Pathways Enabling Course

University of New England

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Short Course
Armidale
4 Years Part-Time
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Course Description

The 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 with an ATAR requirement of 77.10 or lower.

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

Domestic students are exempt from the student contribution amount for HECS.

Students receive mentoring and additional tutorial support in the Foundation units (FNDN101 and FNDN102). If you complete school-based units in the Pathways Enabling Course, which are part of the course in which you later choose to enrol, you will receive advanced standing for those units. The two Foundation units (FNDN101 and FNDN102) include may formative assessment tasks that are assessed in a competency-based manner. Marks given for assessment tasks in these units are indicative only as the units are graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory scale. FNDN101 and FNDN102 do not count towards any course but provide students with the skills and confidence required for successful undergraduate study.
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