‘Early Bird’ fee reduction for Foundation Studies October intake University of Tasmania June 8, 2018 Featured, UTAS Be an early bird with a Foundation Studies bursary! For this October only, we’re offering a generous early bird fee bursary if you apply for and accept an offer for the Foundation Studies Program (FSP) October intake 2018. Save nearly $6,000 in fees! Apply now and accept your FSP October intake offer no later than 30 August 2018 and you’ll be awarded a bursary meaning you will pay 30% less in tuition fees. That’s a saving of around AU$5,920! Fast-track your way into university. FSP is your gateway into university. If you don’t yet meet the academic entry requirements to enter your chosen university degree (for example, you’ve only done Year 11), FSP helps you get your academic knowledge and grades up to the level required to enter your chosen degree. What’s more, our October intake gets you into university faster – in nine months rather than the usual 12 for our February intake! So pass your FSP and you can start your undergraduate degree in July 2019!* Am I eligible? To be eligible, you must: be an international student; have received an offer to study Foundation Studies Program (E0E); commence your FSP studies in the October intake 2018; pay the acceptance fee in your letter of Offer and provide evidence of your payment no later than 30 August 2018. How do I apply? You don’t! There are no separate application bursary forms to complete. Just apply for Foundation Studies online or through a University of Tasmania agent and we will assess you automatically for this bursary. It couldn’t be easier! So what are you waiting for? Don’t delay. The early bird bursary closes on 30 August 2018. Apply and accept your FSP offer now! Terms and Conditions apply. *Our October intake only offers the Arts and Business streams which lead to entry in arts, humanities, IT, and business-related undergraduate degrees. Students wishing to study law, science, engineering, and health-related degrees should apply for our February intake FSP course. Emily Walsh If you want to improve your writing skills, you may visit https://plagiarismfreeessay.com/plagiarism/detecting-fraud-and-different-types-of-plagiarism/. Here you can find a lot about plagiarism and its types and how to avoid it in your essays.