Your pathway to a University Degree
AUSI offers university level Diploma programs in Business and Communication in association with Edith Cowan University (ECU) as an alternative pathway to a university degree.
AUSI offers pre-university level programs in association with Perth Institute of Business and Technology (PIBT) in Business, Computing & Information Technology, Communication, Engineering, Health Science and Nursing. AUSI offers the Edith Cowan University (Australia) bachelor’s degrees in Business or Information Technology. The degree is awarded by ECU Australia and delivered at AUSI.
All programs consist mainly of ECU and PIBT first year degree and foundation courses, and are delivered at AUSI and moderated by ECU lecturers. Upon successful completion of the AUSI Diploma program, students are guaranteed entry into the 2nd year or the 3rd year of the related ECU degree program. Entry into Australia is subject to student visa conditions as set out by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
* Students must transfer to Australia after completion of the Foundation in Nursing, Engineering, Computer & IT and Health Science.
** Students must transfer to Australia for second year in Mass Communication
- To bridge students English levels to the entry standards of the foundation program.
- To bridge students Mathematics and Statistics levels to the entry standards of the foundation program.
- To bridge students Computing skills to the entry standards of the foundation program.
- To give students adequate study, learning and organizational skills to commence studies at a foundation program level.
- Courses have a large practical content and are designed in consultation with industry, professional bodies and government organisations.
- Programs provide you with the skills that employers want. Courses have a flexible structure so that you can double your career opportunities with a double major or select a major from another faculty.
- Programs are recognised by professional associations and the business community in general.In 2007, 6 ECU graduates were nominated for the prestigious 40under40 Business Awards, with five winning awards.
- According to the 2007 Good University Guide, ECU is the only West Australian University to receive five star ratings for both Academic Qualifications and Corporate Links in our MBA program.
- ECU’s School of Communications and Arts is the largest in Western Australia and in the Top 10 in Australia for Communications enrolments.
- Recognised by professional and industry bodies.
- State-of-the-art facilities in Multimedia, Film & Television, Photography and Broadcasting.
- Winner of international and local awards, such as the United Nations Award 2007 for the advertising communications campaign in support of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals.