FAQs

Top 3 frequently asked questions

Question 1:
How many UNSW Co-op Scholarships will be offered next year?

The number of UNSW Co-op Scholarships offered is directly dependent on the number of sponsors who choose to participate next year. We will let you know the number & names of the sponsor companies for your particular Program at the Interview Briefing Day, prior to any interviews taking place.

Question 2:
How are Co-op scholars selected?

Following a review of written applications, selection is by face-to-face interview held at UNSW with academics and representatives from the sponsor companies. Students selected at the interview stage will receive a conditional offer that is pending until ATARs and cut-offs are released.

See: Who should apply?

Question 3:
What ATAR do I need to achieve to be eligible for a Co-op Scholarship?

The academic requirement for entry to the Co-op program is a minimum ATAR of 96 (or equivalent). However, if entry to the specific program is higher, students must meet this award requirement without the assistance of bonus points (except EAS).

For example: Entry to the Bachelor of Commerce Co-op programs in 2014 was 96.3 (or equivalent). This means that the applicant needed to achieve a 96.3 ATAR without any bonus points (except EAS). So if they got 96, but the cut-off was 96.3, then their conditional offer for a Co-op Scholarship lapsed.

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About the Co-op Program
How many UNSW Co-op Scholarships will be offered next year?

The number of UNSW Co-op Scholarships offered is directly dependent on the number of sponsors who choose to participate next year. We will let you know the number & names of the sponsor companies for your particular Program at the Interview Briefing Day, prior to any interviews taking place.

What is Recommended /Assumed Knowledge?

'Recommended Knowledge' is the level of qualification we suggest students need to be a successful Co-op scholar in a particular field. This is generally at or above the level of 'Assumed Knowledge' which is the level the University specifies as desirable to study a particular course.

Students who do not have the respective level of assumed/recommended knowledge are not prevented from enrolling or applying but may be placed at a considerable disadvantage.

The assumed knowledge for all programs offered by the UNSW Business School is Mathematics. General Mathematics is not considered adequate entry to programs at UNSW.

How are Co-op scholars selected?

Following a review of written applications, selection is by face-to-face interview held at UNSW with academics and representatives from the sponsor companies. Students selected at the interview stage will receive a conditional offer that is pending until ATARs and cut-offs are released.

See: Who should apply?

What ATAR do I need to achieve to be eligible for a Co-op Scholarship?

The academic requirement for entry to the Co-op program is a minimum ATAR of 96 (or equivalent). However, if entry to the specific program is higher, students must meet this award requirement without the assistance of bonus points (except EAS).

For example: Entry to the Bachelor of Commerce Co-op programs in 2014 was 96.3 (or equivalent). This means that the applicant needed to achieve a 96.3 ATAR without any bonus points (except EAS). So if they got 96, but the cut-off was 96.3, then their conditional offer for a Co-op Scholarship lapsed.

Can I study a dual degree with the UNSW Co-op Program Scholarship?

The Co-op Scholarship Program is designed for students doing a single degree (with either a double OR a single major), who want to combine their study with a number of Industry Training Experience placements, to round out their career development & professional experience. Traditionally, we have not allowed Co-op Program students to pair a dual degree with their Co-op Program because it further extended their time at University (Co-op scholars already spend one additional year at University to accommodate their placements) and because our sponsor companies consistently tell us that the greatest value to be derived from the Co-op Program comes from the Industry Training Experiences and the professional development sessions we run for the students.

However, it is an undeniable fact that as students try to prepare for a very flexible career future, more and more are wanting to enrol in dual degrees at university. We cannot ignore these trends, particularly in some fields of study and therefore, the Co-op Program is exploring a number of ways that students may be able to complete Co-op Program requirements and also do a dual degree:

  1. Accepting a UNSW Co-op Scholarship offer is conditional upon you securing a place and enrolling in the appropriate SINGLE DEGREE at UNSW. If later you wish to explore a dual degree option, you can discuss the possibility with the Co-op Scholar Manager & your Academic Co-ordinator. The decision whether or not you are able to undertake a dual degree would depend upon approval from the sponsor(s), the marks you achieve in your Uni courses, and whether studying the dual degree would adversely impact upon your commitments to the Co-op Program, particularly your commitment to fulfilling all Industry Training Experience placements. Please note that dual degrees with Law cannot be studied under the Co-op Program due to conflicts with the Industry Training Experience placement schedule. It is important to note that Co-op Programs do allow students the opportunity to do DOUBLE MAJORS; that is, to combine a major in the chosen field of study with a major/minor in a broad range of other discipline
  2. The Co-op office will continue to explore ways to expand selected dual degree opportunities for high achieving students. Please do contact us if you have further questions.
Is HSC Plus recognised by the Co-op Program?

HSC Plus bonus points will not be considered for Co-op ATAR Requirement (see below for details on what type of points will be considered).

What type of bonus points will be considered for the purposes of my Co-op Scholarship application?

For the purposes of assessing Co-op Program scholarship eligibility, the Co-op Program will consider only* (EAS) ACCESS Scheme applicants

What is the (EAS) ACCESS Scheme?

The Educational Access Scheme is an alternative entry scheme available to Australian school leavers whose Year 11 and/or Year 12 studies have been seriously affected by circumstances beyond their control. The types of disadvantage considered include disability, financial hardship, language difficulties, rural isolation and chronic illness. Further information is available by contacting the Admissions Office on 02 9385 3228, or visit their website.

Can I accept more than one scholarship?

A student who accepts a UNSW Co-op Program Scholarship and is eligible for a Scientia Scholarship may accept both; however they will receive a $5,000 once off Scientia "bonus payment" in first year only. These students will remain eligible for all the other benefits of the Scientia Scholarship.

Where awarded, the student is permitted to accept an Academic Achievement Award (AAA) in conjunction with the UNSW Co-op Program. If applying for other scholarships, you will need to check those scholarship conditions. If you are then offered other scholarships, you will need to advise the Co-op Program before accepting a Co-op Scholarship offer.

Note: You cannot hold a Rural and Co-op Scholarship concurrently. If you are successful in gaining an offer for both scholarships, you will be asked to decide which one you would like to accept. See UNSW Scholarships FAQs for more information.

Can I defer my UNSW Co-op Program Scholarship?

No. Whilst you can defer your university enrolment, you cannot defer a UNSW Co-op Program Scholarship. You can re-apply the following year but you must complete another application and be available for interview. Unless you already gained an offer and deferred a place in the exact degree required for Co-op, you also need to ensure that you apply for the relevant degree through UAC.

(See: Can I still apply if I decide to take a gap year?)

What is the Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarship?

There will be a number of scholarships offered to students who live in rural and isolated areas of Australia who are interested in undertaking a program in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW. Your UNSW Co-op Program Application can be used to apply for these - but you also need to complete pages 1 and 2 and answer Question 11 of the Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarships Program Application Form. Submit both application forms to the UNSW Co-op Program.

For more details on the scholarship see: Rural Engineering and Other UNSW Scholarships.

How much is the Co-op Scholarship?

Scholars receive $18,200* per year for 4 years of their Co-op Program paid in fortnightly instalments. The scholarship money will be paid directly to the scholar’s bank account and can be used to support the scholar throughout their time at university, pay HECS or accommodation fees, etc. The UNSW Co-op Program scholarship has been deemed by the Tax Commissioner to be a tax-exempt award.

*Mining Engineering scholars will receive $10,600pa in tax-exempt scholarship payments. Unlike other programs, Mining Engineering scholars will be paid by the sponsor company while on IT placement at a minimum wage of $640 per week, which is taxable.

About the Application Process
What is the closing date for applications?

It's the same as UAC - 30 September. (Check other key dates). 

 

Can I make a late application?

No. All applications must be submitted online or received at the UNSW Co-op Office by 11:59pm on the 30th September.

Do I need a UAC number to start my application?

No. If you do not yet have a UAC Number, please use your Board of Studies/IB candidate/interstate student number, with a leading "1" to make up to 9 digits. 

If I want to apply for a combination of Programs in Business, Science or Engineering do I use the same application form?

Yes, however you can only list a maximum of three (3) programs. Just nominate the programs in order of preference and only list those you are seriously interested in studying.

My activity doesn't appear in the list, does that mean it's not important?

In question one, part A, we have tried to list many of the activities/achievements that we know you may be involved in.  This list will continue to grow over time as we take note of new activities that students are involved in. To view the list, simply type in a key word to narrow the results, scroll down the list and select the relevant activity.

In question one, part B, we have given you the opportunity to list any other activities you are involved in or achievements you have had.  If your activity isn't listed in part A it doesn't mean it's not important, we just haven't included it in our main list yet!

What additional information should I include with my application?

YOU NO LONGER NEED TO SEND IN SCHOOL REPORTS TO COMPLETE YOUR CO-OP APPLICATION.

If you complete and activate your application ONLINE, you only need to post the back page ('School's Assessment' section) of your application to the Co-op Program by C.O.B. 30 September. In addition to completing and submitting your application online, you will also be responsible to ensure the timely submission of your schools assessment page (SAP). The SAP is submitted directly to the Co-op Office by the nominated teacher. 

What kind of referees do I need to list in the application?

You can choose anyone who can support your application and provide feedback about you. Your referees can be someone from your school, the community, or your employer.

How will I know my application has been received by the UNSW Co-op Program office?

You will receive an email notification after you have submitted your application to confirm receipt.

Do you have sample answers that I can look at?

No, we do not provide sample answers.  The first question asks you to list activities and dates.  After that, the best thing to do is to focus on your activities, achievements and learning's (particularly in the last 2-3 years) and describe (not list) what you gained out of them.

Remember, you want to differentiate yourself - you don't want to simply make your application the same as everyone elses!

When will I know if I have an interview?

A notification will be sent via email in November (See Key Dates) advising you to view your application status online. 

I want to practice my answers, where can I get a copy of the questions?

You can download and use the Quick Guide.  This guide contains all the application questions as well as the character limits (which include spaces) for each question.

Can I still apply if I decide to take a gap year?

Yes. If you take a gap year you can still apply for a Co-op Scholarship when applications open again the year after you complete your HSC. However, if you are not 100% certain that you will take a gap year, we would encourage you to apply the year you complete your HSC. If you later decide to take a gap year, you cannot defer a scholarship offer, but can reapply* in the next round.

(See: Can I defer my UNSW Co-op Program Scholarship?)

* Please note that if you undertake any university study towards a degree during your gap year you will become ineligible for a Co-op Scholarship.       

Do character limits include spaces?

Yes, character limits do include spaces.  Remember, every applicant is required to meet the same limits and we are unable to increase them.

The formatting of my application looks funny, is paragraph formatting allowed?

We have removed additional formatting to keep the applications neatly fitting on the number of pages allowed for the application.  Remember, every applicant is required to meet the same limits. We are looking for well-rounded students and we asess your application based on your answers given in all questions.

Does the system spell check my answers?

No. We recommend that you draft your responses in a word processing program, spell and grammar check them and then copy into the online system.  It is your responsibility to ensure that you are happy with your application before you submit.

What supporting documentation is considered, should I send you my resume?

We will only consider the contents of your application form (including your answers to the questions and academic results) and your Schools Assessment/GAP Year Explanation*.  Please do not forward any other documentation as it will be disregarded.

* Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarship Scheme applicants may have  financial circumstances documentation that they can submit and be considered for the purposes of that scholarship.

What sort of photo should I include?

The photograph must be recent (within the last 12 months) and a passport size/clear head and shoulders, solo shot (ie portrait, not group photo).  You might like to scan in your school photo.

You can only upload a JPEG/.jpg file (1MB) with an aspect ratio of 4:3 (ie Width/Horizontal=180, and Height/Vertical=240 pixels). You can use Microsoft Paint to resize an image.

When is my Co-op application due?

You will need to complete all sections of your application and submit online by 11:59pm on 30 September. Note: There will be no technical support after 5pm. To avoid the system crashing, it is best that you don't leave it to the last minute and submit your application BEFORE the deadline.

When is my Co-op Application Schools Assessment due?

You must allow adequate time for your School to complete your Schools Assessment. Generally schools require the Schools Assessment page to be given to them in late August early September, please discuss with your School and keep in mind that School Holidays are on at the time your application is due.  Your application will not be considered complete without it. 

Are New Zealand citizens eligible for the Co-op Program?

New Zealand (NZ) citizens are eligible to apply to the Co-op Program and the Co-op Program has had successful NZ applicants awarded a scholarship in the past.

Completion of National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3 is the equivalent of completing the standard Australian Year 12 program and normally satisfies the pre-requisite for application. Your NCEA Level 3 results would be converted to an ATAR and the Co-op office would need to confirm a conditional offer late pending the NCEA results release date.

You can find more information here: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entra...

Please note that if you are successful with your application, you are expect to attend an interview at the end of November at the UNSW Kensington Campus.

Can I still submit my application if my Supporting Documentation (Schools Assessment Page*) has not been completed?

You can submit your application prior to your school submitting your SAP; however, your submitted application will not be considered complete until your Schools Assessment Page has been submitted. It is your responsibility to follow it up with your School - we will not process your application if it is not completed.  If you are unsure of your school's email address, you should speak directly to the person you are nominating, or call us to discuss your options.

* If you have taken a GAP year, the School Assessment Page is replaced with your GAP explanation page. You will not be required to nominate your school; however you must submit a GAP year explanation in its place.

Do I need to register separately for the UNSW Co-op Program, Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarships and for other Scholarships at UNSW?

Applicants can apply for the UNSW Co-op Program and (if eligible) the Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarship scheme through the same online Application form provided by the UNSW Co-op Program.

If you only want to apply for the rural scholarship, simply select "Yes" in Application Question #13 where it asks: Would you like to apply ONLY for the Faculty of Engineering Rural Scholarship?

After registering through the UNSW Co-op Program online system, applicants can apply for other UNSW Scholarships.  Simply login and select "search & apply" on the left hand menu below the heading "other UNSW scholarships" (on the Co-op online system). This means that applicants need only register and complete all personal/contact/education back ground details once and have these details carry across the UNSW Scholarships system so you can apply for any other scholarships you are eligible for.

What happens after I submit?

After you submit you will not be able to make further changes to your application. You will receive an email confirming receipt of your application.  In November we will be in touch regarding the outcome of your application and whether you have been selected for interview. See Key Dates for more information.

Do I need to make a separate application to UAC?

Yes. You do need to apply to UAC for admission to programs at UNSW. Once you have obtained your UAC number you need to ensure the number is entered in your UNSW Co-op Program application form.

Can I update my login / UAC number?

Yes. Before you submit your application online, it is your responsibility to ensure that your Login ID is correctly updated to your UAC number.

To do this, simply go to the "update login and/or password" section, enter your UAC number and SAVE.

The webpage doesn't seem to appear correctly or the functions don't seem to work.

There's a few things you can do first: 

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Use a different browser - eg Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.(see instructions below.) 
  3. Use a different computer/laptop. Are you using a Mac or PC?

Some users have reported issues in some browsers. We recommend that you use/download one the following (if you don't already have it installed): Internet Explorer 11 and above or Mozilla Firefox version 31 and above.

The system is fully functional and tested on all these versions. If you are unsure which version you are using, once you open your currently installed version of IE or Firefox please go the HELP menu and select: About Mozilla Firefox/Internet Explorer.

If you experience further technical issues, please call us on +61 2 9385 5116 to discuss, or take a screenshot and email cooprog@unsw.edu.au.

Include:

  • if you are on a Mac or PC;
  • which internet browser (incl. version) you are using; 
  • describe the problem you are having; 
  • provide screenshots of any error messages or other issues.
Do I need to use a specific UAC code?

Any student applying for a Co-op scholarship in Accounting & Business Management; Finance and Banking; Information Systems Management and Marketing, will apply through the new B.Com (Co-op) degree. Students applying for a Co-op scholarship in Business Information Systems, will apply through the Information Systems (Co-op) Degree in Business Information Systems and those applying for a Co-op scholarship in Actuarial Studies, will apply through the new B. Actuarial Studies (Co-op) Degree.

B.Com (Co-op) Degree:

The 4 year degree program has a stand-alone UAC code 424600. Students applying for Co-op will need to list this code in their preferences. If students want to come to UNSW to do Business even if they are unsuccessful in gaining a Co-op scholarship, they will also need to list the standard B.Com UAC code 424000 in their preference list.

Information Systems (Co-op) Degree in Business Information Systems:

The new 4 year degree program has a stand-alone UAC code 424640. Students applying for Co-op in Business Information Systems will need to list this code in their preferences. If students want to come to UNSW, to do Information Systems even if they are unsuccessful in gaining a Co-op scholarship, they will also need to list the standard B.Information Systems UAC code 424500 in their preference list.

B.Actuarial Studies (Co-op) Degree:

The new 4 year degree program has a stand-alone UAC code 424620. Students applying for Co-op Actuarial Studies will need to list this code in their preferences. If students want to come to UNSW, to do Actuarial Studies even if they are unsuccessful in gaining a Co-op scholarship, they will also need to list the standard B.Actuarial UAC code 424300 in their preference list.

NB. Minimum 98 ATAR (or equivalent) for B.Actuarial Studies/B.Actuarial Studies (Co-op).

Students will be prompted with the correct codes when they register their preferences on the Co-op Online Application system.

Applicants in Science or Engineering continue to use the general UAC code for those programs as listed in the UAC guide.

What if I'm from interstate, or studying an IB/OP/SAT, or an Australian Citizen studying overseas and my academic results don't match the field titles?

Results/positions must be entered as they appear on your report card(s). We acknowledge that the types of grading can vary from state to state, even school to school. As long as you write an explanation, you should be fine.

For those not from NSW, or who do not sit trial exams (e.g. QLD), enter the results from your yearly report card and write an explanation of those results in the space (free text box) provided. If you don't have anything to enter in the field, put a dash "-" and write an explanation.

Remember, the purpose of these questions is for us to see how you perform in the subject area. You should advise us the most current results you have (eg. if you don't have your Yr12 results, then at least provide us with your Yr11 results) and write an explanation. 

Do I need to have the program I am applying for under Co-op as one of my UAC Preferences?

If you are offered a UNSW Co-op Program Scholarship, you need to ensure that your preferences are such that you will be offered a position in that program.

Which UAC preferences do I include in my application?

In the Educational Background section, please enter your UAC preferences as they appear at the time of your submission. This includes the UAC codes for all degrees and institutions, not just UNSW.

What if I am interested in more than one Program offered by the UNSW Co-op Program?

You can apply for up to three (3) programs in your application, but only apply for Programs you are actually interested in studying. Nominate the programs in order of preference.

How many Co-op program preferences should I include?

You can apply for up to three (3) programs in your application, but only apply for programs you are actually interested in studying and pursuing as a career. Nominate the programs in order of preference.

About Industry Training
What is expected on Industry Training placements?

Each IT placement is a learning experience, which complements academic studies. During the IT placements students are expected to conform to professional standards of performance, dress, business hours and undertake appropriate duties and responsibilities.

Scholars are required to work with different sponsors in subsequent IT placements. Contact with all sponsors of the UNSW Co-op Program will be possible, over the duration of the program, through company visits, guest lectures and social events.

Will I have to study at UNSW whilst on IT?

Students studying Business, Information Systems, Computer Science and Construction Property and Management will be required to complete at least one course whilst on IT placement. These classes are often attended in the evening.

Do Co-op scholars incur a HECS debt?

Co-op scholars incur the normal HECS debt related to the degree the student is studying.

Business scholars - From 2012 all NEW Co-op scholars in Business will enrol in the recently developed, four year B.Com (CO-OP) Degree*. Increased recognition is being awarded for increased reporting and assessment of industry experience. All industry placements will become fully assessable (Industry & University) courses and consequently, be granted credit points and attract HECS.

*Co-op scholars completing their degree in Business Information Systems are also awarded a 4 year degree, Bachelor of Information Systems (Co-op). All other conditions of the new B.Com (CO-OP) will apply to this degree.

Engineering and Science - Co-op Programs in Engineering and Science are four year degrees and Co-op Engineering scholars* do an additional 5th year to complete all industry training experiences. Engineering and Science industry placements do not incur a HECS debt.

*Mining and Petroleum Engineering scholars do not do an additional fifth year. Computer Science scholars undertake a three year program over a four year duration to accommodate industry training experiences. Computer Science scholars will only attract HECs fees for courses studied under the standard three year program.

Do Co-op Scholarships cover HECS fees in part or in full? On what can I spend the scholarship money?

Co-op scholarship payments can be spent at the student's absolute discretion and therefore could be used to pay-off all or part of a HECS debt.

Can Co-op scholarship holders take on paid employment during vacations or get involved in other work experience programs?

