A list of change of preference events, hotlines, and other services provided by tertiary institutions is now available on the VTAC website. These events can assist students in making a final decision on their course preference order.
Students and advisers outside Victoria can now use the Interstate Subjects tool on the VTAC website to check which subjects from their home curriculum will meet a Victorian prerequisite. This tool can be accessed from the link in the “other tools” section below the search box in CourseSearch. To check […]
Very late course applications (i.e. the final chance for domestic students to be considered for January offer round 1 domestic) close this Friday 7 December at 5pm. The change of address and payment deadline for ATAR statements is also approaching, closing at 5pm Monday 10 December. All VCE and Victorian […]
Information about school access to ATAR, offer, and enrolment information has just been sent out to all Victorian Principals and Careers Practitioners as recorded on VTAC CourseLink. We have received a significant number of returned emails, indicating that contact information for several schools is out of date. Please log in […]
In preparation for the release of results next month, the 2018 Results Service Quick Reference for Careers Practitioners is now available. This one-page PDF provides an overview of access methods for VCE Results and ATAR and answers to common questions. Reminders for schools: Any student with Unit 3 & 4 […]
Thank you very much to those who have already provided feedback via the 2018 Careers Practitioners Survey. If you haven’t yet had a chance, we would greatly appreciate you taking the time to provide us with your responses and written feedback before the survey closes at the end of Friday […]
The course preferences report in VTAC CourseLink has been updated to produce a PDF file when downloaded, listing each student’s preferences on a single page. The single page view is designed to be easily printed or annotated digitally (e.g. on an iPad) for consultations with students and review of preferences. […]