How your application is assessed
Your community involvement will be assessed on:
- Nature of experience - how were you involved, were you in a leadership role, were you part of a group, did you act independently?
- Frequency - how many hours/days a week/month/year were you involved?
- Duration of experience - over what period of time were you involved, ensure you include a start date and end date
- Verification - a referee from the community organisation you have nominated will be required to verify your statement of community involvement. Please note the importance of providing accurate email contact details of your referee prior to submitting your EAP Application as inaccurate details may result in your application not being processed on time.
All applications are assessed against the same criteria, on the nature, frequency and duration of your community experience. Some highly competitive courses offer a limited number of EAP places. These include degrees in Paramedicine, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Pathology.
If your EAP application is successful
If your EAP application is successful you will be advised late August via your personal email address, as provided on your EAP application.
This means you will receive an offer in the course identified on your EAP application through QTAC, UAC or VTAC, provided you meet the following requirements:
- The ACU course identified on your EAP application is the highest eligible preference on your TAC application at the time of the offer round.
- You have satisfied prerequisite requirements for the course.
- You achieve the EAP minimum ATAR/OP required (see below).
If you are eligible for any bonus points, these will be added to your raw ATAR/OP when considering the EAP minimum entry score requirement, with the exception of teaching/education courses in Victoria that require a raw ATAR of 58.5.
EAP Minimum ATAR/OP Requirement
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* Limited EAP places available
If your EAP application is not successful
If your EAP application is unsuccessful, you will be advised late August via your personal email address, as provided on your EAP application. It is important to note that you may still be eligible to receive an offer of a place in the course you nominated on your EAP application, if you leave it as a preference on your QTAC, UAC or VTAC application. To receive an offer you will need to achieve the required entry score (ATAR/OP or equivalent rank) and satisfy any prerequisite requirements for the nominated course
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