UAC Undergraduate Course Description

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B Aboriginal Professional Practice

University of Newcastle

CampusType of
place
UAC codePattern of attendance 2013 cut-offStart dateMajor offer round
Newcastle – Callaghan CSP  480015  3F/EqP 61.80 3 Mar 2014
28 Jul 2014
16 Jan 2014
11 Jun 2014

For information about when you'll need to apply to be considered in each offer round refer to UAC applications and offer round dates. Check the course search for the most recent final closing date.

Major studies: Aboriginal cultural studies, Aboriginal research methods and field practice, communication studies.

Honours: An additional honours program is available to meritorious students who complete their degree studies with normally at least a credit grade average.

Career opportunities: Examples include business, government, non-government organisations, land councils, policy analyst, management and administration, health, legal services, tertiary education sectors, public relations, foreign affairs, case managers, community development officers and general administrators, in both Aboriginal and mainstream career opportunities.

Additional information: This program is available to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal applicants.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are invited to the University for an interview prior to admission. The Wollotuka Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Centre at the University co-ordinates this process. Applicants may gain direct entry into the entry or be advised to do an enabling program offered through the University's English Language and Foundation Studies Centre.

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