|Thursday 11 - offers released for some courses at 9am|
|Friday 19 - due date to apply and submit documentation for 2 October offers|
|Monday 29 - if choosing BPAY, you should make payment by today to avoid paying higher application fees|
|Tuesday 30 - due date for on-time applications, apply by today to avoid higher application fees|
|Wednesday 1 - higher application fees apply
9am - change of preference closes for 2 October offers
|Thursday 2 - 9am - major offer round for most courses starting semester 3, 2014|
|Thursday 9 - respond to 2 October offers by 10am|
|Thursday 16 - 9am - further offers made for semester 3|
|Wednesday 22 - 10am - respond to offer closes for 16 October offers|
|Thursday 30 - 2pm - further offers made for semester 3|
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Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre
QTAC processes applications for the majority of undergraduate courses at Queensland universities, Medicine at Bond University, the Australian Maritime College in Tasmania, and to some courses at universities in Northern NSW, TAFE Queensland and some private providers of post secondary courses. See Institutions for details of universities with QTAC admissions. QTAC also lists courses for institutions that manage their own admissions.
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You can apply now for 2014/2015 Admissions.
You can apply for Semester 3, 2014, Semester 1 and Semester 2, 2015. You can see courses available using Search for Courses. To avoid higher application fees lodge before the end of September.
You can view information on applying, fees, courses and institution policies before starting your application. See information for 2014 Year 12 students or information for all other applicants for further details.
You need to have certain technical requirements on your computer to apply.
You can check your computer settings before starting your application for information on recommended browsers and system requirements. There are links available to help you upgrade and check your settings.
If you are a Mac user, it is recommended that you use either Safari or Firefox as your internet browser as Google Chrome is not compatible. Some Mac users may experience windows not displaying correctly. If you click in the window, it should refresh and display correctly.
Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)
The Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) is an aptitude test enabling you to demonstrate your potential for tertiary study.
The test is accepted by most tertiary institutions in Queensland and many others throughout Australia, but institution policies apply. Before registering for the test, find out if you can use it, by referring to the Institution Policies on STAT.