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If you’re not likely to generate an ATAR in 2018 but aspire to study at Murdoch University then this course is for you.

In TLC110 you will learn to think critically about issues, to research information, to reference sources, to locate evidence in support of arguments, and to develop skills in academic writing. You will investigate questions like: Should the media be censored? Is graffiti art or vandalism? Does CCTV invade our privacy to protect us from crime? Through active participation in a number of assignments, this unit will help you equip you to succeed in your future studies and will open your mind to new ways of thinking about the world.

TLC110 is presented on the Rockingham and Mandurah campuses of Murdoch University by lecturers and tutors in an adult learning environment.

How much does it cost?

TLC110 is offered free of charge by Murdoch University.

What is my commitment?

Students must be commited to attend TLC110 classes once a week during Term 1,2 & 3.  Week commencing Monday 6th February through to Thursday 21st September.

Your School Location Day of attendance Start time TLC110 Campus Location

Rockingham area

Kwinana area

Monday or Tuesday

Refer to your acceptance letter for exact details

4pm Rockingham
Mandurah area

Wednesday or Thursday

Refer to your acceptance letter for exact details

4pm Mandurah

Students are responsible for their own travel arrangements to and from Murdoch University.

How does TLC110 qualify me for entry into Murdoch University?

You will be eligible to apply to Murdoch University if you:

  1. Pass TLC110 (this includes meeting attendance requirements)
  2. Achieve a scaled score of 50+ in ATAR English or a grade of 'C' or better in General English
  3. Achieve your WA Certificate of Education

When can I apply?

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! 

Completed forms must be submitted by close of business on 30th November 2017

How do I apply?

Contact your school and ask if they are participating in the TLC110 program.  If they are then they can provide you with the TLC110 application form.  You must complete the form and give it back to your school administration for their endorsement. The form should then be forwarded by email to: ontrack@murdoch.edu.au

Remember:  Applications MUST BE APPROVED & SIGNED by your school and supported by your parent/guardian.