Receiving your offer
You'll need your UAC application number and PIN to access your offers.
If your application is successful you'll receive an unconditional offer.
Offer details are released on a secure section of our website after each round. They are usually available from 7.30am on the nominated date.
Successful applicants will also be sent an email advising that offer correspondence is available via Check & Change, so it is important that we have your correct email address. This can be updated at any time using Check & Change.
You should view this correspondence as it may include additional information relating to your offer. Again, you'll need your UAC application number and PIN to view your correspondence in Check & Change.
One offer per institution per offer round
Your courses are considered in the order you have listed them in your application. However, each institution you've applied to will consider your application separately. Therefore, you may receive an offer to your highest preference for which you are eligible and competitive enough from each institution. This means that you may receive an offer from each institution that you include in your application. In some cases you may also receive a slipback offer to a pathway course.
Example: If you list six courses, all for Western Sydney University, in your application, you'll only receive one offer – from Western Sydney University – to the highest course listed for which you are eligible and competitive enough.
If you list six courses, three for Macquarie University and three for the University of Newcastle, you'll receive two offers – one to the highest course listed at Macquarie University for which you are eligible and competitive enough, and one to the highest course listed at the University of Newcastle for which you are eligible and competitive enough.
If you don't receive an offer you can change your preferences for the following round. If you aren't made an offer at all for admission in semester 1, in mid-February 2017 you'll receive notification from UAC advising you that your application was unsuccessful.