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University of Sydney

국     가 : 호주 지     역 : New South Wales
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주     소 : The University of Sydney NSW 2006 Australia
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학교설명 UNIVERSITY PROFILE

The University of Sydney is a place that makes things happen. We are a community not just of excellence, but of impact. Here are just some of the remarkable things that our academics, students and alumni have achieved recently.

From its beginnings in 1850, the University of Sydney was created as an institution to suit the needs of New South Wales, not simply reflect England's ancient universities. A founding principle was that academic merit alone regardless of religious beliefs or social upbringing would be the test for admission. We can make a strong claim to being the first university in the world to admit male students purely on the basis of academic merit. In the 1880s we were also among the first to admit women on the same basis as men.

These pages provide a brief overview of the history of the University of Sydney and some of the major figures of our history, including those who studied here and went on to have a major impact after graduating.

Our founders recognised the power of education to change society. We hold that belief just as strongly today.
학교특징 To help you build a picture of what Sydney University is like, we've put together some key facts and figures about the University and its activities – from the number of student enrolments we have to how many sporting clubs are on campus.

Year of foundation: 1850
Student enrolments: 51,394*
Academic staff: 3,350*
Number of alumni worldwide: 270,000
Number of countries represented by student body: 134
Student union clubs and societies: 200+
Sporting clubs: 43
Items in the University's Library: more than 5.2 million
Number of student exchange agreements: 286 (in more than 30 countries)
Chancellor: Belinda Hutchinson AM
Vice-Chancellor and Principal: Dr Michael Spence
도시설명 시드니(Sydney, 문화어: 씨드니)는 오스트레일리아( 또는 호주 ) 에서 가장 인구가 많은 도시로서 도시권의 인구가 약 428만명이다.
시드니는 뉴사우스웨일스 주의 행정도시이며 오스트레일리아에서 최초로 만들어진 식민지가 있던 자리이다.
그 식민지는 영국에서 온 선단 퍼스트 플리트(First Fleet)의 선장인 아서 필립(Arthur Phillip)에 의하여 시드니 코브(Sydney Cove)에 1788년에 세워졌다.
시드니는 행정구역상 센터럴시티역 주변의 1개 행정자치구(Council)의 명칭으로 시드니 주변 지역의 주소에서는 시드니(Sydney) 라는 지명이 들어가지 않는다. 오스트레일리아의 수도는 캔버라이다. 2000년에는 하계 올림픽의 개최지가 되었다.
학교시설 CAMPUSES
The University of Sydney has a network of teaching campuses spread throughout the Sydney area.

The main Camperdown/Darlington campus is well known as the home of our historic sandstone buildings, gargoyles and cloisters, lawns and courtyards. But this is just one part of the picture.

Across our campuses the University has lecture theatres, teaching spaces and studios with state-of-the-art facilities, laboratories with the latest technology, clinical schools to support professional development and experimental farms and research stations to put theory into practice.

Here is a guide to the University's campuses. Each campus page tells you how to get to the campus and what faculties you'll find there, as well as providing links to campus maps, contact details and parking information.

Campus Faculties/schools
Camperdown/Darlington Campuses
(including Australian Technology Park)
The Centre for English Teaching
The Faculty of Agriculture and Environment
The Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The Faculty of Education and Social Work
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
The Faculty of Pharmacy
The Faculty of Science
The Faculty of Veterinary Science
Sydney Law School
Sydney Medical School
The Sydney Summer School
The University of Sydney Business School
Cumberland Campus
The Faculty of Health Sciences
Rozelle Campus
Sydney College of the Arts
Camden Campus
The Faculty of Agriculture and Environment
The Faculty of Veterinary Science
Mallett Street Campus
Sydney Nursing School
Brain and Mind Research Institute
The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre
Sydney Conservatorium of Music Campus
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music
St James teaching space
Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies
Surry Hills Campus
The Faculty of Dentistry
Sydney Medical School Campuses
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Concord Hospital
Westmead Hospital
Children's Hospital at Westmead
Nepean Hospital
Northern Clinical School
Sydney Adventist Hospital
School of Rural Health (primarily at Dubbo and Orange)
Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health
Northern Rivers University Department of Rural Health (Lismore)
기후조건 호주의 사계절은 우리나라와 정반대입니다. 또 광대한 나라이므로 기후는 지역에 따라 많 은 차이가 있다. 예를 들면 호주의 수도 캔버라로부터 조금 내륙에 있는 스노위 마운틴에 서는 스키를 즐길 수 있지만, 시드니의 기온은 10~ 15도, 케언즈의 기온은 15~ 24도로써 따뜻한 날씨가 지속된다.

