TEP is the ideal course to prepare you to successfully complete an undergraduate course. TEP aims to:
Throughout the course students participate in learning experiences which are personally and culturally affirming. We value the skills and knowledge you bring when you come to study. These skills and experiences are an important aspect of learning. Office of Indigenous Engagement staff members are friendly and helpful; they are here to assist students with all aspects of their studies.
The Tertiary Entry Program (TEP) embraces an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus to prepare students for successful participation in undergraduate and postgraduate university degree courses. Students who successfully complete the full course gain a Tertiary Entry Ranking (TER) which gives them access to Undergraduate courses at Australian universities.
|Duration||1 years full-time|
|Credit Points that Must be Earned||36|
|Number of Units Required||CQUniversity uses the concept of credits to express the amount of study required for a particular course and individual units. The number of units varies between courses.|
|Expected Hours of Study||Information not available|
|Course Type||Non-award Award|
|Qualification (post nominal)||No information available at this time|
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
Applicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or hold permanent resident or humanitarian visas.
Applicants will be required to undertake:
The assessment and interview will guide the planning of an individual course of study which will meet the minimum entry requirements for the student's preferred CQUniversity undergraduate course.
Students have the choice of studying full-time or part-time, The full course requires completion of 6 units. Recognition of prior learning provides the opportunity to exit the course early through negotiation with the TEP Coordinator.
|Interim Awards||Not applicable|
|Exit Awards||Not applicable|
|Professional Accreditation||not applicable|
|Learned Society Accreditiation||
|Compulsory Residential School||To be advised.|
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|Year||Number of Students|
|Number of units: 4||Total credit points: 24|
You will need to discuss suitable elective units with the TEP Coordinator at the Academic Learning Services Unit so that your course provides the necessary preparation for your preferred undergraduate course.
|Students may choose to do any of the following:|
|COMM40054||Introduction to Creative Writing|
|EDCU40029||Numeracy Concepts And Applications|
|INDG40007||Indigenous Australians And Politics|
|LAWS40047||Introduction To Law In Australia|
|INDG40015||Indigenous Australians and Education|
|INDG40016||Indigenous Australians and Health|
|INDG40017||Indigenous Australians: Business and Economy|
|INDG40018||Indigenous Australians: The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences|
|SKIL40025||Preparation Skills for University|
|COIT40206||Computing Skills for University|
|LNGE40049||Essay Writing for University|
|LNGE40064||Technical Writing for University|
|MATH40237||Fundamental Mathematics for University|
|MATH40228||Intermediate Mathematics for University|
|MATH40252||Technical Mathematics for University|
|SKIL40016||Positive Learning for University|