Eynesbury Foundation Studies Program (Australian)

Australian students offered a place in the Eynesbury Foundation Studies Program (FSP) are given a conditional offer of admission to their preferred Bachelor degree at the University of Adelaide, subject to achieving a pre-determined entry score. To be admitted to the FSP, students must be 18 years of age as at 1 February of the year of their enrolment in the FSP.
(CRICOS Codes: 074931M, 074933J)



January, April or October


Core Courses

  • English: Media and Communication Studies (four hours per week, 100 points)
  • International Studies (two hours per week- half course, 50 points)
  • Clear Thinking and Logic (two hours per week - half course, 50 points)

Assessment is based on work completed throughout the year and on a series of final examinations held at the end of the program. Each of the four full courses are marked out of 100 points and each of the two half load courses are marked out of 50 points. An aggregate score of 500 points is calculated.


  • Accounting
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Politics*
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics (subject to quota)
  • Environmental Studies
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Language and Communication
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Modern History*
  • Design Studies#

*January intake only

#A$50 materials fee applies to Design Studies.

Entry into the 1st year of Bachelor

Eynesbury College now offers Australian students an alternative, assured pathway into the University of Adelaide's bachelor degrees.

For a full list of bachelor degrees available at The University of Adelaide, please visit

FSP students are guaranteed places in to degree programs, subject to achieving the predetermined FSP score, meeting any prerequisites and other additional selection criteria. Please refer to for further information.

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