Most 2017 Year 12 students don't need to provide documents to support their application. UAC automatically receives your Year 12 results and employment experience is generally not taken into consideration. However, you’ll be encouraged to supply documentary evidence of your Australian citizenship in order to speed up the admission and enrolment process if you receive an offer.
If you do need to provide supporting documents, you will be prompted to do so in your application. The required documents will also be listed in your Confirmation of Application, which you can download when you complete your application.
Some documents, such as a personal statement, CV, questionnaire or portfolio, must be uploaded through your application.
Other documents, such as qualification transcripts, can be either uploaded via your application or posted or delivered to UAC. If you post or deliver these documents, make sure you download and include the document cover sheet that will be generated when you complete your application.
Find out more about providing documents:
- Documents you may need to provide
- Uploading documents through your application
- Document transfer and return
- Closing dates for providing documents
Documents UAC can obtain on your behalf
In most cases, UAC can get your results from study at the following institutions without you having to supply us with copies of your documents:
- Australian Year 12 assessment authorities
- Australian universities
- TAFE NSW from 2008
- TAFE ACT (CIT).
However, most institutions won't release academic records to UAC if you owe money to them (eg library fines). Non-release of your records may result in you not receiving an offer. UAC can't assess qualifications using transcripts supplied by the applicant if non-release status has been advised by an institution.