Main Round university offers to be released

20/05/2019 Posted by admin

READY TO STUDY: Main round university offers come out at 6pm.MORE than 50,000 hopeful university applicants will find out tonight if they have received a MainRound offer for study in 2017. UAC’s participating institutions have made 44,190 Main Round offers,very similar to last year when 44,344 offers were made.
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Applicants will be able to log in to UAC’s website or My UAC at 6pm on Wednesday 18 January toview their offers. Offer letters will be available for download from 7.30am on Thursday 19 January.

UAC General Manager of Marketing and Engagement, Kim Paino, said the Main Round was still UAC’slargest offer round, and the end of an anxious wait for many students.

‘While lots of students will have received an early offer, which certainly takes the pressure off, for manythe Main Round is all about the course they really want to get into,’ Ms Paino said.

Ms Paino says, ‘Even with this large number of offers, unfortunately not everyone will be happy after theMain Round. But for anyone who has missed out on an offer, or missed out on their favourite course,don’t be disheartened.’

‘There are several more offer rounds, and applicants have from 6 o’clock tonight until midnight nextWednesday 25 January to change preferences to be included in the next offer round on 1 February. And ifyou haven’t applied yet it’s not too late – applications are open until 10 February. Just check UAC’swebsite for more information.’

When Main Round offers are released, UAC will also release the cut-offs for entry into each course. It’simportant for applicants to remember that cut-offs are not ATARs, as they include bonus points, and thatmany students are admitted under schemes that consider factors other than the ATAR.

Ms Paino says that, while the cut-off is still a useful tool for Year 12 students, UAC and universities willbe working closely together this year to provide additional information to students. ‘UAC welcomesMinister Birmingham’s acceptance of the transparency recommendations from the Higher EducationStandards Panel and we’re looking forward to supplementing our existing information for students withmore detail in 2018.’

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