Study geospatial science in Queensland
Sifting through your options after the ATAR results are announced
2020 has been a challenging year, but we’ve got a much more positive 2021 to look forward to. If you are considering your tertiary study options for the new year, and geospatial science is a potential focus, then your ATAR results will be at the front of your mind.
With ATAR results now out, secondary school graduates may be considering a change of preferences options, while others may be thinking about mature age student tertiary entry. Here are a few key dates to remember:
- First offer round released Wednesday December 23rd (change of preference deadline 12pm Monday December 21st)
- Second offer round released Thursday January 14th (change of preference deadline 12pm Thursday January 7th)
- Third offer round released Friday January 22nd
- Fourth offer round released Friday January 29th
Make sure you check out the QTAC website as you make these final important decisions for 2020, and read on to find out a little more about the spatial study options in Queensland, including geospatial course page links.
Intelligence to map out your future
The Sunshine State offers a bright array of study opportunities for anyone who is considering geospatial science as a study path. With respected educational institutions such as the University of Queensland and the University of Southern Queensland offering spatial science options, the Smart State certainly is working hard to live up to its name.
Identify the right tertiary path for you now to make the most of your studies in the future; take a look at the pathway information below to understand what your Queensland spatial options are.
University of Southern Queensland
- Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) – Major Geographic Information Systems (four years full time): ATAR entry requirement of 74.15
- Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (three years full time)
- Associate Degree of Spatial Science (two years full time)