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The Change of Preference period
With the arrival of Year 12 exam results and receiving your ATAR, comes the beginning of the Change of Preference period.
Why change your preferences?
Change of Preference gives you the opportunity to adjust your study choices before offers are made. If you’re thinking of changing your mind and re-ordering your preferences, rest assured you’re not alone.
How it works
Chat with our team about your course choices and explore the many pathway options available to you. JCU is here to help you get the best result from your result, so you can be ready today for tomorrow.
The Change of Preference period begins when Queensland applicants receive their ATAR result for a limited timeframe (TBC 2022 dates). This is your opportunity to adjust or change your QTAC preferences before some JCU course offers begin.
The academic qualifications, subject results, and other criteria you need to meet to receive an offer to study. Each course is different, so these entry criteria are listed on the course pages.
QTAC send offers to students in offer rounds. These are coordinated based on time of year and student type. The major offer round for Year 12 graduates in Queensland for 2023 intake will be announced soon.
For more information on QTAC’s offer rounds and process visit QTAC's website.
Yes, the order is important - here’s a good strategy to use:
More information is available on the QTAC website.
Yes, if you meet the entry score (ATAR or OP) for your preferred bachelor degree but are missing one or two pre-requisite subjects you can study in short intensive block modes as part of the Certificate of Higher Education, and complete in time to start your Bachelor degree. Subjects include:
A packaged offer helps you get to your chosen Bachelor degree if you’re missing some of the entry requirements. It’s a combination of two or more offers, usually a pathway course such as the Diploma of Higher Education followed by your chosen Bachelor degree. This combo provides additional support, while studying pre-requisites and meeting other entry requirements for your degree. For more information check out our packaged offers page.
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