TERTIARY & ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS
Traditionally, enrolment in an Agricultural College was purely designed to better equip young people to run the family farm – but it is time to put those beliefs out to pasture and take a fresh new look at the innovative range of studies now on offer.
ENTRY TO UNIVERSITY
Students graduating from the College generally enter University through an Australian Tertiary Aggregate Rank (ATAR) generated through the class based courses and external exams. Students wishing to access tertiary studies must enrol in the ATAR Pathway. Interested students are advised to contact the admissions office of individual universities for details of specific courses and entrance requirements. Alternative entry paths may be available for students not using the ATAR process to gain entry. Principal’s recommendation for Muresk and University of New England are examples of alternative entry.
Coastal and Marine Science
Applied Geology and Environmental Biology
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management)
Bachelor of Science (Conservation and Wildlife Biology)
Environmental Management and Sustainability
Conservation and Wildlife Biology
CHARLES STURT (MURESK)
Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management
Curtin offers alternative pathways into its courses for applicants who may not meet Curtin's minimum entry requirements. These pathways enable students to study at a number of different levels and articulate to the undergraduate Bachelor degree or a Masters or Doctorate qualification.
For more information please check the Curtin University website and follow the links:
EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY
The Application process will differ depending on your pathway. To find out which process to use visit www.reachyourpotential.com.au/entry.
Students may enter courses via their ATAR score, if this is not achieved there is a Portfolio.
Entrance into Murdoch is via ATAR score for the particular course. To find out alternative admission pathways please visit the university website http://murdoch.edu.au.
Charles Sturt University deliver a course in Agricultural Business Management from the Muresk site at Northam.