Calling all ambitious Year 11 and 12 students from Brisbane, Gold Coast and Northern NSW. Bond University’s Student for a Semester program gives high achieving year 11 and 12 students the opportunity to gain an authentic university experience before they finish high school. Student for a Semester students enrol in a Bond University subject, attend lectures and tutorials on campus, complete assignments and sit their subject exams.
James Cook University 9JCU)
Pathways to JCU
If you have students who receive the ATAR they need but are missing pre-requisite maths or science subjects for their preferred course, then the Certificate of Higher Education is their recommended pathway to uni. It is online-only and easily accessible at a low cost of $46.95 per subject.
Find out more: https://www.jcu.edu.au/short-courses?
University of Sydney
Scholarships, pathways, and entry schemes
Need help applying for scholarships? Try our Scholarship Builder
The Scholarship Builder provides a step-by-step guide on how to craft application responses. For some inspiration, students can also learn about the stories from some of our current university students. https://scholarships.astar.tv/
Jim Wolfensohn Scholarship
A range of scholarships are also available for students who have been disadvantaged through high school. Students can automatically be considered for some scholarships, like the Jim Wolfensohn Scholarship for rural students who have faced financial hardship, valued at $8000 for up to five years, through an eligible EAS application. More equity scholarships are available for a range of circumstances. https://www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/e/jim-wolfensohn-scholarship.html
In 2022 we’re expanding the availability and access for domestic students across a range of our courses, including many double degree courses in arts, business, information technology, and law. The benefits of double degrees in providing career flexibility and expanded choices for graduates make them some of our most popular courses, and the planned increase in offers means more students will be successful in their double degree preference than in previous years.
The ATAR required to be offered a place in a course can change in any given selection round. Monash does set minimum ATAR requirements for all our courses, and this hasn’t changed. However, selection is based on a number of factors, including consideration given to applicants via different entry schemes, such as SEAS and the Monash Guarantee. We can’t forecast any potential change in lowest ATAR rank to receive an offer, even though we’ll be making additional offers. However, additional offers mean more students will be successful in their double degree preference than in previous years. Find out more: https://www.monash.edu/study/why-choose-monash/courses-explained/double-degrees
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