VTAC

To apply for an undergraduate course on-campus, you need to register and apply online through VTAC - the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre.

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VTAC acts as a mailing house for all university applications in Victoria.

The Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) is the central office that administers the application and offer process for places in tertiary courses at university, TAFE and independent tertiary colleges in Victoria (and a few outside Victoria). VTAC receives and forwards application information and supporting documentation to the course selection authorities at institutions.
Studying at university encourages creative and independent thought.

VTAC is not a selection authority, does not determine the selection criteria used by institutions and does not decide who will receive an offer. All decisions about which applicants are offered a place are made by the course selection authorities at institutions.

After selection decisions have been made by the course authorities at institutions, VTAC sends offer letters to successful applicants on the institutions' behalf.

University life exposes students to other cultures and backgrounds.

VTAC also:

administers the application process for the Special Entry Access Scheme and scholarships on behalf of participating institutions;

  • calculates and issues the ATAR (previously known as the ENTER) for VCE students;
  • provides telephone and online information and enquiry services for applicants;
  • publishes a range of guides to tertiary study;
  • to apply for an undergraduate course on-campus, you need to register and apply online through VTAC - the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre.

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VTAC acts as a mailing house for all university applications in Victoria.