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The Away From Base (AFB) programs are a practical option for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
AFB involves studying via online learning combined with intensive residential blocks twice a semester. Tutorial support is offered free of charge, as close as practicable to the student’s home base.
Government funding supports the travel, accommodation and meal costs for AbStudy compliant students participating in the intensive block.
Prospective Indigenous students may apply by direct entry to one of the listed undergraduate programs currently on offer at ACU.
Courses available in Away From Base Mode
For further Information contact Weemala - Indigenous Higher Education Unit
For further Information contact Yalbalinga - Indigenous Higher Education Unit
General Course Requirements:
One of the following documents must be produced by the applicant:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are supported by the Indigenous Higher Education Unit (IHEU) staff at each campus. For further information contact your nearest IHEU.
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