Find out more about our Access Melbourne categories and what documentation or evidence you will need to provide to apply.
We have made sure the application process for Access Melbourne is as simple as possible. Follow the four-step application process below to be considered for 2021 entry.
Check out our undergraduate degree programs and decide which course(s) you would like to apply for. Don’t forget to confirm if the degree program(s) you are interested in consider Access Melbourne applications.
Note that Access Melbourne consideration does not apply to the following programs: the Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholars program, Graduate Degree Packages, Concurrent Diplomas or Honours degrees.
Once you’ve decided on your preferred undergraduate degree(s) you will need to submit an application via VTAC.
When you submit your VTAC application you’ll also be able to apply for SEAS consideration.
SEAS is a VTAC managed, single application process that ensures your consideration for a range of access and equity programs offered by a number of tertiary institutions, including our Access Melbourne scheme.
Take the opportunity to apply for SEAS consideration under all categories that are applicable to your circumstances. Applicants are not limited to a single SEAS category in their application.
Remember to provide all required supporting documentation by the VTAC deadline. Supporting documentation may include: an impact statement, statement of support signed by a responsible independent source (i.e. doctor, lawyer, accountant, social worker), or copies of Government-issued correspondence.
Your SEAS application will be sent the University, in conjunction with your undergraduate course application.
The University will assess your undergraduate degree application, along with your SEAS application.
If you are successful, you’ll receive a Melbourne offer with instructions about how to accept.
Get in touch with our student support team for more information about applying for Access Melbourne. We can also provide guidance regarding scholarship opportunities, students loans, budgeting, finding accommodation, course planning and more.