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2 Pathways to Flinders At Flinders we recognise that every prospective student is an individual and that what works for one might not be right for another. That s why we provide multiple entry pathways to help you get into Uni. Take the time to explore your options and find the entry path that s right for you. If you want more information or to check out your options go to: flinders.edu.au/pathways What is your qualification? Selection criteria Apply through Year 12 SACE/IB (or interstate/ international equivalent) Previous university study Completed or partially completed degree TAFE/VET award Special entry Adult entry Note: This diagram should be used as a guide only. For more details on entry requirements and the entry pathways available, contact the Admissions/ Prospective Students Office. ATAR Calculated from Year 12 results GPA Based on Higher Education results Level of TAFE/ VET award Certificate 4, Diploma, or Advanced Diploma STAT For people 18 years or over Foundation studies Prepares you for study in a supportive learning environment ATAR = Australian Tertiary Admission Rank GPA = Grade point average IB = International Baccalaureate SACE = South Australian Certificate of Education STAT = Special Tertiary Admission Test SATAC UniWeb Entry options Competitive ATAR entry The majority of Year 12 applicants enter university via the traditional competitive entry method, where offers are made to eligible applicants with the highest ATARs until all places in the course are filled. The 2011 ATAR cut-offs for each course provide a guide for 2012 entry and are listed in the course entries on the following pages. Guaranteed entry ATAR Achieve an ATAR equal to or above the published guaranteed entry ATAR and you will be guaranteed a place at Flinders. All you need to do is ensure you have listed Flinders courses first in your preferences and you will be offered a place in the highest Flinders course preference that you are eligible for in More information can be found at: Bonus points Bonus points contribute to your ATAR when applying for Flinders University courses. Flinders offers a variety of bonus point access schemes, including: Student Equal Access Scheme (SEAS), Rural and Isolated Student Access Scheme (RISAS), Science and Maths Bonus Points Scheme, and the Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Bonus Points Scheme. Find out more at: How to apply Flinders offers two admission cycles each year: > > February intake (Semester 1): applications open in August for commencement the following year. > > Mid-year intake (Semester 2): applications open in May for commencement in July that year. Not all courses are offered mid-year. Applicants must apply though the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC). For full details on how to apply visit Admissions/Prospective Students Office Flinders University GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5011 Tel: For international student enquiries or visit

3 Education Education at Flinders Early Childhood Primary R-7 Middle and Secondary Schooling You may also be interested in... Master of Teaching Special Education (Graduate Entry) Arts Disability and Community Development Health Sciences Languages Science 01

4 02 Education at Flinders These courses > > allow you to complete a double degree in four years; > > provide specialised options for those who wish to teach at different levels within the education system; > > prepare students to become effective and appropriately skilled teachers; > > open a wider range of career options than conventional teaching programs; > > encourage you to promote a socially just, democratic and ecologically sustainable world. See individual course entries for course lengths, prerequisites, SATAC Codes, 2011 ATARS, Guaranteed entry ATARS and Bonus points. What does Education at Flinders offer? Flinders offers a suite of courses to prepare students to become effective and appropriately skilled teachers at all stages of the education and life journey from birth and early childhood to secondary school. Each Bachelor of Education course is taken as a double degree program. Whatever your choice, you will be eligible to apply for registration as a teacher in South Australia. The following double degree programs are available at Flinders: > > Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/Bachelor of Arts > > Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts > > Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts > > Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Science > > Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Health Sciences > > Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/ Bachelor of Disability Studies > > Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies > > Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling/Special Education)/ Bachelor of Disability Studies > > Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Languages. By combining specific teaching skills with the broader focus of another degree, Flinders provides the depth and breadth of knowledge that modern teachers demand. You also will be equipped to seek jobs appropriate to a graduate in Arts, Science, Health Sciences, Disability Studies, or Languages while also offering employers formal teaching qualifications. All double degree combinations require four years of full-time study or the part-time equivalent. Professional teaching practice in schools must be taken full-time. Our aim is to educate teachers who appreciate the complex nature of their work and practice in ways that promote a socially just, democratic and ecologically sustainable world. We believe that good teachers need to combine high-level knowledge with values, skills, personal dispositions, sensitivities and capabilities. The best parts of the course were the practicums and assignments that involved planning and creating resources/lessons that I could use in the classroom after finishing University. Flinders Education graduate comment obtained from the Australian Graduate Survey. 02

