Some awardees' offers include a preparation program to help them prepare for their main course.
Australian Legal Process and Legal Institutions
Australian Legal Process and Legal Institutions is a two day intensive subject for awardees in the Melbourne Law School. The subject covers key topics around Australian common law.
Chemistry Bridging Course
The Chemistry Bridging Course is a one-week intensive course recommended to certain awardees entering the Master of Arts in Cultural Materials Conservation. The course covers the basic concepts of chemistry and creates an immersion in chemistry theory and practice.
Articulating course mentor program
The University has a number of awardees in articulating courses, whereby a minimum average mark is required in first semester in order to progress to another course at a higher qualification level (e.g. Graduate Certificate articulating to Masters).
An extra level of mentoring support is offered to all awardees in articulating courses. Mentors are current Australia Awards scholars who have previously completed an articulating course.
They are able to share advice and their experience, and guide articulating awardees in University processes, referrals to other teams and services, and time management.