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An alternative Pathway to Engineering

At UniSA we believe higher education is for everyone. 

If you have missed the ATAR requirements or don't have the subject pre-requisites for a particular program, then one of our pathways might be your way into university. 

UniSA offers a wide range of pathways into our Engineering and Construction Management Bachelor programs, including the Australian Technology Network (ATN) testSTAT test and our flexible industry-focussed Associate Degrees.

View your pathway into one of the following disciplines:

Pathways to an Engineering Degree at UniSA

UG IT Pathways

Pathways to a Construction Management Degree at UniSA

Please visit the Associate Degrees, ATN Test or STAT Test pages listed above for more information. 

Science and Environmental Science

Are you interested in studying a degree in Science or Environmental Science? 

You can guarantee your entry into the second year of one of these degrees by successfully completing the 2 year Diploma of Science and Technology through UniSA College.  In this pathway program you will learn the skills you need to succeed at university. Follow the links below for more information.

Pathways to studying at UniSA

  • ATN test

    ATN test entry

    The ATN test offers an alternative pathway for school students and mature age students who may not have the traditional year 12 maths and science background.

    Find out more about ATN entry

  • Associate degrees

    Associate degrees

    If you don't have the subject pre-requisites for a Bachelor Degree in Engineering, IT or Construction Management and Economics, then an Associate Degree may be for you. 

    Associate degrees

  • The STAT test

    The STAT test

    If you are aged over 18 and have not been to uni before you may qualify for special entry into your program of choice by sitting the two-hour Special Tertiary Admissions Test.

    The STAT test

  • UniSA College

    UniSA College

    UniSA College provides education opportunities for people from all walks of life. Learn the skills you need to succeed at university.

    Find out more

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