Cross-Institutional Studies

We offer cross-institutional study opportunities to students from other Australian universities, allowing subjects undertaken at Nan Tien Institute (NTI) to count towards your degree. 

 

Nan Tien Insitute - Cross Institutional Studies - Study Mindfulness

 

Why study at NTI? 

Experience a more mindful approach to education, including an innovative and serene study environment that's more like a community than a classroom:

  • 12 approved subjects that count as credits towards your university degree (eligible subjects listed below)

  • Each subject is completed in 5 weeks

  • Only 5 days on-campus (9am-5pm) + supported online study

  • Government-accredited subjects with highly qualified lecturers

  • Beautiful new South Coast Campus near Wollongong 

  • Available to both domestic and international students

  • FEE-HELP assistance is available for eligible domestic students

Subjects available
 
The subjects listed below are available to undergraduate students. Postgraduate students can apply to study any subject from our current online timetable.
 
HSW701 Mind-Body Wellness
Subject Outline
 
Lecture dates: 24 - 28 August 2020
Subject code: HSW701
Assessment details:
- 2 options (please refer to Subject Outline)
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700  
 
 
Lecture dates: 28 September - 2 October 2020
Subject code: ABS721
Assessment details:
- Class participation
- 300-word environmental reflection
- 1000-word fieldwork assignment
- 2000-word research paper
Fees:
Domestic students = $2000 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2400 
 
 
Subject dates: 6 Oct- 13 Dec 2020
Subject code: HSW716
Assessment details:
- 2 options (please refer to Subject Outline)
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700  
 

HSW702 Nutrition Through the Lifespan

 
Lecture dates: 27 - 31 July 2020
Subject code: HSW702
Assessment details:
- Short presentation
- Assignment 1500 words
- Research project 2000 words
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700 
 
 
Lecture dates: 16 - 20 November 2020
Subject code: HSW715
Assessment details:
- Discussion of case studies
- Reflective journal 1500 words
- Research project 2000 words
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700
 
 
Lecture dates: 5 - 9 April 2020 / 7 - 11 December 2020
Subject code: ABS702
Assessment details:
- Class participation
- 300-word summary of reflective journal
- 1000-word assignment
- 2000-word research paper
Fees:
Domestic students = $2000 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2400
 
 
Lecture dates: 15 - 16 August & 21 - 23 August 2020
Subject code: ABS704
Assessment details:
- Action memo proposal (500 words)
- Critical literature review (500 words)
- Action memo structure (500 words)
- Reflective journal (1,000 words)
- Action memo to world leaders (1500 words)
Fees:
Domestic students = $2000 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2400 
 
 
Lecture dates: 3 - 7 August 2020
Subject code: ABS701
Assessment details:
- 300-500-word paper on readings
- Portfolio (class participation, readings)
- 1500-2000-word assignment
Fees:
Domestic students = $2000 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2400 
 
 
Lecture dates: 30 March - 3 April 2020
Subject code: HSW714
Assessment details:
- Group class presentation and discussion 
- 1500-word reflective journal
- 2000-word group project
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700  
 
 
Lecture dates: TBA (2021)
Subject code: ABS723
Assessment details:
- Review Essay on short article (500 words) 
- A reflective Journal (500 words)
- Assignment (1000 words)
- Research Paper (1500 words)
Fees:
Domestic students = $2000 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2400 
    
  
 
Lecture dates: 14 - 18 Apr 2020
Subject code: HSW705
Assessment details:
- Reflective journal part 1 (250 words) 
- Reflective journal part 2 (250 words)
- Reflective Essay (1500 words)
- Multi-media presentation (5min) & statement of intention (100 words)
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700
 
 
Lecture dates: 13 Jul - 20 Sep 2020
Subject code: NTI700
Assessment details:
- Four-part task of written execises (2000 words)
- Report/essay (2500 words)
Fees:
Domestic students = $2150 (+ FEE-HELP loan fee)
International students = $2700
 
 
 
Subject delivery

 

Each subject is delivered over five weeks, following the structure below*:
  
Week 1: Pre-readings and online activities
Week 2: Five days of face-to-face lectures and learning activities, on-campus (9am to 5pm)
Week 3 - 5: Self-study and completion of assessments, supported by online resources.
  

*Some subjects may be scheduled differently. Students should check our online timetable or their subject Learning and Assessment Guide (via NTiLearn) to confirm the structure of each subject.

 

What our students say

 


"I would definitely recommend coming here because the content that we learn is really interesting and engaging, and it's also a really beautiful campus. (It's) very new, and all of the staff have been so friendly and helpful."
- Sabrina Venish, University of Wollongong (UOW) Student

 

 

How to Apply

University of Wollongong (UOW) Students

Step 1: Start your application online via our website or using the button below.

Step 2: Complete a UOW ‘Application for Cross Institutional Study at another University’ form and submit it to your Department Head. You will also need to attach this completed form to finalise your online application.


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Western Sydney University (WSU) Students

Step 1: Start your application online via our website or using the button below.

Step 2: Complete a WSU ‘Academic Approval Request for Cross Institutional studies’ form and submit it to your School. You will also need to attach this completed form to finalise your online application.


APPLY NOW

 

Important information:

  • Students from other Australian universities may also be eligible to apply.

  • Remember to include all supporting documents in your online application:

    • Approval form/letter from your home institute/university

    • Current academic transcript or online enrolment record

    • If you would like to defer your tuition fee via FEE-HELP, you must also attach evidence of your Australian citizenship or residency (e.g. Australian passport or birth/citizenship certificate) 

  • When your application is processed, you will receive an email confirmation.

  • NTI determines a census date for each subject (typically the first day of classes for the subject). Students should read the Student Enrolment Policy for more information on enrolling and withdrawing from subjects at Nan Tien Institute. 

 

If you have any questions, please call one of our friendly Enrolment Advisors:
PH: 1300 323 261

PH/SMS: 0402 551223
E
mail: study@nantien.edu.au or contact us via our contact page.

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