You can’t save a draft of your course application while you are working on it, but you can change your course preferences after it is completed. If you provide incorrect information or omit information such as current and previous studies, you may jeopardise your chance of receiving offers, or any offers you receive may be withdrawn. Check the lists of institutions that have provided information about their enrolment and deferment policies. Before you start writing your responses, open the form or run through the demo and make note of the character limits that apply to the sections you want to complete. For more information see Changing your course preferences. Please note that this section is not used for special consideration.
You give this permission either at the time of applying, or later in your VTAC user account. If you wish to direct comments to specific course preferences, identify the course in your comments. VTAC does not issue refunds on course application processing fees except as required by law. The application will tell you if VTAC is able to retrieve your Year 12 results automatically, or if you will need to supply evidence. If you provide incorrect information or omit information such as current and previous studies, you may jeopardise your chance of receiving offers, or any offers you receive may be withdrawn. Please only move the offered course to below courses you would genuinely consider not to the lowest preference place.
You can change your course preferences between offer rounds as many times as you choose. You can enter a different statement for each course on your preference list. See Dates and fees. To be vtad for offers, you must pay your course application processing fee on time.
See final payment dates. You will be asked for details about your roles including where and when you held the role and the duties your performed, with space provided for you to make comments on each role.
You only need to fill out the sections that are relevant to your course application. VTAC does not issue refunds on course application processing fees except as required by law.
You must ensure you are eligible for the specialist areas you vvtac for, otherwise selection is unlikely.
Writing a draft in advance will also help you make sure your responses fit dtatement the character limits. In some cases you may be required to attend enrolment in person on a specific date and time.
You can use the last section to direct specific comments to individual courses. Before adding a preference, always check the selection criteria to ensure you have met all course requirements.
If you receive a verbal offer statemeent should ask for the name of the person making the offer and contact VTAC immediately. If you wish to direct comments to specific course preferences, identify the course in your comments. You will also be asked if you want to participate in the supplementary offer round process.
How to apply for courses
There are different fees for timely, late and very late course applications, so the amount you pay depends on when you apply. For more information see Change your course preferences. If you didn’t receive an offer and want to find out why, contact the institution directly to discuss this. Examples of standard Australian Year 12 include: You can choose to pay immediately or later through your VTAC user account.
VTAC recommends that you pay early. You must list all current and previous tertiary studies undertaken in Australia and overseas including tertiary study this year if you did not officially withdraw by the census date.
Before you can apply for courses, you must create a VTAC account.
Keep your responses brief and to the point to avoid going over the character limit. For more information see Admissions tests.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you complete your application accurately, answer all relevant questions and provide the required information. After the course selection authorities have considered your application, they will advise VTAC whether they wish to offer you a place in the course.
Personal statement – VTAC
You give this permission either at the time of applying, or later in your VTAC user account. Verbal offers have no status. For institutional policy statements about participation in offer desdline, refer to the institutional pages. Use this section to direct specific comments to any course on your preference list. If you receive one of these offers, you will still be automatically considered for higher preferences in later offer rounds.
How to apply for courses – VTAC
Other questions associated with a deasline, impairment or medical condition will assist institutions ensuring that their facilities meet your needs. However, if the VTAC Personal Statement is not listed under essential requirements and admission criteria the selection authorities may not consider the information you supply.
For information about when evidence of your previous study is required, see Evidence of results and other documentation.