Assured Pathway entry to Medicine and Dentistry for domestic applicants (2023)

Application process and timelines
  • Applicants must register for and sit UCAT ANZ (registrations usually close during May, test sittings take place during July).
  • Applicants are required to lodge a TISCapplication, entering the relevant TISC course code(s).
  • Applications for the Assured Pathway to Medicine and the AssuredPathway to Dentistry are now open and will close late September according to TISC deadlines.
  • UWA's Rural eligibility form must be submitted via TISC by theTISC deadlinefor Medicine and Dentistry.
  • Refer to the TISCguide for current course codes and application deadlines.

Admission and selection processes may beamended should changes become necessary due to COVID19 restrictions.

Predicted ATAR information for Western Australian applicants will be accessed via TISC (the Predicted ATAR form is no longer required).

Eligible applicants who are based outside Western Australia are interviewed during January after actual results have been released, and are therefore not required to submit a predicted result.

Applicants will be contacted after the WACE exams are complete regarding eligibility for interview. Applicants who are based outside Western Australia will be contacted after final ATAR results have been released.

Interviews will take place during:

  • Late November/Early December for WA-based applicants who are eligible based on UCAT ANZ and predicted ATAR or equivalent (or actual score where available)
  • Early January for WA-based applicants who are eligible based on UCAT ANZ and actual ATAR (or equivalent)
  • Mid to late January for applicants based outside WA who are eligible based on UCAT ANZ and actual ATAR (or equivalent)

Course offers will be as per TISC timelines.

Eligibility criteria

High Academic Achievers

This quota is for school leavers with a minimum ATAR of 99.


The Rural program is part of a Federal Government initiative to address workforce shortages in medicine, dentistry, and allied health care in regional, rural and remote Australia. To be eligible, an applicant’s principal home address must have been in an area defined by the Department of Health as regional, rural or remote according to the Modified Monash Model (MMM) for any five years consecutively or at least 10 years cumulatively. A search engine for eligible locations can be found on the DoctorConnect website - click on Modified Monash Model 2019. The MMM 2019 rates locations based on 2016 census data on a scale of 1 - 7. If you are a domestic student who lives or has lived in areas rated MM-2 through MM-7 for the defined periods you may be eligible for consideration within the Rural quota.


School-leaver applicants to the Assured Pathway who believe they fit the rural definition must submit UWA's Rural Eligibility formwith their TISC application. Note the TISC closing date for Medicine and Dentistry is late September; refer to theTISC website for updated information on deadlines. TISC applications open early to mid August each year. Contact the Specialist Admissions teamshould you have further queries.


Broadway UWA is designed to ensure access to UWA courses is available to the broadest range of students with the potential to succeed at university. The main goal of the program is to increase the diversity in the student cohorts and to promote equity in the selection of students.

Specified schools are invited to participate in this program. You are eligible for consideration as a Broadway Assured Pathway applicant if you have undertaken your entire Year 12 studies, including WACE, at a UWA Broadway school.

Broadway eligible school-leaver applicants will indicate their school as part of their TISC application, and must apply by the TISC closing date for Medicine and Dentistry (late September, refer to TISC website for updated information on deadlines).Contact the Specialist Admissions teamshould you have further queries.


Applicants who identify as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and are accepted as such by the community in which they live, or have lived are eligible for consideration as an Indigenous AssuredPathway applicant. Applicants must provide a person or organisation who can verify their Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander status.Contact the Specialist Admissions team or the School of Indigenous Studies for information regarding this pathway.

UCAT ANZ – University Clinical Aptitude Test

All applicants to the domestic High Academic Achievement, Rural and Broadway AssuredPathways to Medicine and Dentistry must sit the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT ANZ). UCAT ANZ must be sat during the application year, that is, the year prior to commencement in the AssuredPathway.UCAT ANZ assesses a range of abilities identified as important by university medical and dental schools for success in their programs or courses, and later as a clinician.

The UCAT ANZ is a two-hour computer-based test. Candidates will sit the test at Pearson VUE test centres located in Australia, New Zealand and some overseas centres. Refer to the UCAT ANZ website for a list of test locations.

The UCAT ANZ will be offered on a range of dates and venues throughout the month of July and early August.

To sit the test, you will need toregister for UCATANZand book a test date, time and location.

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Details of the test format, includinghow to register and what to expect on test dayare available on theUCAT ANZ website.