5 Study program If you are interested in applying for a Bachelor of Education please select the specific SATAC Code relating to your double degree of choice. Whatever pathway you choose, about half of your study program will comprise Education topics and field experience and the other half will allow you to meet the requirements of the second degree. Subjects from both degrees are taken in all four years of study. The following common Education topics are taught in the Early Childhood, Primary R-7, and Middle and Secondary Schooling courses: First Year: Teaching and Educational Contexts. Second Year: Learners and Their Development, Teaching Indigenous Australian Students. Third Year: Various Curriculum Studies and Specialisations, Relationships for Learning. Fourth Year: Differentiation for Diverse Learners, The Professional Educator, Various Curriculum Studies and Specialisations. Students in these programs may also take a Lutheran strand by enrolling in additional topics. The Professional Experience program is common to all degrees: First Year: 10 school days over the year. Second Year: 10 school days over the year. Third Year: 4-week block over July-August. Fourth Year: 10 single days and a 6-week block between January and June. Criminal History Screening Check All students must have cleared a Criminal History Screening Check before they can undertake their compulsory practice teaching. You can not complete the course successfully if you are unable to undertake practice teaching. If you are offered a place you will be sent details about the process. Double degree options A Bachelor of Arts (BA) provides a rich liberal education for all new teachers. If studying a double degree with a BA you will complete a major sequence and a minor sequence chosen from approximately 37 different options, depending on which level of schooling you wish to teach and what course you choose. Major areas of study include: Applied Linguistics, Australian Studies, Biological Sciences, Business Studies, Creative Writing, Criminal Justice, Drama, Earth Sciences, English, French, Geography, History, Indonesian, Information Technology, Italian, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Modern Greek, Physical Education, Political Studies, Psychology, Screen and Media Studies, Spanish, Sociology, Visual Arts, Women s Studies. Minor areas of study include: Indigenous Studies and Health Education. The Bachelor of Arts can be taken in a double degree with the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood), Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7) and Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling). A Bachelor of Disability Studies prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting students with disabilities and their families within the broader community. If taking a double degree with a Bachelor of Disability Studies you will study a combination of topics related to teaching students with disabilities and learning or behavioural difficulties. The Bachelor of Disability Studies can be taken in a double degree with the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood), Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7) and Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling). The Bachelor of Health Sciences can be taken as a double degree with the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling). It offers core Health Sciences topics and a choice from one of two specialist streams. > > The Health Education stream explores the ideas of, and relationship between, health, education and population capacity building. > > The Physical Education stream combines human movement studies with the theory and practice of promoting healthy living across the lifespan. Students may choose a different teaching area if not specialising in either Health or Physical Education. The Bachelor of Languages can be taken as a double degree with a Bachelor of Education (Secondary). You will complete one major sequence and one teaching major sequence chosen from French, Indonesian, Italian, Modern Greek, Spanish, or Teaching English as a Second Language. Other languages may be offered in the near future. A Bachelor of Science provides the foundation skills required to effectively teach subjects which draw on mathematics, science or technology. The Bachelor of Science can be taken in a double degree with the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling). You will complete a range of First Year Science topics then complete a major sequence and a minor sequence of your choice. Options might include Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Physics. 03

6 Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/ Bachelor of Disability Studies 04 Early Childhood These courses > > provide you with the background and skills to enter early childhood teaching with confidence; > > provide an understanding of how to co-construct inclusive and challenging curriculum for children up to age eight; > > prepare you to combine in-depth study of early childhood education with studies in arts or special education and disability. Course length: 4 years full-time or equivalent part-time. Honours available. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Codes, ATARs, Guaranteed entry ATARs and Bonus Points for Education double degrees can be found under the Study program on this page. Study program The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) will prepare you to become an effective teacher of children from birth to eight years of age in a range of community settings. Through professional experience placements in early childhood settings, you will be able to combine your theory knowledge with your curriculum studies and put them into practice. Early Childhood/Arts SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus points: LOTE, SEAS, RISAS. In the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/Bachelor of Arts you will choose one Bachelor of Arts major while acquiring knowledge about young children, their families and the community services that provide for their care and education. Career opportunities Early Childhood and Special Education/Disability Studies SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus points: SEAS, RISAS. The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies prepares students for a range of professional roles related to supporting young children with disabilities and their families within the broader community. In Australia, early childhood education is a priority of both State and Federal Governments and these courses make you eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia upon graduation. Potential employers include: childcare centres, kindergartens, early learning centres, junior primary schools and other associated settings. There is also potential for employment overseas. Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Disability Studies can apply for positions in a range of government and private industry settings. Further study >>> Bachelor of Education (Honours). Graduate Certificates in Education specialisations, PhD or EdD. Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/Bachelor of Arts may also be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Honours). 04

