Educational Access Scheme
What is it?
If you believe that you've experienced educational or social disadvantage, or other special circumstances that may have hindered your Year 11 and/or Year 12 performance, your application for university may be given individual consideration.
As part of the UAC Educational Access Scheme (EAS), Macquarie University will consider the details of your particular circumstances in conjunction with your application for admission.
If you're deemed eligible for adjustment factors to be applied, you'll receive up to five additional points.
Who you are
To be eligible for consideration under EAS for 2019 admission you need to demonstrate that your educational performance during Year 11 and/or Year 12 studying the Higher School Certificate (HSC) or equivalent has been seriously affected by circumstances beyond your control.
How you apply
If you think you are eligible, opt in for EAS consideration when you apply via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).
You're not eligible to apply through the EAS on the basis of missing periods of schooling due to your sporting/artistic performance commitment. However, you may apply for special consideration under the Elite Athletes and Artistic Performers Scheme .
Combine adjustment factors
You can receive a maximum of 10 additional points combined across five schemes, excluding the following degrees:
- Bachelor of Laws and its double degrees;
- Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and its double degrees; and
- Bachelor of Advanced Science,
for which you can receive a maximum of 6 additional points; and
- Bachelor of Clinical Science
- Bachelor of Commerce – Professional Accounting with the degree of Bachelor of Professional Practice
- Bachelor of Actuarial Studies and its double degrees
for which you can receive a maximum of 5 additional points.