With Round 1 offers now released, change of preference prior to Round 2 is open until 29 January 2018 (4pm) for domestic and international applicants. For students who had submitted a course application but failed to pay the course application fee, late payments can now be made through their existing […]
Change of preference will close for domestic undergraduate applicants at 12pm this Wednesday 20 December for Round 1 consideration. Change of preference will open from 10am-4pm on Thursday 4 January to accommodate IB and WA applicants (however it will be open for all undergraduate applicants at this time). This is […]
Students can now log in to their VTAC account to change their preferences. International VCE students (and international students in NSW and ACT) are reminded that change of preference for early international round closes at 4pm today. Change of preference for domestic students closes at 12pm, Wednesday 20 December.
The VTAC website contains a list of change of preference links, telephone numbers, events and information sessions supplied by tertiary institutions for the change of preference period. This list can be accessed under the Latest News heading on the VTAC website:
As noted on the Dates and Fees page, Change of Preference is currently closed for domestic undergraduate applicants and will reopen at 10am on Monday 20 November. This closure is to allow selection to take place for early round offers. Current Year 12 students are not eligible to receive offers […]
To assist careers practitioners in change of preference counselling, we are providing a list of courses with an EAL prerequisite less than 30 which can be downloaded here. This is primarily intended to assist international students who may not have performed as well as they had hoped in EAL, and […]
Early international offers will be made on Wednesday 20 December 2017. In previous years, only international VCE students were eligible for this round. This year, we will also be including other states where the results are available in time for consideration by institutions: NSW, ACT, and Qld. Change of preference […]