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The University of Queensland

국     가 : 오스트레일리아 지     역 : Queensland
전화번호 : + 61 7 3346 6770 팩스번호 : + 61 7 3346 6771
주     소 : The University of Queensland, Brisbane St Lucia QLD 4072
홈페이지 : http://www.icte.uq.edu.au/

학교정보 | Introduce

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학교설명 Established in 1981, The University of Queensland’s Institute of Continuing & TESOL Education (ICTE-UQ) has developed a domestic and international reputation as a centre of excellence for onshore and offshore:

English language training
English language teacher training and professional development
Continuing Education including
Customised programs for groups of international students and professionals
Professional Year Programs for industry
Language test administration services (IELTS and Cambridge English TKT)

ICTE-UQ is committed to providing its students and program participants with exceptional teaching, learning and professional development opportunities through:
Experienced and professional teaching, training, program management and support staff
High quality, state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities
Superior support services
Engagement with communities and industry

The Institute has an active network of more than 100 program partners in over 15 countries, including some of Australia's and the world’s leading universities, government, community and corporate organisations.

ICTE-UQ is involved in collaborative offshore capacity development initiatives in Vietnam and Chile and has extensive experience in the design, delivery and management of customised offshore training and consultancy programs in countries including Chile, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mexico, Oman, Spain, Thailand and Vietnam.

At UQ, ICTE-UQ is involved in a number of collaborative activities with the University’s Faculties, Schools and Institutes including:
Customised short-term education and training programs for international students and professionals, and
English language pathway and support programs for UQ students from non-English speaking backgrounds.

ICTE-UQ is a division of the University reporting to the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International) and works closely with UQ International in contributing to UQ’s internationalisation objectives.

ICTE-UQ has a management, teaching and administrative staff of over 100 and in 2012 delivered education and training to more than 6,900 students/program participants from over 50 countries.

TESOL: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
학교특징 Brisbane’s sub-tropical climate and 300 days of sunshine
a year make it one of Australia’s favourite destinations
for international students.
People choose to live and study in Brisbane
because it offers:
- a friendly, modern, clean and safe city lifestyle
- a wealth of natural, tourist, sporting and
cultural attractions
- easy to use, reliable public transport including
bus, train and ferry systems
- a multicultural society, diverse cuisine,
customs, museums, art galleries, markets,
clubs, bars and live entertainment.
The beautiful Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast
beaches and rainforest hinterlands are just one
hour away.
도시설명 브리즈번은 퀸즐랜드 주의 주도이며 호주에서 3번째로 큰 도시이다. 원주민어로 미안진(Mian-Jin)이라고도 하며 뿔 모양의 뾰족한 장소라는 의미로 불렸다. 브리즈번이라는 이름은 뉴사우스웨일즈의 주지사였던 토마스 브리즈번이 이름을 따서 지었졌다.

18세기 유럽인들의 탐험으로 세상에 알려졌으며, 호주 내 다른 지역에 비해 기후가 따뜻하고 특히 브리즈번 강 주변의 토양이 비옥하여 농업이 발달하였고, 19세기부터 대량 이주가 시작되었다. 19세기 뉴사우스웨일스 주의 인구급증으로 분리, 독립하면서 상공업도시로 발전을 거듭하였다. 제2차 세계 대전 당시 전략적 요충지였으며, 현재는 호주의 새로운 성장동력으로 입지를 굳혀가고 있다.
학교시설 Facilities
ICTE-UQ Premises

ICTE-UQ Premises
Take a tour of ICTE-UQ
Green credentials
Building awards
Room hire and function facilities

Listening Station

ICTE-UQ Learning Centre & UQ Library
ICTE-UQ Learning Centre
UQ Library

Stand-up Email Terminals

Computer and Internet Access
Computer access at ICTE-UQ
Computer access on campus
Printing and photocopying

Students on Campus

Campus Facilities
Students can find almost anything they need on campus including sporting and entertainment facilities, places to eat and shop as well as postal, banking and medical services.
기후조건 Weather

Summer
20-30o C (December-February)

Autumn
12-28o C (March-May)

Winter
8-21o C (June-August)

Spring
12-26o C (September-November)

프로그램 | PROGRAM

General English
General English (GE) courses are designed for students who want to improve their ability to communicate in English in social and work situations.

GE also provides students with a solid foundation to progress to ICTE-UQ specific purpose and advanced English courses.

Course Outcomes
GE enables students to:
Use English with greater confidence
Develop their ability to understand real-life conversations and television programs
Read with greater understanding
Speak with increasing fluency, clarity & accuracy
Extend and apply their existing grammar knowledge
Understand both formal and everyday English
GE is offered at 7 levels. To read more about the English language skills developed at each level click here.