Free, comprehensive preparation materials, including an online guide, tutorials, question banks and practice tests are available on the UCAT ANZ official website.

All resources contained on the UCAT ANZ website are FREE. Candidates should be aware that while third party organisations may charge fees for books, courses and coaching, these organisations do not have access to any information which is not already freely available. UWA does not recommend or endorse any commercially available courses offering admissions test preparation, including those held on UWA grounds.

UCAT ANZ results

Invitations for interview will be based on UCAT ANZ performance with the condition that applicants are also predicted to meet or have met the minimum academic threshold (ATAR or equivalent).

Applicants should not base decisions regarding the current admissions year on results from previous years, particularly with the implementation of UCAT ANZ in place of UMAT.

Applicants must sit UCAT ANZ the year of application (that is, the year prior to commencement). The UCAT ANZ score cannot be carried over from a previous application year.

COVID19 and the 2021-2022 admissions cycle

Pearson VUE will make arrangements for testing to be carried out in compliance with any COVID19 restrictions which may be in place at that time. Candidates who have registered for the test will be kept informed should any further changes become necessary as the situation develops.

Be aware that should the COVID19 situation develop such that UWA is unable to carry out interviews, it is possible that results from the Situational Judgement section of UCAT ANZ may be used as part of the selection process. Applicants will be kept informed of any changes that may become necessary.

English language competency requirement

All Assured Pathway applicants are required to meet the standardEnglish language competency levelfor The University of Western Australia.

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Prerequisite and recommended subjects

AssuredPathway students must complete a UWA bachelor’s degree before commencing the MD or DMD. In addition to English language competency requirements, there may be other prerequisites depending on the chosen major. In most cases, students who have not undertaken prerequisite subjects may undertake bridging units as part of their bachelor’s degree studies.

The following ATAR or equivalent subjects are recommended, or may be taken as Level 1 university units:
Biology or Human Biology
Maths Applications or above

Students who plan to apply for a AssuredPathway into the MD or DMD should prioritise getting their highest possible marks.

Assured Pathway – Bonded medical places

The Government’s Bonded Programs aim to provide more Australian trained doctors where there are workforce shortages, particularly in rural and remote Australia. In accordance with the Department of Health and Ageing, 28.5 per cent of all Commonwealth-supported places (CSPs) in UWA’s MD have been designated as bonded medical places (BMPs).

Bonded places will be allocated according to the ranked list. Applicants are not required to specify a preference for a BMP.

MD students who have accepted a Bonded Medical Place agree to work in an area of workforce shortage for a period specified by the Department of Health after they have graduated. Depending on the specialisation, areas of workforce shortage may be in remote, rural or urban locations. This period can be completed between commencing internship and five years after fellowship is achieved.

Further information on the current BMP Scheme, including the Deed of Agreement, is available on the Department of Health BMP website.

Applicants who accept a Bonded Place in the AssuredPathway to Medicine will not be contractually bound to their Bonded Medical Place until ready to commence in the MD. Students with a Bonded AssuredPathway place who would prefer an unbonded place in the MD may sit the GAMSAT and apply via graduate entry.

  • Applicants will be shortlisted for interview based on their UCAT ANZ score and predicted or actual ATAR.
  • The interview allows applicants to display some of the personal qualities considered desirable in medical and dental practitioners, and increase their competitiveness for a place.
  • WA-based applicants are notified after the WACE exams (mid-late November) regarding their eligibility for interview.
  • Applicants based outside WA are notified after the ATAR actual results are released (late December/early January) regarding their eligibility for interview.
  • Applicants who accept their interview will be provided with detailed interview information and preparation material prior to the interview.
  • The Faculty interviews approximately two to three candidates for every available place.
  • Should the COVID19 situation develop such that we are unable to carry out interviews it is possible that results from the Situational Judgement section of UCAT ANZ may be used as part of the selection process. Applicants will be kept informed of any changes that may become necessary due to COVID19 restrictions.

