UC's Accelerated Pathways Program allows ACT Year 11 students to study on-campus and earn credit towards a UC degree. This unique opportunity provides the chance to experience what University study is really like and get a step ahead of the pack.
Applications for the 2022 Accelerated Pathways Program will open in November 2021. It will be made available online in Term 4, 2021.
Studying in the University of Canberra Accelerated Pathways Program will complement your ACT Year 11 and 12 College studies and give you access to the library, computer systems and modern learning and research facilities at UC.
You'll thrive in an environment where innovation, collaboration and hands-on experience unite to expand your horizons and create a pathway to your future.
The UC Accelerated Pathways Program is a great way to get a taste of what to study for your future career.
Study a ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies accredited H Course.
Complete two units towards your Year 12 Senior Secondary School Certificate and ATAR.
Be considered for early entry offers into relevant UC courses.
Earn credit towards University studies at UC in the subject areas completed.
Gain crucial knowledge and insight into the language of business. Learn how managers can identify, obtain, manipulate and analyse data in order to make more informed business decisions.
Explore the theoretical foundations of computer science, including binary numbers and Boolean logic, computer architecture and the fundamentals of modern programming languages.
Investigate the structure and function of the human body including cells, tissues and organs, exploring the interrelationships and the regulation of physiological functions.
Analyse and unpack psychological research and psychologists methods to understand why people think and behave as they do across a selection of common real-world situations.
2021 applications close
2021 offers released
2021 on-campus orientation
2021 classes commence
Please ensure you familiarise yourself with these important details before applying.