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    Bachelor of the Built Environment (Architecture) (ABB001.1)

    At University of Canberra

    Level: Bachelor Degree
    Location:University of Canberra, 11 Kirinari Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2617, Australia
    Annual Fee:AUD $ 34,000.00
    Duration: 3 years (156 Weeks)
    Start Date: 01 August 2022, 06 February 2023, 31 July 2023
    Accreditation*:
    Regional Area*:
    Meet the Australian study requirement*:
    Meet Study in regional Australia*:
    Pathway to a 485 Visa*:2 Years
    Pathway to the second 485 Visa*:1 Years
    Admission Requirments:Year 12

    Overseas qualification

    Academic IELTS of or equivalent, with no band score below ; TOEFL iBT: Overall score of 60 with: R: 13; L: 12; S: 18; W: 21; Pearson Test of Academic English: 50 with no skill score below 50; Cambridge English Scale: 169 with no sub-score below 169: Occupational English Test: No grade lower than 'C' in any of the sub-tests.

    For limited time only, we offer:
    • FREE Student Visa Service
    • FREE EOI for subclass 189, 491 & 190 visas
    to students who enrol in a course through Delta Immigration.**


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    **This offer is subject to meeting the visa eligibility criteria and valid for one year after completing the course; other conditions may also apply. We don't represent University of Canberra; The information submitted by you regarding education matters may be referred to one of our business partners and will be processed entirely by a third party. Studying in Australia may or may not imporove the chances of getting Permanent Residency; A student may study in Australia, spend a lot of money but finally may have to leave Australia.









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