Timing and location

  • Interviews for domestic AssuredPathway applicants are held in Perth.
  • WA-based applicants who are eligible based on their UCAT score and predicted ATAR will be interviewed late November/early December.
  • WA-based applicants who are eligible based on their UCAT but do not have an eligible predicted ATAR will be placed on an academic reserve list to be interviewed early January should their actual ATAR meet the minimum.
  • Applicants not based in WA will be interviewed late January.
  • Candidates should allow two-and-a-half hours, including registration, preparation and the actual interview process.
  • Applicants must attend their interview in person within their given interview period and are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements.
  • Applicants unable to attend within their given interview period cannot be guaranteed an alternative interview period.
Eyesight requirements – DMD only

Applicants are recommended to have an eye examination to determine if they have any vision defects which will interfere with their ability to practise as a dentist. Students must meet these visual requirements. Vision defects that can be corrected, such as by the wearing of glasses, should be done so prior to enrolment. Colour blindness may affect the ability to become a dentist and it is strongly advised that affected applicants seek advice from an ophthalmologist.

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Inherent requirements – MD only
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Final ranking for course offers
  • Final ranking will be based on ATAR or equivalent, interview and UCAT ANZ score
  • Final ranking for Rural applicants will be based onATAR or equivalent, interview, UCAT ANZ score, and rurality rating
Internship and registration for medical practitioners

Registration upon completion: Doctor of Medicine

On completion of the MD, graduates will have both an undergraduate and a postgraduate degree ensuring they have a well-rounded skill set as well as the specialist skills needed in their professional career.

For registration as a medical practitioner in Australia, all graduates are required to complete a pre-registration internship in an approved hospital, followed by a period of specialist training (e.g. surgeon, general practitioner). Doctors may undertake further specialist training after registering as a medical practitioner (e.g. psychiatry, neurology). The Australian Medical Association provides information regarding the registration process.

Priority for internships is given to graduates who are Australian citizens or permanent residents. The Department of Health has advised that due to an increase in Australian medical graduates, it is likely there will be limited internship opportunities for international graduates. As per previous years, international graduates who wish to undertake internship in Australia are only accommodated if sufficient intern places are available. International graduates may also look into requirements to undertake internships in their home country.

Graduates who did not complete the majority of their education in English in a recognised country may be subject to additional English Language requirements for registration. For further information, refer to the Medical Board.

Section 19AB limits Medicare access for Overseas Trained Doctors (OTDs) and Foreign Graduates of an Accredited Medical School (FGAMS) who became permanent Australian residents or citizens on or after 1 January 1997.

Refer to the Australian Department of Health for information regarding registration to practice medicine in Australia.

Registration for dental practitioners

Registration upon completion: Doctor of Dental Medicine

On completion of the DMD, graduates will have both an undergraduate and a postgraduate degree ensuring they have a well-rounded skill set as well as the specialist skills needed in their professional career.

On successful completion of the DMD, graduates will be able to register with the Dental Board of Australia, or with overseas Dental Boards with reciprocal arrangements, and enter the profession immediately. Registered Dentists may choose to later undertake further specialist training (e.g. orthodontics, oral pathology).

Graduates who did not complete the majority of their education in English in a recognised country may be subject to additional English Language requirements for registration. Refer to the Dental Board of Australia for information regarding registration to practice dentistry in Australia.

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What is an assured pathway? ›

An Assured Pathway place in the MD or DMD is conditional upon successful completion of a UWA bachelor's degree meeting academic minimum results. Students with an Assured Pathway place are not required to sit a graduate admissions test or undergo further interviews in order to take up their place.

How do I apply for assured pathway UWA? ›

Applications are via UWA's online application system. International students may also apply via an authorised international education agent. (Agents please note that the International Supplementary form is no longer required.)

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The easiest UK medical school to get into is Queen's University Belfast. The fact Queen's boasts intakes of over 350 students each year, coupled with below-average applicant numbers, means Queen's University Belfast has very favourable competition ratios compared to other UK medical schools.

What is the lowest ATAR for Medicine? ›

Admission criteria
  • Assumed knowledge: English Standard. ...
  • Recommended studies: Chemistry, Biology.
  • Minimum ATAR (or eqv): 96.00.

Can I transfer from dentistry to medicine? ›

Has any student ever transferred from dentistry to medicine ? Nope. You can't even transfer from one medical school to another - let alone from another course.

Can you get into med with a 96 ATAR? ›

Your tertiary studies must reach a minimum WAM/GPA equivalent of a 96.00 ATAR. As you have completed a tertiary degree, we will no longer consider your secondary qualification, i.e. a minimum 96.00 ATAR (or equivalent) is not applicable.

