Taylors College and the University of Sydney will continue for another 10 years with the signing of a new contract for the delivery of the University of Sydney Foundation Program (USFP), and the High Achievers Preparation Program (HAPP).
The partnership with the University started in 1997 and has grown strongly year on year with over 13,000 students completing USFP and progressing on to study their Bachelor degree. During this time the Taylors College team has worked tirelessly to support international students in their goal to complete the pathway and progress forward to Australia’s first and most prestigious university.
The success of the program is reinforced with a 93%* progression rate, illustrating the excellent performance of students and their commitment to starting their university journey.
Professor Tyrone Carlin, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Registrar) at the University of Sydney said;
“The continuation of this partnership reinforces the success of this program and commitment of both parties to a fruitful relationship.”
Likewise, Warren Jacobson, the Study Group Managing Director for Development ANZ, agreed that the signing of this new 10-year agreement speaks volumes about the success of program and strength of the partnership.
“We are excited to announce our continued partnership with the University of Sydney and look forward to another decade of delivering the USFP program. At Taylors College, our students are taught the skills they need to be successful at university and also offered the support they need as they settle into life in Australia.
Many of our students go on to be very successful at university, in their careers and beyond. This is made possible by our commitment to delivering quality education and our relationship with the University of Sydney.”
Taylors College is proud to be the Foundation pathway provider for the University of Sydney, providing students with the opportunity to achieve their aspirations through a program designed to support them in their pursuit of an Undergraduate degree at one of the world’s leading universities.
*In the year 2016