7 Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/ Bachelor of Disability Studies Primary R-7 05 These courses > > prepare you to become an effective, skilled primary school teacher in four years; > > open a wider range of career options than conventional teaching programs; > > prepare you to combine in-depth study of the primary curriculum with studies in arts or special education and disability; > > aim to produce effective teachers of young students including those with special needs and/or disabilities. Course length: 4 years full-time or equivalent part-time. Honours available. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Codes, ATARs, Guaranteed entry ATARs and Bonus Points for Education double degrees can be found under the Study program on this page. Study program The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7) will prepare you to teach the key learning areas in primary schools, from Reception up to Year 7. You will receive the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to become a primary school teacher. Primary R-7/Arts SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus points: LOTE, SEAS, RISAS. In the Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts you will undertake a specialisation in one major area chosen from the Bachelor of Arts program. The course gives you the opportunity to undertake professional teaching placements in primary schools where you can put your skills and knowledge into practice as a student teacher. Career opportunities Primary R-7 and Special Education/ Disability Studies SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry: Bonus points: SEAS, RISAS. The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting children with disabilities and their families within the broader community through disability professions. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia. Graduates find positions in government, independent and Catholic primary schools in South Australia with the potential for employment interstate and overseas. Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Disability Studies can apply for positions in a range of government and private industry settings. Further study >>> Bachelor of Education (Honours). Graduate Certificates in Education specialisations, PhD or EdD. Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts may also be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Honours). 05

8 Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/ Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling/Special Education)/ Bachelor of Disability Studies Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Languages 06 Middle and Secondary Schooling These courses > > prepare you to become an effective, skilled primary school teacher in four years; > > open a wider range of career options than conventional teaching programs; > > prepare you to combine in-depth study of the primary curriculum with studies in arts or special education and disability; > > aim to produce effective teachers of young students including those with special needs and/or disabilities. Study program The BEd (Middle and Secondary Schooling) will prepare you to teach in middle or secondary schools, covering Years 6 to 12. The following specialisations are available: Humanities and Social Sciences, Information Technology, English, Drama, Health Education, Physical Education, Modern Languages, General Science, Biology, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Visual Arts, Chemistry, Physics, Media Studies, Legal Studies and Business Education. In the first two years all students undertake a common program of study and then choose either the Middle Schooling Strand (Years 6-10) or the Secondary Schooling Strand (Years 8-12). Professional experience as a student teacher in a middle or secondary school environment will enable you to put your skills into practice. Middle and Secondary Schooling/ Arts Middle and Secondary Schooling/ Health Sciences Course length: 4 years full-time or equivalent part-time. Honours available. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Codes, ATARs, Guaranteed entry ATARs and Bonus Points for Education double degrees can be found under the Study program. 06 SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus Points: LOTE, SEAS, RISAS. In the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts you will develop knowledge of curriculum relevant to your chosen discipline, use educational theory to inform your judgement, and apply what you have learnt in a range of educational settings. On successful completion of this double degree you will be able to teach in middle and secondary school subjects such as general science, English, drama, mathematics, health education, physical education, biology, earth sciences, languages other than English, information technology, business education, geography, history, legal studies, media studies, psychology and visual arts.# SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus Points: SEAS, RISAS. The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling) Bachelor of Health Sciences offers you the choice of a specialisation either in Physical Education or Health Education combined with a second teaching specialisation. On successful completion of this double degree you will be able to teach in middle and secondary school subjects such as health education or physical education, English, drama, visual arts, mathematics, general science, languages other than English, information technology, media studies, humanities and social sciences.# You will gain the broad-based knowledge and generic skills that apply to health and are necessary for middle or secondary school teaching.

9 Middle and Secondary Schooling/ Science Middle and Secondary/Special Education/Disability Studies Secondary Schooling/ Languages SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus Points: Science and Maths, SEAS, RISAS. SATAC Code: ATAR: Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus Points: SEAS, RISAS. SATAC Code: ATAR: New for Guaranteed entry ATAR: Bonus Points: LOTE, SEAS, RISAS. The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Science enables you to teach in middle and secondary school subjects such as general science, mathematics, information technology, biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences, humanities, social sciences, drama, English, visual art, health and physical education, and languages other than English.# This double degree gives you the broad foundation in science necessary to provide your future students with high levels of scientific, mathematical and technological literacy. # These areas of study are subject to change from year to year and students should confirm their availability before applying for the course. Career opportunities The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary/Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies provides study in the appropriate disciplines taught in Years 6 to 12 of middle and secondary schools. This degree also prepares students for a range of professional roles related to supporting young people with disabilities and their families within the broader community. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia and are suitable for positions in government, Catholic and independent middle and secondary schools in South Australia, with the potential for employment interstate and overseas. Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Disability Studies or Bachelor of Languages can apply for positions in a range of government and private industry settings. The Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Languages prepares you to teach foreign languages at the Year 12 level. Students will combine the skills and knowledge to become secondary school teachers with the qualifications to teach two different foreign languages. Graduates of this double degree will be awarded a Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Languages. Further study >>> Bachelor of Education (Honours). Graduate Certificates in Education specialisations, PhD or EdD. Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts may also be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Honours). 07

