Victoria University’s VU Guaranteed program offers Year 11 and 12 students from partnership schools a guaranteed place at Victoria University (VU) or Victoria University Polytechnic (VU Polytechnic), before your final Year 12 exams.
How does it work
- Check you’re eligibility (current Year 11 or 12 student at one of the partnering high schools)
- Receive confirmation of a guaranteed place
- Add a VU course to your VTAC preference list or apply direct for VU Polytechnic courses
- Receive an additional 5 ATAR points towards your Selection Rank for courses that consider the ATAR as part of the selection process
- Sit your exams
- VU will contact you once the ATAR results are released to advise you on your study options. (Even if you don’t meet the admission criteria for the course you nominated in your VU Guaranteed application, you’ll be mapped into an alternative course during the VTAC Change of Preference period (12-14 December 2019). This means you are still guaranteed a place with us that will help you find a pathway to your career goals).
- Get access to exclusive VU Guaranteed events
- Start studying at VU
If you get your VU Guaranteed application submitted asap and register for the VU Open Day on Sunday 18 August, you’ll be eligible to receive a Golden Ticket Open Day Experience.
Applications are open NOW, and close 11 October 2019 for year 12 students or 13 December 2019 for year 11 students.
If you are a current Year 12 student, you’ll be offered a guaranteed place commencing Semester 1, 2020.
If you are a Year 11 student, you’ll be guaranteed a place for Semester 1, 2021.
Apply now. You’ll find out within a week of applying if you’ll be offered a place.
As part of the application, you will be asked to tell us a little about yourself through answering the following questions:
- Why do you want to study at VU? (100 words)
- What are your goals or career aspirations? (100 words)
- How do you contribute to your community, school and or family? (100 words).
Imagine if you could guarantee a place at Uni NOW, without taking a single exam, how much stress could you save yourself?