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PATHWAYS

There are many pathways to undergraduate study depending on your background.

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UNDERGRADUATE STUDY

CHC has a broad range of study programs from which to choose.

Your first-time studying can be exciting, new, and maybe even a little daunting. We’ve got everything you need to find a course, apply, and get ready to start the next stage of your learning.

Flexible study options allow you to manage your program.  A combination of on-campus and online pathways with intensives and practicums will provide you with learning options to suit all your needs.

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WHY CHC

“CHC has been instrumental in shaping me into the person I am today.”

RECENT SECONDARY EDUCATION

Applicants with recent secondary education are those who have completed their secondary education (Year 12 at school or equivalent at TAFE or other VET provider) within the two years prior to commencing an undergraduate course.

If you are recent school-leaver, your application will be assessed on the following criteria, as applicable to your preferred course of study:

  • OP (or equivalent)
  • Subject prerequisites
  • English language proficiency
  • Written statement
  • Interview
  • Referee reports

The criteria that will apply to your application, and the minimum levels of attainment required for admission, can be found on the relevant course pages.

Applicants who meet the minimum admissions requirements for a course will be made an offer of a place in that course. Offers for CHC undergraduate courses are made by QTAC on CHC’s behalf, and applicants respond to their offers via QTAC.

CHC grants transfer of credit where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous work and life experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the Credit Transfer page.
Applicants for CHC courses can benefit from an adjustment to their OP or QTAC selection rank under the following schemes:

  • Headmaster’s Recommendation Scheme
  • CHC Partnership School Scheme
  • Commnunity Engagement Scheme
  • Educational Access Scheme

Further information regarding these schemes is available here.

Adjustment schemes apply only to CHC courses for which applications are made through QTAC. They do not apply to CHC courses for which applications are made directly to CHC.

The Student Profile below provides data on students who commenced undergraduate study at CHC and passed the census date for Semester 1, 2019.

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VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET)

Applicants with vocational education and training (VET) are those who have a VET course (whether completed or not) as their highest level of study since leaving secondary education.

If you have VET study, your application will be assessed on the following criteria, as applicable to your preferred course of study:

  • QTAC selection rank (or equivalent)
  • Subject prerequisites
  • English language proficiency
  • Written statement
  • Interview
  • Referee reports

The criteria that will apply to your application, and the minimum levels of attainment required for admission, can be found on the relevant course pages.

Applicants who meet the minimum admissions requirements for a course will be made an offer of a place in that course.

Depending on the nature of your study and the content of your preferred course, you might be eligible for credit transfer. CHC grants credit transfer where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous study or work experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the credit transfer page.

From 2020, applicants who have VET study or performing arts qualifications will have a rank assigned to their study for admissions purposes, according to CHC schedules. This rank will replace the QTAC selection rank in the assessment of applications.

CHC Schedules
CHC grants transfer of credit where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous work and life experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the Credit Transfer page.

Applicants for CHC courses can benefit from an adjustment to their OP or QTAC selection rank under the following schemes:

  • Headmaster’s Recommendation Scheme
  • CHC Partnership School Scheme
  • Commnunity Engagement Scheme
  • Educational Access Scheme

Further information regarding these schemes is available here.

Adjustment schemes apply only to CHC courses for which applications are made through QTAC. They do not apply to CHC courses for which applications are made directly to CHC.

The Student Profile below provides data on students who commenced undergraduate study at CHC and passed the census date for Semester 1, 2019.

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HIGHER EDUCATION STUDY

Applicants with higher education study are those who have a higher education course (whether completed or not) as their highest level of study since leaving secondary education. This includes applicants who are currently studying at another higher education provider and want to transfer to CHC.

If you have a higher education study, your application will be assessed on the following criteria, as applicable to your preferred course of study:

  • QTAC selection rank (or equivalent)
  • Subject prerequisites
  • English language proficiency
  • Written statement
  • Interview
  • Referee reports

The criteria that will apply to your application, and the minimum levels of attainment required for admission, can be found on the relevant course pages.

