Applying for Educational Access Schemes?

14 Jun 2019

Guy with glasses next to girl smiles to camera sitting at one of a row of desktop computers

Educational Access Schemes (EAS) aim to help students, whose education has been negatively affected during Year 11 and/or Year 12 (or equivalent), receive an offer to university.

If you’re applying for EAS you’ll need to provide supporting documentation for each disadvantage you claim in your application. The required documents will be listed in your Confirmation of Application, which you can download when you complete your application.

Your EAS application can’t be assessed until your supporting documents have been uploaded.

It's important to remember that UAC won't contact you if you have provided insufficient documentation. Cover sheets and supporting documents must be uploaded at least two weeks before the undergraduate offer round in which you wish to be considered (or as advised in the key dates).


Offer roundUpload PDF documents by midnight
July Round 1Thu 27 June
July Round 2Thu 11 July

There’s a step-by-step guide to applying for EAS and the types of disadvantages you can claim on our website – download ‘EAS application guide’ from the ‘Downloads’ section at Educational Access Schemes.

Check documents deadlines for each offer round in Key dates.
How to upload documents to your application.