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Headstart to USC leads to Indonesian experience
30 October - When Kaitlin Pepper of Diddillibah signed up for a USC Indonesian language course at age 15, she began a journey that would see her studying in the buzzing Javanese city of Yogyakarta.
Maryborough student has Headstart to Law degree
1 September - When Maryborough student Arty Clifford started a USC Law degree this year, he already had the inside track on university life.
Beachmere student gets Headstart to uni life
31 August - A high school student from Beachmere has gained a running start to university life after completing two courses through USC’s award-winning Headstart program.
USC gives senior students a Headstart to uni
26 October 2016 - Sixteen students from Maryborough’s Aldridge State High will have a flying start on gaining a university degree when they finish school in just over three weeks
USC Gympie offers Headstart to high school students
19 March 2015 - High school students in the Gympie area keen to start their tertiary studies early are invited to a special information session at USC's Gympie campus from 5.30-6.30pm on Thursday 26 March.
High school students can get a Headstart at USC
12 March 2015 - High school students keen to begin their tertiary studies early are invited to attend a special information session at USC from 6-7pm on Wednesday 25 March.
USC offers Headstart for high school students
28 August 2014 - High school students keen to kick off their tertiary studies early are invited to a special information session at USC at 6pm on Wednesday 10 September.
USC to outline Headstart and early offer scheme
28 August 2014 - High school students in Gympie keen to kick off their tertiary studies early are invited to a special information session at USC’s Gympie campus on Tuesday 9 September.
USC helps school students start degrees early
28 February 2013 - The University of the Sunshine Coast will host a Headstart Information Evening on Wednesday 13 March for senior high school students keen to start their tertiary education early.