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Torrens University is a private university in Australia that also holds vocational registration. In 2012, it was established. In the World 2024 rankings, Torrens University Australia ranked 40 in Australia and 7434th overall. Regarding the overall educational experience quality, Torrens University is ranked seventh in the country. Built on the shoulders of giants, Torrens University is Australia’s top international university. This esteemed industry-focused universities have a long history and have helped thousands establish prosperous careers with only a 39% acceptance rate.

Torrens University Australia

Entry Requirements undergraduate

Year 12 (Australian secondary school certificate) or equivalent.
OR
Successful completion of a Vocational qualification (AQF Level 4 or above) or a Higher Education qualification.

 International Baccalaureate: minimum of 30 points

A-levels: AAA–AAB

Postgraduate

A bachelor’s degree from Australia or its equivalent and a minimum of two years in the workforce are required.

English Language Requirements undergraduate and postgraduate

IELTS: 5.5 in all areas.
TOEFL: 60, with at least 18 in writing
Pearson Test of English (PTE):
50 with 42 in all areas

Torrens University Australia fees

Business Degree:  26,760 AUD/Year
Engineering Degree: 32,733 AUD/Year
Health Sciences 25,600 AUD/Year
Nursing: 31,312 AUD/Year
Science Degree: 32,733 AUD/Year

Business Degree:  30,360 AUD/Year
Engineering Degree:  34,768 AUD/Year
Education 24,282 AUD/Year
Health Sciences 26,000 AUD/Year
Engineering Management: 30,360 AUD/Year
project management: 26,000 AUD/Year
M Business Analytics: 30,360 AUD/Year
MBA: 30,360 AUD/Year
Public health: 26,960 AUD/Year

Torrens University Australia Scholarship undergraduate and postgraduate

Business Merit Scholarship

Value: 25% of your total tuition costs

You may be eligible for a Business Merit Scholarship based on your prior academic performance. These scholarships are offered to new overseas students who apply to study with us and cover 25% of the total course cost.

Eligibility criteria

International undergraduate and graduate students must maintain a full-time study load of one EFTSL every twelve months to keep their scholarship. The grant is only available for first-attempt subjects and tuition expenses. For retake subjects who have previously failed, the entire cost is levied. Throughout the study, the scholarship might not be eligible for course changes. Applications for undergraduate programs must show both an IELTS score of 6.5 or above and a high school credit average. A credit average in their previous degree and an overall IELTS score of 7.0 or above are prerequisites for postgraduate study.

Here to Educate

Value: 20% of your total tuition costs

Let’s say you are a brand-new overseas student looking to take any of our postgraduate education courses to broaden your skill set. If so, you can apply for a scholarship that will pay for 20% of the entire cost of your courses.

Eligibility criteria

International undergraduate and graduate students must maintain a full-time study load of one EFTSL every twelve months to keep their scholarship. Scholarships are only available for tuition fees for first-try subjects. Retake subjects are fully charged if they have previously failed. Scholarship recipients might need help to switch courses while enrolled in classes.

New Alternate Pathway Scholarship

Value: 35% of your total tuition costs

This scholarship offers 35% off your tuition if you are a new international student starting onshore in Trimester 2 or Trimester 2B 2023.

Eligibility criteria

Unless a release from your current registered provider is obtained, or you may be in the process of applying for an onshore Student Visa in Australia, you may be eligible as an international student if you have completed an onshore English language program, Australian Year 12, a vocational program, or six months of higher education study in Australia. International undergraduate and graduate students must maintain a full-time study load of one EFTSL every twelve months to keep their scholarship. Scholarships are only available for first-time applicants and tuition fees. Retake subjects are fully charged if they have previously failed. Scholarship recipients might need help to switch courses while enrolled in classes.

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