Is pathway to Aus free? ›

Furthermore, because our company is always ethical and honest, such institutions allow us to enter the marketplace, and advertise and recruit on their behalf. Any advice and assistance that you require from Pathways to Aus is free to all students both prior to, and during, their studies.

How long does it take to become a dentist UWA? ›

The UWA DMD is a four-year course. Full details of the course structure are available in the UWA Handbook.

What ATAR do you need to be a doctor in Australia? ›

Complete year 12 prerequisites

The first pathway is only available to a very limited number of students (30 domestic and 10 international students) and requires applicants to achieve a band four in mathematics advanced (or equivalent) and gain an ATAR of 99.95 in the Higher School Certificate or equivalent.

What is the cheapest medical school in UK? ›

Cheapest Medical Schools in UK
  1. University of Aberdeen. The University of Aberdeen is one of the most sought-after universities in medicine for international students. ...
  2. University of Birmingham. ...
  3. University of Bristol. ...
  4. University of Manchester. ...
  5. King's College London. ...
  6. University of Dundee. ...
  7. Swansea University Medical School.

What is the hardest year of medicine UK? ›

Second year, along with fifth year, are supposedly the hardest two years of your academic medical school journey, but I don't think anyone quite prepares you for the range of emotions you're bound to experience throughout the year.

What percentage of medical students drop out UK? ›

In the United Kingdom, where undergraduate degrees aren't required to study medicine, the dropout rate is even higher. About 300 of the UK's 6000 medical students (5%) quit every year, and another 1600 are asked to leave for poor academic performance.

What is a respectable ATAR? ›

For most people, a good ATAR score is 80.00.

With a score of 80.00, you're in a strong position and have plenty of options.

Can I still get into medicine with a low ATAR? ›

For students wishing to study medicine in New South Wales, they will need to achieve an ATAR above 90 and in most cases in the mid-90s or even higher.

Can you do medicine without ATAR? ›

Yes. The graduate pathway takes into account your GPA, Interview performance and GAMSAT performance. Your ATAR doesn't matter.

Is getting into dentistry harder than medicine? ›

Statistically, it's more difficult to get into dental school than medical school.

Is it harder to become a medical doctor or dentist? ›

Both schools have the same levels of difficulty when it comes to courses and disciplines. The dental school offers practical courses much earlier into the schooling. Medical school offers only classroom learning during the first 2 years.

Which is harder dentistry or medicine? ›

Medicine has fewer applicants per year (ranging from 10-18:1 applicants to places) than dentistry (15:1). As a result, dentistry is the more competitive course of the two (Source) owing to the fact it has fewer places (on average).

What is the lowest ATAR for medicine in Australia? ›

In Australia, the lowest minimum ATAR required by a medical program is an ATAR of 90 (Monash University) or adjusted ATAR of 90 (University of Adelaide). If you're a rural student, you could also apply to La Trobe's medical program, which has a minimum unadjusted ATAR requirement of 80.

What Ucat score is needed for medicine UNSW? ›

However, to have a realistic shot, your scores need to be higher than around ATAR 99.50 & UCAT 92%tile. We've collated student data of those who have received interview invites in 2021/2022 cohort to give you a better idea of how we reached those numbers.

What is a good ATAR to get into medicine? ›

Additional selection criteria requires you to achieve a competitive UCAT score and perform well in the medical interview. Finally, an ATAR of 97.5 or higher is deemed eligible for entry into undergraduate medicine.

How much money do you need to enter Aus? ›

If you can save up long enough to pass the $5000 guideline then you'll be very comfortable when you arrive in Australia but try and get as close to $5000 as possible if you want the least amount of fuss entering Australia and living your first few weeks here.

What is the easiest way to go to Australia? ›

All foreign visitors need a visa to enter Australia. Fortunately, it is possible to apply online for an Australian visa. The quickest and easiest visas for Australia to apply for are the ETA (Electronic Travel Authority) and the eVisitor visa.

What is the easiest way to get PR in Australia? ›

How To Increase Chances For PR In Australia
  1. Age.
  2. English language skills.
  3. Skilled employment experience (Australian or overseas employment)
  4. Educational qualifications.
  5. Specialist education qualifications.
  6. Australian study requirement.
  7. Professional year in Australia.
  8. Credentialed community language.

