UniSA College provides a range of educational opportunities to inspire and assist further study and educational attainment through our academic and UniSA Connect programs.
Our academic Diploma and Foundation Studies programs are designed primarily for people who do not have the qualifications required to get directly into a bachelor degree, providing possible options for those looking for an alternative pathway to university. These programs are a supportive way for students to settle into the university environment and prepare students to succeed at university by building academic skills and prerequisite knowledge.
Plus, students will get to experience life as a UniSA student, which means being taught by UniSA staff and having access to the full range of support services the university provides.
We also have a suite of UniSA Connect workshops to inspire further study. These programs are specifically designed to engage with secondary school students and teachers, and the community to inspire further study and educational attainment, particular in the areas of science, technology, engineering, maths and career development. Practical workshops which are linked to the SA school curriculum are available for booking through this website.
UniSA College also provides support for the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME).