What is a ‘right fit’ student? – Admissions-Southern Cross University

What is a ‘right fit’ student?

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What is a ‘right fit’ student?

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A ‘right fit’ student is one who understands and is committed to the academic, compliance and social values of Southern Cross University, including maintaining satisfactory academic progress and attendance, actively engaging with the academic community and campus/student activities and abiding by all visa and legislative requirements of an international student. You can see the full definition of a ‘right fit’ student below.

A ‘right fit’ student should be one with the academic capability, drive and commitment to complete their studies with discipline, honesty and integrity.

Further, the recruitment of a ‘right fit’ student should be based on the student’s commitment to meet visa requirements as determined by the Department of Home Affairs so as not to prejudice the university’s standing as a provider of quality education.

We don’t seek academic excellence, only the drive and commitment to achieve the most excellent version of themselves a student can be.

John Crowder Selected answer as best 13 October 2021
Question is closed for new answers.
John Crowder Selected answer as best 13 October 2021
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A ‘right fit’ student is one who understands and is committed to the academic, compliance and social values of Southern Cross University, including maintaining satisfactory academic progress and attendance, actively engaging with the academic community and campus/student activities and abiding by all visa and legislative requirements of an international student. You can see the full definition of a ‘right fit’ student below. A ‘right fit’ student should be one with the academic capability, drive and commitment to complete their studies with discipline, honesty and integrity. Further, the recruitment of a ‘right fit’ student should be based on the student’s commitment to meet visa requirements as determined by the Department of Home Affairs so as not to prejudice the university’s standing as a provider of quality education. We don’t seek academic excellence, only the drive and commitment to achieve the most excellent version of themselves a student can be.
John Crowder Selected answer as best 13 October 2021