16 Prospectus ASPIRE.EDU.AU ,

YOUR PATHWAY TO

Your pathway to University / 1 You are worth more than your high school results At Aspire Institute we believe in education for all. We love to see our students succeed. Our programs of study are dedicated to getting you into university and reaching your potential. You will thrive in a learning environment that rewards the commitment you have made to furthering your education. We aren’t just about providing you with the education you deserve; we are about people, support, and making your professional aspirations a reality.

Start at Aspire, finish at university or ICMS Aspire Institute is your guaranteed pathway to university or ICMS. Choosing from of distinction including UTS, UOW, Griffith Uni and UON, you will use your from Aspire to jump straight into the second year of university study. Your diploma from Aspire will also get you work-ready with a 600 hour workplace internship.

You are already a success. You just don’t know it yet We are here to support your progression to university with the very best in academic support and student care. We help you find your academic strengths and nurture them with small class sizes, highly experienced lecturers, and ongoing CONTENTS ABOUT academic support including an academic learning centre and English language support services. About Us 3 Our People 4 Why Aspire Institute 6 Aspire Institute is your community Your global career starts here as you make friends and Choose Your Pathway 8 network with students from more than 40 countries. We English Programs 10 encourage a happy balance between study and your Foundation Program 12 spare time. We work hard and play hard with exceptional Our Courses 14 student experiences outside the classroom including tours, Diploma of Business Management 14 sports, student societies and opportunities to make a close community of friends. Diploma of Event Management 15 “The Aspire experience encourages the development of a learning community Diploma of Hospitality Management 16 where students from diverse cultural Diploma of Sport Management 17 Study by the sea backgrounds can mix and exchange ideas Diploma of Property Management 18 This extraordinary student experience begins on the and information. Our teaching encourages Diploma of International Tourism 19 spectacular grounds of our Manly campus with sweeping creativity and innovation and develops Internships 21 views across Sydney Harbour. Our students choose from the skills and knowledge, from practical to Articulation Partners 22 convenience of on campus living, or travel to Aspire from locations across Sydney. Our free buses from Manly Wharf conceptual, with each level building on the ICMS 23 previous one. Industry training consolidates to our North Head campus will make your public transport UoN 24 the early stages of learning and provides journey relaxed and budget-friendly. At Aspire you will study UTS 25 material for analysis in the later stages” within strolling distance to world famous Manly Beach, making UOW 26 your Aspire experience truly memorable. Rowan Courtney-O’Connor 27 Vice President Student Life And Support 28 Your future starts now. So what are you On-Campus Accommodation 30 waiting for? We can’t wait to welcome Aspire Intake Dates 33 you to Aspire Institute. Student Fees 38 How To Apply 39 Entry Requirements 40 Application Form 41

Your pathway to University / 3 OUR PEOPLE REGIONAL BOARD OF TEAM DIRECTORS

Contact us: Stephen Dally Jacqueline Chang Darryl Courtney-O’Connor Richard Gelski Marketing Director International Development Chairman and Founder, ICMS Board ICMS Board Member [email protected] Manager Member

Jasmine Nyugen Siobhan Khoury C. Todd Palioca Dr John Loxton Christopher Langdon Professor Di Yerbury Development Coordinator Vice President - Asia Manager - ICMS Board Member ICMS Board Member ICMS Board Member Australia

Dr John Loxton Professor Kevin Tickle Chair* CEO and President / Deputy. BSc (Hons), MSC Vice- (Academic and (), PhD (Cantab) Strategic Development). PhD (Griffith University) Dr Margot McNeill Academic* Anne-Marie Flynn PhD, Educational Associate Dean, Teaching and Technologies and Learning. MHED (Teaching & Assessment (MQ). MEd, Learning) (MQ), ASSOC. DIP Elearning (USQ). MA (MQ) Applied Science (Hospitality & Catering) (COTAH) John Shanahan Industry* Michele Hannon Vice-President, Student Services SRC President - Student and Registrar. BEd (UTS) ACADEMIC representative* Yu Yue (Mike) Agatha Chan Yustina Saksono Mainland China Regional Marketing Manager Manager - Indonesia Manager Asia Pacific BOARD *External member

4 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 5 Aspire Institute partners with a range YOUR FAST TRACK TO A of internationally recognised Australian universities and colleges to offer BACHELOR DEGREE pathways to their bachelor degrees. Aspire pathway diploma graduates can gain direct entry into the second year of one of our partner university or college degree programs.

ENGLISH FOUNDATION DIPLOMA INTERNSHIP

PROGRAM PROGRAM A two or three trimester A industry internship helping (Academic English Program) qualification (depending if A two trimester qualification students get the experience you complete the 450 hour designed for students who have they need for their future This English program is designed internship) in one of the completed high school year 11 or careers. The Professional & for students who meet the following fields; equivalent and would like entry Career Development Team at academic requirements for our – Business Management into a pathway Diploma leading Aspire provides assistance in pathway programs but need or – Hospitality Management to a bachelor degree at one of obtaining placements around would like additional English – Sports Management our university partners. A great Australia, and in some cases, language proficiency before – Events Management preparation for higher education. internationally. commencing study. This program is – Property Management also intended for students who do – International Tourism not meet the IELTS entry and must These are equivalent successfully complete our English to the first year subjects with program before progressing to our university partners and further study with Aspire. ICMS.

Guaranteed pathway Upon successful completion of your diploma you will have the WHY ASPIRE equivalent of 1 year of an Australian bachelor degree. Internship You will gain practical experience, a critical part of being CHOOSE YOUR PATHWAY INSTITUTE adequately prepared for your future studies or career. Foundation Diploma Internship Campus location Program Our students study and live in one of Sydney’s most popular and spectacular locations, Manly Beach. FOUNDATION PATHWAY 18 months (Entry from year 11. 2 Trimesters 2 Trimesters 450 hours Student experience IELTS 5.5 or equivalent) Diploma Internship We offer an exceptional student experience with sporting 2ND YEAR groups, tours, activities and opportunities to build your social UNI PATHWAY & DIP ONLY UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE network. 2 Trimesters 450 hours 12 months (Entry from year 12. IELTS 6.0 or equivalent) Additional academic and Diploma English support ICMS PATHWAY We focus on preparing you for further education and 2 Trimesters 8 months (Entry from year 12. professional goals with small class sizes and continuous (Students who pathway to ICMS will IELTS 6.0 or equivalent) complete the internship within the academic support. bachelor program)

6 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 7 CHOOSE CRICOS Provider Code: 01484M CRICOS Provider Code: 00233E CRICOS Provider Code: 00102E YOUR 2ND INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT, SYDNEY Bachelor of Business, with majors in: Bachelor of Commerce, with majors in: › Employment Relations › Accounting Bachelor of Business Management › Business Law Bachelor of International Tourism › Entrepreneurship and Self Employment › Event Management › Economics YEAR AT Bachelor of Property (Development, › Finance Investment and Valuation) › Human Resource Management › International Management › Financial Planning Bachelor of Hospitality Management › Human Resource Management Bachelor of Sports Management › Logistics and Supply Chain Management › Management I› nternational Business Bachelor of Event Management › Marketing › Management CRICOS: 068149F, 068278G, 068279G, 068277J, 068281B › Real Estate and Property Development › Marketing 068282A. › Sport Management › Public Relations › Supply Chain Management Aspire Institute offers university and college pathways, › Sustainable Enterprise CRICOS: 075096M specialist diploma programs, and English courses. CRICOS 006423F These can be completed as qualifications in their own right, or can lead into the second year of an undergraduate degree with one of our partnering institutions.

