Apply through VTAC or UAC

Step 1: Choose your course

Contact us if you have any questions.

Step 2: Check your course requirements

Some courses require you to have done specific Year 11 or 12 subjects or to show your portfolio. These will be used with your ATAR to see if you are eligible for a place in a course. Check the 'prerequisite' and 'Year 12 and non-Year 12 extra requirements' sections for your course.

Not a year 12 student?

Check the 'non-Year 12 extra requirements' sections for your course.

Contact us to get personal advice on how to get into the course you want.

Step 3: Consider your entry pathways

Include a 'pathway' option on your VTAC (Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre) preferences to improve your chance of doing your top course.

Example: You want to get into the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, which last year had an ATAR of 80.05. You expect your ATAR will be around 75, so you put the Bachelor of Science with an ATAR of 60 as your second preference. This way, if you miss out on the Bachelor of Biomedical Science, you can accept an offer to the Bachelor of Science, get good marks in your first year and transfer into the second year of biomedical sciences.

Use the ATAR wizard to plan your pathways into your top course.

There are also other options to help you get into uni, even if you didn't finish Year 12 or get the marks you wanted. You could get special consideration to reduce the ATAR you need, do a short program to prepare for uni, get another qualification that will take time off your degree, or several other options.

Contact us to get personal advice on the best way into your dream course.

Step 4: Apply through VTAC or UAC

Once you've decided on your courses, apply through VTAC. You can apply for courses in Mildura and Albury-Wodonga using VTAC or UAC (University Admissions Centre).

Step 5: Get your ATAR and consider your preferences

Once ATARs are released in December, you may want to change your preferences. You can always contact us to discuss your options.

Not a year 12 student?

You won't be waiting for an ATAR, so you are welcome to change your preferences at any time before the deadline.

Step 6: Receive your offer

Offers come out in a number of rounds. You will be made an offer based on your preferences, your ATAR and how well you met any other course requirements. Find out how offers work.

Step 7: Accept and enrol

Once you receive your offer it's important to accept or defer to secure your place at uni.

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