CELUSA (Centre for English Language in the University of South Australia)
The Centre for English Language in the University of South Australia (CELUSA) has been helping students improve their English for more than 20 years. CELUSA specialises in providing high quality English language preparation programs for international undergraduate and postgraduate students. CELUSA students continue on to study at UniSA, SAIBT, Le Cordon Bleu and other Australian education institutions.
ELICOS English Language Programs: General English (GE), Academic English (AE), Mixed Option, IELTS preparation
International student services:
CELUSA students enjoy a range of on-campus services and facilities including; a library, cafeteria, student bookshop, gymnasium, ATM, prayer rooms, sporting and recreation facilities as well as a new, centrally located outdoor plaza, providing the ideal spot to relax with friends over lunch.
CELUSA have dedicated accommodation staff who advise and assist students in arranging suitable accommodation during their stay in Adelaide. Accommodation options available include: homestay, international student residence, as well as student rental apartments.
Airport pickup is a complimentary feature of the accommodation service.
Orientation is designed to provide students with valuable information and assistance to help make an effective and efficient transition to study at CELUSA. What happens at orientation? - Obtain program information - Learn systems for successful study - Obtain your student ID card - Apply for your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card - Be introduced to a range of CELUSA services and facilities - Purchase textbooks (if applicable) - Tour the campus and library - Meet CELUSA staff
Student Name: Aiwen (Winly) Mao Country: Hong Kong School: UWA Centre for English Language Teaching Course: Academic English and Study Skills Bridging Course Dates of Study: 14th July to 16th December 2005
Begin Your Journey at UWA’s Centre for English Language Teaching (UWA CELT)
“It is always a richly rewarding experience when I recall my days at UWA CELT. Throughout the study of the Bridging Course, not only have I improved English language skills, but survival skills for individual ongoing academic studies at MBA as well. We are simultaneously exposed to a cross-cultural learning context in which we learn how to value distinctive cultural norms and attitudes in a manner of dynamic interaction with each other that comes from different cultural dimensions. Today, as a prospective graduand at UWA, I believe that the studies at the UWA CELT enriched my clarity and facilitated my success in self-fulfillment.”
Student Name: Kurniawati Nikmah Country: Jalxarea-Timor, Indonesia School: UWA Centre for English Language Teaching Course: General English and Cambridge Examination Preparation Dates of Study: 17th July 2006 to 13th July 2007
Why I love UWA’s Centre for English Language Teaching (UWA CELT)
“As you know English is the International language of the world. So it is very important to have English language skills. Everyday at UWA CELT is always a richly rewarding experience. It’s fantastic! I have had so much fun studying here. The teachers are very friendly and I have met a lot of people from many different countries with new cultures and languages as well.
You can imagine how amazing it is. We don’t just study English in class but we also have to practice with each other all day because we can not understand each other without English.
I think that since I’ve been here, I haven’t just improved my English language skills, I’ve made a lot of friends from different countries and I have learnt a lot of about their cultures as well.” I think that since I’ve been here, I haven’t just improved my English language skills, I’ve made a lot of friends
Student Name: Mochamad Saiful Ardi Country: Indonesia School: UWA Centre for English Language Teaching Course: General English Dates of Study: 8th January to 9th February 2007
Studying at UWA’s Centre for English Language Teaching (UWA CELT)
“During my study at UWA CELT, I felt that I always learning something new. At UWA CELT I was not just learning English but I was also leaning about Australian culture. There were a lot of new information and explanations that I had never learnt before. I have really enjoyed studying at UWA CELT. After studying at CELT I feel it has helped me to plan my future.”