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Study English in Australia

If you want to improve your English skills before you start your university journey, our Academic English Programs are for you. These courses are suitable for various English levels and help develop your academic language skills quickly. The range of courses also help you prepare for the study path you want to take, packaged with our Diploma and Foundation Studies Programs and UNSW degrees.

Why study English at UNSW Global?

Our courses are delivered by Australia's first university languages centre.
We have over 50 years of experience in language teaching.
Over 4,000 students progress through our courses each year.
Classes are delivered at the UNSW campuses, giving you access to the university facilities and social surroundings.

Academic English Programs

University English Entry Course

University English Entry Course (UEEC) prepares you for entry into university if you’ve received a conditional offer from UNSW Sydney but do not meet the UNSW English entry requirements.

  • 10, 15 or 20 weeks

  • Upper Intermediate-Advanced

Foundation English Entry Course

Foundation English Entry Course (FEEC) prepares you for our Foundation Studies Program and Transition Program Online.

  • 10 weeks

  • Intermediate

Tertiary Orientation Program

Tertiary Orientation Program is for students who have a full offer from UNSW but want to strengthen their English language skills to succeed in university.

  • 5 weeks

  • Advanced

Essential Academic English

Essential Academic English provides you with the English skills you need to thrive at university. It prepares you for University English and Foundation English courses.

  • 10 weeks

  • Intermediate


"The Academic English Program really helped me with developing my study skills. I learnt about the best way to format notes in lectures and how to succeed at my current undergraduate degree at UNSW."

Meiwie Chen

Other English programs

We have recently made some changes to our programs.

Find out more information about alternative English options.


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