Validez une Licence en un an en Australie, Nouvelle-Zélande ou à Singapour après un BTS ou un DUT

Témoignage de Lucien (James Cook University Cairns) : cours d’anglais

Lucien est parti suivre 10 semaines de cours d’anglais dans le centre de langue de James Cook University, à Cairns. Avec des classes de 5 à 10 élèves seulement et une grosse charge de travail personnel, cette formation demande une grande implication de la part des étudiants. Ce programme est donc conseillé aux personnes assez matures qui souhaiteraient une formation intensive en anglais et progresser très rapidement. Lucien nous livre ses impressions en direct de Cairns, une ville tropicale idéale pour ceux qui souhaitent un dépaysement total !

Vos options d’études à l’étranger post BTS et DUT

Vous avez un BTS ou un DUT et souhaitez poursuivre vos études à l’étranger ?

L’Australie, la Nouvelle-Zélande et Singapour font partie des seuls pays au monde à vous permettre d’intégrer directement une troisième année de Bachelor et donc de valider une Licence reconnue dans le monde entier en une année seulement !

De nombreux BTS et DUT sont concernés par cet accord :

BTS

DUT

Assistant de gestion PME-PMI

Génie Mécanique et Productique

Assistant Manager

Gestion Administrative et Commerciale des Organisations

Banque

Gestion des Entreprises et des Administrations

Commerce International

Gestion Logistique et Transport

Communication

Information et Communication

Comptabilité et Gestion des Organisations

Informatique

Design

Métiers du Multimédia et Internet

Diététique

Qualité, Logistique Industrielle et Organisation

Hôtellerie-Restauration

Réseaux et Télécommunications

Logistique

Statistiques et Informatique décisionnelle

Management des Unités Commerciales

Techniques de Commercialisation

Négociation et Relation Client

 

Services Informatiques

 

Professions Immobilières

 

Technico Commercial

 

Tourisme

 

  • Dans quelles universités ?

En Australie : James Cook University, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australian Catholic University, Southern Cross University et Griffith University

En Nouvelle-Zélande : Lincoln University, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology et Otago Polytechnic

A Singapour : James Cook University et Curtin University

Plus d’infos sur notre rubrique consacrée à vos options d’études post BTS et DUT : Cliquez ICI.

Pour postuler pour la rentrée de juillet ou février, contactez-nous vite !!

Témoignage de Tracey (James Cook University) : Master of Protected Area Management

Témoignage de Tracey, en Master of Protected Area Management à James Cook University Cairns et Townsville :

My name is Tracey Page-Jones, I am from Brittany, in France and I will soon be graduating from a Masters of Protected Areas Management.

I have been studying at James Cook University in Far North Queensland for the past year and a half and have experienced the most amazing adventures. Three years ago, I finished my Bachelor in Information-Communication back in France and had absolutely no idea of what I wanted to do. As many young people, my partner and I took a gap year and decided to experience the Aussie way of life. We came up to Cairns, in Far North Queensland for a week, and fell in love with the area. I remember driving pass James Cook University and thinking « This is the perfect place to study! ». This university seemed so small, hidden between the rain forest and the mountains, there was a big blue sky that day, people were leaving the Uni with a pile of books in their arms, colorful birds were flying all over the place, it looked so peaceful and inspiring! I checked James Cook University’s courses online and I came across this Masters of Protected Areas Management. Ever since I was a child, I have been so passionate about nature, but I had never thought that one day I would be able to study in such a beautiful little university right in the middle of two World Heritage sites: The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and the Great Barrier Reef.

Francaustralia has been a big help and support for us, they have followed us in each step of my enrolment at James Cook University, and it was always a big relief to know that there was someone from your country, here in Brisbane, to help you and just be there for you.

As I told many people, it is an investment to study in Australia, but I like to see it also as a personal enriching investment. I have learnt so much, went on incredible field trips on the Great Barrier Reef, in the bush, went camping next to stunning waterfalls, went bird watching, wildlife night spotting, I’ve had all different sorts of adventures, adventures that I used to read about in books before. And one day, all of this came true! But most importantly, I had the precious opportunity to meet extremely knowledgeable lecturers, students from all around the world, from countries I hardly knew anything about. I built so many wonderful friendships, my friends here became a family, a family to spend Christmas with, a family that would support me, that would broaden my horizons, and teach me so many things about their cultures. And thanks to all those incredible adventures and people, I became a better person. It is a very big decision to make to study on the other side of the world, but at the same time it is an experience I would have never wanted to miss, and I would recommend it to anyone unsure of what they want to do –  take a deep breath and just do it!