- Charles Sturt University is offering two programs to assist Year 12 students impacted by COVID-19 to enrol at university
- Students submit their Year 11 results and the student’s school’s rating of their potential
- Another option, the Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program, can secure a student an early offer before they sit their Year 12 exams
Charles Sturt participates in the Schools
Recommendation Schemes operated by University Admission Centre (UAC), which assists students to use their Year 11 results and recommendations from their school to enrol in university courses.
Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor John Germov said COVID-19 has had a big impact on high school students, and in particular Year 12 students might be wondering how it will affect their future plans about coming to university.
“At Charles Sturt University we want to make sure everyone has the best opportunity to secure a place in their preferred course and reach their future goals,” Professor Germov said.
“So we’re broadening our early offer programs to study with us by expanding our participation in the Schools Recommendation Schemes – which looks at Year 11 results and the student’s school’s rating of their potential – and is now available for the majority of our undergraduate courses through UAC.
“Year 12 students applying through SRS could even get an unconditional offer based on their application.”
Apply through UAC at uac.edu.au/srs, not Charles Sturt, by checking a box on your existing UAC application.
Professor Germov also noted the Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program, which recognises a student’s soft skills alongside their academic performance.
“The Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program can secure a student an early offer before they sit their Year 12 exams, as well as a reduction in the ATAR they need to achieve for most of our undergraduate course,” Professor Germov said.“Students and their parents can now book a virtual consultation with an advisor to discuss all the options.”