UAC’s Community Liaison team meets hundreds of students, careers advisers and parents at events throughout NSW and the ACT. We're always keen to talk to you about applying for tertiary study and we can answer your questions about:
- the ATAR
- HSC subject choices
- bonus points
- selection processes.
Come along and see us at one of the events listed below. Or if you're interested in UAC coming to your school, take a look at our school presentation guidelines.
Careers advisers are also invited to attend our professional development days.
|Charles Sturt University Information Night||Orange campus||Mon 18 Sep|
|Charles Sturt University Information Night||Bathurst campus||Tue 19 Sep|
|Charles Sturt University Information Night||Wagga Wagga campus||Wed 20 Sep|
|Charles Sturt University Information Night||Albury-Wodonga campus||Thu 21 Sep|
School presentation guidelines
We receive many invitations from schools to run information sessions on the ATAR and applying to uni. Unfortunately, we can’t get to everyone, so we’ve created some guidelines for requesting a presentation:
- Single schools must have a minimum of 250 students and parents in attendance.
- If your school can’t meet the minimum attendance requirement, join up with one or two neighbouring schools.
- If you are in a regional area, check when UAC will be at an event near you, then join up with other schools and request a presentation around that date.
Email your requests to email@example.com.
These professional development days are for careers advisers, year advisers and other senior secondary staff who advise students about subject selection, the ATAR and applying to uni.
The morning session explains the calculation of the ATAR and strengthens understanding of the scaling tables by involving participants in exercises and discussion. The afternoon session provides information on all things UAC, including Schools Recommendation Schemes (SRS), Educational Access Schemes (EAS), and the UAC application process. There will also be time for you to ask specific questions.
Bookings for 2017 UAC Days have closed.
2018 dates and venues will be published early in the new year.