Is it worth becoming a dentist in Australia? ›

In addition, dentists have a good career opportunity in Australia. The Bureau of Labour reports that the employment sector with the most growth potential over the next five years is health care and social assistance. This means that there are many opportunities for dentists to grow their careers in Australia.

How much does a dentist make in Western Australia? ›

Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Perth, Australia. An entry level dentist (1-3 years of experience) earns an average salary of $155,451. On the other end, a senior level dentist (8+ years of experience) earns an average salary of $285,225.

Is it hard to get into dentistry in Australia? ›

Dentistry is a career that has the power to transform lives. That's incredible in itself, but it's also in demand and offers fantastic stability. The stumbling block for many is the high barrier to entry. University courses are extremely competitive and getting in takes total commitment.

What ATAR do you need to be a dentist in Australia? ›

Graduate Degree Packages
Graduate Degree PackageATAROther selection criteria
Bachelor of Biomedicine/Doctor of Dental Surgery99.85+WAM 80%+
Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Dental Surgery99.85+WAM 80%+

How much does a GP earn in Australia? ›

Average GP salary

Based on a salary survey in Australia, a full-time General Practitioner on average earns between $200,000 and $350,000 per annum. However, by working more shifts in the evenings, weekends, completing procedures and managing chronic disease patients, earnings could increase to $500,000+.

How hard is it to get into med in Australia? ›

30% Medicine remains the most difficult discipline to get into in Australia, and competition can be very high. Australia sees thousands of med school applicants each year, many of them international applicants. As New Zealand has only two universities offering medical degrees, competition can be even fiercer.

Can I study medicine in UK for free? ›

Here are some zero or low tuition-free medical schools in the UK; Imperial College London Faculty of Medicine – A range of scholarships are available to study an MBBS or BSc in medicine at Imperial College London.

Where can you study medicine for free? ›

Here's an abbreviated list of some free medical school options from around the world:
  • New York University School of Medicine. ...
  • Washington University School of Medicine. ...
  • University of Bergen Norway Faculty of Medicine. ...
  • Umea University Faculty of Medicine. ...
  • Kaiser Permanente. ...
  • The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine.

Is it free to become a doctor UK? ›

How Much Does It Cost to Study Medicine in the UK? UK students pay up to £9,250 (€11,070) per year in tuition fees for medical universities.

How many medical students fail UK? ›

A study at one UK University suggests that approximately 10-15 % of students fail to make satisfactory progress through medical school [1].

How old is the average doctor when they graduate? ›

Most med students are around 24 years old when heading into their first year. The average graduating age is 28, but it's never too late to go to med school. Non-traditional applicants often fear it may be too late to attend medical school. It's important to know there is no age limit to attending medical school.

Is medicine easier than A levels? ›

Medicine is like studying 6 A-Levels at once

Thankfully there haven't been any weddings or babies yet, but medicine is definitely like doing 6 A-Levels in a term. The workload is heavier and the pace is much quicker, although you could be mistaken for forgetting this.

Why do people quit medical school? ›

However, homesickness, financial concerns, and lack of adequate academic preparedness can contribute to someone dropping out of medical school. Other reasons include absenteeism, feelings of displacement, and overall depression.

How old is the average medical student UK? ›

The average age upon entering medical school was 24.1 years, with a range of 23 to 44.

Do many people fail medical school? ›

An overwhelming majority of those who start medical school end up graduating, but not all do. Those who choose to do a longer program have higher rates of graduation. Around 82% to 84% of all four-year students will graduate. But almost 96% of six-year medical students graduate.

Is 70 a good ATAR score? ›

So an ATAR of 70 doesn't mean you got 70 percent – it means that you're in the top 30 percent of your year group.

Who has the highest ATAR in Australia? ›

' Rachel Halliday Shand got the highest possible ATAR of 99.95.

Why is the average ATAR not 50? ›

The average ATAR is usually around 70.00.

If every school student went on to achieve an ATAR, the average ATAR would be 50.00. But because some students leave school early and the ones who stay on to receive an ATAR are a smaller, more academically able group, the average ATAR is higher.

What is lowest GPA for medical school? ›

What is a low GPA for medical school? Different medical schools have different GPA targets for applicants, but anything below 3.7 is usually considered low.

Why is it so hard to get into medicine Australia? ›

Our main areas of shortage are rural and regional, and too much graduates just don't want to work rurally, leaving us to over rely on IMGs. This means that Medicine is becoming more and more competitive for non rurals, as schools work towards promoting rural doctors.

