The College provides students with a clear pathway to Western Sydney University (opens in a new window). Our pathway programs are designed to provide you with the skills and the knowledge essential for university study and working life.
Choosing The College will help you reach your full potential and attain the skills to move forward in your career no matter what path you choose
The College offers a range of University Foundation Studies and Diploma courses and has a direct entry arrangement with Western Sydney University.
Depending on your results, completion of University Foundation Studies guarantees you entry to first year of the corresponding degree at Western Sydney University or to a Diploma at The College, and successful completion of Diploma courses guarantees you entry to second year at the University.
Choosing the right pathway to university can be tricky. You may not have the ATAR you need for direct entry to university, or you may be returning to study after a break. We have a variety of flexible entry options available, including options for students with an ATAR less than 40, and those with no ATAR at all.
Visit our course information page or contact our Student Services team for advice on the alternative entry options available to you.
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The College provides a university environment with the added benefit of personal attention.
Along with core subjects, we provide academic development units, tertiary study skills and discipline-specific gap units to equip students with the knowledge and skills required for university.
Our core subjects have longer tutorials and smaller class sizes to give you more face-to-face time with teachers. This also helps teachers identify students who would benefit from early intervention programs and student support services.
These measures ensure our students succeed in their studies and make an easier transition to university.
No wonder College students have a proven track record of success at university. Western Sydney University data shows that a number of students who move to the second year of a degree at the University following a year of study at The College do better than students with similar ATARs who directly enrolled at the University.
These Australian Government loan schemes are available to eligible domestic College students, so you can study now and pay later.
For more information about HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP and to check your eligibility, please visit the Study Assist website (opens in a new window).
The College offers a range of English language courses to international students to develop study skills, build subject knowledge and improve English language skills prior to pursuing university studies.
We also provide an IELTS Preparation Course and IELTS testing to provide you with an internationally accredited result for English Language proficiency recognised by employers, government agencies and tertiary institutions.
This can assist international students to access our Academic Pathway Programs(opens in a new window) and packages.