What's in it for me?
If you’re considering undergraduate study, it’s important to understand what’s involved in making the commitment to undertake studies at the degree level. You can be assured there is help available to assist you in making your decision.
Which university should I study at?
Once you have decided that you want to go on to university, an important consideration after your choice of course or program will be where to undertake your studies.
How can i afford to study?
Before you undertake university studies, it is important to think about the fees you will have to pay for the course you have chosen.
Make sure you apply for financial support
As an upper high school student or a recent high school graduate you may be considering further studies after high school. Or you may be an older, mature age person wondering how to go about undertaking further education.
Use the resources available to you. Find out where the Scholarship Office is at your university.
What are the alternatives?
Whether you are a recent school leaver or a mature-aged applicant, you will find many different ways to get into university through alternative entry pathways.
If they can do it, so can you!
Read some inspiring stories from over 50 people who have either already been to university or are currently going to university.
It can be very rewarding to make contact and keep in touch with others who've either been through or are going through experiences similar to your own.
Keeping you up to date
Keep up to date with what's going on in the world of Indigenous education.
Helpful terms and phrases
If you are new to the world of universities and higher education here are some terms and phrases you may find useful.