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University Foundation Programs: How to Choose

To choose a Foundation Program at Taylors College, follow these steps...

1
Find the entry requirements for your preferred undergraduate degree:
- The University of Sydney (PDF 48KB)
- The University of Western Australia (PDF 156KB)
 
For AUT University, Massey University and the University of Auckland, visit the Auckland Foundation Year (AFY) website >
2
Use the same table to check which stream and subjects are compulsory and/or recommended for your undergraduate course
3
Check the Foundation program entry requirements to see what the requirements are for each intake



Examples - how to choose your Foundation Program

The University of Sydney Foundation program

You want to study the Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Sydney.

  1. Find the Bachelor of Commerce in the University of Sydney entry requirements table (PDF 48KB)
  2. To study for the Bachelor of Commerce, you’ll need to take the Economics/Commerce stream and study Economics and Accounting as elective subjects
  3. Check the Foundation program entry requirements to see if you meet the intake requirements.

The University of Western Australia Foundation program

You want to study the Bachelor of Computer Science (Commerce) at The University of Western Australia.

  1. Find the Bachelor of Computer Science (Commerce) in the University of Western Australia entry requirements table (PDF 156KB)
  2. To study for the Bachelor of Computer Science (Commerce), you'll need to take Mathematics.  In addition, Accounting and Economics are recommended subjects. 
  3. Check the Foundation program entry requirements to see if you meet the intake requirements.

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Jasmine Chai

"Studying at Taylors has been one of the best experiences in my life. It has helped me to be more outgoing and less shy when asking questions in class.

The warmth and dedication of the teachers in helping their students has also pushed me into becoming a better student. Now lessons can be both fun and informative which most students like me thrive for."
 
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