CRICOS Provider Code: 00099F

UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, CRICOS Provider Code: 00279B CRICOS Provider Code: 00917K SYDNEY UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Business, with majors in: WESTERN SYDNEY UNIVERSITY › Accounting Bachelor of Business, with majors in; Bachelor of Business and Commerce, with › Economics › Accounting majors in; › Finance › Event Management › Accounting › Financial Services › Finance › Applied Finance › Human Resources Management › Human Resource Management › Economics › Marketing › International Business › Hospitality Management › Marketing Communications › Law in Business › Human Resource Management › Management › Management › Management › International Business › Marketing › Marketing CRICOS: 006487A › Planning › Property › Project Management › Sport Management › Sports Management CRICOS 074090C › Tourism and Hospitality Management CRICOS 003740F griffith ecu UON NEWCASTLE UNisa ADELAIDE icms/UTS/western Sydney Uni SYDNEY uow WOLLONGONG CRICOS Provider Code: 00109J

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE Bachelor of Business, with majors in: Students who complete the Diploma of Business CRICOS Provider Code: 00121B › Marketing may progress to 2nd year studies at › Leadership and Management Management › Human Resource Management the above universities. Please note there is a GPA › International Business UNIVERSITY OF requirement to progress to the universities, this could › Entrepreneurship and Innovation Bachelor or Commerce very between 2.0 and 2.5 GPA depending on the › Tourism Management Bachelor of Management › Sports Management institution. › Governance, Policy and Political Economy Bachelor of Management (Marketing) CRICOS 015046G, 024211B, 024213M CRICOS: 001133A

8 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 9 SELC Manly Campus (Level 1/2 46-48 East Esplanade)

Legend Sydney Student Services City i Centre

Shuttle bus

Ferry route

Distance from city to Manly 20 mins by car 17 mins by ferry

Little Manly Cove Ad d Manly Wharf is Little Manly on Beach Rd

e d a n la p s E St t Stuart es 6 s W Wood St SELC Campu Rd Esplanade East ney d orne St y Osb i W S h is d tle Be R

r S lg h rav

) t

c Sydney Harbour t ICMS Info Centre e

a High S S

e National Park t

B

Rd o

s Darley

n

i

l l

A o

sh C

b The Cors The

u

r

n (Shopping Precinct (Shopping e r North teyne Stey 6 S h S ne out Our dedication to academic excellence and personal Main t S Campus service provides every kind of language learner with an unforgettable, unique learning and cultural experience. Every student is provided with a unique opportunity to improve their Manly Beach e English ability and see a more rapid progression during their iv ENGLISH e d h Dr ara course in all language skills as a result of: s PCourse Features: fi e e in r lu a › Academic reading and writing B t › Highly qualified and experienced teachers - SELC teachers M S

r ACADEMIC ENGLISH e › Vocabulary extension are all university graduates and experienced certified w o PROGRAMS second language instructors qualified who take part in an B › Text analysis ongoing professional development program. This program is designed for students who meet the academic requirements for our pathways but need or › Report and essay writing › The structure of our program which include skills electives would like additional English language proficiency before › Study skills and strategies and extra workshops- suitable for students on any type commencing study. Students will develop the essay and Shelly ›Beach Listening and note-taking skills Delivery, accredited of visa with a variety of different goals for their language report writing, presentation and critical thinking skills in English › Grammar for academic study and governed by learning that are required for success in undergraduate study. In SELC. (CRICOS Provider Academic counselling and progress reports for all students addition, classes are restricted to a maximum of 18 students, › Research project work Code: 00051M) from day one of every student’s English program provide a ensuring a high level of individual support and assistance › Seminar / presentation delivery high level of support throughout the program. The curriculum has been designed to cover a broad range of topics to accommodate students The Academic English Program is available for students who are preparing to study any of the academic programs with an IELTS from 4.5 overall or equivalent. Delivered offered. ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS and Accredited by SELC in Manly. CRICOS Provider Code: 00051M, CRICOS Course Code 082833 English Levels ACADEMIC ENGLISH ENGLISH INTAKE DATES IELTS OVERALL 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 6.0 JAN 16 FEB 16 MAR 16 APR 16 JUN 16 JUL 16 AUG 16 SEP 16 NOV 16 Writing and Speaking no less than › 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 5.5

Study weeks for each level › 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks ORIENTATION 4 JAN 5 FEB 18 MAR 22 APR 3 JUN 8 JUL 19 AUG 23 SEP 4 NOV

FOUNDATION DIPLOMA MASTER DEGREE START DATE 4 JAN 8 FEB 21 MAR 25 APR 6 JUN 11 JUL 22 AUG 26 SEP 7 NOV PROVISIONAL DIP. BACHELOR (Supplementary DEGREE FINISH DATE 5 FEB 11 MAR 22 APR 27 MAY 8 JUL 12 AUG 23 SEP 28 OCT 9 DEC English Classes) (10 weeks)

10 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 11 Accounting Banking and Finance Business Law Commerce Economics Employment Relations Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development Event Management Finance Financial Risk Management Financial Services Hospitality Management ICMS Human Resource Management FOUNDATION FOUNDATION Information Systems in Business DIPLOMA International Business PROGRAM International Systems Management CRICOS: 076374G CHOOSE A International Tourism The Foundation Program is a practical qualification which prepares students for employment, and further education International Trade and training. This program is designed for students who would like entry into an Aspire pathway diploma program CAREER IN Logistics and Supply Chain Management leading to a bachelor degree but have not completed high school year 12 or equivalent. It is also suitable for students Management and Innovation Management who would like an introductory program before tackling a full diploma. This program helps students to progress into an Marketing and New Media Management Aspire pathway diploma and then articulate into a bachelor degree with one of our university or college partners. Marketing The qualification is made up of 10 modules covering core business disciplines such as Marketing, Customer Service, Marketing Communications Project Management and e-Business. Music Industry Public Relations Project Management MODULES › English 1 Essentials of Mathematics Business Legal Studies Computing for Business Principles or Marketing Property Management LECTURE/TUTORIAL HOURS › 6 4 4 4 4 TERM 1 Real Estate and Property Development SUPERVISED STUDY HOURS › 2 1 1 1 1 Retail Marketing Total Study Hours per Term 1 › 364 Sports Management

MODULES › English 2 Australian Intro to Service Intro to Intro to Supply Chain Management Cultural Studies Management Accounting Economics Sustainable Enterprise LECTURE/TUTORIAL HOURS › 6 4 4 4 4 TERM 2 SUPERVISED STUDY HOURS › 2 1 1 1 1

Total Study Hours per Term 2 › 364

12 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 13 Pathway to 2nd year studies at International College of Management OUR Sydney (ICMS), University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), University of Newcastle (UON), Griffith University, Western Sydney COURSES University, (ECU), (UOW), University of South Australia (UNISA)

