High school leavers and individuals seeking a career change will be able to access one of Flinders University’s most popular pathways to university, the Flinders Foundation Studies program, from the Stretton Centre at Munno Para.
Covering a diverse range of topics in a supportive learning environment the program equips students with the skills and strategies necessary to be successful at university.
The program is free to eligible applicants and successful graduates are guaranteed entry into a selection of undergraduate courses delivered by Flinders University.
Established through a partnership between the Stretton Centre, Flinders University and TAFE SA, the program is the first of its kind for northern Adelaide.
City of Playford Mayor Glenn Docherty says the council is thrilled to partner in an initiative that aims to boost the number of university graduates in the community.
The full suite of Flinders Foundation Studies topics will be delivered on site at the Stretton Centre, including:
- Introduction to University Study through Academic Writing
- Developing the Skills of Academic Literacy
- Developing Skills of Academic Numeracy
- Flinders University: An Introduction to Different Areas of Study
To learn more or apply for Semester 2 visit www.flinders.edu.au/foundation
*Pictured left to right: Tony Piccolo MP, City of Playford Mayor Glenn Docherty, Jay Kasdaglis and Flinders University Professor Clare Pollock