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Once you have successfully completed all progress tests and your final exam you are issued with a Statement of Achievement.

Introductory Mathematics provides you with the foundation knowledge to be successful in Senior Mathematics and covers the basics of algebra, trigonometry and statistics. Senior Mathematics goes into these topics in more details also covering calculas.

If you have difficulty paying the full amount of a course upfront, you may be eligible for a payment plan.

View the eligibility requirements on the TAFE Queensland website here.

You will know your enrolment has been processed when you receive a welcome email from Unilearn within 48 hours of your enrolment keeping in mind Unilearn is not open on weekends. If this is not received then you will need to call Unilearn to follow up.

There is no set age limit to enrol into a Unilearn course. We accept enrolments for all ages.

Once you have access to your online classroom (called ‘Connect’), you will be able to do the following:

  • Submit progress tests for marking and feedback
  • View additional material
  • Listen to pre-recorded tutorials
  • Participate in discussion forums with your tutor and other students enrolled in your course.

There are no scheduled times you can listen to and interact with your tutor online however you can always organise a time to speak to them. Outside of the online classroom, your tutor can always be contacted by phone & email.

Upon successful completion of a Unilearn course you receive a certificate and letter of achievement. It is your responsibility to get a JP’d copy of your certificate and submit this to your qualifying body for consideration. Also note, that while most universities recognise Unilearn as prerequisite courses it is a good idea to contact the university you want to study with before enrolling into a Unilearn foundation course.

Unilearn courses can serve as one of two purposes for students applying for University. As a prerequisite for a particular degree or as a refresher to brush up on knowledge & skills prior to application.

All Unilearn courses are studied via online delivery which means they can be studied at your own pace and at a time that suits and fits in with your other commitments.

You can enrol and start at anytime that suits you and the deadlines you are wanting to meet.

Yes, Unilearn will need a letter from your commanding officer with the dates of when you were ‘away’. Once Unilearn has received those dates your close of study date will be extended to reflect the time you were ‘away’.

We will only consider a refund if you meet the requirements of our Refund Policy.

Yes, Unilearn delivers around the world. If you do not physically live in Australia (regardless of your citizenship) you will need to fill out the enrolment form for international students.

For exams, you are able to arrange for someone to invigilate your exam. For more information please visit the Final Exam information page.

Although many universities within Australia accept Unilearn courses, you must always check with your specific faculty within the University to confirm that they recognise our courses as fulfilling their prerequisite requirements.

Please remember that we cannot guarantee that our courses are recognised by any university outside of Australia.

Unilearn courses are delivered entirely online and all assessments are submitted in the online classroom.

You can study more than one subject at a time but you only have 12 months to complete all of the courses that you enrol in. Most people find that two subjects is as much as they can handle in a year if they are not working. You may benefit from enrolling in one subject and then only enrolling in the next when you feel comfortable with the workload or you have completed the first.  

We run these courses online so that you can participate no matter where you are located.

This topic is covered in detail under the Reporting your scores to a Tertiary or University Admissions Centre (i.e. QTAC, VTAC or others) section on the Final Exams page.