9월~11월이 봄, 12월~2월이 여름, 3월~5월은 가을, 6월~8월이 겨울이며 넓은 국토 때문에 Queensland는 50%이상이 열대 기후이고, 서부 호주 지역은 40%, 북부 자치구 지역은 80% 가 열대 기후이다. 그 나머지 지역은 온대 기후 지역이다. Tasmania의 고원 지대, Victoria 주와 New South Wales 주를 통과하여 남동 해안쪽으로 뻗어 있는 호주 알프스 지역만이 정기적으로 눈이 내리고 온도가 영하 이하로 떨어진다. 대체로 청명하고 비가 적은 것이 호주 기후의 특징이다. 호주의 연평균 기온은 최북단이 27도와 최남단의 13 도 까지 다양하다.

서부에서는 여름에 계절풍이 부는 것이 특징이며, 서부-동북부에서는 12-4월이 시이코존 의 시즌이며, 남부는 겨울이 우기가 된다. 전체적으로 지내기에 좋은 기간은 9월에서 2 월 사이 즉, 봄에서 여름에 걸친 시기이다.

호주는 하루 동안에도 기온의 변화가 심하다. 아침은 시원하고 낮에는 무덥고 밤에는 스웨타가 필요할 정도로 추워진다.

프로그램 | PROGRAM

General English (GE)
GENERAL ENGLISH (GE)
What is General English (GE)
Why study GE at CET?
GE focuses on developing communication skills to live and work in Australia and abroad.
GE is mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
GE is offered at all levels - A1 to C2.
GE is recommended to be taken in 11 week blocks.
GE classes are 20 hours per week.
GE classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
Tuition fee for GE $425 per week
What will I learn?
You will learn the language skills necessary to function in any English-speaking country and specifically Australia.
You will acquire the skills and confidence to get the job you want, travel around Australia or prepare for life after university.
You will learn the language needed to prepare for permanent residence or enter the workforce in Australia.
What do I need to enter?
There are no set entry requirements for GE.
Initial placement in a class is by CET placement test, IELTS or equivalent.
There is a minimum two weeks enrolment.
Which GE course is best for me?
You may join an ongoing course on any Monday.
GE can be taken in combination with Professional Development Programs (PDP) and English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP)
What is English Specific Purposes (ESP)?
ESP courses provide an opportunity to explore concepts related to subject areas and interest.
ESP courses give you practice in the skills and language required to succeed at university.
You will practise the English related to your interest area.
You will have the opportunity to monitor lectures.
You will experience university life.
ESP courses are in 4 weeks blocks.
ESP courses are 20 hours per week.
ESP courses may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
The tuition fee for ESP courses is $1,700 each.
Can I combine with other courses?
You can combine ESP with any other Professional Pathway Program such as GE, PDP, ITP or Internships. Please enrol in your first course and inform your teacher of your intention to combine programs.
What do I need to enter?
You must have a minimum IELTS 5.0 or equivalent.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
What courses are available and when can I start?
We have a number of courses designed to suit a variety of needs.
Professional Development Programs (PDP)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS (PDP)
What are Professional Development Programs (PDP)?
PDP provides an opportunity to explore concepts related to your business skills and personal, professional and social competencies.
PDP are two-week programs that give you practice in the skills and language required to succeed in your work.
You will practise the English related to your interest area.
You will get feedback and practice in your ability to demonstrate competencies in English.
You will have the opportunity to visit industry workplaces.
You will experience university life.
PDP courses are two weeks in length.
PDP courses are 20 hours per week.
PDP courses may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
The tuition fee for PDP courses is $850 each.
Can I combine other courses?
You can combine PDP with any other Professional Pathway Program such as GE, ESP, ITP or Internships. Please enrol in your first course and inform your teacher of your intention to combine programs.
What do I need to enter?
You must have a minimum IELTS 5.0 or equivalent.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
What courses are available and when can I start?
We offer a number of courses designed to meet different needs.
Intensive Test Preparation (ITP)
INTENSIVE TEST PREPARATION (ITP)
What is Intensive Test Preparation (ITP)?
ITP is for students wishing to take an IELTS, TOEFL, or Pearson Test of English (PTE).
ITP prepares you for admission to the University Pathway Program, Direct Entry Courses (DEC)
ITP is recommended in 11 week blocks.
ITP classes are 20 hours per week.
ITP classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
The tuition fee for ITP is $425 per week.
What will I learn?
You will become familiar with test content.
You will upgrade your test taking skills.
You will get support in areas of difficulty.
You will get feedback on your listening, speaking, reading and writing.
What do I need to enter?
There are no set entry requirements for this course.
Initial placement in a class is by CET placement test, IELTS or equivalent.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
Which ITP course is best for me?
You can study in ITP for 44, 33, 22 or 11 weeks, depending on your current level equivalent and your target.
Please see table below for start dates.
You may join an ongoing course on any Monday.
There is a minimum two weeks study.
Intensive Test preparation Programs (ITP) can be taken in combination with evening Test Preparation Classes.
If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
IELTS Evening Preparation classes
IELTS Online
IELTS online is a great option for flexibility, convenience and can be completed at your own pace. Each course module is full of useful IELTS test tips, online activities, detailed feedback and sample answers for IELTS test questions.
Cambridge Test Preparation (FCE and/or CAE)
CET is a Cambridge Preparation Centre. Cambridge examinations provide a rigorous assessment of your English level and the preparation courses are guaranteed to improve your language skills.

