The QTAC entry process has regular ‘offer rounds’, giving you the opportunity to change preferences. You can change your preferences both before and after you've been made an offer. If changing your preferences before you've been made an offer, make sure you check the QTAC key dates web page for details.
It is free to change your preferences the first three times. Each additional change is $47.
Yes, but make sure you order your preferences carefully. Refer to 'How do I order my preferences?' below.
You can upload your documents when completing your application.
You can apply for up to six courses. Listing six preferences helps maximise your chances of getting an offer.
How to order preferences, evaluating your options and the offer process
You can use the following tips as a guide:
Preferences 1 and 2 are your desired courses. List the courses you really want to study, even if you don't think you will be offered a place.
Preferences 3 and 4 are your back-up course choices. These are courses you're likely to receive an offer for, something you are interested in, an alternative career area, another way of studying or an upgrading pathway.
Preferences 5 and 6 are your pathway courses. These are courses you are willing to study if you miss out on all your other preferences. You should be sure you are going to receive an offer for these courses.
Packaged offers allow students to access additional support, while studying pre-requisites and meeting other entry requirements for their preferred degree. Click here for more information on packaged offers.
A STAT test is not accepted for applicants in Year 12 2022. JCU will accept the use of the STAT Test to obtain a rank if applicants are not currently in Year 12 in 2022 and are at least 18 years old. Visit the QTAC website for more information or to register for a STAT test.
QTAC has multiple offer rounds. The major offer round for Study Period 1, 2023 will be on Thursday, 12th January. Refer to the QTAC key dates web page for more information.
If you are already eligible for the course you have applied for before secondary results are released, you could receive an offer as soon as school finishes. This might occur if you have previously completed study at TAFE or if you have applied for an open access course.
If you're in Year 12 in Queensland, you must enter your Learner Unique Identifier (LUI) to complete your application.