REGISTER NOW TO ATTEND THE CAIRNS ADMISSION WORKSHOP
The Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University are inviting prospective students to attend their admission workshop, being held in Cairns on November 14th, 2016. At this workshop, prospective students will sit an admissions test and have the opportunity to talk to staff members about courses, support services and pathways available at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies.
Through the block study mode, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are able to obtain their degree by attending the university four times a year and participating in intensive study blocks.
The block release program allows students to maintain the balance of career, study and family life to further their education. Students undertake a common first year before selecting a major in:
• Indigenous Community Management and Development
• Indigenous Community Health
• Indigenous Mental Health
Should you choose to apply for the above courses at the Centre for Aborignal Studies and do not reside within 100km of the Perth metro area, the following will be provided to you as a student;
• Travel will be provided from your closest majort airport travelling to Perth.
• Shared accommodation at self-contained apartments in Perth.
• Meal Allowance.
Travel and accommodation support is available for those residing outside of Cairns (NT, eastern states) who wish to attend the admissions workshop. Centre for Aboriginal Studies encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent who are interested in pursuing higher education to attend.
For further information, please contact Sophie Kelly at email@example.com or (08) 9266 7091.
Registering on Eventbrite does not guarantee attendance or entry into CAS. If you wish to attend the Admissions workshop, please contact Centre for Aboriginal Studies on (08) 9266 7091 to provide your details and for registration forms to be completed by 30th September.