Your pathway to a Bachelor Your pathway to a Bachelor of DIPLOMA OF degree at UTS, UON, UoW, DIPLOMA OF Event Management at ICMS Griffith, UNISA or ICMS Event Management opens the door to travel and BUSINESS EVENT international career opportunities. Working with talented and Organisations around the world require people with broad creative people, you can use your ingenuity to contribute to business and management skills. The Diploma of Business successful events. MANAGEMENT Management will open the door to a huge range of career MANAGEMENT As your career develops, the knowledge and experience pathways through university and ICMS. This diploma pathway gained while studying at Aspire could take you in many emphasises business and management skills, preparing you different directions from sport to arts and cultural pursuits. 8 SUBJECTS + INTERNSHIP for your future studies and career. 8 SUBJECTS + INTERNSHIP

COURSE STRUCTURE COURSE STRUCTURE

Term Subject Type Subject code Subject Name Credits Term Subject Type Subject code Subject Name Credits

T1 Core AMGT101 Managing People and Organisations 3 T1 Core MGT101 Managing People & Organisations 3 Core AMKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Core ECO100 Business Economics 3 Core ACOM101 Business Communication 3 Elective EVT110 Introduction to Event Management 3 Elective Diploma Business Elective 3 Elective EVT120 Venue and Hospitality Operations 3 T2 Core AACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 T2 Core ACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 Core AMGT202 Service Management & Innovation 3 Core MKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Elective Diploma Business Elective 3 Elective EVT100 Event Operations and Logistics 3 Elective Diploma Business Elective 3 Elective EVT200 Event Production and Design 3 T3 Workplace Integrated Learning AINT100 Internship 12 T3 Workplace Integrated Learning IND201 Industry Training I 12

CURRICULUM SUMMARY PRESCRIBED ELECTIVES - Griffith University CURRICULUM SUMMARY SAMPLE SUBJECTS Business Statistics, Introduction to Course Name Diploma of Business Electives are prescribed for the cho- Information Systems & Introduction to Course Name Diploma of Event VENUE AND HOSPITALITY EVENT OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS Human Resources sen university pathway: OPERATIONS Learn the skills and experience needed Management - University of South Australia Management - University of Technology, Sydney Put yourself in the role of an event for the planning and management of Course Code DBM Business Statistics, Introduction to Course Code DEM manager as you learn, the importance event operations and logistics. You will Business Statistics, Business Economics Information Systems & Introduction to of service to event planning and CRICOS Code 072938J & Introduction to Information Systems Human Resources CRICOS Code 055639F be introduced to the fully integrated - University of Newcastle - Western Sydney University management with hands-on experience. event project software used by event You will learn to make decisions, deal Business Statistics, Business Economics Business Statistics, Introduction to professionals. & Business Law Information Systems & Introduction to with suppliers, write venue briefs, make - University of Wollongong Human Resources site inspections, plan risk management Business Statistics, Business Economics - Edith Cowan University and manage staff. & Introduction to Information Systems Business Statistics, Business Economics & Business Law

14 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 15 Your pathway to a Bachelor of Your pathway to a Bachelor of DIPLOMA OF Hospitality Management at ICMS DIPLOMA OF Sports Management at ICMS If you love people and travel, it’s hard to go past a career You will develop a thorough understanding of key concepts HOSPITALITY in hospitality. Graduates work for international hotels and SPORTS relating to the sports management industry. A combination of hospitality management companies in senior positions, right fundamental knowledge of business principles and universal MANAGEMENT up to general manager level. Others have taken the plunge MANAGEMENT skills will equip you with the expertise you need to take your and opened their own hospitality businesses. place in the global sports business environment. 8 SUBJECTS + INTERNSHIP 8 SUBJECTS + INTERNSHIP COURSE STRUCTURE COURSE STRUCTURE

Term Subject Type Subject code Subject Name Credits Term Subject Type Subject code Subject Name Credits

T1 Core MGT101 Managing People and Organisations 3 T1 Core MGT101 Managing People and Organisations 3 Core ECO100 Business Economics 3 Core ECO100 Business Economics 3 Elective HOS112 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management 3 Elective SPO110 Introduction to Sports Management 3 Elective HOS100 Hospitality Operations I 3 Elective SPO100 Contemporary Health Issues 3 T2 Core ACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 T2 Core ACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 Core MKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Core MKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Elective HOS120 Rooms Division Operations 3 Elective SPO120 Sports Psychology, Health & Well being 3 Elective HOS200 Hospitality Operations II 3 Elective SPO230 Innovation in Sports Management 3 T3 Workplace Integrated Learning IND201 Industry Training I 12 T3 Workplace Integrated Learning IND201 Industry Training I 12

CURRICULUM SUMMARY SAMPLE SUBJECTS CURRICULUM SUMMARY SAMPLE SUBJECTS

Course Name Diploma of HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS Course Name Diploma of Sport CONTEMPORARY HEALTH ISSUES SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY, HEALTH & WELL BEING Hospitality Learn practical skills in food and Extend your skills in basic front office Management Learn about a wide range of current beverage management. The theoretical and housekeeping operations and health issues and health science Learn the psychological factors that Management base and application of industry concentrate on key elements of Course Code DSM concepts. Discuss key and emerging influence participation and performance scenarios combine to make this unit health issues in contemporary society; Course Code DHM effective room’s division management, CRICOS Code 072937K in sport and exercise activities. an exciting, practical and memorable namely managing quality guest service indigenous health; legal and ethical CRICOS Code 055638G learning experience. You will have real- and managing revenue perspectives; health promotion; national life experiences in food and beverage security and infectious diseases; and operations, particularly at gala functions. the effects of globalisation.

16 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 17 Your pathway to a Bachelor Your pathway to a Bachelor of DIPLOMA OF of Property (Development, DIPLOMA OF International Tourism at ICMS PROPERTY Investment and Valuation) at INTERNATIONAL Tourism is one of Australia’s leading export industries. Our international tourism program provides students with global ICMS career options in areas as diverse as airlines, attractions, tour MANAGEMENT Property management is one of the fastest growing industries TOURISM companies and tourism development. This undergraduate in Australia. It is estimated that in the next 2 years around 5% diploma program will interest you if you are looking for a swift of the Australian GDP will be property related. The Aspire entry into an exciting career in tourism, or if you would like to diploma pathway will interest you if you require swift entry into progress to a full degree. 8 SUBJECTS + INTERNSHIP an exciting career in property management, or if you would 8 SUBJECTS + INTERNSHIP like to progress to full degree. COURSE STRUCTURE COURSE STRUCTURE

Term Subject Type Subject code Subject Name Credits Term Subject Type Subject code Subject Name Credits

T1 Core MGT101 Managing People & Organisations 3 T1 Core MGT101 Managing People & Organisations 3 Core ECO100 Business Economics 3 Core ECO100 Business Economics 3 Elective PRO120 Introduction to the Property Industry 3 Elective HOS112 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management 3 Elective PRO110 Principles of Valuation 3 Elective TOU110 Destination Sales & Marketing 3 T2 Core ACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 T2 Core ACC100 Accounting Fundamentals 3 Core MKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Core MKT100 Principles of Marketing 3 Elective MGT230 Facilities Management 3 Elective TOU100 Attractions & Resort Operations 3 Elective PRO134 Property Development 3 Elective TOU210 Tourism Governance & Policy 3 T3 Workplace Integrated Learning IND201 Industry Training I 12 T3 Workplace Integrated Learning IND201 Industry Training I 12

