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Assessment

Throughout the program, your achievement is carefully monitored.  You will be given regular feedback on your progress and written reports will be provided after each 10 week term.  

Assessment is based on:

  • 50% coursework (which may consist of tests, assignments, and  practicals)
  • 50% final examination  (subject to moderation by UWA)

Assessment for University entry

Entry to The University of Western Australia will be based on two separate results:

  • A letter grade for English
  • A course average score, calculated across your best 10 remaining units - this will include prerequisites required for your intended degree major.

Assessment of English Language

You are required to complete 4 English units in both the Intensive and Standard UWAFP. English language proficiency is assessed within the Program and you will be awarded a grade between A and E.

The "C+" grade is the minimum required for entry to The University of Western Australia

Assessment of the UWAFP Course Average Score

You are required to complete an additional 12 units in Standard UWAFP or 11 units in Intensive UWAFP. The final Course Average Score will be a cumulative average percentage based on the best 10 units completed.  All prerequisites must be included in this score.

A Course Average Score of "66%" is the minimum grade required to enter the following UWA degrees:

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Design
  • Bachelor of Science

A Course Average Score of "80%" is the minimum grade required to enter the following UWA degrees:

  • Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)

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Dong Sifan University of Western Australia Foundation Program Graduate

Dong Sifan

"Studying at UWAFP at Taylors College is a gateway to university success. It helped me to prepare for my degree at UWA in so many ways, which most international students cannot access.

University life is different from Taylors, and without all the skills and training I learned through UWAFP, I would not feel as confident being here now as I do."
 
UWAFP graduate 2009
Business School Taylors Dean Award
Studying Bachelor of Economics at UWA