You need to apply to the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) for the majority of undergraduate courses offered by Queensland universities, TAFE Queensland, the Australian Maritime College, some courses at universities in northern New South Wales and some private tertiary education providers.
For all other further education and training courses in Queensland, you need to apply directly to the relevant education and training provider.
For more information about applying for tertiary study in Queensland, visit the QTAC website.
If the tertiary course you are interested in studying is offered by an interstate provider affiliated with a tertiary admission centre you will need to apply through that centre. For all other interstate courses, you should apply directly to the relevant provider.
Interstate tertiary admission centres:
- University Admission Centre (UAC) for courses in New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory.
- Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre(VTAC) courses in Victoria.
- South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) for courses in South Australia and Northern Territory.
- Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) for courses in Western Australia.
If you are interested applying to study overseas, visit our Studying overseas page.
Tertiary institutions select applicants for courses based on a range of entry requirements. These include prerequisites such as school subjects, auditions, portfolios and interviews as well as your OP or tertiary selection rank. Make sure you take note of any extra entry requirements and their due dates to ensure you don’t miss out on a place in your preferred course.
Last updated: 06-Jun-2017