English for Academic Purposes Stream - Dueli

Non-award

Meet the English language requirements for Deakin's courses by completing an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) direct entry pathway at DUELI.

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Key facts

English language requirements

  • EAP 1 - 4.5
  • EAP 2 - 5.0
  • EAP 3 - 5.5
  • EAP 4 - 6.0

Duration

5-20 weeks

(Each EAP program is 5 weeks long)

Current Deakin Students

To access your official course details for the year you started your degree, please visit the handbook

Course information

Students can meet the English language requirements of Deakin undergraduate and postgraduate courses by successfully completing an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) direct entry pathway at DUELI.

DUELI offers 4 levels of EAP (Intermediate to Advanced) to help you to enter and award course at Deakin University and a Foundation or  Diploma program at Deakin College.

 

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Course structure

EAP 1:

Provides the first step for meeting the English language requirements of Deakin University. To move from EAP 1 to EAP 2, you must obtain a final assessment result of 60 per cent or higher.

 

EAP 2:

Provides the second step for meeting the English language requirements of Deakin University. Students who successfully complete the EAP 2 program meet the English language requirements for Deakin College diploma programs. To move from EAP 2 to EAP 3, you must obtain a final assessment result of 60 per cent or higher.

 

EAP 3 (for Undergraduate and Study Abroad Students):

Students who successfully complete the EAP 3 program will have met the English language requirements for undergraduate and study abroad study at Deakin University. To successfully complete the EAP 3 program you must get a final course result of 60 per cent or higher.  To progress from EAP 3 to EAP 4, you also must obtain a final assessment result of 60 per cent or higher.

 

EAP 4 (for Postgraduate Students):

Students who successfully complete the EAP 4 course will have met the English language requirements for postgraduate study at Deakin University. To successfully complete the EAP 4 program you must get a final course result of 60 per cent or higher.

Key information

Deakin code
X067A
CRICOS code?
028769J

Campuses by intake

2019 INTAKE DATES

INTAKE ORIENTATION START DATE     END DATE     
1 4 January 7 January 8 February
2 7 February 11 February 15 March
3 14 March 18 March 18 April
4 26 April 29 April 31 May
5 30 May 3 June 5 July
6 11 July 15 July 16 August
7 15 August 19 August 20 September
8 26 September 30 September 1 November
9 7 November 11 November 13 December

 

2020 INTAKE DATES

INTAKE ORIENTATION START DATE     END DATE     
1 9 January 13 January 14 February
2 13 February 17 February 20 March
3 19 March 23 March 24 April
4 23 April 28 April 29 May
5 28 May 1 June 3 July
6 9 July 13 July 14 August
7 13 August 17 August 18 September
8 24 September 28 September 30 October
9 5 November 9 November 11 December

 

2021 INTAKE DATES

INTAKE ORIENTATION START DATE     END DATE     
1 7 January 11 January 12 February
2 11 February 15 February 19 March
3 18 March 22 March 23 April
4 22 April 27 April 28 May
5 27 May 31 May 2 July
6 8 July 12 July 13 August
7 12 August 16 August 17 September
8 23 September 27 September 29 October
9 4 November 8 November 10 December

 

 

Entry requirements

Entry information

EAP 1 - 4.5

EAP 2 - 5.0 or EAP 1 with a score of 60%

EAP 3 - 5.5 or EAP 2 with a score of 60%

EAP 4 - 6.0 or EAP 3 with a score of 60%

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How to apply

Deakin University English Language Institute

We recommend that you lodge your application as soon as possible, as places at DUELI are limited. To apply, please download the DUELI Application form. Once you have complete the application form, please scan or post it to:

Deakin University English Language Institute
Melbourne Burwood Campus
Building LA, Entrance 3
70 Elgar Road
Burwood VIC 3125
Australia

Tel +61 3 9244 5095
Fax +61 3 9244 5094

PDF Application form - 334 KB

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