Admission Requirements Science / Engineering / Business / Information Technology / Computing
Minimum 11 years primary and secondary education
GCE/GCSE/IGCSE ‘O’ level 5 passes or KCSE equivalent C- (minus). UWSCollege English Entrance test at IELTS 5.5 or equivalent (offered at Shree Cutchi Leva Patel SACS Center) or TOEFL-540.
Admission Requirements for Nursing
Complete KCSE with a C+ Average
Pass the English Entrance test at 70% or have IELTS 5.5
Each subject is assessed through a combination of continual assessment, mid semester and final examinations. In general, for subjects studied over two semesters, the weighting of the assessment is greater in second semester and on the final examinations.
Details of each subject are contained in the individual subject outlines.
Academic Intakes: April, August
The two semester course develops the skills and understanding needed for students to enter undergraduate stream.
Why choose UWS Foundation Studies
UWS Foundation Studies will provide you with a clear pathway to the University of Western Sydney. UWS is a university with a contemporary approach to study, work and innovation providing its graduates with the knowledge and skills to succeed as well as the practical ability to solve problems; hence, move forward in their careers.
The University of Western Sydney has many strengths, including
High level of professional accreditation
High graduate employment rate
Balance of academic and practical learning
Industry-savvy academic staff
Highly - regarded, innovative research programs
Shree Cutchi Leva Patel Samaj Australian College Studies Centre offers two semesters (Standard Program). Successful completion of University Foundation Studies programs guarantees you a place in UWSCollege diploma program (completed over two or three semesters) at UWSCollege Sydney-Australia, then into University of Western Sydney Degree Program with an advanced standing of one year (completed over a minimum 2 year period at UWS Sydney-Australia).
This academic pathway program has 2 intakes in a year (April and August)