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Key details

Duration

2 year/s full-time
4 year/s part-time
2 year/s full-time

Intake

Semester 1, Semester 2
On campus - Semester 1, Semester 2, Summer Semester
Online - No

Locations

Casuarina campus, Online
Casuarina campus

Credit points required

160

Course code

STCH01
SATAC/UAC codes

Overview

If you already hold a bachelor degree in a field other than education, a Master of Teaching can help you to become a teacher in two years. At CDU, you can study your Master of Teaching online or on campus, part time or full time. This makes it easier to study where, when and how it suits you.

On graduating, you'll be eligible to register as a teacher in all states and territories in Australia.

The Master of Teaching qualifies you to teach early childhood (birth to year 7), primary (transition to year 7) or secondary (year 8 to 12). Before you start studying, you'll need to choose the stream that suits your career goals and interests.

The course prepares you for new and changing roles as an educator. You will develop continuing awareness of the environmental and cultural influences on teaching and learning. You'll also explore the needs of learners and communities with diverse linguistic and cultural orientations, including Indigenous learners.

As a teacher, your levels of personal literacy and numeracy will be broadly equivalent to the top 30% of the Australian population.

The Early Childhood and Primary stream has a requirement of 70 to 80 days of Professional experience
The Secondary stream has a requirement of 60 to 80 days of Professional experience.

Professional recognition

The Master of Teaching has been accredited through the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory. It is consistent with the standards established by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership for the Accreditation of Initial Teacher Education Programs in Australia.

The Early Childhood and Primary Teaching stream in this program is approved with the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) .

Graduates of the course will be eligible for teacher registration across all Australian State and Territory jurisdictions (subject to meeting other eligibility criteria such as the National Literacy and Numeracy test for Initial Teacher Education aligned with Teacher Registration Requirement, English proficiency and suitability to teach).

Before applying for admission, students intending to seek employment should have the relevant State/Territory employment authority (eg State or Territory Department of Education, or Catholic Education Office) confirm their eligibility and suitability for employment.

Credit transfers and advanced standing

Pathways


Pathways for Higher Education to Higher Education

For information about credit transfer available to students with complete or incomplete study at this or other Institutions refer to Pathways for Higher Education to Higher Education

Credit transfer

For further information on credit transfer and how to apply visit ASK CDU

Fees

Commonwealth supported places

Commonwealth Supported places are available in this course to students who meet one of the following residency requirements:

(a) Australian Citizenship; or

(b) a New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident visa holder who will be resident within Australia for the duration of the unit.

2022: Information about fees and charges can be found at Fees and Payments.

2023: Information about fees and charges will be published no later than 1 December 2022.

International tuition fees

The annual tuition fee for full time study is AUD $28,104.00. This equates to $3,513.00 per 10 credit point unit (0.125 EFTSL).
These fees are subject to increases annually, effective at the start of each calendar year.

You can find a list of International fees and payments you can expect to pay as part of your studies in Australia.

CDU offers a number of scholarships to international students to assist with the cost of study.

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Why study at CDU?

Study a postgraduate course at Charles Darwin University to upskill at work, fast-track your career, increase your job prospects or explore a new interest. We offer flexible study options so you don't have to put your life on hold while you learn.

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  • Our graduates enjoy higher than average employment rates and starting salaries

What will I study?

The Master of Teaching runs in three streams: early childhood and primary teaching, primary teaching and secondary teaching. You will need to choose a stream when you apply for the course.

Course structure

Depending on your stream, you'll study a range of core units and specialist elective units. These units are designed to give you skills and techniques for fostering positive development and learning in the children you'll teach.

The Master of Teaching includes theory-based study and practical placements. Over the course of your degree, you'll complete four professional experience blocks in schools and at learning sites. These will require a full-time commitment.

You can study the Master of Teaching online as an external student, on campus as an internal student, or as a mix of both. All students have access to and are encouraged to use online learning materials and interaction.


All students must pass prior to graduation the ACER Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE) as required by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). The cost of the testing will be met by the student. Refer to https://teacheredtest.acer.edu.au/

Please check the pre-requisite and assumed knowledge requirements prior to enrolment.


A candidate must successfully complete units totalling 160 credit points (cp) as detailed below. All units are valued at 10 credit points unless indicated.

