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Flinders University which has a strong reputation for its innovative and relevant course profile and for offering a supportive learning environment for students has responded to strong demand for its undergraduate courses by boosting the number of offers by seven per cent, with a total of 5,740 offers made to new students – up from 5,360 offers in 2013.
The number of applications for the unique Flinders/TAFE SA Dual awards also was impressive with more than 75 offers being made to courses in Information Technology, Creative Arts (Digital Media), Business, Commerce and Nursing.
This year has seen vigorous demand for the University’s suite of education and law-related degrees, arts and creative arts, engineering and a wide range of health sciences courses, including medicine, midwifery, physiotherapy, disability and developmental education, nutrition and paramedics.
New degrees in Criminology, Sport, Health and Physical Activity, Media Arts, Visual Arts, Creative Arts (Dance), Environment, Engineering (Civil) and Information Technology (Network Systems) have been well received, with 446 offers made.
With the heightened levels of interest, ATAR school-leaver entry scores for a number of courses such as Psychology (Hons), Speech Pathology, Nutrition and Dietetics, Midwifery, Law, Law (Hons), Science (Hons), Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy, Health Science/Master of Occupational Therapy, Engineering (Robotics), Master of Engineering (Electronics), Engineering (Biomedical)/Master of Engineering (Biomedical), Arts – an enhanced program for high achievers – Computer Science (Hons), Mathematical Sciences (Hons) and Paramedic Science are over the 90 mark.
New partnerships with the Adelaide College of the Arts, including courses in Creative Arts (Dance) and Bachelor of Arts/Advanced Diploma of Visual Art have resulted in more than 100 offers, broadening the choices to study creative arts in South Australia.
Offers have again been made to Year 12 applicants who had undertaken uniTEST – an aptitude test – with the University considering an applicants’ performance along with their Year 12 results.
The University has also made 1,745 offers to applicants for postgraduate courses – up from 1,640 in 2013. The most popular postgraduate courses are the health sciences suite, including graduate entry Nursing, graduate entry Social Work, Midwifery, Audiology, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology and the Master of Teaching. Professional development courses in Education, Health and Nursing are also popular.
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