The SNAP access scheme provides priority entry to RMIT programs for students from designated Victorian secondary schools.
Eligible SNAP students that have an ATAR within 20 points of the lowest selection rank (including adjustments) for their preferred program or programs can receive an equity adjustment. Depending on their initial ATAR and the competitiveness of the program/s, this may deem some applicants eligible for an offer.
VTAC’s Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) allows us to consider disadvantages and circumstances that may have impacted on your academic performance.
Eligible applicants can receive an adjustment to the calculation of their selection rank, which can increase the chances of receiving an offer.
For programs that select primarily on ATAR, any adjustments you are eligible to receive are used in combination with your ATAR to calculate your selection rank.
For programs that select on Range of Criteria, where selection is based on your performance in selection tasks such as interviews or folio presentations, you will receive an equivalent level of adjustment (SEAS and or SNAP) for to your results in these selection tasks
Learn more about RMIT’s equity access schemes.