The Early Childhood & Primary and Primary streams have a requirement of 70 to 80 days of Professional experience. The Secondary stream has a requirement of 60 to 80 days of Professional experience.
Professional Experience units MUST be undertaken in the following sequences: 
Early Childhood and Primary and Primary streams: EPE510, EPE520, EPE540, EPE530; 
Secondary stream: EPE510, EPE520, EPE531.

Unit typeCredit PointsSpecific requirements
Core Units
(4 units)
40cpCompulsory Core units totalling 40 credit points as per the list of units detailed below:

EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and Assessment
EPE520 Developmental Learning and Pedagogy
EST503 Teaching Indigenous Learners
EST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 Diversity, Inclusion and Special Education from 2020)

Specialist Elective
(12 units)
120cp

Specialist Elective units totalling 120 credit points selected from the list of available units detailed below:

EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY
Complete all of:
ECE500 Play, Pedagogies and Philosophies in Early Childhood
ECE510 Leadership, Advocacy and Research
ECL516 Early Years Literacy and English
ECL523 Mathematics with Young Children
ECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences Education
ECU511 Arts, Health and PE for the Early Years
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and Writing
EMA511 Mathematics and Pedagogy
EPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful Teaching
EPE540 Specialist Knowledges and Pedagogy
ESC511 Science and Technology in Education
Plus 10cp from the following:
Group A

ELA515 Primary Specialisation: English and Literature
ELA522 Primary Specialisation: Languages Other Than English
EMA522 Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching (unit title change 2022)
ESC522 Primary Specialisation: Science and Technology
EST533 Primary Specialisation: Special Education, Language and Literacy

PRIMARY
Complete all of:

ECU500 Arts Education
ECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences Education
ECU503 Health and Physical Education
ELA511 English, Language and Literacy
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and Writing
EMA511 Mathematics and Pedagogy
EMA522 Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching (unit title change 2022)
ESC511 Science and Technology in Education
EPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful Teaching
EPE540 Specialist Knowledges and Pedagogy
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom Practice
Plus 10cp from the following:
Group B

ELA515 Primary Specialisation: English and Literature
ELA522 Primary Specialisation: Languages Other Than English
EMA512 Mathematics and Context
ESC522 Primary Specialisation: Science and Technology
EST533 Primary Specialisation: Special Education, Language and Literacy

SECONDARY
Complete all of:
ELA513 English as an Additional Language
EPE531 Impactful Teaching and Learner Engagement for Secondary
EST504 Digital Technologies and Education
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom Practice
ETL501 Learning and Teaching Adolescents
ETL502 Secondary Schooling Operations and Practices
Plus
40cp (4 units) from Group C; and
20cp (2 units) from Group D or E

Group C(40 cp)
Note: Students must complete both of the Teaching the Curriculum units (ECM Junior and Senior Secondary) for two of the teaching areas listed below:

e.g. for Science teaching area, you will need to undertake:
ECM501 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Science; and
ECM502 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Science

ECM501 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Science
ECM502 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Science
ECM511 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Health and Physical Education
ECM512 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Health and Physical Education
ECM513 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Visual Arts
ECM523 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Visual Arts
ECM514 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Geography
ECM515 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Geography
ECM516 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Economics
ECM517 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Economics
ECM518 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Indigenous Knowledge Systems
ECM519 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Indigenous Knowledge Systems
ECM531 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Music
ECM532 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Music
ECM533 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Legal Studies
ECM534 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Legal Studies
ECM541 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Technologies (unit title change 2022)
ECM542 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Digital Technology
ECM551 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Languages Other Than English
ECM552 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Languages Other Than English
ECM561 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary Maths
ECM562 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary Maths
ECM581 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary English
ECM582 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary English
ECM591 Teaching the Curriculum: Junior Secondary History
ECM592 Teaching the Curriculum: Senior Secondary History

Group D (20cp) Further Education or Group E (20cp) Discipline

Group D (20cp)
Graduates with two teaching areas:

Students who have fully completed the teacher registration requirements for teaching areas (Major and Minor) within their undergraduate degree complete any two units from the following sequence:

EMA512 Mathematics and Context
ESC511 Science and Technology in Education
ELA511 English, Language and Literacy
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and Writing

Group E (20cp)
Graduates with only a major/minor teaching area:

Students, who did not complete the teacher registration requirements for teaching areas (Major/Minor) within their undergraduate degree, must complete two teaching area discipline units (20 credit points) from the Bachelor of Education Secondary WEDS01

 

 160cpTotal Credit Points

 

Students who commenced in or after 2013

The grade of "PC" cannot be counted towards a Masters Degree by Coursework AQF Level 9 course award.
Students should refer to the current Grading Policy and Common Course Rules for further information.

