Australian Matriculation Programme
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Australian Matriculation Programme (AUSMAT)

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The Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) is an internationally recognised pre-university programme.

The School Curriculum and Standards Authority of Western Australia, on behalf of the Government of Western Australia, oversees the quality implementation of the AUSMAT Programme

  • Year 12 Curriculum of Western Australia
  • Prepares students for the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE)
  • Global recognition and widely accepted by universities in Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Canada, Russia, Germany, Singapore and private universities and university colleges in Malaysia
  • Focuses on individual’s holistic development through effective teaching and continuous assessments
  • Flexible combination of diverse subjects: Science, Mathematics, Psychology, Business Management, etc.
  • Assessment: 50% School-Based, 50% Examination

 

 

KPT/JPS (KR8757/A8757) 04/13

Intakes

January, March & Sept

Duration

10 months / 8 months

Entry requirements

Minimum five (5) credits in SPM, O-Level or equivalent. Conditional offers will be made to students with forecast results.

Structure

The AUSMAT programme is delivered over two semesters.

Examinations

First week of November