> 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

Yu-Wen Liao From Taiwan, ACIC Student 2009

The Dream

To study a Master degree in Australia

The Difficulties

Yu-Wen was not good at English and knew nothing about Australia, which is similar to many other overseas students. Whilst he wanted to graduate with a Master degree, he needs to meet both the English and academic requirements first before he can start a Master degree.

The Process

ACIC advised Yu-Wen on his study plan options and helped him get offers for different courses. There were three key stages:


1. ACIC first arranged Yu-Wen to study a English course at ACL, including General English as well as Academic English. After he successfully completed the courses and obtained a certificate IV, ACIC helped him get an offer from La Trobe University.


2. The Sydney campus of La Trobe University is run by ACN. ACIC suggested Yu-Wen to study the Diploma as a pathway and then proceed to the second year undergraduate course. The Latrobe program offered a fast-tracked 2-year degree majoring in Accounting, which saved him lots of money and time. At ACN, the classes are small which means more academic supports and stronger academic results. Also, great location in the city makes it easy and convenient.


3. Yu-Wen returned to ACIC for further consultation when his undergraduate study was about to finish. After participating in ACIC's interview programs during which Yu-Wen met university representatives to discuss about his master degree options, ACIC successfully helped Yu-Wen to obtain a full offer for Master of Commerce at UNSW.

The OUTcome
Yu-Wen is currently in his last session at La Trobe Sydney campus, studying accounting. The fast track course means he will complete the study within 2 years. In these 2 years, he has experienced many amazing cultures and learned practical knowledge.


With ACICs assistance, Yu-Wen is about to progress to achieving his dream of studying a Master degree in Australia next session. He eagerly looks forward to the opportunity and is grateful for the pathway designed by his ACIC consultant.


The comment from the student

With their professional experience in the education industry for more than 20 years and latest course information, ACIC helps each student to plan for studies individually according to their unique goals. ACIC is the best choice an international student can make.

Yu-Wen Liao