Domestic students: 3 easy steps to apply

Here's your easy step-by-step guide on how to apply to UTS College:

  1. Use the info hub for our 'how-to apply' video, tips and your checklist before applying
  2. Check entry requirements and important dates
  3. Got questions? Refer to our FAQs, FEE-HELP questions, or feel free to get in touch with our Application Assist team.

'How to apply' info hub

 

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Other important information

Entry requirements depends on the course stream you choose. These streams are:

  • Extended (4 semesters – 16 months)
  • Standard (3 semesters – 12 months)
  • ​Accelerated (2 semesters – 8 months)
 

Entry to a UTS College diploma is based on your HSC subject average of English plus your best 3 board developed courses:

  • 75% for Accelerated
  • 67% for Standard
  • 63% for Extended
 

Entry to UTS College - subject average example:

Sam received the following marks for their HSC board-developed courses:
 
    English Standard (65%)
    Earth and Environmental Science (71%)
    Mathematics Standard 2 (73%)
    Music 1 (63%)
    Japanese Beginners (68%)
 
Based on this ATARNotes calculator, Sam is predicted to receive an ATAR of 51.10.
 
Sam's UTS College subject average is calculated as English Standard (65%), plus their best 3 board-developed courses of Earth and Environmental Science (71%), Mathematics Standard 2 (73%) and Japanese Beginners (68%). Average
(65+71+73+68) / 4 = 69.25%.
 
While Sam's ATAR is 51.10, their UTS College subject average is 69.25%. Sam wants to study a Diploma of Science and can study a Standard 12-month diploma (min. 67% average).
 

Information correct at time of publishing.

Event Date
Last date to submit applications Monday 19 September 2022
Last date to accept offer Wednesday 21 September 2022
Welcome Week starts Monday 26 September 2022
Classes commence Tuesday 4 October 2022 (Mon 3 Oct, public holiday)
Census Friday 28 October 2022

Information correct at time of publishing.

Event Date
Last date to submit applications Monday 20 February 2023
Last date to accept offer Wednesday 22 February 2023
Welcome Week starts Monday 27 February 2023
Classes commence Monday 6 March 2023
Census Friday 31 March 2023

After you have applied via the student portal, your application will be assessed by our Admissions team. Please allow 5 working days for your application to be processed. You will then be advised if you have received an offer to your nominated UTS College program, along with instructions on how to accept your offer and apply for FEE-HELP if eligible.

Frequently Asked Questions

A domestic student is classified as either; an Australian citizen, an Australian Permanent Residents (PR) visa holder, an Australian Humanitarian visa holder or, a New Zealand citizen.

It is very quick once you have all your documents. Allow about 10 minutes to complete your application and have all your documents ready to upload.

Expect an answer from us within 24 hours that we have received your application. You will then receive a personalised response via email from our admissions team within 2-3 business days.

There is no application fee and the online application process is quick and easy.

You don’t need to submit your ATAR notice as it cannot be used solely to meet the academic requirements.

A completion certificate is a testamur for a course completed. Eg, the NSW HSC completion certificate is the NESA issued NSW HSC Testamur.

You can apply for one with Australia Post (you can keep the receipt of application and provide that instead of the TFN if you haven’t yet received your TFN).

  • An accountant (member of a recognised professional accounting body or a Registered Tax Agent)
  • A person listed on the roll of the Supreme Court of a State or Territory or the High Court of Australia as a legal practitioner
  • A barrister, solicitor or patent attorney
  • A police officer
  • A postal manager
  • A principal of an Australian secondary college, high school or primary school or the Student Centre
  • A medical practitioner
  • A Justice of the Peace (with a registration number in the State in which they are registered)
  • A minister of religion (registered under Subdivision A of Division 1 of Part IV of the Marriage Act 1961)

You will need to have the following to complete your application:

  • Transcript of studies showing subjects and results
  • Completion certificate (if completed)
  • Certified copy of your passport, birth certificate, citizenship certificate or visa 
  • Any other relevant documentation to support your application
Yes. You can still apply to UTS College while you wait for your ATAR results. You can submit your current academic results and transcripts, and if these meet UTS College's entry requirements, we will issue you a 'conditional offer'.
Conditional offers are issued when additional information or documents are needed to finalise assessment (e.g. if a student is waiting for their ATAR results but would like to apply early to UTS College to save their place). Conditional offers cannot be accepted. You need to be issued a Full offer in order to accept.
 
If you have received a Conditional offer, this means you need to supply further documentation to meet the eligibility criteria.

For example, once you have received your final academic transcipt/results (such as ATAR), you can log back into our Student Portal (where you originally applied to UTS College) and submit documents to support your application and be considerered for a Full offer. Be sure to log in to your existing account (instead of registering as a new user) so we can process your Conditional offer quickly.

Fees and FEE-HELP

There are citizenship or residency requirements (refer to the Study Assist website www.studyassist.gov.au).

The FEE-HELP loan scheme covers studies in all UTS College diplomas.

You can check the approved higher education providers listed on the Australian Government website, Study Assist . You'll find UTS College listed on the site.

You need to complete a Request for a FEE-HELP – Non-university private higher education providers form, which is available online through eStudent. You will receive guidance on how to complete the form in your offer letter. 

No, there is no application charge. But, there is a 20% loan fee based on the FEE-HELP loan that you receive for your diploma course. For the March 2021 semester, no loan fee will be charged by the Commonwealth government for students using FEE-HELP loan scheme.

UPDATE:
The Commonwealth Government has advised that the FEE-HELP loan fee is to be waived for students enrolled in subjects for the remainder of 2021 and reduced to 20% for students for units of study with a census date on or after 1 January 2022. Further information regarding this can be found at https://www.studyassist.gov.au/help-loans/fee-help

 

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