International Agents Newsletter
Volume 4, No. 6 (3 July 2009)
All 2010 publications are now available online. Printed copies of all prospectuses can be ordered by using the online Publications Order Form. If you do not have your login details, please contact your Regional Marketing Manager/Coordinator.
Our website also has links to all 2010 Application Forms.
Important information for applicants to undergraduate Medicine/Surgery, Dental Surgery, Oral Health and Nursing
The Faculty of Health Sciences has implemented a tracking system for applicants to the following programs:
- Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery
- Bachelor of Oral Health
- Bachelor of Nursing
The website contains important information about the Personal Qualities Assessment (PQA), and will also be used to communicate information to applicants at various stages throughout the assessment process.
Please bookmark https://health.adelaide.edu.au/tracking and visit the site regularly for information and updates.
You will need to log in using the application ID number and applicant's date of birth.
TOEFL iBT Test Centre now at the University of Adelaide
The Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) is now available at the University of Adelaide's English Language Centre.
With the shortage of IELTS test places available in Adelaide, students now have the opportunity to take the TOEFL iBT at the University of Adelaide.
The TOEFL iBT measures how well students can read, listen, speak and write in English, and may be used to meet the University's English language requirements for undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
More information is available from the English Language Centre website.
(Students are responsible for checking the English language requirements for student visa applications relevant to the Assessment Level of their country of citizenship.)
Students applying for Masters in Water Resources Management program may wish to apply for the ICEWaRM postgraduate scholarship for international students. The scholarship pays full or partial tuition for eligible international students and is offered twice per year. More information, including the application process, is available on the ICEWaRM website.
University news - Adelaide physicist wins national science honour
University of Adelaide physicist Professor Tanya Monro has been judged Australia's top 'emerging' leader in Science. Announced at a lunch with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in Canberra on 17 June, Professor Monro is the winner of The Weekend Australian Magazine's 'Next 100 Emerging Leaders' series in the Science category. Professor Monro, 36, is the Director of the University of Adelaide's new Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing and Director of the Centre of Expertise in Photonics. This is the latest in a number of prestigious awards and recognition she has received since starting at the University of Adelaide in early 2005 as the inaugural Chair of Photonics.