USC Gympie opens its doors for week-long meet
10 Nov 2016
The University of the Sunshine Coast is hosting a week-long event to encourage Gympie residents to find out about the study options available at the local campus.
Prospective students and community members are invited to drop in to explore USC Gympie on any day of the week, starting Monday 21 November.
People can call in between 8.30am and 5.30pm to talk with advisers about their preferred degree, find about fees and scholarships and take a campus tour.
USC Gympie offers full degree programs in Business Management, Marketing, Commerce, Accounting, Nursing Science and Education.
Students also can complete the first year of a number of degrees at Gympie before studying the remaining subjects at USC’s main campus at Sippy Downs.
Another popular course is USC’s Tertiary Preparation Pathway program (TPP) that helps to prepare students for university. Students who complete TPP can gain direct entry to most USC programs.
For details go to www.usc.edu.au/learn/courses-and-programs/meet-usc
— Clare McKay
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