Redlands College has formed strong partnerships with Universities in the provision of accelerated tertiary study programs. The College congratulates 2017 senior students who have received guaranteed entry and/or scholarships into local universities. 

Annabelle Boxsell, Jackson Maybury, Dylan Molloy and Jayde Hearne have received guaranteed entry into a Bachelor of Business, Commerce or Design at Griffith University through the Griffith Business School Transition Program. This program encourages students to further business studies at university by linking the curriculum of schools and universities and exposing students to the tertiary environment. 

Emma Oosthuysen has received guaranteed entry to a double degree of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Criminology Justice at Griffith University through the Griffith University Early Start to Tertiary Studies (GUESTS). Emma successfully completed 'Introduction to Forensic Psychology' at a Distinction level through this program.   

Karly Caulkett and Deveron Price participated in the University of Queensland Enhanced Studies Program (ESP) and completed one university subject during Year 12.

Geena Lee received the Bond University Collegiate Excellence Scholarship, covering 50% of tuition fees, by demonstrating high academic achievement, leadership skills and community involvement. 

Bailey Allen (Bachelor of Nursing), Thomas Nickelson (Bachelor of Teaching/Science),  Lachlan Stubbs (Bachelor of Paramedicine) and Shanay Swaney (Bachelor of Nursing/Paramedicine) completed the ACU Early Achievers’ Program (EAP) based on their volunteer involvement in a community/cultural organisation, school, church or local sporting group and have received guaranteed entry to these degrees at ACU.

Strong partnerships between the College and tertiary providers have facilitated entry into a new season of advanced study for these students.

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