CAE is an exam for advanced users of English. This exam is aimed at people who can use written and spoken English for most professional and social purposes. It is widely recognised for work or study purposes.

Download a sample timetable here.

For further information about Cambridge Examinations, go to their website:
http://www.cambridgeexams.com.au/examinations/exams.html

Exam details
Cambridge exams are proof of a high level of English language competence for those wishing to use English at work or for study.

These tests have an emphasis on real-world tasks and is recognised by many British and Australian universities for English language entrance requirements. For English entry requirements in the University of Sydney you will need to contact the faculty of your chosen degree. Generally, IELTS and TOEFL are the recognised English exam.

Five components: Reading, Writing, English in Use, Listening and Speaking.

Exam cost and enrolment
FCE $362 - subject to change.
CAE $368 - subject to change.
Costs
Tuition fee $425 per week (enrolment in 10 or 12 week blocks).

Eligibility
To be eligible for this course you will need to provide results from your FCE or CAE test.

IELTS test results will also be accepted. The minimum for FCE is 5.5 Academic and the minimum for CAE is 6.5 Academic.

If you do not have any test results, you will be required to do an entry test - via a CET qualifying test.
IELTS test
The IELTS test is offered approximately twice per month at the University of Sydney Darlington/Camperdown campus along with preparation courses and materials to enable you to prepare as effectively as possible for the test.

Our interactive IELTS Online and part-time face-to-face IELTS Intensive preparation courses are designed by experienced English language teachers and IELTS tutors. Alternately, IELTS Preparation books and materials are also available to help you succeed in the IELTS Test. Our friendly staff will assist you in your efforts to choose the best option to prepare for the IELTS test.

The IELTS testing at the University of Sydney IELTS Test Venues is conducted by Macquarie University – AU108. The IELTS office is conveniently located in the Wentworth Building (GO1) on the Darlington/Camperdown campus of the University of Sydney. Click here to find where we are located. Click here to find where we are located.

New Location!
The University of Sydney will open a second IELTS Test Venue on the Cumberland campus in Lidcombe and hold the first IELTS test on Saturday 30 November 2013!

Please note that the Cumberland Campus is a Test Venue only and that there is no IELTS office located there.

Make sure that you know which test location you are registering for as we cannot give special consideration to candidates that come to the wrong venue.

