You are now able to register for a VTAC user account to apply for courses commencing in 2016. Admissions tests bookings, special consideration (SEAS) and scholarship applications are also now open and are accessible from your account.
How to register for an account
Follow the link on our home page or click here.
Important things to remember
● Make sure you complete your own course application. Don’t let anyone apply for you, even parents or teachers.
● Don’t stress about making mistakes – you have plenty of time to make edits to your details and change your course preferences. All relevant deadlines are listed on the Dates and Fees page of the VTAC website.
● You don’t need to work out what kind of applicant you are before you start. Your applicant type (Year 12 or Non-Year 12) will be automatically determined by the information you provide.
Changes this year for Year 12 students
Year 12 students are no longer required to use their VCAA student ID number as their VTAC user ID. Instead you will be allocated a VTAC ID when you register on the VTAC website. You will however need to enter your VCE student number as part of the registration process, so keep it handy.
Don’t understand what all these words mean?
That’s okay. Throughout this week on the blog we’ll be featuring everything you need to know about special consideration (SEAS), scholarships, admissions tests (STAT and ALSET) and mature age applicants, along with demonstration videos on how to make an application. Timely applications don’t close until 5pm, Wednesday 30 September so you have plenty of time to make sense of it all. For now, check out our previous post on how to use the new CourseSearch to research your course options.