Applicants who meet the minimum admissions requirements for a course will be made an offer of a place in that course.

Depending on the nature of your study and the content of your preferred course, you might be eligible for credit transfer. CHC grants credit transfer where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous study or work experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the credit transfer page.

CHC grants transfer of credit where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous work and life experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the Credit Transfer page.

Applicants for CHC courses can benefit from an adjustment to their OP or QTAC selection rank under the following schemes:

  • Headmaster’s Recommendation Scheme
  • CHC Partnership School Scheme
  • Commnunity Engagement Scheme
  • Educational Access Scheme

Further information regarding these schemes is available here.

Adjustment schemes apply only to CHC courses for which applications are made through QTAC. They do not apply to CHC courses for which applications are made directly to CHC.

The Student Profile below provides data on students who commenced undergraduate study at CHC and passed the census date for Semester 1, 2019.

View table below:

WORK AND LIFE EXPERIENCE

Applicants with work and life experience are those who left secondary education more than two years ago and have not undertaken any VET or higher education study since that time.

Work and life experience is taken to mean the knowledge, skills and competencies you have gained in non-study contexts and which can be used to demonstrate your readiness for and likelihood of success in a higher education course. This can be combined with completion of the Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT).

If you have work and life experience, your application will be assessed on the following criteria, as applicable to your preferred course of study:

  • QTAC selection rank (or equivalent)
  • Subject prerequisites
  • English language proficiency
  • Written statement
  • Interview
  • Referee reports

The criteria that will apply to your application, and the minimum levels of attainment required for admission, can be found on the page of your preferred course.

Applicants who meet the minimum admissions requirements for a course will be made an offer of a place in that course.

Depending on the nature of your study and the content of your preferred course, you might be eligible for credit transfer. CHC grants credit transfer where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous study or work experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the credit transfer page.

CHC grants transfer of credit where you have already completed the requirements for units in your course through previous work and life experience, thus potentially reducing the duration of your course. To find out more, visit the Credit Transfer page.
Applicants for CHC courses can benefit from an adjustment to their OP or QTAC selection rank under the following schemes:

  • Headmaster’s Recommendation Scheme
  • CHC Partnership School Scheme
  • Commnunity Engagement Scheme
  • Educational Access Scheme

Further information regarding these schemes is available here.

Adjustment schemes apply only to CHC courses for which applications are made through QTAC. They do not apply to CHC courses for which applications are made directly to CHC.

The Student Profile below provides data on students who commenced undergraduate study at CHC and passed the census date for Semester 1, 2019.

View table below:

LEADING CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

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GOT MORE QUESTIONS?

Here are the most frequent ones.

Application for admission to all undergraduate courses and the Master of Teaching courses must be submitted through QTAC. For postgraduate courses, please apply directly through the website.

Once you’re offered a place at CHC, you can then submit an Application for Transfer of Credit and your request for recognition of prior learning and/or recognised current competency will be assessed by your Course Coordinator.

The unit costs for the current year are here , (please note that there may be a slight increase for the following year). Students enrolled in the pre-service education courses, who meet the eligibility requirements, are able to access HECS-HELP to defer their student contribution amount. All other students who meet the eligibility requirements, have access to FEE-HELP assistance.

CHC offers a limited number of scholarships. Current scholarship information is available here.

GOT MORE QUESTIONS?

Here are the most frequent ones.

Application for admission to all undergraduate courses and the Master of Teaching courses must be submitted through QTAC. For postgraduate courses, please apply directly through the website.

Once you’re offered a place at CHC, you can then submit an Application for Transfer of Credit and your request for recognition of prior learning and/or recognised current competency will be assessed by your Course Coordinator.

The unit costs for the current year can be found on our Financial Information page (please note that there may be a slight increase for the following year). Students enrolled in the pre-service education courses, who meet the eligibility requirements, are able to access HECS-HELP to defer their student contribution amount. All other students who meet the eligibility requirements, have access to FEE-HELP assistance.

  • CHC offers a limited number of scholarships. Current scholarship information is available on our scholarships page.