Programs on offer
Develop students practical academic skills, including: critical thinking, reading, researching and writing
- Workshops -on campus and online
- Subscribe to workshop alerts
- Request a workshop
- Archived workshops
- Study skills
- Drop-in consultations
- After-hours help
- Make an appointment
- Information for lecturers and tutors
- For students
Applications are now open for TEP in Semester 1, 2015
Applying for TEP
Applying for Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) is a two-step process:
- Complete and submit this online enquiry/application form
- Within 24 hours of submission, you will be emailed information about the online diagnostic task. You must complete this task to be offered a place in the TEP program.
Charles Darwin University's Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) gives you the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to succeed at university.
When you have completed the program, you will meet the minimum requirements for most CDU undergraduate degrees.
Face-to-face tutorial support is also available at CDU Sydney, located in the Sydney CBD.
The program is a pathway into university for people who:
- did not complete Year 12, and/or
- have not studied for a while and lack the confidence to achieve academically, and/or
- did not achieve an adequate Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).
Benefits of TEP
- TEP is free for Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens (residing in Australia), permanent residents and Humanitarian Visa holders.
(There may be some costs for textbooks, depending on the units you study)
- You can study TEP internally or externally
- You can study TEP full-time or part-time
- You must be at least 18 years of age
- You must not be an International Student Visa Holder
|TEP General Enquiries||
T: 08 8946 7766
|TEP Admissions Advisor||Palma Keeley||Chelsey de Wet|
|T: 08 8946 6021||T: 08 8946 7041|
|Orange 1, Casuarina campus|
Information Centre, Casuarina campus
Information Centre, Alice Springs campus
Alternative university preparation program for Indigenous applicants (on campus)