Remember that the UAC fee of $70 for registration will increase to $200 at the end of this term, so register now.
SRS Reminder – Final Date for Students to Submit
EAS How to apply
Before starting your application, check the eligibility criteria for each EAS disadvantage and the general requirements for all documents (below).
STEP 1 – Submit your undergraduate application through UAC.
STEP 2 – Select ‘Apply for EAS’ at the bottom of the undergraduate application confirmation page or log in to your completed undergraduate application and select ‘EAS’.
STEP 3 – Open the category of disadvantage you wish to claim. Select the specific disadvantages that apply to you and answer the follow-up questions. When you have selected all the relevant disadvantages in that category, click ‘Save’. Repeat for each category you wish to claim.
STEP 4 – Agree to the Declaration and Authority and submit your EAS application.
STEP 5 – Download your Confirmation of Application and the document cover sheet for each of your claimed disadvantages. The document cover sheet details the eligibility criteria for the disadvantage and the supporting documents you need to provide.
STEP 6 – Upload completed cover sheets and supporting documents to your application at least two weeks before the undergraduate offer round in which you wish to be considered (or as advised in the key dates).
You can only submit one EAS application in each admissions period.
University of Sydney Computing and Engineering Various Scholarships for Undergrads
Many of them close in October
From computer science to chemical engineering scholarships, there are a wide range of options for domestic engineering students.
To find a scholarship that works for you, expand the relevant school and click on the scholarship title links. Alternatively, you can browse the full list of undergraduate scholarships for Faculty of Engineering students in the table below.
This page includes scholarships for both prospective and current domestic students.
University of Sydney Future Leaders Scheme
Nominations open 1 August
This scheme is for nominated school captains and Dux students at high schools in Australia, who apply through UAC. It offers these students admission to eligible courses with a lower ATAR requirement than the published guaranteed ATAR, in recognition of leadership and academic achievements. Below is a guide to the courses available through this scheme. Please check the eligibility requirements for the course you are interested in, as all prerequisites and additional criteria will still apply.
University of Sydney Elite Athletes and Performers Scheme
Applications open 1 August
Closes 31 October
For athletes or performers whose rehearsal, training and/or competitive commitments have significantly impacted their Year 12 studies. If you are an athlete or performer and your rehearsal, training and/or competitive commitments have significantly impacted your Year 12 studies, this scheme allows you to receive adjustment factors to increase your selection rank when applying to the University.
ACU – Passion for Business early entry program now open for direct entry
ACU has streamlined the Passion for Business (P4B) early offer program.
For the 2020 intake, you can apply for direct entry into an ACU business course and be made an early offer in Year 12, if you have completed Year 11 and a business-related subject. This means that you can rest assured well before Year 12 is over that you have been awarded a place in the degree of your choice.
You will need to complete Year 12 to satisfy ACU’s English prerequisite requirement before entry.
Students apply for the P4B program directly to ACU – which means you don’t have to apply to UAC for an offer.
ACU Talk with Nurses, Midwives and Paramedics
17 September. 5pm to 6pm
Go online to hear from ACU alumni about their experiences working as nurses, midwives and paramedics. Take part in a Q&A session with graduates to hear what it is like to work in health care
UTS Undergraduate Options in Business and Management Webinar
20 August. 4pm
Learn about your single and combined degree options as well as extra-curricular activities and internship opportunities within UTS Business School.
In this webinar, you will be taken through the many single and combined degree options open to you to prepare you for a rewarding career across every business sector.
UTS Plan Your Week – Event program
31 August to 5 September
Once you have registered, check out the 200+ info sessions, digital workshops, virtual tours and more.
You name it, they have got it. Make sure you register here:
UTS Women in Engineering – WiEIT Scholarship Application Workshop
11 August. 5pm to 6pm
First time writing a scholarship application? Unsure what to include? Join this workshop where UTS can answer your questions and help make sure you’re on the right track.
University of Notre Dame Sydney Online Open Day
Saturday 12 September. 10am – 4pm
Join the Notre Dame Virtual Open Day to learn more about your study options, speak with Academics and current students about university life, and find out why Notre Dame is the No.1 university in Australia for Skills Development.
Simulated UCAT Day Workshop: 2-Day program
16 August. 10am to 6pm
and 17 October. 10am to 6pm
University of Newcastle – Joint Medical Program (JMP)
Applications close 30 September 2020. Late applications will not be accepted under any circumstances.
You need to have already registered and sat for UCAT.
Applications will open mid-August. You will have the opportunity to review your application after it has been submitted. For details and instructions on how to apply, please download the online application instructions.
UNSW Women in Engineering Scholarships
Closes 30 September
The Women in Engineering Scholarship Program aims to encourage and assist female students commencing studies in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW.
By applying for the Women in Engineering Scholarships you may be considered for the following scholarships. More scholarships will be added to this list progressively.
University of Wollongong – South Western Sydney Early Admission Consultations
12 and 13 August
Western Sydney University Open Days Agenda
15 and 16 August. 10am to 3pm
Search the full program below and plan your weekend to make the most of your virtual Open Day experience.
Sessions generally run for 1 hour, with some offered multiple times over the weekend for greater flexibility.
Open Day is your opportunity to experience student life at Western and find out about our undergraduate courses, HSC True Reward Early Offer Program, entry pathways, our high performing student program – The Academy, student services, scholarships and much more.
The Hotel School Scholarships
If you are passionate about a career in Hospitality and Tourism. This could be for you
The degrees are fully online and when campuses open again study can be completed on any of The Hotel School campuses. Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
Enquire now and talk to course advisors about applications.
2021 TAFE NSW Career and Course Guide
Look for your favourite career and find the course to suit your level of ability that you wish to study for 2021.
Hundreds of courses on offer across NSW. There is a course for you not too far away.