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    Default CSPs for part-time study

    Does anyone know if part-time study qualifies for a Commonwealth Supported place? Thnking about a Masters in Occupational Therapy next year and it would be so much more affordable if a CSP was available. The course qualifies for CSPs (I'd imagine only a certain proportion of places) but I can't work out from the website if this is for fulltime study only.
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    Yes there are heaps of part time courses that are csp's. Just check the course details on the uni/tafe website and it will tell u if it's ff or csp

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    I have had a look and it looks like my degree is a CSP

    I am doing a Bach Behavioural Science externally part time. It should tell you on the course information page whether or not CSPis available.
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    Thanks girls. I didn't do my undergrad degree in Aus so bit unsure of the system here. It's good to hear that you know of ppl studying PT who have been given a CSP. The course I'm interested in is eligible for CSPs - but only about 1/3 of places I think, & awarded on merit, so I don't know what my chances are, but that's good that it's still possible for P/T.


 

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