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Demand for uni strong

08 Aug 2022

Applications for uni study in 2023 are strong according to the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC), with well over 26,000 Year 12 applications already received.

That trend is likely to continue, with all courses for semester 1, 2023 now available on UAC’s website.

In one application, students can apply for study at 27 institutions, offering more than 2,000 courses. Having a UAC application also allows students to apply for Educational Access Schemes, Schools Recommendation Schemes and Equity Scholarships.

Kim Paino, General Manager of Marketing and Engagement, encourages students who haven’t already applied to apply before early bird closing on Friday 30 September, when the fee increases.

'Even if they’re not sure yet what they want to study, they should apply now because they’ll have plenty of time to change their preferences later.'

There’s lots of information available to guide students with their decision-making.

They can check UAC’s course search or the UAC Guide 2022–23, now available online or in schools. They can also find out more about UAC’s participating institutions and their courses by visiting uni 2022 open days.

Throughout August and September UAC Digital is running a series of Let’s Chat webinars on fields of study including this week's law and social science and arts.

UAC is here to help. Students can call UAC’s friendly customer service team on (02) 9752 0775 Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm. Livechat and email are available on our website.

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For further information (media only) email media@uac.edu.au or contact:

Diane Jardine, Communications Coordinator, UAC on 0436 459 603, or
Kim Paino, General Manager, Marketing and Engagement, UAC on 0409 155 112.