COUNTDOWN TO DIRECT LATE APPLICATIONS CLOSING
The Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling is Cairnmillar's inaugural and sole undergraduate program. Unlike postgraduate programs, applications for the Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling are to be submitted through VTAC. You can find the VTAC course page here.
Note: this does not apply to mature-aged International applicants, who must still apply via Cairnmillar's Application Portal by Sunday 22 January 2023.
See VTAC's website here for applicant eligibility criteria.
Please follow these steps to apply for the Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling (8880210042) through VTAC, remembering to make Cairnmillar your #1 preference if you most wish to study with us.
BEFORE YOU APPLY
Before starting your application, it is important to research the relevant entry criteria for your preferred program. You can see view the entry criteria, course structure, graduate outcomes and more on the Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling course page.
Please also visit our FAQ page here for important information about applying to and studying with Cairnmillar.
You can find further information about preparing to apply for the Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) on our Undergraduate page (if applicable).
VTAC provides detailed information and instructions on preparing your applications on their website here.
HOW TO APPLY
Detailed instructions on how to apply for courses through VTAC can be found on their website here.
Please note that this is a lengthy process (VTAC advises of 13 steps), so it is important to make sure that you are aware of the requirements and begin your application with ample time prior to the relevant closing dates (see below).
WHEN TO APPLY
The relevant dates are displayed in the table below:
|Application Rounds||Open||Close||Application Fee|
|Timely Applications||1 August 2022 (9am)||29 September 2022 (5pm)||$44 (current year 12 applicants)
$62 (all other applicants)
|Late Applications||29 September 2022 (5:15pm)||4 November 2022 (5pm)||$126|
|Very Late Applications||4 November 2022 (5:15pm)||2 December 2022 (5pm)||$164|
|January Applications||4 January 2023 (10am)||17 January 2023 (5pm)||$62|
|Applications for mature-aged international students||1 August 2022 (9am)||22 January 2023 (midnight)||NA|
|Cairnmillar direct late applications (contact us prior to submitting an application)||23 January 2023 (9am)||19 February 2023 (midnight)||NA|
COUNTDOWN TO DIRECT LATE APPLIATIONS LOSING
Applications for all postgraduate courses and mature-aged international undergraduate applications are submitted directly to Cairnmillar, via our online Application Portal.
Steps on how to apply can be found in the portal itself, while important admissions information such as application dates and entry requirements can be found on individual course pages.
See our FAQ page here for information on providing reference reports, calculating your weighted average mark (WAM), updating your application, admissions interviews and more.
Vocational Education and training (VET)
Applications for Semester Two, commencing Monday, April 17th, will close on the following dates:
- Priority applications will close on Sunday 26th March 2022.
- Second-round* applications will close on Sunday 2nd April 2023.
- Late applications* will close on Monday 10th April 2023.
Applications for all VET courses are submitted directly to Cairnmillar, via our online Application Form.
*Please note, second-round and late applications will only be accepted if there are places available in the course. If no places are available, enrolment will be deferred to the next term's intake.
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