Getting into uni isn't just about your marks at school. We have a range of pathway programs that can help you get a degree, even if you don't get into your preferred course straight away. We understand that not everyone has the same opportunities in high school, and that sometimes if you're given the chance to study something you're passionate about, you'll really shine.
Pathways at CSU include vocational qualifications through CSUAdvance, a combination TAFE and uni, and guaranteed entry to most CSU Bachelor degrees through the Diploma of General Studies. You can also get ready for your degree and build some extra skills through short STUDY LINK preparatory subjects.
If things don't quite go to plan during your preparation for university, our access schemes can help.
Indigenous Access Program (IAP)
IAP is a supported pathway into university, while assessing skills and suitability for academic life. The Indigenous Access program will provide a personalised pathway for you to make tracks to a great career!
Regional Bonus Points
We understand that not all schools have the same access to resources and services as their bigger, metropolitan counterparts. That's why CSU's equity program, the Regional Bonus Points Scheme supports regional students by adding an additional five bonus points to their ATAR.
CSU early entry for courses in 2016 will be through UAC's Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS).
Note: Students enroling in CY O'Connor's Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management program can download an early entry form specific to this course.
Unsure which degree?
CSU offers some general undergraduate degrees providing another pathway to more specific studies. Due to the flexible program structure, you can choose your subjects to suit your own interests. These broad-based degrees generally have lower admission requirements, so they can provide a great pathway if you miss out on a place in your preferred course.More about these degrees: