A range of professional development programs will be developed in consultation with the community and the National Consultative Committee.
A range of professional development programs will be developed in consultation with the community and the National Consultative Committee. A number of short courses will be designed to meet the needs of local, State and national businesses, as well as government and private organisations.
Community Access Program (CAP)
CAP at The University of Melbourne gives you access to single subject study offered by the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies at The University of Melbourne.
CAP gives you the choice to be either assessed or non-assessed for the subject. If you choose to undertake the non-assessed option for the subject above, you may complete the course entirely online. Audio lectures and reading materials are all available online, and students will be given access to tutors and other students through online forums and emails.
Assessed subjects completed under CAP may be used as credit when applying for a diploma or degree course at The University of Melbourne. CAP also gives you the opportunity to have a taste and trial of what is on offer in Islamic Studies prior to committing to a more rigorous academic course of study in the field.
For an application form or more information about CAP, including a downloadable information brochure and fee details, please go to the Future Students Community Access Program website.