We are living through uncertain times and that unpredictability is felt most acutely by students completing their Year 12 studies; those who have recently finished school; and mature learners looking to upskill or reskill to ensure their ongoing job security and wage growth. But there is a clear, fee-free, pathway available.
Southern Cross University is offering current Year 12 students, recent school leavers and those looking to upskill an opportunity to guarantee their place at university in 2020/2021.
Transition to Uni is a free, intensive preparatory course designed for current ATAR-eligible Year 12 students, recent school leavers and mature learners.
The course is delivered online and has start dates in April, July and August in 2020. Students can study full-time (four-to-five sessions per week) or part-time (two-to-three sessions per week) to suit their needs. Classes are live-streamed from 3:30pm – 5:30pm, Monday to Thursday, with assessment preparation classes on Fridays.
The full-time intensive program is a six-week course. The course develops the key academic literacies and the foundational scientific and quantitative concepts you will need at university, through project-based learning, streamed interactive workshops and assessment preparation. You can proceed to a degree with the confidence you are ready to succeed in your university studies.
Passing the Transition to Uni program will guarantee you entry into all Southern Cross University undergraduate degrees* in 2020/2021.
0.25 years full-time
0.25 years full-time
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See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.
To achieve satisfactory completion of the course, a candidate shall successfully complete all core units.
Students who do not participate in a unit before census date will be deemed to be inactive and unenrolled from the unit. Participation is determined by presence on the online learning site.
Schedule of units
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|EDU01553 - Academic Literacies||Introductory|
|EDU01554 - Scientific and Quantitative Concepts for University Study||Introductory|