The OET preparation course is a full time (20 hours per week) program which aims to prepare students to take the Occupational English Test. It focuses on giving students a clear understanding of the OET and its requirements while improving the four macro skills of reading, listening, writing and speaking. The course is organised around a series of workshops and mock tests to give students practice in the skills required to perform satisfactorily in the test.
Students will develop
- Confidence and fluency in communication.
- The ability to quickly and accurately communicate in a clinical context.
- The ability to meet the language requirements for writing profession-specific documents.
- Listening skills to cope with a range of situations within a health profession context.
- The skills needed to quickly read and comprehend complex articles.
Brisbane: 2 weeks full-time.
Melbourne: 5 weeks part-time; 6 weeks part-time.
Sydney: 4 weeks part-time; 6 weeks part-time.
Start dates and campus availability
Brisbane (McAuley at Banyo), Qld
Melbourne (St Patrick's campus), Vic
Sydney (North Sydney), NSW
To Be Advised
|Start Date||Duration||Time of Classes|
|27 May, 2019||6 weeks||Tuesday and Thursday 8:30am - 12:45pm|
|17 June, 2019||6 weeks||Monday and Wednesday 8:30am - 12:45pm|
To Be Advised
Deferment, credit points & course units
Important Note on Fees
Essential requirements for admission
Applying for admission
Domestic and International Students: Apply to Brisbane, Melbourne or North Sydney campus as indicated on the OET Application Form.
English language requirements
Minimum IELTS 6.5 or equivalent, or completion of at least 2 years in a degree in the Health Sciences.
More course information
This course is designed to assist participants in their preparation for the Occupational English Test. Classes are held on the university campus and will provide participants with the skills, strategies and practice required for the test environment.
You can take this course to prepare for an Occupational English Test (OET). An OET score may be required for professional registration in a health profession.