“A good statement of support: • is personalised and specific to the applicant’s situation • briefly names and describes the condition or circumstance • provides a timeline of the disadvantage • provides current information on how the condition or circumstance have disadvantaged the applicant, and • details the impact the disadvantage has […]
The Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) is the central office that administers the application and offer process for places in tertiary courses at university, TAFE and independent tertiary colleges in Victoria (and a few outside Victoria).
VTAC receives and forwards application information and supporting documentation to the course selection authorities at institutions.
After selection decisions have been made by the course authorities at institutions, VTAC sends offer letters to successful applicants on the institutions' behalf.
ATAR profiles as at 16 January 2018 are now visible directly in course entries on VTAC CourseSearch. A link is provided to the most recent ATAR profile on the institution’s website, which meets Higher Education Standards Panel requirements for publication of the most recent ATAR profile including direct applicants. However, […]
The August VTAC Gazette is now available for download. This edition includes all course amendments made in August 2018. RMIT courses: STAT requirement no longer listed as ‘compulsory’ The STAT requirement for several RMIT courses was previously listed as compulsory in the ‘at a glance’ table displayed on VTAC CourseSearch, […]
When current Year 12 students are creating a VTAC account, their first name, surname, date of birth, and student number must all match what has been recorded by the state curriculum board (e.g. VCAA in Victoria). If these details do not match, the student will receive an “Invalid Data” message: […]
A recording of VTAC’s 2018 Careers Practitioner Briefing is now available. You can access the recording here: https://connect.vic.edu.au/pipsvo3ia16p/ Enter the passcode cpvtac2208 to view the recording. VTAC thanks the CEAV and the Department of Education and Training for hosting the webinar and providing the webinar software.
Altus Assessments, the manufacturer of the CASPer test, has made a number of resources available for this year’s testing cycle. CASPer is a compulsory requirement for applying to many initial teacher education courses in Victoria. Courses that require applicants to sit CASPer will list it under the essential requirements section […]
There will be a CEAV webinar for careers practitioners this afternoon, Wednesday 22 August (4:15-5:15pm). This webinar will be the same content as our in-person briefings around Victoria, so is ideal for those who were not able to attend a VTAC briefing in person, or for other staff at your […]