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Studying at The University of Melbourne Webinar

Date: Wednesday 5 April 
Time: 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm

This webinar is designed for Year 11 and 12 students who are interested in studying at University Melbourne. The webinar will provide students a general overview of the University including our courses, scholarships, student life and types of accommodation. This will be a live webinar which means students can ask us questions on the night.
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There has been an update to the structure and content of UCAT, which will apply to anyone sitting UCAT ANZ in 2023.

For a summary of changes that occurred for UCAT ANZ 2022, see our blog.

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Free HSC Support Webinars for Year 12 Students

In 2023, University of Newcastle has partnered with InspirationED to deliver a series of free webinars for Year 12 students to help them prepare for the HSC and beyond. The webinars will also feature a University of Newcastle Student Ambassador who will share details about our new Early Entry Program.

Webinar:  Strategies for Success in the HSC
Wednesday 29 March

Register via this link

In this webinar, presented by a Senior HSC Marker, we will share with you strategies that have been proven to be successful in achieving your best in the HSC this year.

Webinar:  Preparing for University and Beyond
Wednesday 29 March
7.00 pm

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The Preparing for University and Beyond online session is the perfect opportunity to equip yourself with the necessary knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about your future.

Webinar:  Taking Action Towards Your Career
Wednesday 17 May
7.00 pm

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The taking action towards your career session is specifically designed to provide you with invaluable insights on how to set yourself up for success in your future academic and professional pursuits


Applications are open

Applications for study at uni in 2024 are open. Students can apply for undergraduate study as well as the Schools Recommendation Scheme, the Educational Access Scheme and Equity Scholarships.

Although not all courses for 2024 are available now, encourage your students to choose any 2024 course to complete their application and come back later to review and change their preferences as courses are added. All semester 1, 2024 courses will be available by August.

Applications for international Year 12 students will open on Wednesday 19 April.


Students received their UAC PIN today. PIN emails were sent to the email address NESA or ACT BSSS has on file.

Remind your students to register a personal email address (rather than a school one) with NESA. They can do this by logging in to Students Online. This will mean they can still be contacted by UAC in December when they have left school.

Why apply through UAC?

We know that students are unsure about whether they should apply directly to an institution or through UAC, and to increase their chances many are doing both. Not all institutions accept direct applications from Year 12 students but it’s important for students considering a direct application to remember the following:

  • A UAC application gives students five course preferences to choose; they don’t have to apply five times to five different institutions.
  • Having a UAC application enables students to apply for Access and early entry schemes: EAS, SRS and Equity Scholarships.
  • Having a UAC application as well as a direct application will give students more chance of securing an offer, so long as they don’t enter the same preferences in both applications.

The UAC Guide

The UAC Guide will be arriving at schools from the beginning of Term 2. Contact UAC if there are any issues with your school’s delivery.

The Guide contains everything Year 12 students – both domestic and international – need to know about applying for uni in 2024 in one handy publication. Comprehensive course descriptions can be found on UAC’s website. Course details can change throughout the year so encourage your students to check back regularly.