FAQ about registering
Q How do I register for UMAT?
A Registrations for UMAT2016 are now open. Registration is online only. You must watch the compulsory UMAT Registration Tutorial and read the UMAT2016 Information Booklet before registering for UMAT2016.
Q Can I sit UMAT on another date?
A All candidates who register for UMAT2016 will be expected to attend the test on Wednesday 27 July 2016. In exceptional circumstances (serious unexpected illness or misadventure), candidates who are unable to attend on 27 July may apply to take UMAT on an Alternative Test Date specified by ACER. Conditions apply.
Q Can I sit UMAT overseas?
A Overseas test centres are available in New Zealand (Auckland, Dunedin) and in London, Singapore and Washington DC. If you elect to sit UMAT outside Australia and New Zealand, an overseas test levy ($185) is payable in addition to the registration fee. Requests for additional test centres cannot be considered under any circumstances.
Q What kind of ID is acceptable?
A Please read the information on our identification page.
Q Does registering for the test mean I have applied for university entry?
A No. Applying for admission to one of the UMAT Consortium universities is a separate process. After consulting the universities’ websites, you should contact the universities of interest if you have any questions about the application procedure for university admission.
UMAT2016 Information Booklet
You must read the UMAT2016 Information Booklet before you register for UMAT2016.
Bond University has removed the requirement of UMAT for their Medical Program application.
Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University is now using UMAT for their Dental Science course commencing in 2017.