Schoolink gathers the resources most frequently used by schools, careers advisers and parents in one place. For general information relating to undergraduate applications visit UAC Undergraduate.
My UAC is UAC’s new mobile app. It enables students to check their ATAR, search for courses and manage their course preferences on their phone or tablet. There’s even a favourites function that allows them to save their preferred courses.
You can use My UAC as a general course search tool to see what courses are on offer for your students, but applicants will need their Year 12 application number (or UAC application number) and UAC PIN to access their ATAR. They’ll then need their UAC application number and UAC PIN to update their preferences.
While all these functions can still be done on UAC’s website, the app is free and available to download now iOS and Android.
Find more information at www.uac.edu.au/undergraduate/mobile-app.
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