Many students are surprised to learn that they are eligible for the Murdoch Uni OnTrack program. In this video, Nazli explains a bit about what OnTrack is and who is eligible and how you should apply.
The key points from the video to know
- OnTrack is a 14 week free program that once completed will be used to give you entry into Murdoch.
- You can apply if you are:
- A school leaver who experienced disruption during your year 12 exams; this could be something like moving schools, living in a regional area, or receiving poor advice from your school on getting into uni.
- Non-school leavers who are in a difficult situation such as; you have a medical condition or disability, English is your second language, you have been unemployed for a long time.
- The video also discusses TOP (Tertiary Options Project), which is for students who have had something severe happen during their year 12 studies that prevented them from getting the results they needed to get in to uni.
To apply for OnTrack call (08) 9360 2609 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for TOP call (08) 9360 6084 or email email@example.com
If you have any questions, or even if you think your situation may not count, contact our Student Centre and chat to someone and you may find that you are eligible for the program. If not, our lovely Student Centre staff can help you find a way of making your goal of studying at uni come true!
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