Students Secure Early University Entry

Year 12 students have begun thinking about their study plans for next year and to help ease the pressure, several universities have released early entry offer programs. 

These programs have a variety of different entry requirements other than the ATAR such as school recommendations, community and leadership involvement, Year 11 results and reduced ATAR entry requirements. They enable students to go into exams knowing that they have a conditional place waiting for them.

A presentation about these programs was delivered to Year 12 students last week. A recording is available through their VTAC Teams page.

Links to the programs are available below:

VU Guaranteed

ACU Guarantee

Swinburne Early Entry 

RMIT Early Offer 

Deakin Regional Access Scheme 

LaTrobe Aspire

Federation University Early Offer 

Congratulations to the following students who have already received a conditional offer through these early entry programs:

Alyssa Pace - VU Guaranteed Sports Exercise Science

Mystique Ardley - VU Guaranteed Early Childhood Education

Natalie Valentine - VU Guaranteed Nursing Paramedicine Midwifery

Zoe Attard – VU Guaranteed Osteopathy Physiotherapy

Shaun Somers - VU Guaranteed Laws Criminology

Ruby Mawson - VU Guaranteed Teaching

Sianna Coulson - VU Guaranteed Early Childhood Education

Chloe Owen - VU Guaranteed Laws Criminology

Jasmine Lewin - VU Guaranteed Nursing Paramedicine Midwifery

Caileigh Aquilina - VU Guaranteed Laws Criminology

Tamia Hawira - VU Guaranteed Teaching

Emmanuel Riak - VU Guaranteed Accounting Finance Business

Jozela Nilwau - ACU Guarantee Early Childhood Education

Looking at applying for tertiary study next year?

The Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) opened applications for study in 2022 on 2 August.

Year 12 students have begun attending registration sessions with Mrs Runciman and me to set up their VTAC accounts, choose course preferences and apply for the Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) and scholarships.

These registration sessions will continue over the next two weeks during students’ study periods and VCAL classes. Students can also organise individual appointments throughout Term 3 for further support and assistance.

Parents and guardians of Year 12 students have been emailed information about a VTAC Parent Information Night on Wednesday 18 August from 6.45pm via Microsoft Teams.

Sasha Dickson

Pathways Coordinator

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