UniSA | Aboriginal Pathway




The Aboriginal Pathway Program is a free, one and a half year program to prepare indigenous students for university study. It is open to all people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and can lead to entry into a university degree at UniSA.

It is taught at five locations: Metropolitan Adelaide (City West campus), Ceduna, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln and Whyalla. You will study on campus for the intensive sessions. While studying on campus, you will have face-to-face teaching, social support and activities, networking opportunities, peer mentoring and support. When you successfully complete this program, you can use your grade point average (GPA) to apply for any UniSA degree (a competitive GPA is required).




To be eligible for entry into the program, students must identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

Applicants who have not completed SACE or equivalent must be 17 years of age or over before January 1st of the year of intended enrolment.




Apply directly via UniSA’s online application portal.

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