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Tertiary Entry Program (TEP)

Tertiary Entry Program (TEP)

The Tertiary Entry Program (TEP) is an enabling course for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to assist them to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to undertake university study.

The course involves studying units that embrace an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus to prepare students for successful participation in university study. TEP can be studied either part time or full time, usually over the period of one year.

You can study by distance and study from anywhere in Australia.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The Tertiary Entry Program is free of tuition fees; however there are associated costs with stationery, photocopying and printing.

CAN I RECEIVE FINANCIAL SUPPORT?

The Tertiary Entry Program is Abstudy approved. You may be eligible for financial support while undertaking the course. For more information call Centrelink on 1800 132 317 or visit www.centrelink.gov.au

WHAT WILL I RECEIVE ONCE I HAVE COMPLETED TEP?

You will receive a certificate of completion as well as a TER (Tertiary Entry Rank) valid for entry into a CQUniversity course for which you are eligible.

HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION AND APPLY?

For more information please contact CQUniversity on 1800 651 891 or email tep@cqu.edu.au.

To apply please download the application form here and submit to:

School of Access Education
CQUniversity Australia
Locked Bag 3333
Bundaberg QLD 4670