Receiving your offer

You'll need your UAC application number and PIN to access your offers.

Offers are released in a secure area of UAC's website and on My UAC after each round. They are available from 7.30am on the nominated date. Once offers have been released, you can click on 'Check your offers' and log in with your UAC application number and UAC PIN.

We'll also send you an alert email instructing you to log in to your application and check your correspondence, so it is important that we have your correct email address. This can be updated at any time via your application.

You should view this correspondence as it may include additional information relating to your offer. Again, you'll need your UAC application number and UAC PIN to view your correspondence in your application.

One offer per offer round

You can receive only one offer in each offer round. That offer will be to the highest preference for which you are eligible and competitive enough.

For example, if you’re eligible and competitive enough for the first preference you’ve listed, you’ll be made an offer to that course and the rest of your preferences won’t be considered. If you aren’t eligible for your first preference, but are eligible and competitive enough for your second preference, you’ll be made an offer to your second preference and the rest of your preferences won’t be considered.

Note that in some offer rounds, only first preferences (or only consecutive preferences from the same institution) are considered.

When to change your course preferences

If you receive an offer to your first preference in one offer round, you won’t be considered for your lower preferences in subsequent offer rounds unless you change your preferences.

If you’d like to be considered for other courses:

  • accept the offer to your first preference
  • log in to your application or My UAC and remove your first preference from your list of preferences
  • put your new preferred course as your first preference before the next offer round.

If you receive an offer to a lower preference in an offer round, you'll automatically be considered for your higher preferences in subsequent rounds.