Swinburne’s early entry program is offering an ATAR free entry process to help the 2020 virus affected Year 12 cohort.
The program provides access to popular Swinburne courses including Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Health Sciences and Bachelor of Design, along with a range of first year of degree, Unilink diploma offerings.
Students must complete Year 12, secure a recommendation from their secondary school and meet minimum English requirements.
Those that submit a secondary school recommendation will also receive a direct conditional offer for their desired course at Swinburne.
Vice-Chancellor (Education and Quality) Professor Chris Pilgrim says that he understands Year 12 students have faced difficult year.
“Swinburne has a long history of providing pathways for students to follow their passion for a career or to establish their own business to take advantage of the opportunities in a digital society. Our focus remains on assuring rigorous academic quality, while allowing students from all backgrounds and circumstances to succeed, ” says Prof Pilgrim.
Swinburne adapted its approach and liaised with secondary schools and VTAC to deliver this program.
For more details on the program, see Swinburne's website.