What is OnTrack Murdoch?
OnTrack is a supportive 14-week program for people who aspire to complete a university degree, but do not qualify for direct entry into Murdoch University.
What is Murdoch FlexiTrack?
Overview. FlexiTrack is a free university enabling course that qualifies you to apply directly for any undergraduate degree at Murdoch University that requires a Selection Rank of 70. See what courses you could be eligible for.
How much does FlexiTrack cost?
What is the cost of Flexi Track High? The cost is $1200 (2021 cost)which is paid directly to Murdoch University during the application process.
How do I apply for Flexi track?
To enrol in FlexiTrack units you need to complete the self-enrolment steps. To access the self-enrolment steps you will need to log into MyMurdoch and click on ‘MyInfo’ > ‘Course Details’ > ‘Self Enrolment’ > ‘Begin Self Enrolment’. More information on each of the self-enrolment steps can be found here.
Does UWA have a bridging course?
The Bridging Course helps students: improve English language skills to the level required by UWA. learn about the organisation and language of various types of academic texts.
What is TLC110?
TLC110 is a free course only available to domestic students in participating schools. It is delivered at our Rockingham and Mandurah campuses in an adult learning environment and will help you develop the skills needed to succeed at university.
Can I enter uni without ATAR?
You DO NOT need an ATAR to start studying. Our Getting In information outlines the main admission pathways. You should also review our other pathways and study options.
What other pathways other than ATAR are there at university?
Didn’t get the ATAR you needed to get into a particular course? There’s another way into that course – a university pathway!…They can include, but are not limited to:
- Community work and volunteering;
- Leadership experience;
- Credit for previous study at another institution (such as TAFE);
- Distance education.
What age is a mature age student for university?
You are eligible to apply for admission through the Mature-age Entry Scheme if you: will be 21 or older on 1 March of the year you will commence study. did not receive an ATAR (or equivalent) or if your ATAR was below 70.
How do I get into USYD with a low ATAR?
Complete the first year of a related course with a lower ATAR then apply to transfer into your preferred course. Apply for a graduate entry into postgraduate coursework, such as a master’s degree, after you have completed your undergraduate degree.
How can I get into university without an ATAR in Australia?
4 tips to get into uni without an ATAR
- Study a diploma. A higher education diploma will give you the qualifications you need to enter a Bachelor of Arts program.
- Expand your experience.
- Choose a bridging course.
- Tertiary Access Courses.
Do mature students need A levels?
The main difference when applying to university as a mature student is the entry requirements. A mature student can be as young as 21 but many are in their late 20s/early 30s or older, and may have left school without the necessary A Levels or equivalent.