RMIT's SNAP Access Scheme

RMIT's SNAP Access Scheme

RMITs SNAP Access Scheme Information for secondary students Updated: April 2019 Equity and Diversity Unit RMIT University RMIT: who are we? A global university of technology, design and enterprise RMIT is dual-sector, meaning that we offer both degrees and vocational education (or

TAFE) courses. Our courses are highly specialised, and linked to specific careers and industry outcomes. This means that we encourage prospective students to do your research and understand the different pathways to your chosen career. Many RMIT courses include internship and professional practice opportunities. Over 400 courses Pathways to industry and employment and to further study and qualifications Campuses in Australia (Melbourne, Bundoora, Brunswick), Vietnam (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh) and Spain (Barcelona).

What is SNAP? RMITs Schools Network Access Program What is SNAP? RMITs Schools Network Access Program SNAP is RMITs partnership with over 200 Victorian secondary schools SNAP applicants with an ATAR that is within 20 points of the lowest selection rank for your preferred course/s will receive an equity adjustment. Depending on your initial ATAR

and the competitiveness of the course/s youre interested in, this may mean that you become eligible for an offer. NOTE: Previously known as clearly in ATAR, the lowest selection rank refers to the minimum ATAR (including any adjustments, such as SNAP) required to receive an offer in a given course, assuming youve also completed any prerequisites or extra requirements. What is SNAP? RMITs Schools Network Access Program For courses that select on a range of criteria

(eg. pre-selection task, folio and/or interview), eligible applicants will receive an equivalent adjustment. NOTE: Applying through SNAP does not guarantee you a place in your chosen course. Factors such as the number of places available in a course and the number of students applying for a place may affect your final selection rank. For this reason, you should always include pathway options in your preferences! What is SNAP? RMITs Schools Network Access Program

To apply, simply: log into VTAC and apply for courses make a SEAS application and answer YES to Question 1 in Category 1. As of 2018, students are no longer required to be endorsed by their school to receive SNAP consideration. NOTE: you must still meet all prerequisites and extra requirements for your chosen course/s, as listed in the VTAC guide. These can include interviews, folios, selection tasks, completion of prerequisite VCE subjects and/or minimum study scores.

Apply for other SEAS categories You should apply under as many categories of SEAS as you are eligible for. RMIT participates in the following SEAS categories: Remember that SEAS looks at how your circumstances have impacted on your education, so any statements and evidence you provide should demonstrate this. Category 1: Personal information and location

Category 2: Disadvantaged financial background Category 3: Disability or medical condition Category 4: Difficult circumstances The VTAC website has more detailed information about the SEAS categories and documentation required: Apply for scholarships Dont forget to apply for RMIT scholarships when you make your VTAC application! You should also apply for scholarships directly

to RMIT, as not all scholarships accept applications through VTAC. NOTE: Some scholarships do require you to provide additional documentation. Visit the RMIT Scholarships website to learn more about eligibility criteria and application processes. students/life-and-work-opportunities/scholarshi ps What happens next..?

What happens next..? During Change of Preference, remember to keep the RMIT courses you wish to study on your preference list. SNAP adjustments will also apply to any RMIT courses you add during each Change of Preference window, provided you applied for SNAP before the SEAS closing date. Offers will be released as part of VTACs offer rounds between December and February. Need more information? How to get in touch with RMIT

RMIT Info Corner Building 22, City campus 330 Swanston Street (Corner Swanston and Latrobe Streets) Info Corner can provide information about RMIT courses, application processes, fees, and scholarships. [email protected] RMIT Open Days 2019 Bundoora campus: Sunday 4 August City & Brunswick campuses: Sunday 11 August Open Days are a chance to explore our campuses,

meet our teaching staff, and speak with current students.

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