UNE Pathways Enabling Course

Why study the UNE Pathways Enabling Course at UNE?

The UNE Pathways Enabling Course is a program of study for students without the educational background for admission to an undergraduate course at UNE. It is available for students who have not successfully completed any part of a university course, and who believe that completion of this enabling course will make them better qualified to successfully undertake an undergraduate course.

Completion of the UNE Pathways Enabling Course provides the basis for admission to most undergraduate courses at UNE.

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Degree Snapshot

DURATION

Up to 4 years Part-time

FEES

CSP - fees exempt for course

2010 STUDY OPTIONS
Armidale

Semester 1, Off Campus
Semester 2, Off Campus

Course Type Foundation Studies
Commencing
Responsible Campus Admission Period Mode of Study
Armidale Semester 1 Off Campus
Armidale Semester 2 Off Campus
Course Duration
  • Up to 4 years Part-time
Fees CSP - fees exempt for course
Total Credit Points 24
Benefits

Students receive mentoring and additional tutorial support. There is also an option of an on-campus intensive school. If you complete faculty-based units in the Pathways Enabling Course which are part of the course you later choose to enrol in, you will receive advanced standing for those units. The two Foundation units (FNDN101 and FNDN102) will not count towards any course but they will provide you with the skills and confidence required for successful undergraduate study.

How to Apply

Students apply directly to UNE.

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Intensive Schools

Intensive mandatory schools may be a requirement of some of the units in this course. See Unit Catalogue for specific requirements.

Entry Requirements

Additional Requirements

Practical, Clinical or Work Experience

Academic Colours

Further Information

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These course rules & plans are ONLY to be used if you commenced, transferred or changed versions in the UNE Pathways Enabling Course in 2010.

1. Admission to Candidature
1.1. Admission to the Pathways Enabling Course will be open to candidates who are not admissible to a course and who intend to seek admission to an undergraduate course; or

1.2. Candidates:
(a) who have not successfully completed any part of a course leading to an award of the University; and
(b) who state that completion of this Enabling Course will make them better qualified to undertake an undergraduate course; and
(c) who intend to seek admission to an undergraduate course.

2. Course Requirements
To complete the Enabling Course and qualify for admission to an undergraduate course candidates shall satisfactorily complete a program of study comprising a total of 24 credit points including:
(a) two Foundation units listed in the Program of Study; and
(b) any two Pathways units listed in the Program of Study.

3. Course Structure
(a) A maximum of 12 credit points may be taken in a semester; and
(b) each Foundation unit must be taken in conjunction with a Pathways unit.

4. Period of Candidature
The maximum part-time period of candidature is four years.

5. Progression
(a) Foundation units may be attempted or completed once only, except under exceptional circumstances and with the permission of the Course Coordinator; and
(b) any one Pathways unit may be attempted twice only; and
(c) if three Pathways units are attempted and not passed candidature shall lapse.

6. Program of Study
Candidates shall complete an approved program of study as outlined in the Course Schedule comprising:

Course Structure

Credit Points
Core Units 12 cps
Elective Units 12 cps
Total 24 cps

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How to Apply

Domestic Students

Students apply directly to UNE.

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