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Secure your place at Federation University in 2022

Finishing high school can be stressful, so why not give yourself peace of mind with Federation University's Early Offer Program?

Not only is an early offer exciting to receive, but knowing that you have already secured a place in a degree means you can head in to exams fully focused.

How to apply

  1. Complete the Early Offer Application. Applications for early offers are now open. Click here to apply.
    • Select the program you are interested in from the drop-down list.
    • Check that you will meet the pre-requisites and any additional essential entry requirements.
    • When providing your email address please use the same email address that you intend to use in your VTAC application.
  2. List Federation in your VTAC preference list, which open on 2 August.*


Most bachelor degrees are available for early offers, to view courses accepting early offer applications click here.

To be eligible for an early offer you must:

  • Be a current domestic Australian year 12 student or a recent (completed year 12 in 2019 or 2020) domestic Australian year 12 graduate who has not undertaken further study.
  • Meet the pre-requisites for the program.
  • Apply by 3 December 2021.
  • Apply via VTAC and list the Federation University degree in your preference list. *

What happens next?

  • If your application is successful, you will receive a conditional offer.
  • As an Early Offer Program recipient you'll have exclusive access to a series of events that will prepare you for uni.
  • If you meet the conditions of the Early Offer Program you will be issued a formal offer by VTAC. This was originally planned for December 2021 but due to COVID-19 there will be no December round. Therefore, formal offers will be issued from VTAC in the January 2022 offer round.
  • If you don't meet the conditions of your early offer you may still be eligible for an offer for the course. Applicants who have experienced educational disadvantage are encouraged to apply for the Special Entry Access Schemes (SEAS). Depending on eligibility and your circumstances, a SEAS application may provide support for your course application.

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Aboriginal Education Centre

The Aboriginal Education Centre (AEC) has a strong and vibrant cultural presence at Federation University with five offices based across the following campuses - Mt Helen, SMB, Wimmera, Berwick and Gippsland and is the central location for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander matters at Federation University.

We assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and can also refer students to services and support at Federation University and other community organisations.

Our computer labs are open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and community members.

We welcome all students, staff and community members to contact us and contribute to life of the Centre.

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*Applicants must apply via VTAC and remain bound by the preference system. A number of courses at different institutions may make you an offer, but the offer received will be for your highest preference where you have met all selection criteria. If you decide to change your preferences, all applicants are given this opportunity at various dates. For information on these dates, visit VTAC website.

COVID-19 update: Current restrictions may impact your studies - please visit our Coronavirus advice webpage for further information.

*Good Universities Guide 2021