Mature age entry
A mature age student is any student that is not a current school leaver. Returning to learning can be can be quite overwhelming, especially if you have had a significant break from education. To help you prepare we have a range of free workshops available. Just visit the Study skills workshop page to find one that suits you.
Who can apply?
Mature age students | Western Sydney University
Excellence is embedded in our approach to research and education. Choosing the right university is a defining decision. Discover why ANU is the right choice for you. Information for. ANU has a huge variety of support services, programs and activities to enhance your student experience. Students come to ANU with a diverse range of experiences and backgrounds. We recognise that many of our new students have taken different pathways after leaving school, often a long time ago, and are now ready to make the first step towards university.
Admission based on Age and Maturity
Applicants who do not meet normal admission requirements, but have at least a Junior Certificate or equivalent qualification, may, in the spirit of lifelong learning and redress of past disadvantage, apply for admission through the mature age entry scheme. Applicants under the mature age entry scheme should:. The Namibia University of Science and Technology welcomes all queries and suggestions via our contact page. For detailed enquiries please fill in our Advanced Enquiries form on the main Enquiries page.
This is because some institutions have mature-age entry programs where your age and experience are considered as part of your application. However, many people use 'mature-age' as a general term to refer to adults who return to study. This page provides an overview of key information and directs you to more detailed information, including:. VTAC receives, collates and forwards applications to institutions. This includes requests for special consideration SEAS , scholarship applications and other supporting documentation that may be required by institutions.