If you did not receive an ATAR score upon completion of Year 12, or if the ATAR score that you received is insufficient for entry, UniSQ can convert other qualifications, work and life experience, admission tests, and some alternate forms of schooling into a Selection Rank for consideration.
Non-standard Australian Year 12 qualifications
If you have received an equivalent Year 12 qualification through an alternative education program, it is recommended that you contact us for detailed guidance on the assessment process. You will need to provide evidence of successfully completing an accredited Year 12 program and official Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results.
Further information about Admission Criteria can be found on the QTAC website.
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma is recognised as an equivalent to an Australian Year 12 Qualification. A ‘combined rank’ is determined by your IB score and is then converted to a QTAC selection rank.
Detailed information about International Baccalaureate (IB) studies is available on the QTAC website.
Completed competency-based training
This training allows you to demonstrate your ability to complete certain tasks. Your completed competency-based course can be given a QTAC selection rank based on the level and duration of your study. If you complete a competency-based qualification while at school, this can be given its own rank, separate from, and in addition to, your ATAR. The following table shows the maximum ranks attainable for competency-based and graded certificate-level study.
|Maximum attainable selection rank
Note: The above refers to Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications that are competency-based.