Teachers, we’re here to help you too! We’ve brought together a bunch of information in the one place that can support you, in supporting and encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to think their way through to higher education.

There are realistic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to enter higher education. We’ve brought to you a number of resources and links that will empower you to encourage your students further!

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Resources

Information. Support. Contacts. Links.

With a range of resources and information to highlight the benefits of higher education, relevant to current school students, recent school leavers, and even non-school leavers, there is sure to be something of relevance to you and your students. If you are have some favourite websites and sources of relevant information that help you, send us some feedback with details, and share your ideas with your colleagues.

Indigenous Education Units

Staying connected

Universities provide support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in a variety of ways to help them navigate their way through university and succeed in their studies. Indigenous Education Units (or Indigenous Support Units) include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and support services to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students achieve their dreams, while staying connected to what’s important. Search through the Indigenous Education Units at many universities, and discover information and contacts which could assist with arranging campus tours and school visits, information on financial assistance and scholarships, and alternative entry pathway information.

Teachers Resource Kits

Use our downloadable materials to support the Portal and help encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to think their way through higher education.

The teaching resources feature Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have overcome challenges to enter higher education, pursue their dreams and to think their way!