Our popular courses are known as ‘competitive’. This means that more applications are received every semester than we have places for.
Our TAFE Admissions team will rank applications received to make sure the most competitive candidates receive offers for places first. This means you will need to take time to pull together supporting materials such as your evidence of employment, volunteering or work experience, written references and previous study evidence to strengthen your application before applications close. It’s also a good idea to have a backup plan in case your course is too popular – you may choose to apply for other courses along the study pathway as this will improve your chances of being offered a place to start your study.
Don't miss out. Applying for a popular course means you need to submit your application before the round close dates to have a chance at being offered a place.
See the dates for offer rounds on our Key Dates page.
Want help with your application?
Read the article first: How to make your TAFE application stand out.
If you want additional assistance in preparing your application, reach out to the Jobs and Skills Centre team.