Alternative Pathways To University
While completing year 12 at school is one way to get into university, there are other pathways. People of all ages study at university and they use a range of pathways to get there. You can find out more about these pathways and the services available at Southern Cross University at our websites:
Non-School Leavers - How to Apply - pathways to Southern Cross University courses for those not coming straight from high school to university
Articulation Pathways to SCU - agreed pathways to Southern Cross University courses from many respected Australian and international educational institutions
Preparing For Success - a pathway into Southern Cross University courses that also teaches the practical essay writing, researching and analytical skills needed to pursue academic study
Careers & Employment Services - there are a range of ways the Southern Cross University Careers Service can help you including careers counselling, careers information resource centre, graduate recruitment, course advice, information to prospective students, careers workshops, careers resources and job vacancies and returning to study advice.
Students - offer advice on applying, enrolling and fees at university. Once you are a student at Southern Cross University there are a range of services (including mentoring, scholarships and accommodation) available to you.
Updated: 01 May 2013