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Find answers to the frequently asked admissions questions

We are here to answer any questions you may have about applying and studying at the University of Sydney. 

UAC applicants

  • You may have changed your mind about what you want to study
  • You may be interested in a new program or received¬†new information
  • Your results may mean that your options are limited or greater.

It is still possible to change your preferences in light of your results and the offer round. For main round offers (18 January 2017) change of preferences closes at midnight Friday 6 January.

Take the chance to come and speak to us at Info Day on 5 January 2017 before you change your preferences.

Log on to the UAC website to change your preferences. Be sure to have the relevant UAC codes handy.

If you decide to change your preferences, make sure you have a thorough understanding of your options and any implications.

Visit us at Info Day on Thursday 5 January to talk directly to our friendly staff and students, who can help you with your questions. Alternatively you can also call our helpline on 1800 SYD UNI (793 864) or ask a question online.

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