Why should I study SACE for University Program?
This program helps you to build the skills you need to enter a range of tertiary courses.
The skills you learn in one subject will support you to be successful in another. When you enrol in this course, you will have an informal get-together with your teachers so that they can learn about you and how you learn best. They will then work with you to design a course based on your interests, and that is suitable for your needs. Your teachers will work side-by-side with you, and also work with the other teachers in the Package, to support your learning journey.
Where does the SACE for University Program lead?
When you complete this Program, you will have developed the foundations for study at university or TAFE. You will have explored a variety of topics that are particularly of interest to you and developed your knowledge and skills in these areas.
You will also be eligible for an ATAR, this means you can apply for a range of different courses at university.
In previous years, students who have completed this course have successfully been accepted into their first or second university preference or TAFE course.
What work will I do in the SACE for University Program?
The work that you do will all be designed around your learning needs and interests.
The assessments will be based on the course outline from the following SACE subjects:
- Essential English or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
- Society and Culture
- Information Processing and Publishing
- Health and Wellbeing
- Research Project
What do other students think about the SACE for University Program?
This course helped me to improve my speaking and reading in English, as we practiced literacy skills in all of our classes. The teachers were friendly and helpful and very supportive of our learning and personal needs.Abdallah
The best subjects you can choose as they help to prepare you for university. They improve your communication skills.Felix
Where can I find more information about the SACE for University Program?
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