Course Structure Change and Transition Arrangements - 2022

There has been a small course structure change for the mathematics units included in the primary stream.
There is no change to the early childhood and primary or the secondary streams.

Primary stream
EMA522 Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching (previously Primary Specialisation: Mathematics) has been moved to a required specialist elective.
EMA512 Mathematics and Context has been moved from a required specialist elective to an optional specialist elective

>Existing students who have already completed EMA512 are not required to also complete EMA522 but may take it as specialist elective.
>Existing and new students who have not yet completed EMA512 should complete EMA522 as the required mathematics unit.

 

Study plan

Students commencing in Semester 1

The Recommended Study Plan provided below is suitable for a student commencing in semester 1 and enrolling in a standard load. Students entering this course with advanced standing, or wishing to reduce or vary their study plan due to work, personal, financial or other reasons should use the table as a guide to create an individual study plan.

Legend:CO = Core UnitSE = Specialist Elective

EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1
EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCOEPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCO
ECE500 Play, Pedagogies and Philosophies in Early ChildhoodSEEST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
ECU511 Arts, Health and PE for the Early YearsSEECL523 Mathematics with Young ChildrenSE
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and WritingSEEST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 from 2020)CO
Year 2
ECE510 Leadership, Advocacy and ResearchSEECL516 Early Years Literacy and EnglishSE
EMA511 Mathematics and PedagogySEECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences EducationSE
EPE540 Specialist Knowledges and PedagogySEEPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful TeachingSE
Specialist Elective Group ASEESC511 Science and Technology in EducationSE

PRIMARY

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1
EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCOEPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCO
ECU503 Health and Physical EducationSEEST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
ELA511 English, Language and LiteracySEEMA522 Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching (replaces EMA512)SE
Specialist Elective Group BSEEST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 from 2020)CO
Year 2
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and WritingSEECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences EducationSE
EPE540 Specialist Knowledges and PedagogySEEPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful TeachingSE
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom PracticeSEECU500 Arts EducationSE
EMA511 Mathematics and PedagogySEESC511 Science and Technology in EducationSE

SECONDARY

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1
EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCOEPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCO
ETL502 Secondary Schooling Operations and PracticesSEETL501 Learning and Teaching AdolescentsSE
Specialist Elective Group C - ECM Junior SecondarySEEST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
Specialist Elective Group D or ESESpecialist Elective Group C - ECM Senior SecondarySE
Year 2
Specialist Elective Group C - ECM Junior SecondarySESpecialist Elective Group C - ECM Senior SecondarySE
ELA513 English as an Additional LanguageSEEST504 Digital Technologies and EducationSE
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom PracticeSEEST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 from 2020)CO
EPE531 Impactful Teaching and Learner Engagement for SecondarySESpecialist Elective Group D or ESE

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Students commencing in Semester 2

The Recommended Study Plan provided below is suitable for a student commencing in semester 2 and enrolling in a standard load. Students entering this course with advanced standing, or wishing to reduce or vary their study plan due to work, personal, financial or other reasons should use the table as a guide to create an individual study plan.

Legend:CO = Core UnitSE = Specialist Elective

 EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1
  EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCO
  ECL523 Mathematics with Young ChildrenSE
  EST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
  ECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences EducationSE
Year 2
EPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCOEST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 from 2020)CO
ECE500 Play, Pedagogies and Philosophies in Early ChildhoodSEECL516 Early Years Literacy and EnglishSE
ECU511 Arts, Health and PE for the Early YearsSEEPE540 Specialist Knowledges and PedagogySE
Specialist Elective Group ASEESC511 Science and Technology in EducationSE
Year 3
ECE510 Leadership, Advocacy and ResearchSE  
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and WritingSE  
EMA511 Mathematics and PedagogySE  
EPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful TeachingSE  

PRIMARY

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1
  EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCO
  

