Flinders University recognises international secondary schooling for direct entry to undergraduate programs.
English language requirements
Focused on uncovering long-buried secrets that deepen our understanding of how life on Earth evolved, this degree provides you with in-depth knowledge and appreciation of the Australian fossil record in addition to a broad-based foundation in palaeontology and allied disciplines. You will also will develop a range of transferable research, analytical and communication skills.
What you will study
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This degree provides you with the tool-set necessary for palaeontological careers anywhere in the world, whether your interests include working in a museum, evolutionary studies, fieldwork, ecological/environmental research, teaching or science communication.
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Level of Study Bachelor Degree
Duration 3 years
CRICOS Course Code 098228C
English Requirements IELTS Score UG 6
Annual Tuition AUD$40,200.00
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