Co-op scholars can complete other part-time/vacation work while they on the program BUT only in periods where they do not have Program/work placement commitments. Timing of these commitments will depend on the degree being studied, please refer to the IT placement times for the specific programs.

Am I guaranteed a job with a sponsor company when I graduate?

After graduation there is no formal obligation for Co-op scholars to be employed by any of the sponsoring companies. Likewise, there is no obligation for sponsoring companies to offer employment. However, employers recognise that the Co-op Program produces the kind of graduates they are very keen to attract for challenging positions in their organisations. It is expected that scholars will firstly consider employment with a sponsor organisation.

About UNSW
Where do I find the main website of UNSW?

Our main website is www.unsw.edu.au.

Where do I find information on the different Faculties at UNSW?

Click here to view all the different faculties at UNSW. As you click through the pages for each faculty, you should find more detailed information on the areas of study offered, along with other useful information for future students

Where do I find the Handbook for UNSW?

A link to the UNSW Handbook can be found here. This is your guide to degree programs and courses offered at UNSW. Also see Faculties.

I'm a parent whose son or daughter is interested in studying at UNSW. What is the best source of information for me?

There is a good general guide for parents available here. You may also wish to contact the Student Recruitment Office, as well as a specific faculty if your child knows which one they are interested in studying with. 

How do I find information about housing, accommodation or residential colleges at the University?

There is a wide range of accommodation both on and off campus for UNSW students. The UNSW Residential Communities website is a great place to start finding out more information. 

What other scholarships are available at UNSW?

Apart from the Co-op Program, there are many other types of scholarships available at UNSW. Information, including instructions on how to register and apply, can be found on the UNSW Scholarships website

Information for Sponsors
When should I expect a scholar on placement at my company?

Placement times differ for each program. Please refer to the particular program structure of the program/s you sponsor for details on when scholars are allocated for IT placements.

Can I choose which scholars I get on placement?

Sponsors can contact the Academic Co-ordinator and/or the Industry Liaison for their program/s to indicate preferences or what sort of work they can offer in order for this to be taken into consideration. Scholars are also consulted for their preferences. Final allocation of scholars is the responsibility of the Academic Co-ordinator.

What happens if we are unhappy with the scholar's performance?

We encourage you to discuss any issues firstly with the student to ensure the student has the opportunity to improve the situation or can provide feedback on what is causing the problem. If this discussion does not resolve the issue please contact the Industry Liaison for that program for further advice.

Do we pay the student whilst they are working on IT placement?

No. Throughout their periods of IT placements scholars receive, directly from the university, their regular fortnightly payment instalments*. It is therefore not appropriate for a sponsor to pay the scholar additional amounts outside the scholarship award whilst they are on placement. This is also important for the scholar to be covered by the university's insurance. Click here to download the insurance documents.

Is the scholar entitled to leave or flexible hours?

Scholars are expected to complete the entire duration of their IT placement (10, 12, 24 or 48 weeks depending on program and IT number) with the sponsor organisation. Any loss of time due to sickness, injury or approved outside activity will need to be made up unless otherwise determined by the sponsor. This includes scholars who may need to leave early to attend classes at UNSW, normally no more than one afternoon a week.

Leave or the prorating of leave is not applicable to scholars as this time has already been deducted in calculating their overall IT placement. We ask the sponsors to be flexible to accommodate scholars academic requirements, however all scholars are expected to make that time back unless otherwise determined by the sponsor. This is to be negotiated between the scholar and sponsor. Please contact the Industry Liaison for your program if complications arise. Contact Us

What sort of tasks can I give to a scholar?

The IT placement activities are intended to compliment academic studies by exposing scholars to the practical application of their university degree. The sponsor organisation is encouraged to challenge the scholar and to provide regular feedback on their progress. Most of the scholars have demonstrated abilities beyond those normally expected of people of a similar age and should respond well to challenges. We advise companies to treat them like a graduate recruit and to consult each scholar about particular strengths and areas for development.

When do we receive an invoice?

We invoice our sponsors annually in January. For further questions regarding payments please see the contact details of our finance officer. Contact Us

Who can I contact if I have further questions?

The Co-op team has three Industry Liaisons that can assist you with any enquiries. Please see the contact details of the person that looks after your program/s. Contact Us