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Undergraduate applications


This information is for domestic applicants, if you are an international applicant refer to how to apply for International students.

An undergraduate degree (program) is usually your first university degree, such as an Associate or Bachelor's degree. However, some students return to undergraduate study to complete a program in a different field.

School leaver

If you are currently finishing high school and are preparing to apply to university, visit School leaver applications for the steps to apply.

Non-school leaver (mature age)

If you have already left high school or perhaps did not complete secondary school and are preparing to apply to university, visit Non-school leaver applications for the steps to apply. This is also the pathway for TAFE students and students who have studied at other institutions or have completed their degree at USC. USC students who wish to study concurrently also follow this pathway.

Deferred student

If you have already been offered a place at USC and want to take up your deferred place visit How to take up your deferred place for information to apply.

TPP student

If you are currently studying in the Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP) or have already completed TPP in the last two years and are preparing to apply for an undergraduate degree visit Apply for an undergraduate program from TPP for information to apply.

Honours student

If you have completed your Bachelor program and would like to continue your studies and specialise in an area of interest, visit Information for Honours students for more information and how to apply.

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