Session 2 entry now open

Published 30 May 2017
Session 2 enrolments now open Session 2 enrolments are now open

Mid-year enrolments are now open at Southern Cross University, making it the perfect time to consider how a university degree could enrich your life.

There are mid-year intakes for courses including business, early childhood, primary and secondary education, law (including paralegal studies), nursing, social welfare, sport and exercise science, psychological science and information technology.

Senior manager of student management Paul Robinson said mid-year entry was a popular option for mature age, international applicants and recent TAFE or school-leavers. Southern Cross University also offers an intake for Session 3 in November for some courses.

“We understand that students need to balance their study and life commitments and our Session 2 intake enables them to tailor their needs as we appreciate every student is unique,” he said.

“There are more than 70 courses available for mid-year entry. Popular courses include Bachelor degrees in nursing, business, education and our University preparation entry course, Preparing for Success at SCU.”

To begin studying at the Gold Coast, Lismore or Coffs Harbour campus or online from Session 2, students are invited to apply directly to Southern Cross University or via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) or via the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).

Session 2 Orientation starts Wednesday 5 July with studies commencing Monday 10 July.

Virtual Info Sessions will be held for domestic students on Thursday 1 June at 10am and Tuesday 6 June at 6pm for prospective students to find out more about undergraduate degrees, university life and how support services can help with achieving study and career goals.

Register for Virtual Info Sessions at scu.edu.au/futurestudents/index.php/73

Personalised campus tours are available at all campuses and can be booked by emailing campustours@scu.edu.au

Media contact: Jessica Huxley, media officer, Southern Cross University Gold Coast 07 5589 3024 or 0417 288 794