This course is accredited by the University in accordance with the Higher Education Standards.
About the Course
If you are a good communicator, love having fun with children and are passionate about sharing a love of learning - then this is the course for you! As a secondary school teacher, you are responsible for educating and guiding students as they prepare for the real world.
This course focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to teach in high schools in line with the Australian National Curriculum. It meets both the national and local need for teachers committed to improving educational outcomes for all children and young adults. It emphasizes:
The school curriculum
Contemporary approaches to issues in education such as inclusivity
Child and adolescent development
Promoting positive behavior
Improving the teaching-learning relationship in the classroom
Raising awareness of issues surrounding indigenous education and developing an informed, evidence-based approach to learning and teaching in secondary school settings.
You will have a choice to specialize in a variety of secondary teaching areas including:
Health and physical education
Indigenous knowledgeâ€™s etc
The coursework is a mixture of discipline-specific curriculum and pedagogical studies, general education studies and professional experience.
A candidate must successfully complete units totaling 320 credit points (cp), including 2 common units, 10 core units, and 18 specialist electives units.
Within the specialist electives, students select a first teaching area (major) (totaling 110 credit points - with exception of Health and Physical Education) and second teaching area (minor) (totaling 60 credit points) from the following areas:
Biology; Chemistry; Chinese; English; Environmental Science; Geography; Greek; Health and Physical Education; History; Indigenous Knowledge; Indigenous Languages; Indonesian; Information Technology; Legal Studies; Mathematics; Music; or Visual Arts.
The minimum academic entry requirements for admissions to undergraduate degree is the completion of a qualification deemed equivalent to Australian Year 12 by the University's qualification assessment references. Applicants may also be required to satisfy specific course requirements such as a minimum overall grade score or prerequisite knowledge.
IELTS Academic Module - A minimum overall score of 6.0 with no band less than 6.0; Australian Technology and Management College (ATMC) - Successful completion of English for Academic Purposes (EAP). Students will be required to sit an exit test on completion and achieve a score equivalent to IELTS overall 6.0; Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) - A minimum overall score of 169 with no skill below 169; Common European Framework Certificate of English Proficiency - A minimum overall grade of B2; Navitas Academic English - A minimum overall pass and 55% in Academic English; Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic module - A minimum overall score of 50 with no score lower than 50; TOEFL Internet based Test (iBT) - A minimum overall score of 60 and a minimum writing score of 21.
For more details, please visit university site.
|Location||Darwin, Northern Territory|
|Number of campuses||5|
|Annual Endowment||301 Million AUD|
|Mode of program||On campus/ Online/ Full time/ Part time|
|Program||Tuition Fee per year|
|Bachelor’s degree||25,328 – 33,480 AUD|
|Master’s degree||28,104 - 34,680 AUD|
|Undergraduate associate degree||29,616 – 33,480 AUD|
|Undergraduate diploma||26,968 – 29,616 AUD|
|Graduate associate degree||25,328 – 28,104 AUD|
|Graduate diploma||32760 AUD|
|Expense||Cost in Darwin (per week)||Cost in Sydney (per week)|
|Food and groceries||80-280 AUD||80-280 AUD|
|Gas and electricity||35-140 AUD||35-140 AUD|
|Phone and Internet||20-55 AUD||20-55 AUD|
|Transportation||7 AUD||30-55 AUD|
|Car (if owned by students)||150-260 AUD||150-260 AUD|
|Entertainment expenses||80-150 AUD||80-150 AUD|
|Accommodation expenses||175-227.50 AUD||283-750 AUD|
To apply for admission to Charles Darwin University, international students must fulfill minimum eligibility criteria and submit proof of English language proficiency. The University provides International Pathway programs for students who do not meet the minimum language requirements.
The process for international student admission to Charles Darwin University has been described below:
Application portal: Online Application or apply through an agent
Application fee: Not required
Admission Requirements: The following documents must be submitted along with the application for admission:
|Exam||Minimum Requirements for undergraduates||Minimum Requirements for graduates|
|IELTS||Overall 6.0, no band less than 6.0||Overall 6.5, no band less than 6.0|
|TOEFL - IBT||Overall 60, writing score 21||Overall 79, writing score 21|
|Tuition Fees in Australia (1st Year Average)||BE/Btech: AUD 29109 | MBA: AUD 35139 | MS: AUD 36803 | BBA: AUD 28693 | MEng: AUD 39298 | BSc: AUD 34307 | MIM: AUD 39298 | MFin: AUD 35347 | MArch: AUD 37218 | BHM: AUD 28693 | MIS: AUD 35347 | MEM: AUD 43040|
|Average Accomodation & Food Costs in Australia||AUD 1680 Per Month Approx|
|Entrance Exams in Australia||TOEFL: 77 | IELTS: 6.5 | PTE: 57 | GRE: 300 | GMAT: 600|
|Work and Study in Australia||Permitted for 20 hours/week with a valid study permit.|
|Post Study Work Permit in Australia||2 Year after graduation depending on the course.|
|Cost of Student Visa in Australia||AUD 620|
|Student Visa in Australia||The subclasses for the visa were reduced to two from the eight for convenience. The two visa subclasses are Subclass 500 (for students) and Subclass 590 (For Student Guardian).|
|Intakes in Australia||There are Two Main Intakes in Australia: February and July.|
|Top Job Sectors in Australia||Health Care and Social Assiastance, Construction, Education, Manufacturing, Public Administration and Safety, Transport & Logistics, etc.|
|Economy in Australia||1.7% (2019e) 2.3% (2020e), 10th Largest in the World by Nominal|
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