Effective immediately, the University can now accept other Australian universities English Language Centre (ELC) programs for entry into the University programs. ELC English assessed as equivalent to Academic IELTS 6.5 or 7.0 as required for entry into undergraduate and postgraduate programs will be accepted.
Where would you like to have your
career counseling? When are you
traveling for your university
admission? Why are you panicking
about your visa and traveling
processes? What do you need to
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interview panic? Who do you trust
to help you process your Overseas
Student Health Cover? How conducive
would you love to your Post
Departure Service to be?
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the help you needed to apply for
different colleges or universities
and migrating to any country of
Our Visa services ranges from the
1. VISA APPLICATION
2. STUDY VISA
3. SPOUSE VISA
4. TOURIST VISA
5. IMMIGRATION VISA
6. IMMIGRATION COUNSELING
7. CAREER COUNSELING
9. VISA INTERVIEW
10. COURSE AND UNIVERSITY
11. UNIVERSITY ADMISSION
13. POST-DEPARTURE SERVICES
14. OVERSEAS STUDENT
HEALTH COVER (OSHC)
For your Career counseling, we have
a group of well trained staff whose
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job is to counsel you on your
career choice and preferences.
For your traveling and admission
processes, we have set aside a
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panicking about Visa Interview?
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Better still, you can check us at
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Office Address is: Suite 302, Level
3, 661 George Street, Sydney, NSW
You can as well visit us at our
Sub-continental Head Office in
India: 3/8, East Patel, New Delhi,
$10,000 SCHOLARSHIPThe University of Canberra and Study Canberra (ACT Government) are offering five jointly funded scholarships worth $10,000 each for international students commencing studies in Information Technology, Education and selected Health degrees at UC in Semester 1 2020.
To be eligible, you must be an international student commencing your studies in Canberra for the first time in Semester 1 2020.
You must also be holding an offer of admission to one of the eligible UC degrees at the time of scholarship application.
Successful applicants will be selected based on academic merit and the strength of their scholarship application statement.
Applications are now open and will close on Sunday 5 January 2020
Congratulations to Ford, Yoode, Leekung and Yok for completing your English Secondary School Preparation course. You will all definitely be missed as you go back to Thailand to continue your studies. Everyone at Ozford wishes you the best of luck and hopefully we will see you back in Australia soon!
Susan is out of the office until 27th May, as she is travelling to India. She will be travelling around the country for two weeks, so be sure to meet her if she comes to your city. Susan will be conducting a number of seminars where both agents and potential students can learn everything they need to know about Ozford, as well as student life in Melbourne. Keep up to date with her travels by following Ozford Australia on Facebook. Her trip starts off in Delhi.
Year 12 Further Maths
At the end of last term, the Year 12 Further Maths class sat their first SAC, an application task for the Data Analysis topic. The theme for this year’s task was to analyse recent horse racing results, using the statistical techniques learnt in class, to see if there was a correlation between a horse’s starting price (odds of winning) and its finishing position. Each student analysed a different set of race results. In most cases there was not really a strong association between the odds and placings. This goes to show that betting on horse racing is not a good idea unless you are prepared to lose money!
This term we are studying Financial Arithmetic. Students learn how things like investments, loans, mortgages, annuities etc. work and will sit their SAC in a few weeks. Hopefully they will be well informed when it comes time for them to make an investment or one day buy a house. Certainly a better option than horse racing!
Institute of Higher Education > 29 July 2019
High School > 15 July 2019
English Language Centre > Every Monday