CURRICULUM SUMMARY SAMPLE SUBJECTS CURRICULUM SUMMARY SAMPLE SUBJECTS

Course Name Diploma of Property INTRODUCTION TO PROPERTY PRINCIPLES OF VALUATION Course Name Diploma of DESTINATION SALES AND ATTRACTION AND RESORT DEVELOPMENT MARKETING OPERATIONS Management Learn how to assess and conduct the International Tourism Develop your understanding of the valuation of residential property types. Examine approaches to the delivery Learn about the diverse range of Course Code DPM concepts of property development, Discover the fundamental assessment Course Code DIT of tourism services including pricing, management issues and processes property management and facilities communication and distribution CRICOS Code 072935A methods to apply in the valuation of CRICOS Code 055640B related to the operation of resorts, management. This subject will give you income producing property. strategy, identifying factors that impact attractions and casinos. an overview of property that will be market selection, positioning, and studied in greater depth in subsequent demand management. units.

18 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 19 Students who are doing an Aspire Institute pathway will have the opportunity to include an industry internship in SAMPLE TIME TABLE their program. During your studies you will work with our Professional & Career Development Team who will prepare INTERNSHIP you for your internship. By meeting our professional UNDERGRADUATE DIPLOMA standards you will gain the industry training hours you will TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY need to obtain your diploma.

8 - 10am Lecture: Managing People & Organisations PROGRAMS Aspire’s Professional & Career Development Team will assess your skill level and aptitude, and prepare you for 10 - 12pm Lecture: Business Tutorial: Business this important phase of your education. Economics Economics

12 - 2pm Tutorial: Business Tutorial: Principles of Lecture: Managing People Free time for study Free time for study Communications Marketing & Organisations and/or part time work and/or part time work You will be taught how to prepare a resume, conduct yourself in interviews, and find out more about what 3 - 5pm Lecture: Principles of Tutorial: Business prospective employers are seeking. A one on one Marketing Communications pre-placement session will provide you with feedback, 5pm - 6pm - 7pm confidence, and the tools to secure a great Industry training placement. The Professional & Career Development Team provides considerable assistance in obtaining placements Full-time Aspire students take 4 subjects per trimester and have an average of 16-20 hours a week of lectures, tutorials and around Australia, and in some cases, internationally. group work. Students are also expected to do after hour study. OUR CONNECTIONS Through our unique relationship with ICMS our students ARE YOUR have access to the following ICMS partners..... CONNECTIONS

20 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 21 INDUSTRY TRAINING + EMPHASIS ON REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONALISM

At ICMS we believe that the best ICMS ensures that your education learning combines practical ‘real incorporates professional and practical world’ work with a strong academic training. At ICMS you will wear foundation. Our undergraduate and business attire and meetgriffith a professional BRISBANE master’s degrees all include a work standard of behaviour, grooming and ARTICULATION presentation. placement component called industry training. You will work in your industry Our industry partners have said that our ecu PERTH for up to 9 months, giving you a distinct graduates stand out from the crowd edge over other graduates. Our because of their professional behaviour PARTNERS Industry Training staff work with you and presentationUON – a NEWCASTLE great asset for to UNisafind aADELAIDE placement that will form the any business career.icms/UTS SYDNEY foundation of your practical business uow WOLLONGONG skills and your first CV. Aspire Institute aligns itself with a range of Students internationally recognised Australian universities VU melbourne and colleges to offer pathways to their bachelor 1000 degrees. Aspire pathway diploma graduates can A GLOBAL EDUCATION gain direct entry into the second year of partner At ICMS you’ll share the campus Grant Thornton Higher university or college degree programs including: the with students from over 40 countries Education Survey 2013 University of Technology, Sydney; the International “Our strength is our concentration allowing you to develop an extensive College of Management, Sydney; the University of on all three dimensions of network of friends and contacts. If travel ICMS ranked most recognisable while you study is on your agenda, Newcastle; Griffith University; and the University of learning: practical, academic and NSW private college Wollongong. professional.” ICMS has an international study abroad program in Switzerland with César Professor Kevin Tickle Ritz Colleges and exchange programs Diploma (Aspire) credit equals CEO and President / Deputy Vice- in the USA with Johnson and Wales Chancellor (Academic and Strategic University and San Francisco State One year/48 credit points Development) University. Both allow you to spend one term overseas and have your study fully credited to your ICMS degree.

CRICOS Provider Code: 01484M

www.icms.edu.au

22 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 23 The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building as see above is used primarily for postgraduate studies

STUDY LOCATIONS A WORLD-CLASS › Newcastle UNIVERSITY OF UNIVERSITY › Central Coast › Sydney TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY (UTS) ›  The University of Newcastle is ranked › Online UTS is a dynamic and innovative top 3% in the world*. university in central Sydney. One UoN is a leader in university education, of Australia’s leading universities *Times Higher Education World University with a reputation for high quality of technology, UTS has a distinct griffith BRISBANE teaching and learning and exciting, Rankings 2012 & QS World University griffithmodel BRISBANE of learning, strong research contemporary academic programs. Rankings 2012 performance and a leading reputation ecu PERTH for engagement with industry and the UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS professions. ecu PERTHStudents › Bachelor of Business StudentsUON NEWCASTLE FACULTY OF BUSINESS › Bachelor of Commerce UON NEWCASTLEUTS Business School, the largest of the icms/UTS SYDNEY › Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of 38,881 UNisa ADELAIDE UNisa ADELAIDE icms/UTSuniversity’s SYDNEY faculties, provides students uow12,500 WOLLONGONG AND LAW Commerce (combined) with a world-class integrated education › Bachelor of Laws (combined) uow WOLLONGONG World Ranking across all major fields of business The Faculty of Business and Law at › Bachelor of Innovation and practice. Accreditation the University of Newcastle, Australia Entrepreneurship /Bachelor of VU melbourne Business VU melbourne delivers innovative degree programs Top 3% in the world IAACSB and facilitates a dynamic learning › Bachelor of Innovation and UTS Business School is strategically community. The Faculty’s researchers Entrepreneurship/Bachelor of located in the heart of Sydney’s collaborate with external partners and Commerce Diploma (Aspire) credit equals creative precinct and alongside Diploma (Aspire) credit equals Sydney’s central business district. stakeholders and actively generate knowledge across their specialist POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS This helps facilitate our strong links One year / 80 units of credit areas. › Master of Applied Finance with industry, with the majority of our One year/48 credit points › Master of Business (undergraduate programs) “Our vision at UTS Business School subjects incorporating guest lectures › Master of Business Administration (MBA) is to advance knowledge with from practitioners, and even live case › Master of Human Resource impact through integrative thinking studies as student projects. Management for the next generation leaders of a › Master of International Business WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR globalising world.” UTS is investing over $1 billion in › Juris Doctor / Graduate Diploma in DEGREES? campus infrastructure, providing an Legal Practice Visit www.newcastle.edu.au/degrees Professor Roy Green unprecedented opportunity to shape › Master of Laws (LLM) Dean, UTS Business School the future of learning through the › Master of Marketing design of a new suite of spaces. This › Master of Professional Accounting includes the iconic Dr Chau Chak Wing › Master of Professional Economics Building, home of the Business School › Master of Co-operatives Management from 2015. and Organisation

