This information applies to local students only. If you wish to study at the Institute as an international student, please visit our international page for more information.
William Angliss Institute accepts applications through both VTAC and directly.
Apply through VTAC if you are:
- A year 12 school leaver applying for a Certificate IV or higher course, starting in February
- A non year 12 leaver who is applying for courses from multiple institutions for February intake
Apply direct if you are:
- Not a Year 12 school leaver and are only applying to William Angliss Institute
- Applying for Certificate II or Certificate III course
- Applying for an April, mid year or September intake
- Applying for our Sydney Campus
Current Victorian Year 12 students, and Non Year 12 applicants who intend to apply to several institutions, applying for a Certificate IV qualification or above at our Melbourne campus, are required to apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).
VTAC applications close in early December.
Successful applicants who have applied through VTAC will receive a letter of offer via VTAC in January. The offer letter will include interview information, when and where to enrol, how to enrol by proxy, and how to defer.
Note: Students who do not come to enrolment, or who have not organised a proxy to enrol for them on the given date, will forfeit their place.
VTAC Special Access Entry Scheme (SEAS)
William Angliss Institute is committed to providing an equitable selection process that allows each student the opportunity to reach their true potential. The Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) enables our selection officers to grant special consideration where applicable.
To be eligible applicants must also submit a VTAC course application and satisfy all relevant course entry requirements. William Angliss Institute supports SEAS for the following categories:
- Category 1: Personal information and location
- Category 2: Non-English speaking background
- Category 3: Difficult circumstances
- Category 4: Disadvantaged financial background
- Category 5: Disability or medical condition
For further information, click here.
You can apply to William Angliss Institute online directly through our website.
Apply for a Postgraduate program at William Angliss Institute online directly through our website.
All applications for our Sydney campus must be made directly to the Institute.
Students wishing to undertake Apprenticeship or Traineeship training with Angliss need to first find an employer.
For more information on how to find an apprenticeship or traineeship visit our Apprenticeships and Traineeships page.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) also known as Skills Recognition and credit transfer - is a process that evaluates and recognises the skills and knowledge you have gained from work experience, work-based training, life experience and previous study. It allows your experience to be formally recognised. Applying for RPL can shorten the duration of your study time, give you a formal qualification and enhance your future career prospects.
To apply for RPL, complete a direct application and attach any relevant documentation (resumes, referees, academic transcripts, evidence of prior work experience).
Current William Angliss students who wish to further their studies in a Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Bachelor Degree at the Melbourne campus who intend on only applying to William Angliss Institute, should apply directly to the Institute.
To find out more about pathways at William Angliss Institute please visit Grow Your Future at Angliss.