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Certificate IV University Access Program

  • Course

    The Certificate IV University Access Program (52835WA) course is a one semester course designed to prepare international students for university academic studies. Successful completion will provide a pathway to selected universities, TAFE or the workforce.

    The qualification will give students the equivalent of a 70 ATAR which can lead to entry into a selection of courses at Curtin, Edith Cowan and Murdoch universities. The Certificate IV UAP will be offered as a commerce or science stream but will allow access to other degree courses subject to successful completion of entry requirements.

  • Course

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  • Certification

    Certificate IV University Access Program

  • Suitable

    International students.

  • Course

    20 weeks

  • Time

    22.5 hours of instruction per week

  • Course


    Term 1: Wednesday 31 January 2018

    Term 2: Tuesday 1 May 2018

    Term 3: Tuesday 17 July 2018

    Term 4: Monday 1 October 2018

  • Enrolment

    Contact the UniDirect Office on 9351 5673 or email

    Credit for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): Canning College recognises prior learning by acknowledging competencies and outcomes achieved (skills, knowledge and attributes) held as a result of formal training and education (both within Australia and overseas), work experience and/or life experience. Students who have successfully completed similar units of study at another institution may be given credit/exemption for a module in the Certificate IV course.

  • Accreditation

    Training Accreditation Council of WA

  • Course

    RTO: 2047; Course Code: 52835WA

  • Course Cost

    Local Students: $335 (plus a $300 book hire fee, with a $175 refund at the end of the course).

    Students 18 years or above at the commencement of the course will also be required to pay $46 for a National Police History Check (which will be completed at the College at the time of enrolment).

  • Further

    Contact the UniDirect Office on 9351 5673 or email