If Year 12 didn't pan out as you’d hoped, know that it’s not all over. No matter your results, nothing stands between you and university study, because we’re here to help.
Through Open Universities Australia, you can start studying with universities across the country, without entry requirements holding you back.
Too good to be true? Here’s how it works
We have a unique open-door policy which means we can help everyone, no matter their results, study online with top-notch universities.
So, how does it work? Well, a number of degrees let you enrol in open enrolment subjects to begin with, without having to apply for the full degree. If you pass these subjects successfully, they can often be credited to a full degree.
Switch from online to on-campus down the track
Keen to live the on-campus life? Just because you started studying a degree online doesn't mean that's how you have to finish it.
You can get credit for completed subjects and transfer on campus - it makes no difference that you studied online or with different universities. On the other hand, if you find online study works for you and your lifestyle, you can complete your whole degree online, and get the same qualification as on campus students.
Taylah's study story
Instead of going into panic mode about the ATAR needed for her dream degree, Taylah enrolled in a few core subjects online from Griffith University’s Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice through us. From there, she got accepted into the full degree. She hasn't looked back.
Universities you can study with through us
If you’re unsure which degree is your best fit, studying a subject or two online can help you decide. You’ll be able to get familiar with the course content and better understand your career possibilities. Once your sights are set, the subjects you’ve completed could be credited towards your degree.
Check out some of the subjects you can enrol in now
Fundamentals of Marketing
Digital Culture and Everyday Life
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital Experience and Interaction Design) (Digital and Social Media)
- Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) (Digital and Social Media)
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital and Social Media) (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital and Social Media) (Visual Culture)
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital and Social Media)
- Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Information Technology