Hear Henrique from Brazil talk about his GE experience
English for International Business Communication
English for International Business Communication (EIBC) is offered at two levels and is designed to develop students’ confidence to use English to communicate in real world business situations. Students must meet course entry requirements to apply.

EIBC teachers are highly experienced and have a keen interest in business English teaching as well as practical business experience.

Course Outcomes
EIBC enables students to:
Write business correspondence and reports
Actively contribute to business meetings
Deliver formal business presentations
Gain knowledge of current business terminology and communication practices.
Advanced English Communication Skills
Advanced English Communication Skills (AECS) is designed to challenge students with advanced language skills and has a strong focus on the development of speaking and listening skills. Students must meet course entry requirements to apply.

The AECS course uses a wide variety of study materials including advanced English course books, real-life television, radio shows and movies, magazines, journals, books and the Internet. Students also undertake a class project which can involve writing and performing a live play, directing and filming a documentary or producing individual video diaries (digital stories).

Course Outcomes
AECS enables students to:
Improve their ability to understand native speakers
Increase their vocabulary and knowledge of common English phrases
Refine their ability to use English grammar accurately
Improve the accuracy and fluency of their pronunciation
Expand their general knowledge of world issues and current events
Understand a range of real-world listening and reading materials.
Course Content
Course modules include:
Core Skills
Development of speaking,listening and grammar skills using a wide variety of academic and real-world course materials.
Advanced Reading Skills
Outcomes include improved reading speed, increased reading fluency and increased vocabulary.
Advanced Writing Skills
Planning and writing complex tasks
News and World Affairs
Newspapers, magazines, the Internet, TV and radio are used to develop listening, reading and discussion skills and to increase knowledge of current world issues.
Project Work
The class works together to write and produce a group project.This class is particularly useful for building confidence in using English and improving pronunciation.
Film Appreciation
By watching short film segments or one film over the course, students develop their listening skills and their ability to discuss films in depth.
Lecture/Guest Speaker/Visits
Lectures given by a university lecturer or visits outside the University which are relevant to course content.
Assessment & Certification
Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing tests are held at the end of each 5 week session. For more information about assessment and certification click here.

Students are also required to adhere to the ICTE-UQ Attendance Policy.
English for Academic Purposes
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is offered at two levels and is designed to prepare students for success in academic study and in the IELTS test. Students must meet course entry requirements to apply.

EAP develops academic language as well as study and research skills. Course materials and assessment reflect the type of activities and learning environment students experience in a degree or academic study program, such as attending lectures, note-taking, writing extended essays, reading academic texts, giving presentations and participating in group discussions.

Course Outcomes
EAP enables students to:
Apply a range of reading skills in order to understand and make notes on a variety of written texts
Express facts, ideas and opinions in writing, using correct and appropriate vocabulary, grammatical structures and other features of academic writing
Use a range of study skills (including research skills) in order to gather and combine information and ideas from different sources.
Understand spoken English in conversations, discussions and lectures and to take notes
Speak clearly and confidently
Apply the skills and language studied to the IELTS test
Students can complete an IELTS test towards the end of their EAP course to demonstrate that they meet the English language proficiency requirements for UQ degree program entry.
ESP: TESOL
English for Specific Purposes: TESOL (ESP:TESOL) is designed for students who are considering becoming a teacher of English as a second language (ESL) or who are already ESL teachers in their own country. Students must meet course entry requirements to apply.

ESP:TESOL focuses on developing English language skills through topics of general interest and TESOL-related content. ESP:TESOL also prepares students for selected modules of the Cambridge English Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT). The TKT is not a teaching qualification but an assessment tool that aims to:
Increase the knowledge and confidence of students considering becoming English language teachers as well as those already working in the TESOL field
Enhance future job and training prospects.

Course Outcomes
ESP:TESOL enables students to:
Improve their English communication skills
Develop their knowledge and understanding of current English language teaching methods
Learn practical activities which can be used for teaching English
Develop English language and classroom management skills through practice teaching sessions
Become familiar with practise for the TKT.
English for Specific Purposes: Tourism & Hospitality
English for Specific Purposes: Tourism and Hospitality (ESP:T&H) is designed for students who are interested in developing English language skills for a working holiday, professional internship or a career in the tourism or hospitality industries. Students must meet course entry requirements to apply.


The course focuses on developing English language skills through topics of general interest as well as through themes related specifically to the tourism and hospitality industries.

Course Outcomes
ESP:T&H enables students to:
Improve their overall English communication skills
Develop English language skills for working in the tourism and hospitality industries
Develop their knowledge and understanding of tourism and hospitality in Australia and the communication skills needed to work in these industries
Participate effectively in job interviews conducted in English.

