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At UC you'll thrive in an environment where innovation, collaboration and hands‑on experience unite to create the perfect future‑proof qualifications. We’ll connect you with industry, give you access to international study, and make sure you graduate job‑ready and life-ready.
If you're ready to expand your horizons and blaze your own path, make UC your first UAC preference today.
Take a look at the University Admissions Center (UAC) calendar for all preference rounds and application deadlines.
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February Round 1 application deadline
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March Round 1 application deadline
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Adjustment factors are additional points that are added to your Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) to give you a selection rank, which is used to assess your eligibility for courses.
At UC we believe there is more than one way to achieve your goals. We participate in a number of supported access schemes intended to give all applicants the opportunity to gain entry to UC.
Receiving financial assistance can help you get the most out of your university experience. Our scholarships can assist you with living costs, textbooks, accommodation, relocation or contribution towards your fees.
You’ll need to have applied and accepted your offer to study at UC in order to apply for a scholarship. Once you do, applying is easy. Simply submit one application, and you’ll be considered for every scholarship for which you’re eligible.
One of my lecturers was a former ABC journalist, with strong connections to ABC Canberra. She helped me get my first internship at the ABC studios, and my career’s progressed from there.
Bachelor of Communications in Journalism