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Foundation English Entry Course (FEEC)

Foundation English Entry Course (FEEC) is the ideal preparation for a UNSW Foundation Studies course.

Foundation English Entry Course (FEEC) is offered as a 10, 15 or 20 week course and will help you to develop your English language proficiency and vital academic skills such as research and note-taking techniques and academic writing. Once you've successfully completed FEEC you'll be admitted directly into your Foundation Studies Program.

 

2017 CRICOS Code Type Duration Maximum Class Size Levels Fees
080691E Full-time 10 weeks 18 students 1 AUD $5,200
  080691E Full-time 15 weeks 18 students 1 AUD $7,800
  080691E Full-time 20 weeks 18 students 1 AUD $10,400


Key Benefits

  • Successful FEEC students do not need to retake an IELTS or similar test and on completion are admitted directly into their UFS program
  • You can package your FEEC, UNSW Foundation Studies and UNSW degree program under one visa covering the entire period of study for all courses
  • Approximately 85% of students are successful in FEEC
  • Highly qualified and experienced teachers understand the special needs of Foundation Studies students and provide the support and advice that you need
  • Conducted at UNSW Kensington campus, you familiarise yourself with UNSW and all its facilities and support services while you build a network of fellow students before commencing your UNSW undergraduate degree
  • Classes of no more than 18 students allow for close levels of interaction between you and your teachers
  • Up to date classroom technology is used to engage and motivate you in your learning.

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2017 Entry Requirements

2017 IELTS Academic Module TOEFL Paper based Test PBT TOEFL Internet based Test iBT Cambridge Advanced English Pearson Test of English UNSW Institute of Languages
Foundation
English Entry
Course

10 weeks

5.5

Writing 5.0

(sub-scores 5)
513

TWE 4.0
65

Writing 14
162

Writing 154

(sub-scores 154)
46

Writing 38
D+

Writing D
Foundation
English Entry
Course

15 weeks

5.0

Writing 5.0

(sub-scores 5)
483

TWE 4.0
56

Writing 14
154

Writing 154
38

Writing 38
D

Writing D

Foundation
English Entry
Course

20 weeks

5.0

Writing 4.5

(sub-scores 4.5)
483

TWE 3.5
56

Writing 12
154

Writing 147
38

Writing 32
D

Writing D-

Please read our other conditions.

The course develops English proficiency and academic study skills needed for success in UNSW Foundation Studies including:

  • presentation and discussion skills
  • listening and note-taking
  • reading and research skills and academic writing

FEEC Tuition Fees is $520/week for 2017.

Please read more information about non tuition fees.


FEEC Start Dates FEEC Finish Dates UNSW Foundation Studies Start Date
20 weeks 15 weeks 10 weeks
1 Aug 2016 5 Sep 2016 10 Oct 2016 16 Dec 2016 Standard Plus program 18 Jan 2017
Transition Program 8 Feb 2017
10 Oct 2016 14 Nov 2016 3 Jan 2017 10 Mar 2017 Standard Program 5 Apr 2017
6 Feb 2017 13 Mar 2017 18 Apr 2017 23 Jun 2017 Standard Plus Program 12 July 2017
Transition program 23 Aug 2017
18 Apr 2017 22 May 2017 26 Jun 2017 1 Sep 2017 Transition Program 25 Sep 2017
Standard Program 27 Sept 2017
31 July 2017 4 Sep 2017 9 Oct 2017 15 Dec 2017 Standard Plus program 17 Jan 2018
Transition Program 7 Feb 2018
9 Oct 2017 13 Nov 2017 2 Jan 2018 9 Mar 2018 Standard Program 4 Apr 2018
12 Mar 2018 16 Apr 2018 21 May 2018 27 July 2018 Standard Plus Program 29 Aug 2018
Transition program 22 Aug 2018
21 May 2018 25 June 2018 30 July 2018 5 Oct 2018 Transition Program 24 Sep 2018
Standard Program 14 Nov 2018
30 Jul 2018 3 Sep 2018 8 Oct 2018 14 Dec 2018 Standard Plus Program 16 Jan 2019
8 Oct 2018 12 Nov 2018 7 Jan 2019 15 Mar 2019 Standard Program 3 Apr 2019
Fees (2017)
AUD $10,400
Fees (2017)
AUD $7,800
Fees (2017)
AUD $5,200
Fees (2018)
AUD $11,000
Fees (2018)
AUD $8,250
Fees (2018)
AUD $5,500

Classes may be scheduled in the morning or the afternoon at our Kensington or Randwick Campus

Morning class times: 9.00 - 11.00am and 11.30am - 1.30pm
Afternoon class times: 1.30 - 3.30pm and 4.00 - 6.00pm

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Language and Grammar
  • sentence structure
  • using conjunctions to write compound sentences
Listening and Speaking
  • recognising the speakers’ attitude to an issue
Writing Practice
  • cohesion
  • writing a paragraph with one controlling idea
Writing Workshop
  • academic style
  • writing objectively
Group Discussion:
  • expressing your ideas and asking for the ideas of others
Reading and Vocabulary
  • transition signals
  • interpreting language that connects ideas within sections of text
Reading and Writing
  • identifying controlling ideas and supporting ideas in a paragraph
Film Studies
  • understanding the relationship between different scenes in a film
  • summarising the plot
Study Skills Workshop
  • being a reflective learner
  • developing personal learning goals
Consultation and Guided Independent Learning
  • guidance on independent study skills
  • individual consultations with teacher

Assessment

Assessment takes place throughout the course, with regular feedback provided on student progress and includes

  • Weekly writing tasks
  • Mid course and final exams
  • Presentations

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