Bray Park High School Captain Liz Bennett knows that she is not defined by an ATAR number. That’s why she is among more than 1000 school leavers who have unlocked an alternative path to tertiary study through early offers from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
What I liked about the early offer was the relief it gave me. Knowing that I am into university without the all the stress of externals,” says Liz, who has already accepted an offer into UniSC’s Biomedical Science degree next year, hoping to use it as a pathway to a career as a doctor.
“It is just super stressful relying on an ATAR, just knowing that it might not go the way that you want, and you’ll have to figure out a new plan, even though your heart is set on plan A.”
Since applications opened in August, UniSC has made more than 1000 early offers to students seeking to study more than 80 eligible UniSC undergraduate degrees.
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