Thinking of enrolling at Campion in 2021? Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re think about enrolling at Campion this semester, there’s still plenty of time to submit your application.
This was the key message shared by Campion President Dr Paul Morrisey in a video released on Campion’s social media channels today.
The video (embedded above) speaks directly to undergraduate students considering studies in the liberal arts and postgraduate students considering studies in Religious Education. See below for key points from the video and additional commentary from Dr Morrissey.
Campion remains committed to face-to-face learning
All lectures and tutorials for our undergraduate Liberal Arts degree will be held at our Toongabbie campus in Western Sydney.
“Being part of a community of learning is a hallmark of a liberal arts education,” says Dr Morrissey.
“For this reason, we will continue to prioritise face-to-face learning for as long as pandemic restrictions allow us to. Fortunately, our emphasis on smaller lectures and tutorials place us in a much better position to remain on campus and adapt quickly compared to much larger institutions.”
Campion will continue to implement physical distancing and hygiene measures in accordance with the state government’s safety guidelines and has contingency plans in place for any potential changes to these guidelines.
Student and residential life will be back in full swing
Campion’s Student Life Officer and Student Association Executive have been working hard to plan a fantastic O-Week Schedule and student life calendar for 2021.
“We want our students to get the most of their Campion experience. Ensuring that students have a range of opportunities to thrive both inside and outside the classroom is essential.”
Campion has also seen strong demand for on-campus accommodation this semester, which is a testament to the strength and appeal of the community here. Click here for further information about accommodation options.
Get in touch to discuss admission pathways and financial support
Campion has several admission pathways to allow students from a range of academic backgrounds to study with us. Check out this post to determine the best pathway for you and submit your application before the start of Week 1 (28 February 2021).
“If the pandemic has affected your previous studies or financial situation, please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss how we can support you through the admission process and throughout your time at Campion.”
Recent high school leavers may be able to receive an ATAR adjustment of up to five points under Campion’s Education Access Scheme. Applicants with an ATAR below 65.00 may be considered for Provisional Enrolment.
We also have a range of scholarships and bursaries on offer to reduce the financial burden of tuition and accommodation costs. Recent high school leavers who have achieve an ATAR of 90.00 or higher are automatically eligible for an Academic Excellence Scholarship of up to $5,000 per semester.
Primary school teachers are loving our course content and delivery mode
The Graduate Certificate of Religious Education (Primary) consist of four compulsory units of study, undertaken part-time over two years. Each unit requires students to take part in a single one-hour online tutorial per week, making it easy for students to balance work and study commitments.
“We’ve also received great feedback on the practical nature of the course content. It has been so great to hear about how our students are applying their learnings in their classrooms the very next day.”
Applications close Wednesday 24 February 2021
If you have any questions about our courses, campus accommodation, scholarships and financial support or the admissions process, please do not hesitate to get in contact with our Student Recruitment Manager.
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