Short answer: A confirmed place in an eligible degree.
Guaranteed Entry gives you a confirmed place in an eligible university degree if you achieve the required selection rank (ATAR + adjustments) and meet any other admissions criteria. This gives you the confidence to select a course and know that you will receive an offer if you meet the selection rank and other admission criteria.
Short answer: It depends.
If you don’t meet the guaranteed selection rank, you may still be eligible to receive an offer. With the guaranteed selection rank, you can be confident you’ll receive an offer if you’ve achieved this rank and any other admission criteria. We may make additional offers below the guaranteed selection rank depending on places available.
Short answer: Depends on the course you want to do.
Many of our courses require you to meet other essential admission criteria (e.g. mathematics prerequisite, audition/portfolio). You can check the course page for further information.
Short answer: No.
Some courses do not have a guaranteed selection rank and are indicative. These selection ranks are a guide. To be eligible for admission, you may need to achieve a higher selection rank and also meet additional admission criteria.
Short answer: No, it only applies to the first UAC offer round.
Guaranteed Entry only applies to the first UAC offer round you are eligible to receive an offer in. Refer to UAC's key dates for their offer rounds. Courses may be full after each offer round, however, for courses with vacancies, you may still be eligible to receive an offer in later rounds based on your selection rank.
Short answers: No.
To be eligible for Guaranteed Entry you need to be applying with an Australian Year 12 qualification (such as the NSW HSC or VCE) where you are awarded an ATAR on completion. Students applying with other common qualifications, such as the IB, can find an indication of the required entry criteria on the respective course pages under ‘Admission, fees and how to apply’.
Short answer: No.
To be eligible for Guaranteed Entry you must be a domestic student. This means an Australian or New Zealand citizen (including dual citizens), a permanent resident of Australia, or a holder of a permanent Australian humanitarian visa.
Last updated: 6 July 2023