> Chi-Ya Huang: from Taiwan, 2005
       > Sharon Song: from China 2010
       > Jia Mei: from China 2001
       > Li Fang: from China 2007
       > Wei Yan Chong: from China, 2007
       > Gan Yi: from China, 2008
       > Flora Yin: from China 2009
       > Chia-Chi Lin: from Taiwan 2006
       > Yu-Wen Liao: From Taiwan, 2009
       > Brian Nguyen: from Vietnam 2009
       > Lu LIU: from China, 2009
       > Sara Lai: from Taiwan 2006
       > Victor LIN: from China 2011
       > Ling Xiao Zhou: from China 2011
       > Fei Wang, from China, 2014
       > Lu Shi: from China 2011
       > Shirley Zhang: from China 2012
       > Yu Yu Liang: from China, 2010
       > Ye Chun: from China 2011
       > He Yi Xuan: from China 2012
       > Fei Wang, from China, 2014
   > Pohan Sung: from Taiwan 1989
   > Wei Zhou Jin: from China 1993
   > Vu Hai Nguyen and Hanna Nguyen
   > Andy Tsui: from Hong Kong 1996
   > Jia Ning Chen, Jia Xiang Chen
   > Wojciech Drazkowski: from Pola
   > Ida Tomoe: ACIC from Japan 199
       > Jeffrey Jian Fei Wu: from China, 2009

   17th December 2018

Christmas Opening Hours

ACIC's head office will be open throughout the Christmas season except for the official  public holidays. The public holidays are as follows:

Tuesday 25th: Closed


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   1st December 2018

UNSW visiting ACIC Taiwan

Representatives from both UNSW and UNSW Global will be visiting ACIC Taiwan on 3rd December.

UNSW is part of G08 universities and UNSW Global offers...

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   12th December 2018

ACIC - Monash University's Agent of the Year

In a recent award ceremony, ACIC has been awarded Monash University's 2018 Agent of the Year. This is the second year in a row that ACIC has received the top...

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Ida Tomoe  from Japan, ACIC student, 1995

The Dream
To study at UTS, one of Australias most famous universities

The Challenge
Ida had already studied English for eight months at a language centre when she came to ACICs Sydney office in 1995. She wanted to study a Bachelor of Business at UTS, but her existing academic qualifications and English results did not meet the UTS entry requirements.

The Process
When we designed the pathway for Ida, we took the fact that she had already studied English for eight months into consideration. Although she could continue the English course to improve her English level, it would not enhance her academic qualifications. We aimed to improve her language and academic skills at the same time. We arranged for her to study a Diploma of Business course at one of the best business colleges in Sydney whose English and academic teaching standards would be recognised by universities.

1995 Enrolled at a business college, Diploma of Business, Marketing  (1 year)
1996 Enrolled at a university, Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing
1997 Transferred to UTS,  second year Bachelor of Business, Marketing
1999 Graduated from UTS, Bachelor of Business
2000 Graduated from UTS, MBA

The Outcome
With Bachelor of Business and MBA degrees from one of Australias leading universities, Ida is now working at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Japan.

The comment from the student
When I first came to ACIC, I wasn't able to get into the university I wanted, and I wasnt sure which school would be suitable for me. ACIC offered me valuable advice, helped me with all my applications, and most importantly, got me into the university I wanted. Now I am working for PWC in Japan and applying the knowledge and experience I had gained during my time in Sydney. I am really satisfied with all I have accomplished. My study plan would not have worked as smoothly or been as rewarding without ACIC. The quality of information ACIC gave me, their strong relationships with the universities, and their high creditability in the industry helped me considerably. I strongly believe that ACIC has played an important part in my success and would like to thank them very much for their ongoing support.

Ida Tomoe

Following Ida's success, her sister also applied through ACIC to study in Australia.