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University Information
Below are links and resources that provide students with information regarding University degrees and entry requirements.  For more information please see Ms Dignam, Careers/VET Coordinator.

Undergraduate applications through UAC are now open! This is very exciting as all HSC students are able to choose from over 2000 courses at 27 universities and colleges. See the short video below about how to apply.




Steps to Uni for Year 11 and 12 Students (below) provides information for Year 11 and 12 students about applying for tertiary study through UAC. It guides students through things to consider and common questions about tertiary study and explains the process of applying to university, managing your application, accepting an offer and enrolling.



For information about:

  • University Open Days and also
  • Scholarships & Schemes
  • Admission Criteria
  • English Language Proficiency
  • About Uni Life
  • Contact Details
  • Search for Courses
  • Apply now information.



  • If you are interested in gaining a University Scholarship, here are five simple steps to gaining one:  five simple steps



  • Would you prefer to study on-line with an Australian University, click here for more information.


  • Schools Recomendation Schemes are one way institutions make EARLY OFFERS of undergraduate admission, using criteria other than (or in addition to) the ATAR.



  • Educational Access Schemes help students who have experienced long-term disadvantage to their education, gain admission to tertiary study.
  • Many universities also offer their own apply direct EARLY ENTRY SCHEMES.Click Here for Early Offer Schemes




  • University Selection Rank Adjustments (Bonus Points).  Many applicants receive an offer to a course even though they have an ATAR below the published lowest selection rank. Often this is because other factors have been taken into consideration in combination with their ATAR and their selection rank for that course has been adjusted (and is higher than their ATAR)