CRICOS Provider Code: 00109J

24 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 25 griffith BRISBANE ecu PERTH GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY UON NEWCASTLE Since opening its doors in 1975, Griffith UNisa ADELAIDE icms/UTS SYDNEY University has come to be regarded uow WOLLONGONG as one of Australia’s most innovative tertiary institutions and one of the most influential universities in the Asia- VU melbourne Pacific region. We were the very first university in Australia to offer degrees in Asian UNIVERSITY OF Students studies and Environmental studies to Students our students and we remain a pioneer WOLLONGONG in these fields. We have grown to be 43,000 38,516 a large multi-campus institution with griffith BRISBANE At UOW, we’re proud to be among the internationally recognised strengths best modern universities in the world. World Ranking in teaching and research. Griffith now Accreditation Throughout our 60-year history, we’ve offers more than 300 degrees across built an international reputation for ecu PERTH five campuses and is home to more world-class research and exceptional Top 2% of universities than 43,000 students from 131 countries. AACSB teaching quality. In fact, employers in the world Griffith is Australia’s ninth largest higher UON NEWCASTLE have ranked our graduates as some of educationUNisa ADELAIDE provider. icms/UTS SYDNEY the most career-ready in the world for Diploma (Aspire) credit equals uow WOLLONGONG nine years in a row. We’re in the top 2 Diploma (Aspire) credit equals per cent of universities world-wide and One year/80 credit points we’re aiming higher every day. GRIFFITH BUSINESS SCHOOL “As the graduate school of the One year/48 units of credit “Whichever of our campuses they VU melbourne Faculty of Business at the University (undergraduate programs) decide to call home, students and Get a competitive edge with a business of Wollongong, we build on the staff will find themselves members or commerce degree from Griffith traditional strengths and reputation FACULTY OF BUSINESS of a university which produces Business School. You’ll be equipped of the faculty and the University. graduates who are confronting with business skills for the future The Faculty of Business provides We provide flexible and innovative tomorrow’s issues today. At the and gain not only a qualification, flexible and innovative educational educational opportunities and same time, we use work integrated but leadership skills and practical and research opportunities with strong have strong ties to the business learning and industry connections to experience. Griffith Business School ties to the business community. We is accredited with the Association community.” ensure our graduates are eminently develop professionals, managers and to Advance Collegiate Schools of business leaders with critical thinking employable.” Professor John Glynn Business - International, so you can be skills so that they can succeed (and Executive Dean Professor Ian O’Connor confident you’ll be studying with the maximise their potential) in their chosen Vice Chancellor best in the business. fields.

CRICOS Provider Code: 00102E CRICOS Provider Code: 00233E

26 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 27 STUDENT EXPERIENCE DEPARTMENT Whether you’re into rugby, football, basketball, tennis, swimming or just general fitness, you can become involved in sport and fitness programs at Aspire. If you can’t find a team, find a few friends and form your own! You’ll also have access to a discounted membership to our student gym in Manly. We also have a variety of social and cultural events for you to get involved with. Our Student Experience Team helps organise and manage these events. LIFE IN SYDNEY › Average wage $676.50 per week › Local public transport cost $3-4 per trip › Sydney’s population 4.4 Million › Average temperature 22 degrees celsius › Cup of coffee $3 › 17 minutes by fast ferry from Sydney CBD to Manly › 60 of Australia’s top 100 companies are based in Sydney › About 1/3 of Sydney’s population were born overseas › Sydney is in the “World’s top 10 most livable cities” All prices are in Australian dollars ORIENTATION The Student Experience Department organises an action- packed Orientation to introduce new students to life at Aspire and to help them settle in. This event is filled with important STUDENT information sessions and fun team building activities. Please note orientation will run for one day for all mid term intakes. JUST A FEW OF THE THINGS YOU’LL DO IN ORIENTATION: LIFE & SUPPORT › Campus tours and social events to familiarise you with the campus and life at Aspire, while providing the opportunity to network, make new friends and have a lot of fun. › Officially enrol and get your timetable Our students are drawn from all over › Go on guided tours of Manly and Sydney, to get a feel of the world, attracted by the vibrant social what this amazing city has to offer. community and academic opportunities. The › Meet other students with team building exercises, sporting diverse student body stays connected with activities and social events formal and informal social activities, both › Find out more about your program of study from our Head of School on and off campus. The Student Experience Prepare for an exciting and busy trimester at Aspire Department is there to provide various levels › of support and encourages students to step outside their comfort zones, to make use of the opportunities that are presented to them and STUDENT SUPPORT to remember that life rewards action. Aspire offers a wide variety of support services for students. The Academic Learning Centre is open from Monday to Friday every week of the trimester. It provides opportunities to develop your academic skills and prepare you for the cultural change to tertiary student life. Weekly English workshops are run during each trimester.

28 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 29 Manly and the surrounding Northern Beaches represent some of the most desirable neighbourhoods in Sydney. Students have a variety of accommodation options available to them, from living on campus to finding lodging off campus, either alone or in a shared house with classmates.

› Twin room › Single room

ACCOMMODATION ACCOMMODATION FEATURES INCLUDE: Campus living is an ideal way to make the most of our › 3 meals a day on weekdays, 2 meals spectacular location. Students who live on campus enjoy a a day on weekends ON-CAMPUS fantastic lifestyle with all meals provided, wireless internet, › Residential Assistants on every level 24 hour access to Computer labs, as well as the luxury of being in close proximity to classes, and the world-famous › 24 hour Duty Manager Manly beach. Rooms are equipped with a desk, wardrobe, › Security CCTV cameras ACCOMMODATION heating, personal phones and wireless internet. All linen is › Wi-fi provided and rooms are dusted and vacuumed once a week. › Laundry for linen Each floor is equipped with a kitchenette, common showers, toilets and ironing facilities. You will also receive residential › Sports facilities support from the residential assistants and senior student › Outdoor gym and BBQ leaders who live on campus. › Local shuttle bus during term You will have the choice of a single, double, triple or quad › 250 beds on campus dormitory room, depending on your budget, residential preference and availability. Shared rooms are single sex but are allocated randomly for cultural experience. On campus accommodation is very popular and places fill up quickly. We can arrange home stay accommodation for students under 18 years of age. Please see our website for more details.

