Our preferred method of communication is via email. Please send enquiries to email@example.com as we are not always able to take phone calls. The Admissions inbox is monitored by multiple Admissions staff which increases the chances of your email being responded to promptly.
This intake 1,504 EAP applications were submitted and we received responses from referees for 1,444 of these.
To date 1,092 offers have been made to successful applicants.
All email enquiries regarding EAP should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To support enrolment targets for 2016, ACU will be accepting direct applications for courses usually offered through VTAC from 5 December 2015 (after VTAC’s closing date of 4 December).
Anyone who has NOT already submitted a VTAC application can now apply directly for any of the UG or GET courses that are usually processed through VTAC.
Direct Applicants are encouraged to search the Courses website to submit a direct application. The course browser advises direct applicants who have already applied through VTAC, not to submit a direct application but to change their preferences to add new courses or rearrange their course preferences anytime via VTAC.
A couple of things to note:
- Admissions will be checking to see if the person has already applied through VTAC and if so will be advising them to go back to VTAC and change their preference and their direct application will not be processed.
- Assessment of direct applications will be the same as the VTAC process, ie there is no advantage to applying direct over VTAC
- Offers in UG courses won’t be made for direct applications until after the completion of VTAC Round 1 on 18 January 2016
- Offers in GET courses wont’ be made for direct applications until after the completion of VTAC GET Round 1 on 13 January 2016
|Application Type||Open||On Time Close|
|EAP||10 August||19 October - Closed|
|Direct|| 21 February|
*Excluding courses with early fixed closing dates
| VTAC -|
|5 December||21 February|
Decisions are still being made but offers are being emailed progressively and unsuccessful applicants are also being advised.
Unsuccessful applicants fall into one of two categories - those that have not met the eligibility criteria for the course OR those that have met the criteria but due to the competitive nature of admission into their chosen program are unable to be offered a place at this time.
The applicant is advised which category they fall into, and AskACU have been updated regarding decisions coded into Banner so that any calls received can be answered directly at the point of call rather than needed to be referred on to either Admissions or the School for further detail.
Positive outcomes continue to be reported from the AskACU/Admissions Call Campaign which aims to improve the conversion rate of offers to enrolment as well as increase the number of submitted applications for Semester 1, 2016.
The campaign aims to:
- increase the conversion rates of offers to enrolment
- decrease the number of incomplete/not submitted applications
- obtain direct user feedback on any elements of the applications/enrolment process that are causing concern
Decisions regarding transfer requests received by Admissions before the closing date 31 December 2015 have been finalised and the majority of students have been advised of the outcome of their request.
Any late transfer requests must be submitted to Admissions with pre-approval from the relevant Head of School.
|Application Type||Received||In Process||At School for Decision||Ineligible||Invalid||Conditional Offers||Full Offers|
Majority of offers cannot be made until
19 January 2016
| Bridging Units|
|Commence after Deferment||533||8||0||0||0||0||525|
|T A C|
| QTAC: |
Grad Entry Teaching
| UAC: |
Grad Entry Teaching
| VTAC: |
Grad Entry Teaching
TOTAL Offers to date
Please note that Admissions will hold their next fortnightly Team Meeting 10:30am to 11:30am Wednesday 20 January 2016. Anyone trying to contact us during this time will need to leave a message and we will reply as soon as possible.