Additional study pathways
Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) is CDU's free alternative entry program into University.
You can complete the program online or on campus in as little as 16 weeks.
Upon completion, you will meet the requirements to apply for entry to most CDU undergraduate degrees.
Our free Preparation for Tertiary Success (PTS) program has been specially designed for Indigenous students who:
- have not studied in a while,
- have not completed year 12, or
- don't know if you can succeed at university.
PTS will help you develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to be successful at university. Successful completion of PTS will allow you to meet the minimum entry requirements for most CDU undergraduate degrees.
Applying for PTS can be completed online and is free.
Enrolled in a course leading to an award at another Australian Institution?
You may be able to undertake approved units at CDU for credit at your home institution.
If you’ve had a break from your studies and would like to re-enrol with CDU, it’s a good idea to give Student Central a call to discuss your current enrolment status.
If your enrolment is still active, Student Central will be able to advise on the next steps to resume your studies with CDU.
If your enrolment has lapsed, you will need to apply through the appropriate channel for re-admission into your course.
At CDU, you have the flexibility to enrol in single units as a miscellaneous student. These units are full fee paying, so it’s a good idea to check the unit fees.
To enrol, you will need to complete the HE101 Higher Education Enrolment form (PDF 119KB) (PDF, 193.49 KB).