Did you know that some AITT qualifications can be used towards entrance into an Australian University to study a for a bachelor’s degree? In most cases you can even get credit transfers – saving you both time and course fees!
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Bridging Courses vs Foundation Courses
Bridging courses help both local and international students get entry into an undergraduate program if they do not meet entry requirements.
Foundation courses are like bridging courses and sometimes the terms are used interchangeably. Foundation courses tend to be longer than bridging courses – taking usually at least one year to complete. Foundation courses are designed to appeal to international students by allowing a certain level of acclimatisation to the Australian student lifestyle. Most colleges offer remote learning pathway for bridging and foundation courses.
Both bridging and foundation courses are designed to lead students into further studies, and it is possible to choose subjects that are relevant to the Bachelor degree program of interest. Most bridging and foundation courses lead to specific courses from only specific universities so it is important to choose the right one.