10 08 You may also be interested in... Master of Teaching 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time. Prerequisites: Bachelor degree or equivalent. Additional requirements apply for Secondary and Special Education Secondary streams. Gradstart Code: 2CM088 (Early Childhood) 2CM116 (Primary R-7) 2CM090 (Secondary) 2CM117 (Special Education Primary R-7 stream) 2CM092 (Special Education Secondary stream) Our postgraduate programs in Teaching offer core topics in education studies, curriculum studies, and teaching practice as well as professional placements. Streams include: Early Childhood, Primary R-7, Secondary, Special Education. Graduates are suitable for careers as teachers in early childhood centres and schools, primary schools and secondary schools, and as special education teachers. The Master of Teaching is a pre-service teaching degree and admission normally will not be granted to applicants who already hold a teaching qualification. Applications for the Master of Teaching are made via the SATAC website: Special Education (Graduate Entry) 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time. Prerequisites: Successful completion of a 3-year teaching award or equivalent. Gradstart Code: 2BG003 2BG004 (external) The Bachelor of Special Education provides additional specialist training for teachers at all levels of the school system. It allows teachers to prepare for work in special schools and special classes, for work as resource or support teachers in regular schools, or simply to extend their range of skills as regular classroom teachers able to cater for a wide ability range of students, including those with gifts and talents. The content of the program is appropriate for teachers at all levels from preschools through to TAFE. Applications for the Bachelor of Special Education are made via the SATAC website: Arts 3 years full-time or equivalent part-time. 4 years with Honours. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Code: The Bachelor of Arts (BA) enables you to explore in depth a single field of study or study several different fields through a wide range of majors and minors. The BA produces flexible, literate, independent and well-informed graduates, equipped with transferable, highly valued skills. These include: communication and presentation skills, research and critical analysis skills, teamwork and interpersonal skills, management and planning skills, intellectual and creative skills, and computer literacy. More information about this course can be found in the Flinders Arts & Humanities undergraduate programs brochure. Disability and Developmental Education 4 years full-time or equivalent part-time. Option for Honours in Fourth Year. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Code: (external) The Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education will help you develop specialist human service skills in areas including counselling, rehabilitation, case management, skill development and individual support. The course will prepare you for a rewarding career that enables you to make an important difference in people s lives. This course is also offered externally. More information about this course can be found in the Flinders Health undergraduate programs brochure. More information on these and our other courses can also be found at: Health Sciences 3 years full-time or equivalent part-time. 4 years with Honours. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Code: (combined degrees) The Bachelor of Health Sciences combines health-related topics with specialised studies. It caters for a wide range of careers and equips you with transferable, industry relevant skills. The course is multidisciplinary and there are multiple majors available. You can study: disability, health education and promotion, health management, the life sciences, and nutrition. The course gives you a deeper understanding of the roles and functions of various health professions and provides internship opportunities with industry placements in a variety of areas. More information about this course can be found in the Flinders Health undergraduate programs brochure. Languages 3 years full-time or equivalent part-time. 4 years with Honours. Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Code: The Bachelor of Languages provides intensive study in two languages and prepares you for work in the increasingly international workplaces of the 21st century. The degree allows you to choose the languages that match your career aspirations and interests. Languages available for study at Flinders include: French, Indonesian, Italian, Modern Greek and Spanish. Additional languages may be available to study through crossinstitutional agreements with other South Australian universities. A combined Bachelor of International Tourism/ Bachelor of Languages is also available. More information about this course can be found in the Flinders Arts & Humanities or International Studies & Languages undergraduate programs brochures. 08