Contact us today to sign up for the IELTS test or one of our preparation courses!
Direct Entry Course (DEC)
DIRECT ENTRY COURSE (DEC)
What is DEC?
DEC is a direct entry program to degree programs at the University of Sydney.
You can study in DEC for 36, 25, 15, 10 or 5 weeks, depending on your current IELTS (or equivalent) score and your target score.
DEC prepares you for full participation in your specific School or Faculty.
DEC prepares you for admission to Advanced Skills for Academic Success (ASAS) at CET.
DEC classes are 20 hours per week.
DEC classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.

What will I learn?
You will learn language skills for participation in university lectures, seminars and tutorials.
You will learn skills necessary for success in writing essays and reports related to your discipline.
You will learn basic research skills necessary for your coursework and research degrees.
What do I need to enter?
You will need 5.0 - 6.5 IELTS (or equivalent), depending on the English language requirement for your courses at the University of Sydney and you may need to have the minimum required band in every skill.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
Which DEC course is best for me?
You can study in DEC for 36, 25, 15, 10 or 5 weeks, depending on your current IELTS or equivalent score and your target score.
DEC can be taken in combination with Graduate Academic Skills (GAS) or Advanced Academic Skills (ASAS), or separately.
If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
Intensive Academic Speaking (IAS)
INTENSIVE ACADEMIC SPEAKING (IAS)
What is Intensive Academic Speaking (IAS)
IAS is a 5 week Intensive Academic Speaking course.
IAS prepares you for admission to the University of Sydney undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.
IAS classes are 20 hours per week.
IAS classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What are the tuition fees?
Tuition fee for IAS is $2,450 per course.
What will I learn?
You will learn speaking skills for participating in seminars, discussion groups, tutorials and lectures.
What do I need to enter?
You need to have met the language requirement for your degree but be half a band below the requirement for speaking.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
Which IAS course is best for me?
IAS can be taken in combination with Advanced Skills for Academic Success (ASAS) or separately.
If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
Intensive Academic Writing (IAW)
INTENSIVE ACADEMIC WRITING (IAW)
What is Intensive Academic Writing (IAW)
IAW is a 5 week Intensive Academic Writing course.
IAW prepares you for admission to the University of Sydney undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.
IAW classes are 20 hours per week.
IAW classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
Tuition fee for IAW is $2,450 per course.
What will I learn?
You will learn writing skills for essays, reports and assignments.
What do I need to enter?
You need to have met your language requirement for your degree but be half a band below the requirement for writing.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
Which IAW course is best for me?
IAW can be taken in combination with Advanced Skills for Academic Success (ASAS), or separately.

If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
Graduate Academic Skills (GAS)
GRADUATE ACADEMIC SKILLS
What is Graduate Academic Skills (GAS)?
GAS is a 5 week very high level intensive academic English course.
GAS prepares you for admission to the University of Sydney undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.
GAS classes are 20 hours per week.
GAS classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
Tuition fee for GAS is $2,450 per course.
What will I learn?
GAS reinforces academic skills such as writing essays, listening to lectures, participating in tutorials and presenting seminars.
GAS helps you facilitate the transition to university study in Australia and introduces you to critical thinking, research skills and learning strategies.
What do I need to enter?
You will have with a confirmed offer for entry to the University and a minimum IELTS score of 6.5.
For more information, view the Test Concordance Table.
Which GAS course is best for me?
GAS can be taken in combination with Advanced Skills for Academic Success (ASAS) or separately.
If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
Advanced Skills for Academic Success (ASAS)
What is Advanced Skills for Academic Success (ASAS)?
ASAS is a 3 week intensive academic skills program for future world leaders and high potential students intending to study at a university in Australia or New Zealand.
ASAS prepares you for admission to the University of Sydney undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.
ASAS classes may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening.
What is the tuition fee?
Tuition fee ASAS $1,950 per course.
What will I learn?
You will attend lectures and tutorials in global topics such as Critical Thinking, Cross Cultural Communication, Leadership and Creativity.
You will participate in eLearning, excursions, conferences and performances.
You will boost your academic study skills before undertaking university studies.
What do I need to enter?
You need a confirmed undergraduate or postgraduate offer of entry to any university in Australia or New Zealand, or, successful completion of any of CET pathway programs.
ASAS always starts four weeks before each semester to allow you time to get used to university life and participate in your Faculty orientation.
If you wish to study in multiple courses, please enrol in your first course only. We will confirm possible additional courses in our offer letter to you.
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