Which courses would you like to explore?

Lodge your application, selecting the location you wish to study at. If you select an on-campus location and COVID-19 is still impeding our ability to deliver face-to-face when semester two commences, we will guide you through your options.

We welcome students from all backgrounds and support them to achieve their best.

Find the category below that best describes you.

Higher education background

You are considered to have a higher education background if you have:

  • completed a higher education program at any time or
  • commenced but not completed a higher education program.

Most postgraduate programs require completion of an undergraduate bachelor degree to meet entry requirements. Some programs require this to be in the same field, other programs simply require a bachelor degree in any field of study. There are also a small number of postgraduate programs which do not require completion of an undergraduate degree.

Refer to Course Finder for program-specific entry information.

Some programs need further information in addition to your formal application, such as an interview, entrance test or audition etc. You must check if there are any essential requirements for admission for the individual programs you are applying to study.

  • Copies of your higher education transcripts of results
  • Evidence of completion of your previous studies where applicable, i.e. letter of completion, testamur, or academic transcript with completion confirmed.
  • Any essential requirements for admission required for the programs you are applying to study.
  • Evidence of any name change between the results/qualifications you provide and the name you are applying in.
  • Evidence of your permanent residency/citizenship, if you were born overseas.

Some programs will require you to have a current Working With Children Check / police check, etc.  These are not required with your application, but you may need them before you start your studies.

Most FedUni postgraduate programs accept direct applications; use a desktop computer.

Apply via direct application

If you are a FedUni student currently studying or on leave from studies and are transferring from one postgraduate level program to another, submit an ‘internal transfer application form’.

If you are applying to more than one institution to study a postgraduate teaching program, you will need to apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC)

Apply via VTAC

VTAC applicants will follow the VTAC offer timelines, with offers distributed by VTAC directly.  If you receive a VTAC offer, we will send you a FedUni offer letter by email, containing valuable information on how to accept your offer and enrol.

Direct applicants will receive an email confirming that your application has been received.

  • When we have reviewed your application, you will be emailed to advise the outcome.
  • If your application is successful, we will forward an offer email to you, which will contain information on how to accept your offer and enrol.
  • If your application is unsuccessful, we will notify you by email. The email will include advice to strengthen a future application to the program.

Vocational education and training (VET) background

You are considered to have a VET background if you have:

  • completed studies at Diploma level or higher

Most postgraduate programs require completion of an undergraduate bachelor degree to meet entry requirements.  Some programs require this to be in the same field, other programs simply require a bachelor degree in any field of study. There are also a small number of postgraduate programs which do not require completion of an undergraduate degree.

You should refer to our Course Finder for program-specific entry information.

Some programs need further information in addition to your formal application, such as an interview, entrance test or audition etc. You must check if there are any essential requirements for admission for the individual programs you are applying to study.

  • Copies of your TAFE transcripts/results statements
  • Evidence of completion of your previous studies where applicable, i.e. letter of completion, testamur, or academic transcript with completion confirmed.
  • Any essential requirements for admission required for the programs you are applying to study.
  • Evidence of any name change between the results/qualifications you provide and the name you are applying in.
  • Evidence of your permanent residency/citizenship, if you were born overseas.

Some programs will require you to have a current Working With Children Check / police check, etc.  These are not required with your application, but you may need them before you start your studies.

Most FedUni postgraduate programs accept direct applications; use a desktop computer and click the below button.

Apply via direct application

If you are applying to more than one institution to study a postgraduate teaching program, you will need to apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC)

Apply via VTAC

VTAC applicants will follow the VTAC offer timelines, with offers distributed by VTAC directly.  If you receive a VTAC offer, we will send you a FedUni offer letter by email, containing information on how to accept your offer and enrol.

Direct applicants will receive an email confirming that your application has been received.

  • When we have reviewed your application, you will be emailed to advise the outcome.
  • If your application is successful, we will forward an offer email to you, which will contain information on how to accept your offer and enrol.
  • If your application is unsuccessful, we will notify you by email. The email will include pathway advice to strengthen a future application to the program.

Work and life experience

You are considered to have a ‘work and life experience’ background if you have:

  • left secondary education more than two years ago and I haven't undertaken VET or higher education study since then; or
  • professional or work experience that shows my readiness for higher education; or
  • completed short courses or non-formal programs to prepare you for University.

Most postgraduate programs require completion of an undergraduate bachelor degree to meet entry requirements.  Some programs require this to be in the same field, other programs simply require a bachelor degree in any field of study. There are also a small number of postgraduate programs which do not require completion of an undergraduate degree.

You should refer to our Course Finder for program specific entry information.

Some programs need further information in addition to your formal application, such as an interview, entrance test or audition etc. You must check if there are any essential requirements for admission for the individual programs you are applying to study.

  • Copies of any certificates from short courses you may have completed.
  • Your current resume, detailing your work and volunteer experience.
  • Any essential requirements for admission required for the programs you are applying to study.
  • Evidence of any name change between the results/qualifications you provide and the name you are applying in.
  • Evidence of your permanent residency/citizenship, if you were born overseas.

Some programs will require you to have a current Working With Children Check / police check, etc.  These are not required with your application, but you may need them before you start your studies.

Most FedUni postgraduate programs accept direct applications; use a desktop computer and click the below button.

Apply via direct application

If you are applying to more than one institution to study a postgraduate teaching program, you will need to apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC)

Apply via VTAC

VTAC applicants will follow the VTAC offer timelines, with offers distributed by VTAC directly.  If you receive a VTAC offer, we will send you a FedUni offer letter by email, containing valuable information on how to accept your offer and enrol.

Direct applicants will receive an email confirming that your application has been received.

  • When we have reviewed your application, you will be emailed to advise the outcome.
  • If your application is successful, we will forward an offer email to you, which will contain information on how to accept your offer and enrol.
  • If your application is unsuccessful, we will notify you by email. The email will include pathway advice to strengthen a future application to the program.

Recent secondary education

You are considered to have a recent secondary education background if you:

  • are currently completing secondary education this year; or
  • have completed secondary education within the previous two years and have not gone on to study at a VET or higher education level.

You will require further studies or work and life experience to be able to meet entry requirements for our postgraduate programs.

We encourage you to explore our Course Finder to find an alternate program that you may be eligible to apply for.