Applications of postgraduate courses at CDU are process through SATAC (for all states except NSW’s) and UAC (NSW’s only).
How to apply through SATAC
1. Explore SATAC Course Search
All the information in regards to entry requirements, selection processes and dates are available on the SATAC website.
2. Register with SATAC
The next step to get your application underway is to visit the SATAC website and register as a postgraduate applicant.
Once you have completed your registration, SATAC will send you an email with a link to access your online application.
3. Complete your application
Follow the link in the email from SATAC to complete your application, and remember to save your progress after each section. SATAC can access most of your study records, but they might request further information from you so keep an eye on your emails.
If the entry requirements for your course require employment experience remember to upload your CV and any relevant registration you may have.
4. Accept and enrol
If your application is successful, you'll receive your offer via email from SATAC. SATAC will automatically accept your offer for you.
You will also receive an email from CDU with instructions for setting up your student account and enrolling in your units.
All the information in regards to entry requirements, selection processes and dates are available through the UAC website.
2. Register and complete your UAC application
The next step is to get your application underway registering as an postgraduate applicant.
You will be prompted if UAC requires you to provide supporting documentation. UAC may still contact you for further information. Any course-specific documents such as a personal statement, CV questionnaire or portfolio must be uploaded.
UAC will send you an acknowledgement email with your application number and UAC pin.
3. Accept and enrol
If your application is successful, you’ll receive an offer notification via email from UAC.
You will also receive an email from CDU with information about acceptance, instructions for setting up your student account and enrolling in your units.
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