13 June 2017
Australian education experts Mr. Jason Price, Ex Senior Visa Officer, Australian High Commission, Professor Michael Clements, Chief Academic Officer at Australian Technical & Management College (ATMC) and Prof G Bajwa, Director, International Operations, Abroad Unified Pathway Programme (AUPP) formally unveiled the unique AUPP system in tricity. AUPP is set to make an Australian education easier to pursue for aspirants. The programme has been initiated in collaboration with Navigators Overseas Solutions, whose Director Mrs Veena Goel was also present. The unveiling of AUPP was announced during a press meet. This was followed by a Students’ Seminar on AUPP conducted by the Experts.
It is noteworthy that AUPP is one of the most promising credit transfer programmes & has been exclusively designed for International aspirants, who wish to pursue reputed Australian Bachelor qualification.
“Students eligible for the programme will study for a 1-year Australian Diploma in India where they will undergo the Australian study regime following a specific module for day-to-day routine. The Credits gained here will be transferred to the relevant programme in Australia where the student will then move to pursue the course. The India part of the programme will be delivered at Navigators Overseas Solutions, Sec 35, Chandigarh” Said Professor Michael Clements, Chief Academic Officer at Australian Technical & Management College (ATMC)
“I am happy that we have been declared as the designated AUPP Audited Centre. The word audit is used as the specified centres are audited constantly by AUPP Australia & its partner college, ATMC for quality education, marketing activities, support services, assessment strategies, teaching standards (including teachers) and resources required.” Said Mrs Veena Goel, Director, Navigators Overseas Solutions.
This programme is specially designed for the aspirants who have passed their +2 in 2017 with flying colours. It’s a Credit Transfer Programme before admission to the University of the Sunshine Coast at ATMC’s Sydney/Melbourne campus for completing the relevant undergraduate degrees.
“This one year program would change your personality & help students with solid competence. AUPP’s programmes have been designed in colligation with Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC) & impart the ATMC’s curriculums with license.” Said Mr. Prof G Bajwa, Director, International Operations, AUPP.
This pathway programme offers courses in Advanced Computing and Advanced Business Management.”The biggest advantage is that students get post study work visa of 2 years after the successful completion of this programme.” Said Mr Jason Price, Ex Senior Visa Officer, Australian High Commission.
There is of course a saving in terms of funds as one year of programme is completed in India itself. So if there are any plans to study in Australia, you know, it no longer is just a pipe-dream.