You're considered an Australian student if you are any of the following:
The Aboriginal Pathway Program is a free1, one and a half year program to prepare indigenous students for university study. It is open to all people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and can lead to entry into a university degree at UniSA.
It is taught at five locations: Metropolitan Adelaide (City West campus), Ceduna, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln and Whyalla. You will study on campus for the intensive sessions. While studying on campus, you will have face-to-face teaching, social support and activities, networking opportunities, peer mentoring and support. When you successfully complete this program, you can use your grade point average (GPA) to apply for any UniSA degree (a competitive GPA is required).
1 You will not be charged course fees, but you may have to pay Student Amenities Fees as determined by the Australian Government.
Studying externally (online) gives you the flexibility to study where and when you want, at your own pace. Some of the courses offered through UniSA College can be studied online. You can choose your study mode when you enrol. With interactive online course materials and a 24/7 digital environment, you can also:
Your study schedule will be divided into contact hours (the time you spend doing lectures and tutorials) and independent study, including your personal research and assignment work. Study hours depend on the courses you choose and the amount of additional work you put in. Generally, full-time study is equivalent to 40 hours per week.
Your assessments will include:
Enrich your studies and your life – make overseas study part of your qualification. Australian and international students may have the option to do an exchange, short-term program or study tour overseas. We have links with universities worldwide. You can choose short-term or semester-long study from a range of universities and countries depending on your area of study and cultural interests.
Take a look at the global opportunities available.
|Course name||Area and cat no.||Units||Reference|
|First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)|
|Land Management (OC)||ENVT 1018||4.5|
|Building Academic Success (OC)||EDUC 1094||4.5|
|Applied Computer Practices (OC)||COMP 1042||4.5|
|Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)|
|Communication for Academic Purposes (OC)||COMM 1069||4.5|
|Aboriginal Knowledges, Learning and Cultures (OC)||HUMS 1056||4.5|
|University Studies (OC)||EDUC 1093||4.5|
|First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)|
|Maths Fundamentals (OC)||MATH 1074||4.5|
|Critical Thinking: Media and Academia (OC)||LANG 1063||4.5|
|Introduction to Human Behaviour (OC)||BUSS 1064||4.5|
Our campuses have advanced facilities including modern lecture theatres, libraries, workshops, laboratories, and areas that simulate real work environments. You’ll discover that your journey at UniSA is also about social experiences, healthy living and getting involved. Depending on your campus, you’ll find student gyms, pools, tech zones and chill-out spaces. There are campus sport activities to keep you active, and if you’re keen to explore the social side of university life, there’s movies, cooking demonstrations, parties and loads more.
You will have full access to our student support services to help you settle in to university life before you begin studying a bachelor degree. We want you to be successful, and if you need help you’ll have it. We provide a full range of support services, including:
Our learnonline facilities include a personal learning environment with virtual classrooms, lecture recordings, emails, learning support, administration, library access and results. The environment is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so you can tailor your learning to your life. We are continually investing in innovative digital technologies for a high-quality student learning experience.