 years old and intending to undertake tertiary study within 12 months of completing their English course. Students must provide evidence of English proficiency from a recognised English test e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, achieved within the last 12 months. If the English proficiency test score is older than 12 months, students will be required to take an EDE entrance test.