Course Content
Course modules include:
English Language Skills
Development of speaking, listening, reading and writing skills through topics of general interest
Communication Skills for Tourism & Hospitality
Lessons are based on themes such as:
English skills for hotel, bar, restaurant and other short-term work
Customer satisfaction
Writing resumes and application letters
Tour guiding
Handling bookings and reservations
Marketing and promotion
Managing customers and staff
Case Studies/Projects
Group projects, role plays and case studies to simulate real-life situations and practise English skills for working in the tourism and hospitality industries
Guest Speaker/Site Visit
An institutional visit or presentation from a professional in the tourism or hospitality industries

Assessment & Certification
Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing tests are held at the end of each 5 week session. For more information about assessment and certification click here.

Students are also required to adhere to the ICTE-UQ Attendance Policy.
ESP: Bridging English Program
The English for Specific Purposes: Bridging English Program (ESP:BEP) is a 10-week English language pathway course for entry into undergraduate and postgraduate programs at The University of Queensland.

The course is designed to develop the specialist English language needed for UQ degree program entry and studies.

To be eligible for the ESP:BEP students must:
have a UQ Package Offer conditional on English only
meet the ESP:BEP IELTS or TOEFL English language entry requirements.
Please note: Students must attend Orientation on the first day of the ESP:BEP course. Students who arrive late, or who do not attend Orientation, will not be permitted to undertake the course.

Course Outcomes
ESP:BEP enables students to:
Discuss information and opinions in seminar and tutorial format
Understand information presented in lectures and tutorials
Read, understand and critically analyse information from academic books and journals
Research and analyse information and opinions
Present information and opinions in seminar and tutorial format
Write academic essays.
Students who successfully meet all ESP:BEP exit requirements do not need to sit an IELTS test at the end of the course to gain entry to their UQ degree.
Go Global
Preparing for entry into the global workplace and a successful career?
Are you looking to build your skills set and improve your position in the global talent pool?

Maybe you are looking to take a break from your studies, or gain international experience after graduating from your university?

Or maybe you currently have a job but want to improve your career possibilities in the future?

Then please read on as this program is for you!

What are Global Companies Looking for when employing young Graduates/Professionals in the 21st Century?
Today’s global workforce is becoming increasingly competitive to enter and to be successful in. It is often not good enough to simply graduate from a local university.

Companies are looking for more than this, they look for evidence of fluency in English, practical work experience, initiative, confidence, cross cultural understanding and an ability to think beyond your comfort zone.

The business environment is becoming increasingly globalised and successful employees need to be able to think globally and have the skills and experience to engage globally.

How Can You Obtain These Qualities?
The easiest way to improve your skill set and appeal to global companies is to ‘GO GLOBAL!’

Undertaking a program in an overseas country which meets your specific needs can fast track you into the career you are seeking. ICTE-UQ has just the program for you as outlined below.

Go Global - 3 Steps to Success
Step 1: Improve Your Global English Communications (10 or 15 weeks)

Undertake 10 or 15 weeks of quality intensive English language training with ICTE-UQ, one of Australia’s leading English language providers.

Study English in a global environment with students from over 35 countries. Make friends and improve your global communications and cross cultural understanding.

Choose from one of the following courses:
General English
English for International Business Communication
Advanced English Communication Skills
Step 2: Preparation for the Global Workforce (2 weeks)

Expert industry trainers will prepare you for the global workforce with a training program including:
Developing a career plan
Job application and interview skills
Understanding and responding to employers expectations
Contributing positively to workplace diversity
Dealing with challenges in the workplace
Sessions are delivered part-time during step 1 and as an intensive block before progressing to step 3.

Step 3: Professional Internship (8 weeks)

Gain valuable global professional work experience through an 8-week professional internship.

Your professional internship will provide you with entry into the network of Australian and multinational companies and government organisations participating in the program as host workplace-training providers.

You will be placed with a host in a position that matches your education and employment background as well as future career aspirations. You will undertake professional full-time work projects and receive specialised professional training and workplace experience.

The Go Global professional internship is coordinated by ICTE-UQ program partner Australian Internships (AI). AI was established in 1998 and is a member of the Australian Internships Industry Association (AIIA). AI specialises in arranging internships for young professionals seeking international experience and has developed a reputation for providing high quality internship placement and support services.

Sample internship fields include:
Marketing, Business Development, Advertising, Graphic Design and Event Management
Business, Finance, Accounting, Banking, Human Resources and Legal Services
Education, Government Policy & Public Administration, Community and Non-profit Organisational Services
Tourism, Travel & Hospitality Services
Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences
Engineering, Architecture & Planning and Information Technology

It is important to note that internship placements are not paid positions of employment.
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