2018 VTAC publications are now available in the Publications section of the VTAC website. Printed copies will arrive at Victorian schools from this week onwards. Schools will receive: The VTAC Year 10 Guide (one copy for each Year 10 student): as in previous years, the Year 10 Guide provides a […]
We are grateful to those who have already provided feedback on the proposed names for the National Information Platform. If you have not yet provided your feedback, you can do so at the following link until midnight tonight: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JXNQ88W
Bookings are now available for VTAC’s annual careers practitioner briefings. Please use the relevant link below to book via EventBrite. If you need to cancel or change a booking, this is a self-service process through EventBrite with instructions available in the confirmation email received.
The enrolment report, which shows which offers were accepted by students, is now available in VTAC CourseLink. To access the report, use the “Tertiary enrolment status report” link on the main page after logging in. Note: This report, like all information accessed through CourseLink, is subject to strict terms and […]
The Higher Education Standards Panel’s review on improving transparency in higher education admissions recommended the development of a new national higher education admission information platform that would give prospective higher education students and their influencers ready access to comprehensive, consistent and comparable information about course options, admission requirements, assessments and […]
When using CourseSearch, sometimes similar courses are described by institutions using different words. For example, a student searching for “exercise science” may not see a relevant course because it is described as “human movement”, or a student searching for “paramedicine” should also see courses described as “paramedics”. This is a […]
VTAC will again be one of the presenters at the “Study With Your Health Not Against It” Forum on Wednesday 16 May 2018 organised by Royal Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald Learning Program, Capital City LLEN and Starlight’s Livewire Program. This free event is for young people with chronic health conditions and/or […]