ACCOMMODATION FEES Room Per Term Cost (13 Weeks) To apply for accommodation please visit aspire.edu.au. Students Single / View $5,500 can arrange their own off-campus Single $5,200 accommodation. These rates are Double room $4,700 applicable for 2016 and are subject Triple room $4,400 to change without notice. Quad room $4,400

30 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 31 / Lucy, Academic English / Austin, Foundation Diploma

/ Daria at UTS

#ASPIRE ASPIRE INTAKE / Bradley & Dane, Diploma of Business Management DATES

DIPLOMA & FOUNDATION TERM DATES / Goku, Foundation Program 2016 FEB 16 MAY 16 SEP 16

ORIENTATION WEEK 08 FEB 2016 25 MAY 2016 7 SEP 2016

ACADEMIC TRIMESTER 15 FEB to 13 MAY 30 MAY to 26 AUG 12 SEP to 9 DEC

2017 FEB 17 MAY 17 SEP 17

ORIENTATION WEEK 13 JAN 2017 31 MAY 2017 13 SEP 2016

ACADEMIC TRIMESTER 20 FEB to 19 MAY 05 JUN to 01 SEP 18 SEP to 15 DEC

Your pathway to University / 33 PATHWAY TO ICMS DATES

ICMS PATHWAY

YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3

Diploma Diploma Degree (ICMS) Industry Training Industry Training Degree (ICMS) Degree (ICMS) Degree (ICMS) Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3 Trimester 4 Trimester 5 Trimester 6 Trimester 7 Trimester 8

Eligible for a Diploma Graduate with a Degree / Serina, Academic English

INTAKE DATES – FOUNDATION PATHWAY (17 MONTHS) 2016 2017 2018

15 FEB - 13 MAY 30 MAY - 26 AUG 12 SEP - 09 DEC 20 FEB - 19 MAY 05 JUN - 01 SEP 18 SEP - 15 DEC

17 MONTHS (FEB 16 INTAKE) ICMS (Entry from Year 11, IELTS 5.5 FOUNDATION FOUNDATION DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR PROGRAM PROGRAM TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 (Internship included or equivalent in degree)

17 MONTHS (MAY 16 INTAKE) ICMS (Entry from Year 11, IELTS 5.5 FOUNDATION FOUNDATION DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR PROGRAM PROGRAM TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 (Internship included or equivalent in degree)

17 MONTHS (SEP 16 INTAKE) ICMS (Entry from Year 11, IELTS 5.5 FOUNDATION FOUNDATION DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR PROGRAM PROGRAM TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 (Internship included or equivalent in degree)

/ Mike & Frank , pathway to Uni / Theo, Academic English INTAKE DATES – DIPLOMA PATHWAY (8 MONTHS*) ICMS INTAKE DATES 2016 2017 2016

15 FEB - 13 MAY 30 MAY - 26 AUG 12 SEP - 09 DEC 20 FEB - 19 MAY 05 JUN - 01 SEP 15 Feb

/ Gabriela, Diploma of Business Management 30 May 8 MONTHS (FEB 16 INTAKE) ICMS DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR (Entry from Year 12, IELTS 6.0 12 Sep TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 (Internship included or equivalent in degree) 2017 8 MONTHS (MAY 16 INTAKE) ICMS (Entry from Year 12, IELTS 6.0 DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR 20 Feb TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 (Internship included or equivalent in degree) 05 Jun 18 Sep 8 MONTHS (SEP 16 INTAKE) ICMS (Entry from Year 12, IELTS 6.0 DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 (Internship included or equivalent 2018 in degree)

* Students on a pathway to ICMS will complete the internship requirement during their bachelor studies. 19 Feb

04 Jun

Your pathway to University / 35 PATHWAY TO UTS, UON, UOW, GRIFFITH UNI, UNI DATES UNISA, ECU & WESTERN SYDNEY

PATHWAY TO UNI UNI / Daria, pathway to UTS YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3

Diploma Diploma Internship Uni Degree Uni Degree Uni Degree Uni Degree Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3 2nd Year - Semester 1 2nd Year - Semester 2 3rd Year - Semester 1 3rd Year - Semester 2 / Marie, pathway to ICMS

Graduate with a Diploma Graduate with a Degree

INTAKE DATES – FOUNDATION PATHWAY 2016 2017 2018

15 FEB - 13 MAY 30 MAY - 26 AUG 12 SEP - 09 DEC 20 FEB- 19 MAY 05 JUN - 09 SEP 18 SEP - 15 DEC 19 FEB - 18 MAY

DIPLOMA FEB 16 INTAKE TRIMESTER 2 UNIVERSITY (Entry from Year 11, IELTS 5.5 FOUNDATION FOUNDATION DIPLOMA Internship (Part 2ND YEAR or equivalent) PROGRAM PROGRAM TRIMESTER 1 time - 13 weeks. (See Universities Full time - 10 intake dates) weeks.

MAY 16 INTAKE UNIVERSITY (Entry from Year 11, IELTS 5.5 FOUNDATION FOUNDATION DIPLOMA DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR / Yessica & Celine, pathway to ICMS or equivalent) PROGRAM PROGRAM TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 INTERNSHIP (See Universities intake dates)

SEP 16 INTAKE UNIVERSITY (Entry from Year 11, IELTS 5.5 FOUNDATION FOUNDATION DIPLOMA DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR or equivalent) PROGRAM PROGRAM TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 INTERNSHIP (See Universities intake dates)

INTAKE DATES – UNI PATHWAY UNIVERSITY INTAKE DATES* 2016 2017 2017 15 FEB - 13 MAY 30 MAY - 26 AUG 12 SEP - 09 DEC 13 FEB - 12 MAY UTS › 20 Mar / 31 Jul / 27 Nov

UON › 20 Feb / 7 Aug FEB 16 INTAKE UNIVERSITY (Entry from Year 12, IELTS 6.0 DIPLOMA DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR UOW › 20 Feb / 24 Jul or equivalent) TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 INTERNSHIP (See Universities intake dates) Griffith › 20 Feb / 24 Jul

UNISA › 20 Feb / 7 Aug

MAY 16 INTAKE UNIVERSITY ECU › 20 Feb / 17 Jul (Entry from Year 12, IELTS 6.0 DIPLOMA DIPLOMA DIPLOMA 2ND YEAR or equivalent) TRIMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 2 INTERNSHIP (See Universities 2018 intake dates) UTS › 19 Mar / 1 Aug DIPLOMA SEP 16 INTAKE TRIMESTER 2 UNIVERSITY UON › 19 Feb / 25 Jul DIPLOMA Internship (Part 2ND YEAR (Entry from Year 12, IELTS 6.0 UOW › 19 Feb / 25 Jul or equivalent) TRIMESTER 1 time - 13 weeks. (See Universities Full time - 10 intake dates) Griffith › 19 Feb / 23 Jul weeks. UNISA › 19 Feb / 6 Aug ECU › 19 Feb / 16 Jul / Haonan, pathway to UTS Places are subject to availability. * Please check the university website for latest intake dates.

