Applications for 2020 entry into the Aerospace Gateway Program are now open.

The Aerospace Gateway to Industry Schools program was established to support the growth and development of an effective workforce for the aviation industry sector. The program currently involves sixteen Queensland secondary schools (government and non-government), of which St Patrick’s College is one.

The Aerospace Gateway Schools Direct Entry Scheme is a great opportunity for students at participating secondary schools to receive a direct entry offer into the following programs at The University of Queensland:  Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)  Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Information Technology  Bachelor of Information Technology If you are a current Year 12 student (you do not have to have Aerospace as one of your subjects) and you meet the criteria and prerequisites outlined in the Information for applicants, simply fill in the Application form and submit it to your Principal by the due date so they can fill in their part.

Applications submitted by the due date are considered by a selection panel and successful applicants are normally notified early in term four. Successful applicants are also eligible to study any of the broad range of specialisations offer by the University of Queensland in the Engineering and Information Technology faculties.

Access to these programs and our World-class facilities has limited places under this partnership scheme. T

o apply, you must:

 be currently studying in Year 12 at a participating school;

 have a strong interest in aerospace, engineering or information technology;

 read the Information for applicants;

 ensure you fill in your part of the Application form and submit it to your Principal no later than the advertised date;

 make sure you have applied for a place in your preferred program through QTAC and that it is your highest eligible preference; and  continue to study hard to make sure you get good grades in Year 12.

If you have any questions, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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