EST503 Teaching Indigenous Learners

CO
  EMA522 Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching (replaces EMA512)SE
  EST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 from 2020)CO
Year 2
EPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCOECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences EducationSE
ECU503 Health and Physical EducationSEEPE540 Specialist Knowledges and PedagogySE
ELA511 English, Language and LiteracySEECU500 Arts EducationSE
Specialist Elective Group BSEESC511 Science and Technology in EducationSE
Year 3
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and WritingSE  
EPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful TeachingSE  
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom PracticeSE  
EMA511 Mathematics and PedagogySE  

SECONDARY (Study Plan revised 28/03/2019)

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1
  EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCO
  ETL501 Learning and Teaching AdolescentsSE
  EST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
  Specialist Elective Group D or ESE
Year 2
EPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCOEST504 Digital Technologies and EducationSE
ETL502 Secondary Schooling Operations and PracticesSEEST535 Society and Education (replaces EST531 from 2020)CO
Specialist Elective Group C - ECM Junior SecondarySESpecialist Elective Group C - ECM Senior SecondarySE
Specialist Elective Group C - ECM Junior SecondarySESpecialist Elective Group C - ECM Senior SecondarySE
Year 3
ELA513 English as an Additional LanguageSE  
EPE531 Impactful Teaching and Learner Engagement for SecondarySE  
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom PracticeSE  
Specialist Elective Group D or ESE  

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Students commencing in Summer Semester 2022 - Intake is available to International students only

The recommended study plan provided below is suitable for a student commencing in summer semester and enrolling in a standard load.

Legend:CO = Core UnitSE = Specialist Elective

EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY

Semester 1Semester 2Summer Semester (Tri3)
Year 1 (2022)
    EST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
    EST535 Society and EducationCO
    ECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences EducationSE
    EMA511 Mathematics and PedagogySE
Year 2 (2023)
EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCOEPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCO  
ECU511 Arts, Health and PE for the Early YearsSEECL516 Early Years Literacy and EnglishSE  
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and WritingSEECL523 Mathematics with Young ChildrenSE  
Specialist Elective Group ASEESC511 Science and Technology in EducationSE  
Year 3 (2024)
EPE540 Specialist Knowledges and PedagogySEEPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful TeachingCO  
ECE500 Play, Pedagogies and Philosophies in Early ChildhoodSE    
ECE510 Leadership, Advocacy
and Research
SE    
 SE    

PRIMARY

Semester 1Semester 2Summer Semester (Tri3)
Year 1 (2022)
    EST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
    EST535 Society and EducationCO
    EMA511 Mathematics and PedagogySE
Year 2 (2023)
EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCOEPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCO  
ECU503 Health and Physical EducationSEECU500 Arts EducationSE  
ELA511 English, Language and LiteracySEECU501 Humanities and Social Sciences EducationSE  
ELA512 English Literacy: Reading and WritingSEEMA522 Mathematical Content Knowledge for TeachingSE  
Year 3 (2024)
EPE540 Specialist Knowledges and PedagogySEEPE530 Classroom Ready: Impactful TeachingSE  
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom PracticeSEESC511 Science and Technology in EducationSE  
Specialist Elective Group BSE    

SECONDARY

Semester 1Semester 2Summer Semester (Tri3)
Year 1 (2022)
    EST503 Teaching Indigenous LearnersCO
    EST535 Society and EducationCO
    ELA513 English as an Additional LanguageSE
    EST504 Digital Technologies and EducationSE
Year 2 (2023)
EPE510 Education in Context: Preparation for Practice and AssessmentCOEPE520 Developmental Learning and PedagogyCO  
ETL502 Secondary Schooling Operations and PracticesSEETL501 Learning and Teaching AdolescentsSE  
Specialist Elective Group C - ECM Junior SecondarySESpecialist Elective Group C - ECM Senior SecondarySE  
Specialist Elective Group C - ECM Junior SecondarySESpecialist Elective Group C - ECM Senior SecondarySE  
Year 3 (2024)
EST532 Projects in Researching Classroom PracticeSEEPE531 Impactful Teaching and Learner Engagement for SecondarySE  
Specialist Elective Group D or ESE    
Specialist Elective Group D or ESE    

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Entry requirements

Admission criteria

Early Childhood -
Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification in either early childhood, primary or an area relevant to early childhood/ primary curriculum, such as art, music, technologies, English, health and physical education, mathematics, science or humanities and social sciences (e.g. history and geography).

