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How to
apply
Domestic
students
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Accept your offer at the University of Melbourne and complete the
enrolment steps online:
services.unimelb.edu.au/transition/enrol
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Visit the VTAC website in January 2014 to view your offer. You will also
receive an offcial offer via email from the University.
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If applicable, submit an application for Access Melbourne via SEAS
through the User Account section of the VTAC website (see page 26), and
apply for any scholarships you are eligible for (see pages 24–25).
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Submit an application through VTAC.
HOW TO APPLY: STEP BY STEP
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Visit the VTAC website or read the 2014 VTAC Guide (which can
be downloaded from the VTAC website or purchased from major
newsagents throughout Australia).
vtac.edu.au
CAN I APPLY FOR MID-YEAR
ENTRY?
A number of our undergraduate courses
accept applications to commence
study mid-year in Semester 2. Details
of courses available and indicative mid-
year entry standards can be found at:
futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/
mid-year-entry
WHAT IF I’M STUDYING
OVERSEAS?
Domestic students studying overseas
must also apply for an undergraduate
course at the University of Melbourne
through VTAC. Please refer to the steps
on this page. More information for
domestic students studying overseas is
available at:
futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/
entry-req/ugrad-domestic
CAN I DEFER?
If you are offered a place in an
undergraduate course, you can apply
to defer the commencement of your
studies. Deferrals are not approved
automatically and can’t be used
to commence studies at another
university.
To apply for a deferral you need to
submit a deferral application online.
You will receive a written response to
your application and if your deferral is
approved, you will enrol at the end of
2014 (to commence in 2015).
Deferrals are usually granted for
one year. If you want to defer your
studies in order to work towards
gaining independent status for
Youth Allowance, you will have the
opportunity to extend your deferral by
an additional six or 12 months.
Information on the University’s
Deferral Policy, including which
courses will accept applications to
defer, is available at:
futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/
ugrad-domestic/defer-policy
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