Students are eligible to apply to attend and work for the Sorority Studies Program at the University of Melbourne.
The program offers up to 12 months of full-time study at a university-run facility in Melbourne’s inner north-east.
In order to be eligible for this program, you must be a student enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts degree program.
Students who are currently studying for a Bachelor degree, or have previously completed their Bachelor degree program will be able to take advantage of the program.
Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and have completed an approved first year of study in the Bachelor of Science degree program or the equivalent.
A student who is currently attending a Bachelor’s degree program at a tertiary institution in the state of Victoria can apply for the program by registering for the Bachelor Degree program through the University’s Student Services Centre.
You can register for the application process here.
Students may apply for admission to the program online, through the Student Services Centres, or by completing an application form.
The first cohort of applicants will be selected from the pool of applicants available at the beginning of the academic year, starting in March 2018.
The second cohort of students will be notified in late September 2018.
You will need to provide a name, address, email address, telephone number and a CV (credits and transcript) to be considered.
The application form can be found here.
The student’s fee is $40.00 per week, payable in full, and will be assessed at the time of admission.
Students will be required to pay a $25.00 processing fee.
You must also be enrolled in an approved third-year Bachelor’s program in the university’s Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, for example, in the Humanities or the Arts.
If you are currently completing a Bachelor in Arts degree or a Bachelor or a Master of Arts in any other discipline, the student will be eligible to register for this option.
If your degree has not yet been completed, you will need an approved final year of the Bachelor’s programme to apply.
The course of study is divided into two units: the Bachelor Bachelor of Applied Science (BSA) and Bachelor of Technology (BT).
BSc students will have an option to enrol in a BT program.
BT students will need a BT diploma, diploma and certificate in order to complete their Bachelor of BS and BT programs.
In addition, BT students must also have a BSc degree and a degree in an area related to the sciences, arts or humanities.
To enrol for the BT program, applicants must have completed their undergraduate degree.
To be eligible, you need to have completed your first year and completed the BT requirements.
The BT program requires a minimum of three units of study.
BT graduates can apply to continue their study with the Bachelor in Applied Science programme through the College of Engineering and Technology.
BT graduate candidates will have a choice of two BT degrees: Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Architecture or Bachelor of Health and Medical Studies.
You cannot enrol for both BT degrees.
BT candidates must complete a Bachelor Degree in Business (BBA) or a BT degree (BFA).
The BT diploma will be issued upon completion of their Bachelor Degree, while BT graduate students can also choose to complete a BT certificate of completion (BCC).
In addition to completing a BT programme, you also need to take a full course load at a Melbourne university.
To do this, you can register to study at Melbourne’s university, such as the University and College of Business and Engineering (UCLE).
If you do not currently hold a degree from a Melbourne institution, you should register to take courses at another university or college, such.
as the College for Humanities and Social Sciences, the University College of Liberal Arts and Humanities, or the Australian National University (ANU).
BT students can apply at the UCLE website here.