- UNSW has a quota system, to ensure enrolment is maintained at a level which maximises the quality of teaching and learning. The quota may be reached before the deadline listed below - especially in areas of high demand or limited places such as Commerce and Medicine.
- We advise you to accept your offer as early as possible and not to wait until the deadline. Accepting will secure your place.
Term 1, 2024 - Diploma programs
|Must be accepted by...
|Diploma of Science
24 January 2024
|Diploma of Engineering
|Diploma of Computer Science
|Diploma of Business
|Diploma of Media and Communication
|Diploma of Architecture (Architectural Studies), Diploma of Architecture (Interior), Diploma of Architecture (Landscape)
If you need help accepting your offer, please contact The Nucleus: Student Hub.
How to accept your offer
- As part of the Accept Online process, most applicants are required to pay a tuition fee deposit.
- If you will be under 18 years of age when the program commences, you will receive a letter advising on the documents you need to provide before you can accept your offer.
How to defer your offer
Do you need to defer? If you can't start study yet, find out how you can defer your offer:
Have you recently become a domestic student?
If you are a commencing student who holds an international student visa and you are granted Australian citizenship, Australian Permanent Residency (PR) or New Zealand citizenship, you need to notify UNSW within 7 days.
If you are seeking credit for previous studies, you should first accept your offer and then submit an application for credit transfer.
Contacts and FAQs
Continue following these steps to getting started at UNSW: