Foundation Studies Program

The Eynesbury College Foundation Studies Program (FSP) is comparable in standard to the Australian Year 12, which prepares students for entry into their first year at Flinders University or an Eynesbury Diploma.

Key Information

Duration

8 or 12 months

Intake Dates

February, June, October

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Campus Location

Coglin Street Campus and Franklin Street Campus

Programs are delivered through a variety of modes, not excluding online studies

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Fees

A$28,000

FEE-Help available

CRICOS Code: 074931M

Program structure

Required modules

Students will study 3 core modules, as well as 3 elective modules in their area of study interest. Students will be graded on a score out of 500 which is used for entry to Flinders University.

  • Language and Communication (marked out of 100 points)
  • Clear Thinking and Logic (marked out of 50 points)
  • International Studies (marked out of 50 points)

  • Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Information Technology Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Psychology

  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Physics

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Nutrition
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Psychology

  • Media and Social Studies
  • Psychology
  • Design Studies

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Information Technology Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology

Meet the Program Coordinator

Profile

After completing a Bachelor of Education in Business at the University of South Australia, Simon Tanti taught Accounting, Economics and Legal Studies at the senior secondary level at several leading private Colleges in South Australia. He then worked in Japan for three years teaching English to adults, as well as to students in a junior high school. Upon his return to Adelaide in 2003, Simon commenced teaching in Eynesbury’s Foundation Studies Program (FSP) and has held the position of Program Coordinator since 2010. With more than 25 years teaching experience, Simon thoroughly enjoys the interaction with the diverse cultural backgrounds of the FSP students in assisting them achieving their personal and academic goals. Being responsible for all aspects related to the FSP program, Simon understands and responds to the individual needs of second language learners in their foundation year.

Additional information

Timetable

Classes run between 9am and 5.30pm on weekdays (Adelaide time zone, ACST). You can expect between 4-6 hours of private study per module, per week.

Entry requirements

Direct entry into Flinders University

Progression requirements

Progression to Flinders University requires students to achieve a specified score out of 500 points. Find out the admission requirements into your chosen degree.

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