If you’ve received a direct offer, you will receive an email with detailed instructions on what to do next.
Click here for more information about accepting your direct offer.
What is a conditional offer?
A conditional offer is a course offer from Swinburne that depends upon additional information or documentation to support your application. This additional information could be your final results, academic transcripts or results of a specific test.
Your conditional offer letter will include a list of the required documents we need from you.
What does it mean?
If you receive a conditional offer letter, this means we require additional information or supporting documentation from you to be able to offer you a full offer.
Your conditional offer letter will explain what these additional documents are.
The most common reason for receiving a conditional offer is to see what your results will be. Once you receive your results, you must send them to us.
You can email your academic transcript to domestic admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org (or to the email listed in your conditional offer letter) or hand over a hard copy — as long as we receive your documents.
After we’ve received and verified the submitted documents, we will email you the confirmation of your full offer along with the instructions on how to accept.
Note: You cannot enrol until you have met the conditions outlined in your conditional offer letter.
Also note: If you do not provide the required documents as stated on your conditional offer letter, you will not be eligible to proceed with your acceptance.
What is a packaged offer?
A packaged offer is an offer from Swinburne that includes two or more courses offered together. A packaged offer allows you to meet the entry criteria for the course that follows upon the successful completion of the previous course.
For example, you may receive a packaged offer for a UniLink diploma and a bachelor degree. The UniLink diploma will be labelled on your offer letter as ‘preliminary course 1’ and the bachelor degree as your ‘principal course’.
While you’re studying a preliminary course, your offer for the subsequent course (the bachelor degree) remains conditional. Upon successful completion of your preliminary course, the condition is lifted and you’re able to progress to the bachelor degree.
What does it mean?
Swinburne will send you an email confirming your packaged offer — this email will include the instructions you will need to follow to accept your offer.