The Military Academic Pathway Program (MAPP) is a four-week intensive program available to military personnel. The Program is taught in 2 week blocks, from 12 April to 23 April and from 24 May to 4 June. Upon successful completion students apply to enter first year of a Flinders University degree.
MAPP is specifically designed to assist military personnel transition successfully into university, both academically and socially. The program covers a wide range of academic skills development, facilitated engagement with support services, linking with peer mentoring, and academic advocacy. The program is five days a week, Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm (actual times may vary within the period of 9am to 2pm each day of the program. A full program schedule will be made available to all students prior to commencement). In addition, students can expect an extra 18 hours per week of independent study.
We intend to offer MAPP on campus at Bedford Park however if COVID-19 restrictions increase delivery may change to online.
This program is open to Australian Defence Force veterans, including personnel still serving, those in the process of transition, and for people who have already left the military.
The program is available at no cost to the student.*
If you successfully complete the Military Academic Pathway Program you will be considered for admission to the following Flinders University undergraduate degrees: