Faculty of Engineering Admission Scheme at UNSW Canberra
The Faculty of Engineering Admission Scheme (FEAS) provides a possible alternative admission pathway into the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) at UNSW Canberra, for students who do not meet the advertised ATAR requirement.
Admission for 2019
The Lowest Selection Rank (ATAR + adjustment factors) for admission to Engineering programs at UNSW Canberra in 2018 was 92.00. Adjustment factors can include points for HSC Plus (Year 12 Subject Bonus Points), Educational Access Scheme, and Elite Athletes and Performers.
Students who achieve an ATAR (or equivalent) between 83.00 and 92.95, and who have an ability in mathematics, knowledge of physical science, design and problem solving, and a motivation toward engineering studies will be considered for admission into the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) at UNSW Canberra, under the Faculty of Engineering Admission Scheme.
If you anticipate achieving an ATAR (or equivalent) between 83.00 and 92.95, we strongly recommend that you maximise your opportunity for admission to UNSW Canberra by applying for FEAS.
Applying for FEAS
Applications for 2019 FEAS at UNSW Canberra are now open.
To apply for FEAS, you will need to:
- Complete an online application form
- Upload a short video to demonstrate how you are suited to engineering studies
Your performance in your HSC/Australian Year 12 subjects will also be reviewed as part of the FEAS assessment process. You do not need to provide copies of your HSC/Year 12 subject results as part of your application.
UAC Application: Please note that you must still lodge a UAC application for admission to UNSW Canberra, and all offers are made through UAC.
Please note that applying for FEAS does not guarantee you entry to the Engineering programs at UNSW Canberra.
You are eligible if you are:
- An Australian citizen, permanent resident of Australia or a New Zealand citizen who is attempting a 2017 Australian Year 12, International Baccalaureate (IB) in Australia, or the New Zealand NCEA Level 3 qualification; or
- An Australian citizen, permanent resident of Australia or a New Zealand citizen who is NOT currently undertaking an Australian Year 12, IB in Australia or NZ NCEA Level 3 whose highest qualification is a Secondary qualification (eg. HSC, International Baccalaureate, GCE A Levels, etc)
Already Completed Tertiary Studies?
Domestic applicants who have undertaken post-secondary or tertiary studies (e.g. TAFE, university) may optionally submit a FEAS application and will be considered on the basis of data received from UAC. Visit UAC’s website for information on the application process.
Phone: 02 6268 8201