IB REVISION COURSES IN MELBOURNE
Intensive revision courses with expert IB teachers and examiners running from 29 June to 8 July 2020. For students about to take their final IB exams in November 2020.
- 17.5 hours of teaching per subject per 2.5 day course
- Small classes
- Pre-course questionnaires that identify students' needs
- Set and reviewed homework for private study outside class
- Class notes available via online resource centre
- On-course support staff
Our teachers and examiners come from top IB schools around the world and are specialists in revision. They use their expertise to teach students how to cut through the tricky subject areas, make important connections across the syllabus and approach the exam in order to maximise marks.
Taking a class in Queen’s College provides a distraction-free and inspiring learning environment. The small classes enable teachers to get to know individual students and their specific needs, allowing personalised feedback to all students to help them continue with their revision.
Students are amazed at how much they achieve during their course. They leave with an improved understanding of both the subject and what the examiners are looking for, feeling more confident in achieving their target grade.
Our students often comment on how helpful it is to revise with students from different IB schools. With everyone being “in the same boat” there is a supportive and collaborative feel in the classroom that allows students to ask questions or voice any concerns they may have.
Fees per course:
- AU$ 990 incl accommodation
- AU$ 750 excl accommodation
- AU$ 100 deposit to secure a place
- AU$ 100 cancellation fee
- AU$100 per extra night at either end of your stay
You have 14 days to cancel a booking and receive a refund, full policy available here.
REVISION COURSE SCHEDULE
Courses 1, 3 - Registration: 07.30 - 08.15. Finish time: 12.30
Courses 2, 4 - Registration: 12.30 - 13.15. Finish time: 17.00
Students register only once upon arrival at the first course. Students can take up to 4 consecutive courses and there is no overlap in teaching between each course.
|June / July||29 - 1||1 - 3||4 - 6||6 - 8|
|Biology HLBio HL|
|Biology SLBio SL|
|Business Management HL/SLBus H/S|
|Chemistry HLChem HL|
|Chemistry SLChem SL|
|Economics HLEcon HL|
|English A: Language & Literature HL/SLEng A LL H/S|
|English A: Literature HL/SLEng A Lit H/S|
|French B HL/SLFre B HL/SL|
|Geography HL/SLGeog H/S|
|History HL/SLHist HL/SL|
|Mathematical Studies SLMath Stud|
|Mathematics HLMaths HL|
|Mathematics SLMaths SL|
|Physics HLPhys HL|
|Physics SLPhys SL|
|Psychology HL/SLPsyc HL/SL|
|Spanish Ab Initio SLSpan ab|
Priority is given to the core syllabus – options are covered as time allows.
If the dates and/or courses are full call us on +44 (0) 1865 512802.
If you have any special requirements due to health or mobility issues, let us know and we will help. We can organise ground floor rooms, help with getting around, medical support, etc.
Address: Queen's College, 1-17 College Crescent, Parkville, VIC 3052.
TRAVELLING TO QUEEN'S COLLEGE
From the airport, taxis and public transport are available. The Skybus leaves from outside the main arrival hall to the Southern Cross Station in the city centre.
From the city centre take a taxi, catch a train to Flinders Street Station (the next stop from Southern Cross) or take the trams 3, 3a, 5 or 6 to the University of Melbourne terminal.
We recommend that all students take advice from the Australian Embassy or Consulate in their country on whether a visa is required to enter. Visa support letters can be provided if required.
OUR AUSTRALIAN LOCATIONS
OSC enjoys a very positive relationship with Queen's College. However, OSC is an independent company separate from the College. OSC contracts with the College for the use of facilities, but has no formal connection with Queen's College.