Student advisers

UAC News is going digital
Following comprehensive feedback, from March 2017 UAC News will be delivered electronically.
To receive your copy, email uacnews@uac.edu.au with the name of your school and the email address you would like UAC News delivered to.

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UAC produces a number of resources to help professional careers advisers and senior secondary school staff give advice to students about maximising their chances of being accepted into tertiary education. We also run information sessions for careers advisers, students and parents, and attend tertiary education and careers events throughout NSW and the ACT.

Download 2017 Main Round cut-offs: A4 PDF / A3 PDF

My School Access

You can log in to MySchool after 5pm on the following dates to access information about the preferences and offers of students from your school:

  • 12 September 2016 – preferences, so you know who has applied
  • 6 December 2016 – preferences, so you know first preferences before SRS offer round
  • 9 December 2016 – offers from SRS round
  • 9 January 2017 – preferences, so you know final choices for Main Round
  • 19 January 2017 – offers from Main Round
  • 20 February 2017 – offers, so you know all offers for semester 1.

You'll need your school's username and password to log in. These have been mailed to all schools. If you have any technical difficulties or questions, call UAC Customer Service on (02) 9752 0200 or email schoolsfeedback@uac.edu.au.

UAC Days

Our professional development days are for careers advisers, year advisers and other senior secondary staff who advise students about subject selection, the ATAR and applying to uni. Read more about UAC Days.

Year 10 information

  • Help Year 10 students with their HSC subject selection using the ATAR and subject selection presentation. It covers the HSC, ATAR and pathways to uni and dispels common myths about subject selection and scaling.
  • Coming soon: University Entry Requirements 2020 for Year 10 Students (2017 Year 10 students) and accompanying PowerPoint presentation.

Year 12 information

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