36 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 37 STUDENT FEES

INTERNATIONAL COURSE DURATION TUITION FEE PER TRIMESTER TOTAL TUITION FEE REPRESENTATIVE International Domestic International Domestic Aspire has representatives in over 50 Student Student Student Student HOW TO APPLY countries. Our representatives can provide you with detailed information English Programs By week $380/w $380/w By week By weeks in your own language as well as assist you in organising visas and Provisional Entry Program ** 3 Months $2,900 $2,900 $2,900 $2,900 travel arrangements. To organise an appointment in a city near you, please Foundation Program 8 Months $9,750 $9,750 $19,500 $19,500 SIMPLY APPLY ONLINE AT ASPIRE.EDU.AU email your current contact details and address to [email protected]. Diploma of Business Management 12 Months $11,600 $10,000 $23,200 $20,000 Apply. Complete and sign the application form in this + Internship* + Internship* STEP 1 brochure or on our website. Include a certified copy of your passport, English qualifications and academic transcripts VISAS Diploma of Hospitality Management 12 Months $12,600 $10,000 $25,200 $20,000 translated into English. All international students require an + Internship* + Internship* Australian student visa. Student visa applications can take up to two months Offer Letter. We will respond to your application with an depending on your country of passport. Diploma of Sport Management 12 Months $12,600 $10,000 $25,200 $20,000 STEP 2 Offer Letter (or Conditional Offer) including key information, For information on student visas contact + Internship* + Internship* fees and course details. your nearest Australian Embassy.

Diploma of Event Management 12 Months $12,600 $10,000 $25,200 $20,000 Accept offer and pay deposit. To accept the offer you’ll + Internship* + Internship* STEP 3 need to sign the acceptance letter (included with the Offer PLEASE NOTE Letter), pay the tuition deposit and return to us by email Diploma of International Tourism 12 Months $12,600 $10,000 $25,200 $20,000 as well as EFT receipt to secure your place. (On campus › International applicants should apply at + Internship* + Internship* accommodation deposit is $500, book online) least 2 months prior to their preferred enrolment date.

Diploma of Property Management 12 Months $12,600 $10,000 $25,200 $20,000 Confirmation of Enrolment. Upon receipt of the › There is no application fee. + Internship* + Internship* acceptance letter and deposit we’ll issue you a Confirmation STEP 4 › Please check the academic and English of Enrolment (COE) for your visa application. entry requirements on page 40. Internship*** 450 to 600 hrs $2,900 $2,900 $2,900 $2,900 › Payment of the tuition deposit is Enrol. Finalise your student visa and book your on campus required with your application and accommodation if required and you’re all done – see you * The internship is a compulsory part of the diploma programs. STEP 5 supporting documents. ** Provisional enrolment is intended for applicants who meet the academic admission requirements for the Diploma but have an English language for enrolment in Sydney. score that is below IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent) but above or equal to IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent). *** If you pathway to ICMS you will not be charges for the internship.

38 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 Your pathway to University / 39 APPLICATION FORM All fields must be completed in order for this application to be assessed please print in block letters and tick circles where appropriate. Forward the completed application from and supporting documents to your agent or send it directly to us at: Recruitment, Aspire ENGLISH ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Institute – 151 Darley Road, Manly NSW 2095 Australia Alternatively, apply online via our website: aspire.edu.au FOUNDATION ENTRY REQUIREMENTS DIPLOMA ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

IELTS 5.5 overall (No band less than 5.0) 6.0 overall - Provisional entry 5.5 IELTS (No band less than 5.5) APPLICATION ENGLISH INTERNSHIP TOEFL 52 - iBT taken after Dec 2012 69 (Provisional entry 52) - iBT taken after Dec 2012 FOUNDATION DIPLOMA PROGRAM PROGRAM Internships are compulsory to ICMS YEAR 2 complete diploma or pathways & YEAR 3 GCSE English 1st Language, (O Level) Grade D English 1st Language, (A Level) Grade C

HKDSE N/A Level 3 Academic English, ICMS Foundation Diploma of Business Diploma of Sports Choose one of the following delivered by SELC. Diploma CEPT C1 B1 Management Management Bachelor Degrees (Accredited by SELC: Can lead to one of CRICOS Provider Code: the Universities below Diploma of Bachelor Of Business Management (BBM) 00051M) Property Bachelor Of Hospitality Management ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Diploma of Event Management Management Bachelor Of Event Management Diploma of Bachelor Of Sports Management COUNTRY FOUNDATION ENTRY REQUIREMENTS DIPLOMA ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Diploma of Hospitality International Management Tourism Bachelor Of International Tourism Completion of Year 12 [Applicants with relevant work experience and/or completion of Bachelor Of Property (Development, a Certificate IV qualification (or equivalent) will be considered for entry. The Record of Australia Completion of Year 11 with superior grades Other: Investment and Valuation) School Achievement may also be taken into consideration. Achievement at Level 4 in numeracy and literacy is normally required] OPTIONAL UNIVERSITY YEAR 2 & 3 Successful completion of the Vestibular examinations with passing grades in a business PROVIDER CRICOS: Brazil Completion of the Vestibular examinations - Bachelor of Business related subject. Student’s who complete the Diploma of Business Management UTS University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) - 00099F may progress to the 2nd year of the following Universities. Please UON - Bachelor of Business Successful completion of the General Senior Secondary Unified Graduation University of Newcastle (UON) - 00109J China Gao Er (SM2) with a 60% average note there is a GPA requirement to progress to the Universities in Examination (Gao San or SM3) this section, this could very between 2.0 and 2.5 GPA depending Griffith University - 00233E Griffith - Bachelor of Business Western Sydney University - 00917K Germany Intermediate School Leaving Certificate (Yr 11) Successful completion of the Abitur/Allgemeine Hochschulreife on the institution. Western Sydney Uni - Bachelor of Business Edith Cowan University (ECU) - 00279B & Commerce Successful Completion of Form 5 Successful completion of the HKDSE University of Wollongong (UOW) - 00102E Successful completion of All India Senior School Certificate or Indian School Certificate University of South Australia (UNISA) - 00121B ECU - Bachelor of Business India Standard XI or Standard XII or equivalent or Senior Secondary Certificate or State Board Examinations. UNISA - Bachelor of Commerce

Indonesia Completion of SMU 2 SMU 3 or Secondary School Certificate of Graduation UOW - Bachelor of Commerce or Business Japan Year 2 or 3 Upper Secondary School Certificate Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate START DATE Completion of Year 2 Senior High School with above Korea Completion of the General Senior High School Certificate average grades Date: DIPLOMA & FOUNDATION FEB MAY SEP Year: ENGLISH Macau Form 5 or Senior Middle 2 Successful completion of the Senior Secondary Diploma (Please refer to English Intake dates - Pg 11) Malaysia SPM (or forecast), Senior Middle 2 or UEC (or forecast) Completion of the STPM or matriculation (Matrikulas) Completion of at least 12 years of secondary school PERSONAL DETAILS Mexico with above average grades or completion of the Successful completion of the Bachillerato FAMILY NAME FIRST NAME “Bachilerato”

Satisfactory completion of Vitnemal Fra Grunnskolen ADDRESS IN HOME COUNTRY SUBURB STATE Norway (Leaving Certificate from Compulsory School/ Lower Successful completion of the Vitnemal Secondary School) Completion of at least 11 years of schooling with above POSTCODE COUNTRY TELEPHONE IN HOME COUNTRY Philippines Successful completion of High School average grades Russian Successful completion of the Attestat o Srednem [polnom] Obshchem Obrazovanii Certificate of Secondary Education ADDRESS IN AUSTRALIA SUBURB STATE Federation [Certificate of Secondary (Complete) General Education] GCE O Level Preliminary/Forecast; Secondary Four Singapore Successful completion of the General Certificate of Education [GCE] (Express) POSTCODE COUNTRY CURRENT TELEPHONE MOBILE

