The University of Tasmania, in partnership with Tasmanian schools and the Office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification (TASC), provides opportunities for Tasmanian year 11 and 12 students to participate in university units as part of their Planned Program of Learning.
- opportunity for students to enrol and participate in new university led subjects
- students are exposed to university life while maintaining progress towards their TCE
- experience different teaching styles and learning approaches at university
- units successfully completed may be credited to a relevant degree when the student enrols at the University of Tasmania
University Connections Program (UCP)
The University Connections Program (UCP) provides an opportunity for year 11 and 12 students to undertake introductory university units specifically designed for senior secondary students.
UCP opportunities extend and expose students to new subject areas and learning. The Program is offered in partnership with schools and senior secondary colleges.
For further information on the benefits of studying under the University Connections Program, visit the University of Tasmania website.
High Achiever Program (HAP)
The University of Tasmania’s High Achiever Program provides a unique educational experience for high-achieving Tasmanian senior secondary students to study at university as part of their Tasmanian Certificate of Education.
As well as providing an academic challenge and the chance to experience life as a University of Tasmania student, the High Achiever Program offers other benefits including:
- subsidised course costs
- counting units towards the TCE and ATAR (where eligible)
- access to facilities and services
- credit towards University of Tasmania courses/degrees.
For further information on the benefits of studying under the High Achiever Program, visit the University of Tasmania website.