Careers Information

For any questions about Careers please contact:


Careers Advisor

Josephine Batten

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Ph : 02 6210 7075  

What is an ASBA and who can do one?

Australian School–based Apprenticeships (ASBAs) offer students, 15 years of age or over, the opportunity to achieve a nationally recognized vocational qualification by combining paid work and training as part of their educational program.

Students enrolled in an ASBA attend the workplace for 8 hours each week as well as up to 5 hours per week at an RTO (Registered Training Organisation) to complete the nationally recognized vocational qualification i.e. Certificate II or Certificate III in their chosen apprenticeship.

On successful completion of the ASBA, students will receive their vocational certificate, along with their ACT Year 12 Certificate. This opportunity affords students a great head start in their career.

Students interested in an ASBA should see the Careers Adviser to discuss options and the process for securing an ASBA.

UAC Dates for Admissions 2013


Wednesday 7 August Applications open
Friday 27 September 2013 UAC on time applications close
Thursday 31 October 2013 Late applications close with late fee $122*
Friday 29 November 2013 Late applications close with late fee $140*
Friday 31 January 2014 Final close of applications with late fee $150*
* Fees & charges for 2014 admissions are yet to be confirmed


Tuesday 17 December 2013 ACT Year 12 results released by ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies
Tuesday 19 December 2013 ATARs released by UAC at

Change of preferences

Saturday 4 January 2014 For consideration in Main Round
16 January–23 January 2014 For consideration in Late Round
30 January–31 January 2014 For consideration in Final Round


Friday 3 January 2014 Early January offers e-released at 9pm
Thursday 16 January 2014 Main Round offers e-released at 9pm
Thursday 30 January 2014

Late Round offers e-released


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