Primary -
Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification with at least one-year equivalent full-time study in an area relevant to primary curriculum, such as art, music, technologies, English, health and physical education, mathematics, science or humanities and social sciences (e.g. history and geography).

Secondary -

Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification comprising of a major sequence and a minor sequence in two of the following secondary teaching areas: English, legal studies, Indigenous studies, accounting, business studies, economics, geography, history, mathematics, languages other than English, music, technologies, visual arts, chemistry, biology/ecology, environmental science, physics and health and physical education.

A major sequence is defined as one quarter of a three-year degree and a minor sequence is defined as one sixth of a three-year degree.

Note: if you have completed a major sequence in a teaching area, but do not meet the minimum requirements of one sixth in a second teaching area you are required to contact Student Central on 1800 061 963 or student.central@cdu.edu.au for advice before submitting your application to study.

Additional admission requirements

Applicants must complete the Teaching Capabilities Statement used to demonstrate suitability for study and work in the teaching profession.

Essential requirements

Criminal History Check

You must have cleared a Police Check and/or Working with Children Check before you can undertake your practical placements. If your Police Check and/or Working with Children Check are not cleared by the education sector, you will not be able to undertake practice teaching placements and therefore, will not meet the requirements of the course.

English language requirements

To gain entry into Charles Darwin University, all Higher Education applicants must satisfy the University's English Language Proficiency Requirements for their chosen course of study. International applicants will be required to supply evidence of this at the time of application.

The minimum English language requirement for this course is met by either:

  • two years higher education (tertiary) study in English in either Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom or United States of America.
  • undertaking one of the following English language tests and obtaining the minimum requirements listed below.
IELTS Academic ModuleA minimum overall score of 7.0 with no band less than 7.0 (effective as of Semester 1 2021 and future intakes).
Cambridge Advanced English (CAE)A minimum overall score of 185, with no skill below 185.
Common European Framework Certificate of English ProficiencyTest not accepted for this course.
Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic moduleA minimum overall score of 65 with no score lower than 65.
TOEFL Internet-based Test (iBT)A minimum overall score of 94 with no score less than 23 in speaking and 24 in listening, 24 in reading, 27 in writing.

* All tests are valid for two years from the date of the test to the date of commencement at CDU, unless otherwise specified.
* Where applicable, international applicants must also satisfy the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) English language requirements for student visa applications.

Do you have a question regarding English requirements at CDU? Please email: international@cdu.edu.au.

 

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Course details

Accreditation

This course is accredited by the University in accordance with the Higher Education Standards.

Inherent Requirements

There are inherent requirements for this course. Students must read and understand the requirements for this course.

Australian qualification framework

This course is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 9.

Additional information

Can offers be deferred?
Yes
Award
Master of Teaching
Faculty/College
College of Indigenous Futures, Education and the Arts
Sector
HE
Area of study
Education

Contact details

For further information about the course, enrolment procedures, closing dates and other administrative issues please contact Student Central on:

Email:student.central@cdu.edu.auPhone:(08) 8946 7766 or 1800 061 963 (free call)

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Together we are a positive force for change in our communities and the world.

How to apply

There are many ways to apply to CDU. The method you use depends on your course type, where you live and whether you are a new or returning student to CDU.

Remember to apply early for your best chance at securing an offer to study with us.

SATAC

SATAC is the application channel for residents of NT, ACT, SA, WA, QLD, VIC or TAS.

UAC

UAC is the application channel for residents of NSW.

International applications

Applications must be submitted online through our application portal, Studylink. You'll need a valid email address to create your online account. Once you have started your application, you will be able to save it and resume it later. There is no application fee when you apply online.

You may be able to lodge a direct application; however, there may be restrictions on your geographic location. If you cannot submit a direct application via the application portal, please apply through one of our registered agents.

Apply through StudyLink or through an Agent.

SATAC/UAC codes

Location
SATAC Code
UAC Code
Casuarina campus
Early Childhood and Primary (CSP)
1CM077
823200
Primary (CSP)
1CM081
823250
Secondary (CSP)
1CM085
823240
Online
Early Childhood and Primary (CSP)
1CM077
823200
Primary (CSP)
1CM081
823250
Secondary (CSP)
1CM085
823240
* CSP = Commonwealth supported place
FF = Full fee

CRICOS codes

Location
CRICOS Code
Casuarina campus
Early Childhood and Primary
097217C
Primary
097217C
Secondary
097217C

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