UNSW Institute of Languages

Courses

Programs for Groups from Partner Universities

To contact our Elite Programs Coordinator and request a customised proposal, please contact us at

Elite Programs
UNSW Institute of Languages
Tel:+ 612 9385 0555
Email: elite.programs@unswglobal.unsw.edu.au

Programs are tailored to suit the specific requirements of the partner universities and your individual needs. The UNSW Institute of Languages works in close consultation with partner universities in planning, developing and implementing customised courses. These programs may be counted for credit towards the degree you are taking in your home country.

English Programs for University Credit

  • Normally programs of 5 weeks or more
  • Students are integrated into mainstream General English, Academic English (minimum 10 weeks) or Business English classes according to their level of proficiency and needs of the university partner
  • Transcripts are provided for partner universities.

Special Focus Programs for University Credit

  • Content designed specifically to meet the needs of the partner institution
  • You can enjoy the opportunity to attend lectures at UNSW by prior arrangement, as well as guest speakers and site visits
  • Duration may be less than 5 weeks
  • Normally students study in an exclusive “closed” group.

English + Semester at UNSW

  • 10 to 20 weeks study of Academic English to enable you to meet the UNSW English entry requirements
  • Semester Program organised in conjunction with UNSW Study Abroad
  • Intensive semester program to fit northern hemisphere summer.

English & Internship

  • English program focusing on workplace communication and culture
  • Professionally arranged internship
  • Internship available in a wide range of fields

Development for University Faculty Staff

  • Content designed specifically to meet the needs of the partner institution
  • Program may include interaction and engagement with particular faculties or units of UNSW
  • Duration may be less than 5 weeks
  • Normally students study in an exclusive “closed” group.