What if my ATAR isn't high enough? ›

Complete the first year of a related course with a lower ATAR then apply to transfer into your preferred course. Apply for a graduate entry into postgraduate coursework, such as a master's degree, after you have completed your undergraduate degree.

What is the lowest ATAR for medicine? ›

Admission criteria
  • Assumed knowledge: English Standard. ...
  • Recommended studies: Chemistry, Biology.
  • Minimum ATAR (or eqv): 96.00.

What UCAT score is needed for medicine UK 2022? ›

For 2022 entry, the UCAT threshold score to be invited to interview was 2870 for home applicants.

How do you get into medicine if you don't get the grades? ›

If you didn't get the grades required but still feel that medicine is the career for you, you could resit some or all of your exams. It is essential to check your chosen medical school's policy on this. Some do not accept people who retake their exams and others ask for higher grades from people who retake them.

What does guaranteed pathway mean? ›

Guaranteed Pathways gives you the option to preference pathway packages in VTAC. This means you will be able to secure your place in your dream course by completing your vocational studies (otherwise known as TAFE) first and graduate with two internationally-recognised RMIT qualifications.

What is an Atar pathway? ›

Students on the tertiary pathway are eligible to obtain the. Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) for entrance into. university. The ATAR is a standard measure of a student's. overall academic achievement in relation to that of other.

What is Pathway program in Singapore? ›

A pathway program is designed for the students who do not meet their direct entry requirements for a bachelor's degree, so they go through a diploma program and then get into the bachelor's degree.

What does learning pathway program mean? ›

When used in the singular, learning pathway refers to the specific courses, academic programs, and learning experiences that individual students complete as they progress in their education toward graduation.

How do I get guaranteed entry? ›

Guaranteed Entry gives you a confirmed place in an eligible degree if you achieve the required selection rank (ATAR + adjustments) and meet any other admissions criteria. This gives you the confidence to select a course and know that you will receive an offer if you meet the selection rank and other admission criteria.

What is a guaranteed entry score? ›

Guaranteed Entry gives you a confirmed place in an eligible degree with available places if you achieve the required selection rank and meet any other admission criteria. Your selection rank is your ATAR plus any adjustment factors you receive through our entry schemes.

What does being on the pathway mean? ›

The route that a patient follows from the first contact with an NHS member of staff (typically his or her GP) through referral to the completion of treatment. The pathway also covers the period from entry into a hospital or a treatment centre until discharge.

What is the lowest ATAR in Australia? ›

Many courses have a minimum ATAR that students are required to achieve in order to be eligible for entry. In Australia, the lowest minimum ATAR required by a medical program is an ATAR of 90 (Monash University) or adjusted ATAR of 90 (University of Adelaide).

What is the lowest ATAR score in Australia? ›

The ATAR is a number from 0 and 99.95 in intervals of 0.05. The highest rank is 99.95, the next highest 99.90, and so on. The lowest automatically reported rank is 30.00, with ranks below 30.00 being reported as 'less than 30'.

Can you get a HSC without an ATAR? ›

Students who do not want an ATAR, but do want a recognised school credential. Students who want an HSC that includes nationally recognised qualifications through vocational education and training (VET) and TAFE courses. Eligible VET courses can count toward an ATAR.

What is a pathway student visa? ›

A Pathway Student Visa is for international students who want to study up to 3 consecutive programmes of study with approved education providers on a single visa.

What does pathways help with? ›

Pathway has supported 11 hospitals to create homeless healthcare teams, helping over 3500 patients every year. Many of the people they support have complex combinations of physical illness, mental illness and substance misuse problems, and histories of trauma and abuse.

What is Pathway assessment? ›

What's the Assessment For? A needs assessment during the young person's 15th year is required so that there is a pathway (action) plan, focused specifically on the needs of the young person as they move towards adulthood.

Is Pathway program good in Canada? ›

Whether you plan to study in English or French, a Canadian pathway program can help you acquire the language and study skills you need to succeed at university. Pathway programs in Canada offer a route to permanent residency (PR) status and make it easier than ever to attend college as an international student.

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Whereas a LinkedIn Learning course gives you focused instruction on something specific, a Learning Path will provide several courses focused around a larger topic. Some examples of Learning Paths include Become a Manager as well as Become a Web Developer.

What is the difference between a pathway and an academy? ›

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