Start study mid-year at USC Gympie

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Start study mid-year at USC Gympie


27 June 2014

Those interested in starting tertiary study this year still have time to apply for mid-year entry with the University of the Sunshine Coast in Gympie.

To assist people looking to change careers or boost their qualifications by starting a degree in Semester 2 from Monday 28 July, USC has put all the information they’ll need together in one place on its website.

A special “mid-year resolution” microsite features an application toolkit with information on how to apply, various study programs, entry pathways and support services and scholarships available to new students.

At USC Gympie, students can still enrol for Semester 2, 2014, in degree programs in Nursing Science, Business (with Marketing and Management majors) and Commerce (Accounting major), as well as a free tertiary bridging course called Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP).

USC Gympie also offers a Bachelor of Education, but with no mid-year entry.

The range of study programs offered by USC at its Sippy Downs campus include business, communication, creative industries, design, education, engineering, health, humanities, information technology, nursing, planning, psychology, science, social sciences, sport sciences and tourism.

While the first Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) offers for Semester 2 were made yesterday (26 June), further offer rounds will be made on 3 July, 10 July and 17 July.

Details on how to apply to study at USC can be found at the microsite or by contacting USC Gympie at 5456 5800 or USC’s Student Administration on 5430 2890.

— Terry Walsh

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