SKC Careers Change of Preference

*Appointments for 2016/17 Change of Preference will open on 5th December 2016*

https://sites.google.com/a/student.stkevins.vic.edu.au/careers/

 

 

 

 

 

The Careers Department will be open the following times. Please note that appointments are necessary.

Telephone inquiries only:    9:00am – 11:00am     Monday 12th December

Appointments:                        11:00am – 4:00pm      Monday 12th December

                                                 10am - 12pm           Tuesday 13th December

                                                Monash University will have a representative available in the SKC Careers Centre to answer your questions.

                                                9:00am – 4:00pm        Tuesday 13th December

                                                9:00am – 4:00pm        Wednesday 14th December

                                                9:00am – 3:00pm        Thursday 15th December          

 
 
 
 If you need to cancel your appointment, please ring the Careers Department on:
 
(03) 9832 4987 
 
on Monday 12th December (When your ATAR is released)
 
 

 

 

VTAC Course Changes

   

For the most up-to-date list of course amendments, check the New, cancelled and amended courses page of the VTAC website.

Please check the VTAC page regularly for a summary of changes to courses listed in the VTAC Guide, including new courses, cancelledcourses and restructured or renamed courses.   

 

Offers

How the Offer System works:

After the course selection authorities have considered your application, they will advise VTAC whether they wish to offer you a place in the course. Then VTAC advises you via your VTAC user account of the highest offer on your preference list.
· Main round undergraduate tertiary offers will be officially released by VTAC at 2pm Wednesday 18 January (not in the morning, as is sometimes assumed).
You will need your VTAC ID and PIN to access your User Account on the VTAC website.  Offers may also be published on the websites ofThe Age, the Herald Sun and some regional newspapers.  You need to have given permission for your offer(s) to be published for your name to appear in the newspaper listings.
 

Mrs White, Mrs Pingiaro will be available via email from January 18 onwards whites@stkevins.vic,edu.au if you have a query re your offer or what to do.  Please do not hesitate contacting Mrs White if you have any queries at all.
 

In subsequent offer rounds, you will be considered for course preferences higher than the offers you have received. VTAC will again advise you of the highest offer made (if any).

If you have not received any offers you will be notified in Round 2.

Don't panic if you haven't received the offer you were hoping for. You may still be eligible for future offers.

You will automatically be considered, in Round 2, for:

  • preferences listed higher than an offer you've received, or
  • all preferences if you haven't received an offer
If you have changed your mind and want to change your preferences, add new courses to your preference list or be considered for a course listed lower than on offer already received, you can change your preferences throughout January and February 

A full list of dates when you are able to change your preferences and an explanation of the complete offer process is available on the VTAC website here.

Accepting an offer/enrolment

Receiving an offer does not confirm your enrolment in the course. To secure your place, you must follow the enrolment instructions in your offer message. In some cases you may be required to attend enrolment in person on a specific date and time. Enrolment is generallyheld in the last week of January (for round 1 offers) or second week of February (for round 2 offers).

If you can't attend enrolment

If you are unable to attend at the specified time you should check with the institution whether a authorised nominee (someone you choose) can enrol on your behalf.
 
If you plan to defer your course in 2017
If you wish to defer your offer you must ensure that deferment is available and then follow the instructions outlined on individual institutional websites. For links to deferment policies for the majority of metropolitan institutions, click here.

Accepting Offers &/or Deferment

After the course selection authorities have considered your application, they will advise VTAC whether they wish to offer you a place in the course. Then VTAC advises you via your VTAC user account of the highest offer on your preference list. In subsequent offer rounds, you will be considered for course preferences higher than the offers you have received. VTAC will again advise you of the highest offer made (if any).

All offers are provisional and are subject to you: 

  1. meeting eligibility requirements
  2. having provided full and correct information on your VTAC application
  3. attending the enrolment at the date and time specified in your Letter of Offer.

 

To accept an offer, you must follow the enrolment instructions in your Letter of Offer. You can only enrol/defer one course and you are usually required to attend in person on a specific date and time.  Refer to http://www.vtac.edu.au/results-offers/offers.html

Receiving an offer does not confirm your enrolment in the course. To secure your place, you must follow the enrolment instructions in your offer message. In some cases you may be required to attend enrolment in person on a specific date and time.

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