Taiwan Senior High School Year 2 or 3 Successful completion of Senior High School Year 3 EMAIL COUNTRY OF BIRTH COUNTRY OF PASSPORT PASSPORT NUMBER Thailand Matayom 5 or Matayom 6 Successful completion of the Certificate of Secondary Education [Matayom 6] United Arab Successful completion of the Tawjihiyya or Thanawiyya Successful completion of the Tawjihiyya or Thanawiyya Al’aama [Secondary School Emirates Al’aama [Secondary School Certificate] Certificate] DATE OF BIRTH: DD/MM/YYYY SEX AUSTRALIAN VISA (INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS): United States of MALE FEMALE YES, VISA NUMBER______NO Satisfactory completion of High School High School diploma with minimum B average grade/ GPA 3 America WHEN WILL YOU/DID YOU FIRST ARRIVE IN AUSTRALIA? ARE YOU AN AUSTRALIAN PERMANENT RESIDENT? Successful completion of the Diploma of General Education [Bang Tot Nghiep Pho YES NO Vietnam Completion of Year 11 with an average grade of 6 Thong Trung Hoc] or the Bang Tot Nghiep Hoc Chuyen Nghiep [Secondary Vocational School Certificate] DO YOU HAVE A DISABILITY, IMPAIRMENT OR LONG TERM MEDICAL CONDITION WHICH MAY AFFECT YOUR STUDIES? YES NO

International Baccalaureat Completion of IB Diploma IF “YES” PLEASE INDICATE THE AREA/S OF IMPAIRMENT: HEARING LEARNING WOULD YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE ADVICE ON SUPPORT SERVICES, EQUIPMENT AND MOBILITY VISION MEDICAL OTHER. FACILITIES WHICH MAY ASSIST YOU? YES NO Cambridge International Examinations or Edexcel GCE Edexcel GCE A-Level or Cambridge International A Level with an aggregate of #7

EDUCATION Other countries: Please contact the Admissions Office [email protected] SECONDARY (HIGHEST LEVEL ACHIEVED): SCHOOL ATTENDED All diploma subjects need to be passed in order to progress to our University Partners.

Note: Entry requirements are subject to change. Malaysia STPM score based on: A1=8;A2=7;B3=6;B5=4;B6=3;C7=2;C8=1, If you will be under 18 years at the ATAR [IF APPLICABLE] NAME OF QUALIFICATION YEAR COMPLETED commencement of your program please contact Aspire for information on care and welfare arrangements.. Note: There is no RPL available within the Foundation Program. All 10 specified subjects must be completed. Forecast results are accepted where appropriate. TERTIARY AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION ATTENDED (IF ANY): NAME OF QUALIFICATION YEAR COMPLETED

40 / Aspire Institute Prospectus 2016 PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH SIDES OF THE FORM AGENT/COUNSELLOR (IF APPLICABLE)

NAME AGENT STAMP

ADDRESS

SUBURB STATE

POSTCODE COUNTRY TELEPHONE

FAX EMAIL

PARENT, LEGAL GUARDIAN OR SPONSOR (COMPULSORY)

NAME RELATIONSHIP TO APPLICANT

ADDRESS SUBURB STATE

POSTCODE COUNTRY TELEPHONE

FAX EMAIL

OVERSEAS STUDENT HEALTH COVER (OSHC) The Australian Government requires students on a student visa to have health cover (OSHC) for the duration of the visa period. OSHC is arranged on arrival by Aspire Institute when students are enrolled. OSHC is a Department of Immigration requirement and Citizenship (DIAC) requirement.

DO YOU HAVE OSHC?

YES, PLEASE PROVIDE DETAILS: NO, PLEASE CHOOSE ONE OF THE OPTIONS: NAME ______SINGLE COVER COUPLE COVER FAMILY COVER CARD NUMBER ______

ACCOMMODATION RESERVATION REQUEST

SELECT ROOM TYPE

SINGLE ROOM SINGLE ROOM WITH VIEW DOUBLE ROOM TRIPLE ROOM QUAD ROOM

LENGTH OF ACCOMMODATION

ONE TRIMESTER TWO TRIMESTER THREE TRIMESTER

Please note that a deposit fee of $500 must be paid for each trimester booking. Accommodation fees can be found in the Aspire prospectus.

AIRPORT TRANSFER YES ($100 Sydney Airport to Aspire Manly Campus) NO

HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT ASPIRE INSTITUTE: SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS CHECK LIST Please attach the following documents to your application form INTERNET EDUCATION AGENT EDUCATION EXHIBITION

WORD OF MOUTH NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE FOR ALL APPLICANTS

CAREER WEEK CAREER ADVISOR COLLEGE SEMINAR Proof of citizenship (copy of passport, birth certificate) ASPIRE OR ICMS STUDENT ______Certified copies of final education transcripts (official English translations) ASPIRE OTHER ______FOR APPLICANTS REQUESTING CREDIT TRANSFER

Certified academic transcripts and course syllabus DECLARATION Certified certificates of employment showing all previous work FOR I acknowledge that all the information provided in this application is correct and all sections of the form are complete. MORE Signature of applicant Date Signature of agent (if applicable) ASPIRE.EDU.AU For scholarship applications please go to www.aspire.edu.au/scholarships or contact [email protected]

CRICOS CODES: Registered Provider: International College of Management, Sydney Pty Limited. Provider Code: 01484M. CRICOS CODES: Diploma 072938J, 055639F, 055638G, 055640B, 072935A, 072936M, 072937K. Associate Degree: 060096A. ICMS Bachelor Degree: 068282A, 068277J, 068278G, 068279G, 068280C, 068281B,068149F. Foundation Program Code: 076374G. Sydney English Language Centre [SELC] Provider Code: 00051M. The information you supply on this application form is needed to assess your suitability for entry into Aspire Institute 42(International / Aspire College Institute of Management, Prospectus Sydney). 2016 This information will be treated as confidential and will be available for your review. SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION PATHWAYS: 151 Darley Road Manly NSW 2095 Australia Phone: +61 2 9977 0333 Email: [email protected]

CRICOS Provider Code: 01484M

griffith BRISBANE ecu PERTH UON NEWCASTLE UNisa ADELAIDE icms/UTS/western Sydney Uni SYDNEY uow WOLLONGONG

/aspireeduau @aspireeduau @aspireinstitute Aspire Institute

APPLY ONLINE AT ASPIRE.EDU.AU

International College of Management, Sydney Pty Limited (ACN 003 144 045) atf The ICTHM Trust (ABN 54 174 259 919) trading as Aspire Institute CRICOS Provider Code 01484M RTO ID: 354525, NTIS ID: 90851 (English Language Programs delivered by SELC - Provider Code 00051M) Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information given in the brochure and application documents. Aspire Institute reserves the right to change the contents without prior notice. Information in this publication is correct at time of printing, but is subject to change from time to time. In particular, we reserve the right to change the content or the method of presentation of any unit of study, or to withdraw any unit or program of study offered or to impose limitations on enrolment in any unit or program of study. Aspire Institute fees are subject to change.