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VTAC University offers 2019: review your university offer here

After weeks of nervous nerves waiting to discover their destiny, tens of thousands of Victorian students discovered today if they obtained their favorite place in the university.

The first round offers were launched at 2 pm

Below is the complete list of offers, launched by VTAC.


There are still four more rounds of offers

] All courses take part in the first round of offers.

All other rounds of offers are optional and will depend on the number of seats available.

In general, more than 80 percent of offers are made in the first rounds of offers in January.

Then, the supplementary offers begin and only the course with vacancies will offer the students.

But students who have not received a place yet should not panic.


The number of international students in Victorian universities and TAFEs continues to grow as applications soar.

However, the number of places requesting tertiary education has decreased. 3 percent in a year, less than 65,000.

Of those, So far, the number of foreign students who were offered a place in Victorian universities was almost a third higher than at this time, so far 56,000 places have been offered through the Tertiary Admissions Center Victorian (VTAC).

last year.

Although applications generally decreased, international applications jumped above 4000.

VTAC Director Catherine Wills said that the increase in applications abroad "can be attributed to the work VTAC has done with international university offices."

Anne-Marie Lansdown, interim executive director of Universities Australia, said that the caliber of the education offered made Victoria popular with international students.

"Australia offers a quality higher education, a great style of life and a safe and welcoming environment, "said Ms. Lansdown.

" Australia also has a global network of informal ambassadors who return home with a deep "For her," she said.

The universities offered almost 54,000 places on Wednesday.

The TAFE sector was worse, with almost 1500 offers, 11 percent.The tertiary universities only released 1,600 offers, 16% less.

Most of the Victorian universities suffered a drop in applications: Federation, La Trobe and Swinburne had the worst results: 20%, 12% and 12% respectively.

In general, the I requested The number of Victorian universities fell by 11 percent in the year and offers decreased by 10 percent.

The University of Melbourne had 11,425 applications. His art course was the most popular ticket in the city, followed by his science course.

Medicine in Monash came in third, and Commence and Biomedicine in Melbourne, fourth and fifth, according to VTAC data.

The vice chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Professor Richard James, said the university had offered a record 85 places for indigenous students this year.

The university was eager to welcome students this year, he said.

"We are delighted that so many talented students from all walks of life want to come and be part of what the university offers," he said.

"Those who leave school and the community in general continue to see the benefit of a college degree to improve their career prospects and be more attractive to employers."

The Minister of Training and Skills and Higher Education of Victorian, Deputy Prime Minister James Merlino, said: "We are building the investment state education, investing in our education and training system, so that the Victorians acquire the skills they need for jobs and futures they want. "

Here's what to do if you did not receive an offer today .

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