The Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) Programme is a one-and-a-half-year package for selected students to further their studies in Australia and New Zealand. Courses are conducted based on the curriculum set by the SACE Board of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia. Students will acquire the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) which is recognized by all Australian and New Zealand universities. It is also accepted by universities in the United Kingdom and Canada. ( US??)
The programme prepares students to major in Science (Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Biotechnology, etc) and Non-Science (Accountancy, Actuarial Science, Economics, Architecture, etc) courses.
The Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) is a popular pre-university program administered by the Curriculum Council of the Government of Western Australia which is responsible for the development and accreditation of courses of study for post compulsory schooling and for the assessment and certification of student achievement.
At the end of this 10 months program, students will be required to sit for the Tertiary Entrance Examination (TEE) which is equivalent to the Year 12 curriculum of Western Australia.
SPM, O-levels or its equivalent with 5 credits including English, mathematics / science.
January and March
RM 8,500 - RM 11,000 (trimas MARA!!!)
AUSMAT ACADEMIC PROGRAMME / SUBJECTS
English as Second Language Studies
Islamic Education Studies / Moral Studies
Plus (any 3)
In addition to these subjects, students will have to study the compulsory MQA subjects which include: Malaysian studies, moral/Islamic studies and Bahasa Malaysia (exempted if a credit in Bahasa Malaysia has been obtained at SPM Level)
University of Melbourne
University of Adelaide
University of Sydney
University of Queensland
University of New South Wales
University of Western Australia
Australian National University
University of Auckland
University of Otago
University of Canterbury
Victoria University of Wellington
Auckland University of Technology
50% of the assessment is based on course work and the other 50% on an external examination, which is Tertiary Entrance Examination (TEE). The TEE is recognized by most universities around the world, especially Australia, as an entrance qualification for degree programs in various universities.
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