From choosing how many subjects to study to preparing for big exam dates, we’re here to help you plan your studies around your lifestyle.
Of all the ways to change your path in life, we think education is the best. But it's a big commitment, especially if you're already working, bringing up a family or don't like the idea of giving up your social life. That's why we make online study as flexible and accessible as we can.
Applying for credit
Gain credit for your previous study and work experience to fast track your degree.
Study at home, work, overseas, anywhere you like—when you study online, your campus is anywhere that you’ve set up your computer and internet access.
Depending on your course, you might need to take an exam. Here's an overview of what to expect and where to get help.
Where you’re from and where you are shouldn’t be barriers to your education—but you might have some unique requirements to consider.
All the important study and exam dates, including close of enrolment dates, close of application dates and census dates.
Minimum age requirements
If you’re aged 13 years or over, we can help you study—with your parent or guardian’s permission.
Fit your learning around your life. Find out how many hours you’ll need to spend on each subject, and how many subjects you can commit to.