On Campus Courses(284 courses)
The Certificate III & IV in Fitness (SIS30315 + SIS40215) is a comprehensive combined course that equips students with the skills and knowledge they need to become fully qualified fitness instructors or personal trainers.View course information
Launch your career as a personal trainer or fitness instructor with the skills gained in this Associate Degree of Sports Business from Australian College of Physical Education.View course information
Turn your skills in planning and analysis into an exciting international career with this Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Accounting course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Get the best start to your fitness and gain a competitive edge with this Bachelor of Applied Fitness course.View course information
A Bachelor of Arts is a dynamic, cross-disciplinary course that enables students to turn their personal interests and passions into viable careers.View course information
The Bachelor of Arts (Arts Management) equips students with the fundamental knowledge and practical skills necessary for undertaking careers as management professionals within the wider arts industry.View course information
Turn your creativity into a career in teaching with this innovative Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Birth - 5/Birth - 12) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Turn your creative mind to the exciting challenge of shaping young learners with this Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Primary) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Solve problems, help people, and build world-ready professional skills with this Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Secondary) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Turn your natural curiosity into a rewarding new career with this industry-focused Bachelor of Arts (with a key program in Psychology) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Build creative, adapted skills to be ready for an emerging future of work with this Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Turn your problem-solving skills into a rewarding career in business leadership with this Bachelor of Business (Advanced Business Leadership) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Build world-class leadership skills to tackle our biggest business problems with this Bachelor of Business (Advanced Business Leadership) and Bachelor of Laws course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Build strong skills for a stand-out career in business while setting yourself up for a future in teaching with this Bachelor of Business (Pathway to Teaching Secondary) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Turn your problem-solving skills into an exciting career in the dynamic business world with this combined Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Laws course from Western Sydney University.View course information
Start an exciting global career in the fast-paced tourism industry by studying a Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management.View course information
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About On Campus Courses
If a social and interactive study experience is what you're after, then traditional on campus study is the way for you! Opting to study on campus means you'll get a more hands-on experience and have face-to-face contact with fellow students, support staff and teachers. Plus you'll be able to attend social events, stay motivated with group study sessions and access to student facilities and all library resources. On campus study is best when you live within easy travelling distance or you want to live on-site.
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