CourseSearch

CourseSearch 2020 now available

Course information for tertiary courses commencing next year is now available through VTAC CourseSearch. Any amendments to published information, including new or cancelled courses, will be published on the Course Updates page. Course applications will open at 9am next Monday 5 August.

New to the role of careers practitioner?

[This short introduction will soon be published on the VTAC Careers Practitioners website. If you’re an experienced careers practitioner with any other advice to share for those who are new, please comment below or email Schools Liaison.] Welcome to your new role! Keeping up to date VTAC’s primary means of […]

National Course Seeker website launched

The Course Seeker website is now available at courseseeker.edu.au. The Course Seeker website contains information about higher education courses in all Australian states and territories (including Victoria). This interactive, searchable website displays course information, entry requirements, admission processes and student satisfaction and graduate survey results at the study area and […]

Round 1 ATAR profiles now available in CourseSearch

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, […]

Survey: help name the National Higher Education Admissions Information Platform

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 […]

Similar CourseSearch keywords – call for submissions

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 […]