How to apply

 

Please note: It is mandatory that students complete the diagnostic test prior to enrolment.

The 3 Bridging Modules will run from early January to mid-February 2022. 

 

Bridging Module 1: 10 - 19 January 2022

Cost: AUD $450

Bridging Module 2: 20 January - 2 February 2022

Cost: AUD $450

Bridging Module 3: 3 - 15 February 2022

Cost: AUD $450

The performance results of the diagnostic test will indicate whether a student should take one or two bridging modules.

To take the diagnostic test click here.

It is not recommended that students enrol in all 3 Bridging Modules. If, however you are considering this option, please email Lilia.Ferrario@anu.edu.au with the following details:

  • The mathematics course you studied in Year 12
  • The mathematics course you intend to enrol in at ANU

Fees

The cost for each module is inclusive of:

  • Tuition Fees
  • Academic Activities

Students who later enrol in a mathematics course at the ANU, can apply for a refund of AUD $100 per module by contacting the Bridging Course administrator at admin.teaching.msi@anu.edu.au.

Cancellation

The Australian National University reserves the right to cancel the course or change course title, content, dates and venues. We also reserve the right to decline registrations where registrations exceed capacity or cancel the course due to insufficient registrations. In the event of cancellation, notice a will be provided to students registered for the course 14 days prior to commencement.

Registered students who wish to cancel must provide written confirmation of their intention to the Bridging Course administrator at admin.teaching.msi@anu.edu.au by the following dates:

  • Module 1: 5pm Monday 10th January, 2022
  • Module 2: 5pm Thursday 20th January, 2022
  • Module 3: 5pm Thursday 3rd February, 2022

Refunds

Under the circumstances outlined below, students may be eligible for a full refund of their fees.

  • If ANU is unable to offer the course
  • If a student’s visa application is refused. Evidence of refusal is mandatory and students must provide the decision record from the Department of Home Affairs in the case of a visa refusal
  • If a student cancels their place in the course in writing, by the dates outlined above.