International admissions 2015–16

Applications for study in semester 2, 2016 have closed.

Applications for study in 2016–17 open Wed 3 Aug 2016.

Information about 2016–17 admissions will be available on this website from late July.
Current information applies only to 2015–16 admissions.

Thinking about applying to study in Australia? UAC offers year-round undergraduate admissions to international applicants who meet our participating institutions' admission requirements.

Find out who can apply through UAC International and read admission requirements for information about the qualifications you'll need to study an undergraduate course within Australia. Then, check our key dates to ensure you apply and submit your documents in time for UAC's offer dates.

After you apply, you can manage and track your application through our Check & Change service. Go to Check & Change regularly to check for correspondence from UAC.

Applications cost A$71.

If you've already applied in this admissions period (ie since August 2015) and have changed your mind about what you want to study, don't submit a new application; simply change your course selections through Check & Change.

Remember to make sure the details of your studies and qualifications, including any courses you studied in semester 1, are up-to-date. We’ll then be able to access your semester 1 results as soon as they’re available. If an institution makes offers to the semester 2 course you want to do before your semester 1 results are available, then they’ll use your previous qualifications (eg your ATAR) to assess your application.

How do offers work?

We release offers to courses from September 2015 to July 2016. Read about the selection process and offers to find out more.

After you have successfully submitted your application, you'll receive a conditional offer letter through Check & Change within 48 hours. Note that you need to receive an unconditional offer to be eligible to enrol in a course of study within Australia.

Studying in Australia

You must meet several Australian Government requirements in order to study in Australia, including visa and health cover requirements. Read our general information about studying in Australia.