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Degree course

BA Ed.

Requirement for entry

Year 12: Units 3 and 4 - a study score of at least 25 in English (ESL) or 20 in any other English
AND completion of Units 1 and 2 - two units of general mathematics or mathematical methods
(CAS).

International: International students from non-English speaking countries are required to
demonstrate a minimum IELTS of 6.5. Those students whose IELTS score is below 7.0 will be
required to satisfactorily complete AEB1100 Literacy and Language and demonstrate an IELTS
score of 7.0.

Mature: Applicants who do not meet the normal admission requirements but who possess
appropriate educational qualifications, work or life experiences which would enable them to
successfully undertake the course, will be considered for admission.

Applicants without satisfactory VCE mathematics study will be required to demonstrate
competence in mathematics, and may be required to complete additional mathematics study.
Applicants who do not meet the normal admission requirements but who possess appropriate
educational qualifications, work or life experiences which would enable them to successfully
undertake the course, will be considered for admission. Applicants who have completed at least
two years full-time higher education study including successful completion of eight units of
study in two Discipline Specialisations of the B.Ed. (P-12) (two sub-major sequences) as defined
by the Victorian Institute of Teaching Specialist Area Guidelines are eligible for admission to
the Accelerated Program within the B. Ed. (P-12).




Cost
24,400 for the 4 years

The fees you pay as a Vocational Education/TAFE student depend on a number of factors,
including:
your citizenship status
when you commence the course
your age
your prior qualifications
the units and course that you enrol in


Duration
4 years

Structure
A four year professional degree of full time study.

Assessment
Examination
In-term works
Test


Graduation Procedures
Graduation is a formal event, and an important part of recognising your academic progress. A
public acknowledgement of your achievement, you will be surrounded and supported by fellow
graduates, friends, family and the VU community.

To receive your award (certificate), you must apply to graduate by the due date. If you complete
your course in Semester 2, the due date is 6 January the following year. If you complete your
course in Semester 1, the due date is 1 July that year. After you apply to graduate, you will
receive the following information approximately six weeks before the graduation ceremonies:
information of your eligibility to graduate a Graduation attendance form, and other relevant
information. If you do not return the Graduation attendance form, the award will be held at the
University until you contact us.