Month: April 2015

Ordering your Preferences

When you submit a course application through your user account, you will have the opportunity to add up to eight different courses to your preference list. Throughout the Mid-year application period (until the closing date of Friday 5 June) you can change your preferences and add, remove or re-order them […]

Providing Supporting Documentation

Depending on your previous study claims, supporting documentation may be required to verify your qualifications and results. If you have completed studies under a previous name, you will also need to provide proof of name change. VTAC can match previous study results from some institutions, but not all. If you […]

Impact Statement and Statements of Support

When you submit a SEAS application, for most of the categories you will need to provide some sort of evidence to prove or describe your educational disadvantage. There are two types of statements: ●  Impact statement (provided by you, the applicant) ●  Statement of support (provided by a relevant responsible […]

What’s a Personal Statement?

If you have already submitted your course application, you may be wondering if you can supply extra information to support your previous academic study. This could include work experience, community involvement or simply explaining why you are passionate about embarking on your preferred choice of future study. Some selection officers […]

What is an Admissions Test?

Admissions Tests are used as a form of assessment to determine your competency, ability to analyse, understand and to think critically about issues. A course may use an admissions test as a basis for selection. There are three Admissions Tests run by VTAC. The Australian Law Schools Entrance Test (ALSET); […]

Am I considered Mature Age?

Returning to study? The term “mature age” can be confusing, so we’ll do our best to make the process a little clearer. Firstly, there’s only one course application form for everyone. You don’t need to complete a specific application based on your age. You don’t need to declare yourself ‘mature […]