Are you interested in a career in Surveying? UniSA offers a Master of Surveying for those people who ultimately want to become a licensed surveyor. If you are currently considering commencing an undergraduate program in 2019 which will form a pathway to a career in Surveying, UniSA offers:
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Flexible Entry)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Project Management)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Structural)
There are many pathways that you can take to help you gain entry into these undergraduate programs, even if you do not have the required qualification or ATAR to apply directly.
Complete Year 12 and apply to a program using your ATAR. All programs listed above also have SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods as a prerequisite.
Have a great Selection Rank but didn’t complete SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods? UniSA is introducing a new Maths Short Course to allow students to obtain the required prerequisite before commencing your studies at UniSA.
Take a UniSA Pathway
A UniSA Pathway is a way for people that do not have the required qualifications or ATAR to apply for a Bachelor degree. UniSA College offers one and two-year programs to prepare you for university and to guarantee entry into a range of Bachelor degrees.
- UniSA Foundation Studies is a free* one-year program for students with no previous qualifications or for school leavers without an ATAR. You will get a taste of university and learn the skill you need to study for your degree. Upon completion, you can use your grade point average (GPA) to apply for any UniSA degree (a competitive GPA is required). (*Note: you will still be required to pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee as determined by the Australian Government).
- Diploma in Science and Technology is a two-year program that prepares you for university study. Upon successful completion, you have guaranteed entry into the second year of all programs listed above.
Take an alternative pathway
Alternative pathways are ways for people that do not have the required qualifications or ATAR to apply for a Bachelor degree. These pathways are offered by a range of organisations that are external to UniSA.
- Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) – A two-hour test designed to test your aptitude for tertiary level study. Your STAT results will be used to create a ranking that you can use to compete for entry in your chosen program.
- Certificate IV or above – Complete an award from TAFE or a registered training organisation
- Higher Education – If you have completed at least half a year of full-time equivalent study at another recognised institution, you can use your GPA to apply for your degree.
- Open Universities Australia (OUA) – Complete at least four OUA courses at undergraduate level or above.
Areas of study and research
- Health Research
- Alliance for Research in Exercise, Nutrition and Activity (ARENA)
- Centre for Cancer Biology
- Centre for Drug Discovery and Development
- Centre for Population Health Research
- Centre of Research Excellence for the Prevention of Chronic Conditions in Rural and Remote High Risk Populations
- International Centre for Allied Health Evidence
- Medicine and Device Surveillance CRE
- Quality Use of Medicines and Pharmacy Research Centre
and Social Sciences
- Art, Architecture and Design
- Communication, International Studies and Languages
- Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
- Hawke Research Institute
- Asia Pacific Centre for Work Health and Safety
- Australian Centre for Child Protection
- Barbara Hardy Institute
- Centre for Research in Education
- Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
- Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
- International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding
- Research Centre for Languages and Cultures
- Zero Waste SA Research Centre for Sustainable Design and Behaviour (sd+b)
IT, Engineering and
- Future Industries Institute
- UniSA College