11 Didn t find the course you were looking for? Science 3 years full-time or equivalent part-time. 4 years with Honours. Science and Science (Honours) Prerequisites: None. No assumed knowledge. SATAC Code: (Honours) Science (Honours) Enhanced Program for High Achievers Prerequisites: At least 3 of the following SACE Stage 2 subjects or equivalent: Biology, Mathematical Studies, Specialist Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Geology. SATAC Code: The Bachelor of Science enables you to follow your interests in a variety of study areas, or focus on a specialisation. The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Enhanced Program for High Achievers offers students of exceptional academic ability an enhanced program of studies. More information about these courses can be found in the Flinders Science undergraduate programs brochure Enhance your degree Diploma in Language Would you like to enhance your studies and expand your career options by learning a language? Flinders offers you the opportunity to major in a language in conjunction with any undergraduate course. The Diploma in Language is designed to provide you with competence in a chosen language that adds greater portability to your qualifications. You will add one extra year to your total study duration and graduate with both your chosen degree and the Diploma in Language. The Diploma in Language is only available in combination with another undergraduate course at Flinders. You can apply for the Diploma when you enrol in your undergraduate course. Why not check out one of our following brochures? Arts & Humanities > Archaeology > Arts > Creative Arts (Creative Writing; Digital Media; Drama; Screen) > International Tourism > Languages > Media (Creative Arts; Public Affairs) > Theology Business & Commerce > Business (Business Economics; Entrepreneurship; Human Resource Management; International Business; Management; Marketing) > Commerce (Accounting; Accounting/ Finance; Finance; Finance/Economics; Sustainability) > International Studies > International Tourism Computing & Information Technology > Computer Science > Digital Media > Geographical Information Systems > Information Technology Creative Arts & Media > Creative Arts (Creative Writing; Digital Media; Drama; Screen) > Digital Media > Media (Creative Arts; Public Affairs) Engineering > Biomedical > Civil > Computer Systems > Electronics > Environmental Technologies > Maritime Electronics > Mechanical > Mechanical and Advanced Manufacturing > Naval Architecture > Robotics > Software > Engineering Science Environment > Aquaculture > Biodiversity and Conservation > Engineering (Environmental Technologies) > Environmental Health > Environmental Management > Environmental Science > Geographical Information Systems > Marine Biology Health > Disability and Developmental Education > Environmental Health > Health Sciences > Medical Science > Nutrition and Dietetics > Occupational Therapy > Optometry > Paramedic Science > Physiotherapy > Speech Pathology International Studies & Languages > International Studies > International Tourism > Languages Law & Justice > Justice and Society > Laws and Legal Practice Medicine > Clinical Sciences/Medicine and Surgery > Graduate Entry Medical Program (GEMP) Nursing & Midwifery > Midwifery > Nursing Psychology & Social Work > Behavioural Science (Psychology) > Disability and Developmental Education > Psychology (Honours) > Social Work and Social Planning Science > Science and Science (Honours) > Science (Honours) An Enhanced Program for High Achievers > Animal Behaviour > Aquaculture > Biodiversity and Conservation > Biotechnology > Environmental Science > Forensic and Analytical Chemistry > Marine Biology > Nanotechnology Society, Politics & Government > Government and Public Management > International Studies > Justice and Society > Social Work and Social Planning.

12 Why make Flinders your choice? Before you get here Helping you realise your goals and ambitions is important to us at Flinders University. It is why we have so many flexible entry pathways. And it is also why we have an extensive network of services to support you all the way from your initial enquiry and enrolment right through to your graduation. Flinders understands that everybody s life path is different. If you are completing Year 12 and thinking about uni, Flinders improves your chance of getting into the course of your choice by offering bonus points for many of its courses. If you are not a school leaver, TAFE/VET qualifications, the Special Tertiary Admissions Test, foundation studies programs and prior tertiary studies are other ways you can get to Flinders. While you re here A well-rounded university education should not be the end of your learning but a launching pad for the next phase of your life. What you learn should be relevant, it should increase your understanding of the world around you, and it should help you realise your full potential. Flinders is fully committed to constantly improving the quality of its teaching, and learning at Flinders is connected to our dynamic research environment, with strong links to industry and the broader community. Among our staff there are a number of national and international award winners for teaching and research, and Flinders has a solid record of achievement in the Australian Awards for University Teaching. Flinders also has state-of-the-art facilities on a superb campus it is a perfect setting in which to study, to grow, to relax and to meet friends. Your next step Flinders has a variety of resources and services to help you kick-start your career. Practical placements which give you jobready skills are an integral part of many Flinders courses. You will have access to valuable career advice from industry leaders, professionals and graduates. Or you may like to study one of our postgraduate courses. Whatever your next step, when you graduate from Flinders you will be part of an international network of alumni who have built careers that enrich their communities across Australia and throughout the world. The information contained in this brochure is accurate at the time of publication: JUne Flinders University reserves the right to alter any course or topic contained herein without prior notice. Alterations are reflected in the course information available on the University s website. CRICOS No A

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