A Guide to SEAS (Special Entry Access Scheme)
Hi everyone, welcome to a quick guide to understanding SEAS and how to apply for it. Highly recommend taking the time to explore every aspect of this course in order to fully understand the importance of SEAS and how it can benefit yourself when applying for tertiary studies.
What is SEAS?
Am I eligible?
SEAS is an acronym which stands for Speical Entry Access Scheme
It is designed to make sure institutions get a sense of your full potential and it enables them to consider the circumstances you have experienced and their impact upon your studies when making selection decisions.
SEAS also allows institutions to identify applicants from under-represented groups when making selection decisions for some courses
You are eligible to apply for SEAS if you hold
- Australian or New Zealand citizenship
- A permanent Australian residency visa or,
- An eligible Temporary, Bridging or Safe Haven Enterprise visa and are an Australian Year 12 applicant.
For International Students
- Most international Australian Year 12 applicants are not eligible for SEAS.
- Those who are not eligible are encouraged to contact institutions directly to see if other entry and access programs available.
- However, asylum seekers on certain visa subclasses can apply for SEAS
SEAS Applications :
OPENS – 2nd August (9am)
CLOSES – 8th October (5pm)
VTACs video guide gives you a quick walk through of SEAS