Get qualified for university entry
Our enabling courses are designed to prepare you for university study, where you may not already meet the standard requirements.
Pathways Enabling Course
The Pathways Enabling course prepares you for admission to an undergraduate course at UNE. It is designed to prepare you for university study, where you may not already meet the standard entry requirements. The course awards you with the minimum requirements to subsequently enter an undergraduate degree at UNE with an ATAR requirement of 77.10 or lower.
The course consists of two units in subjects that can contribute toward your next degree as well as two Foundation units that provide the basic skills and knowledge required for successful university study and provide mentoring and additional tutorial support.
The Pathways Enabling course is free from course fees and available online.
Why study the Pathways Enabling Course?
- Prepare for university without paying course fees
- Gain admission to university
- Flexible online study
- Develop valuable skills and knowledge
- Complete study that can count towards your next degree
- Start in any three teaching periods.
Alternative Entry for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Oorala Aboriginal Centre offers two programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who would like to apply for admission to UNE undergraduate courses:
Internal Selection Program (ISP) is a one-day testing and assessment program which focuses on each participant's study skills and career goals. Following an interview, participants are recommended for admission to either UNE courses or TRACKS (see below) and advised on suitable alternatives for study in their chosen field.
TRACKS Tertiary Preparation Program (TRACKS) is an enabling course which prepares you for university study and supports you to make informed choices about applying for a UNE undergraduate course. Be part of a community of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who share your goals and interests! TRACKS is designed to assist students with the development of study skills and the transition to mainstream university courses. TRACKS offers on campus or online study.