At UNE, Indigenous students are guided by a small community of experts throughout their study. This means support right from the start with flexible entry options and study preparation programs.
You’ve always believed you’re capable. You just needed to find someone that values your culture and walks beside you to help you achieve your goals.
Our Entry Programs
That is why at Oorala we have two university entry programs that have been specially designed to build your skills and confidence to succeed at university.
TRACKS is a tertiary preparation course (Foundation Studies) run by the Oorala Aboriginal Centre, UNE. Over two trimesters you will experience what uni study is about and learn in a supported environment. Be part of a community of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who share your goals and interests!
The Internal Selection on Program (ISP) is an alternative entry program offered by the Oorala Aboriginal Centre to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people wishing to enrol in higher education at the University of New England.
Units of study
Alongside our alternative entry programs Oorala offers three undergraduate units and one post-graduate unit that include Working with Aboriginal People and Aboriginal Resilience and the Arts. These units are available to study individually or as part of a degree.
Meet Our Students
At Oorala Aboriginal Centre, we put the well-being and success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and their communities first: your culture, your community and our partnership.