If you already know what you’d like to study, our Direct Pathways combine your undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, providing you with a clearer direction to your career of choice.
What is a Direct Pathway?
Starting with a flexible undergraduate degree before moving into your chosen postgraduate area means you’ll be more employable inside and outside your field.
Completing postgraduate study (your second degree) means you’ll stand out in the crowd due to your higher level of skills and knowledge.
From architecture to dentistry, teaching to engineering, and plenty in between, our Direct Pathways are ideal for the career-driven.
To study one of our 12 Direct Pathways, you’ll need an ATAR and to apply for the specific pathway through TISC, using its unique code.
Why study a Direct Pathway?
- Apply for entry from high school
- Gain an assured placement in your first and second degrees
- Reduce the length of your course (in some cases)
- No need to sit and pass certain exams for entry into your chosen course
- Retain a flexible undergraduate degree before specialising in your field of interest
Professional pathways to postgraduate courses
If you’re unsuccessful in gaining entry into a Direct Pathway using your ATAR, you can always get into study in the same area using the professional, or graduate, pathway. This will involve entering your flexible three-year undergraduate degree (ATAR of 80.00 required), maintaining satisfactory grades and then applying for your postgraduate degree at the end of the last year of your bachelor’s degree.