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An undergraduate degree is the initial qualification you’re able to undertake at university.
To successfully complete an undergraduate degree, you’ll be required to attend lectures and tutorials (small discussion-based classes led by a tutor) either at your university campus or online, and pass assignments and/or exams based on the information you’ve been taught.
If you enter university with broad academic interests, an undergraduate degree can allow you to either pursue a double major, or double degree.
Although it depends on your course, undergraduate degrees usually take three to five years of full-time study to complete.
Once you successfully complete your undergraduate degree and graduate, you’ll be awarded a bachelor’s degree.
There are a number of alternative pathways which can grant you entry into undergraduate study at university, including previous vocational study, work and life experience, international study, and enabling courses.
An undergraduate degree is the first step on your journey towards a specialised career.
I have not yet had a lecturer who hasn’t expressed to the class that they will provide whatever level of support is required to ensure that students succeed.Paula Hicks, Business Management