Cairnmillar Application Portal
Welcome to the Cairnmillar Application Portal
Step 1: Before you begin
For more information about our current courses offered see: Cairnmillar Course and Program Information.
We will be running a mixture of online and in-person information sessions for all of our courses throughout September 2021. Please see our website for more information and to register your attendance.
For undergraduate level applications please apply through VTAC.
Step 2: Create or access your application account
To make an application, register or login below
Before applying you will need to register an account
Use the button below to login to apply or check on current application
Step 3: View your applicant dashboard
Once logged in you will be able to create a new application (when applications are open) by clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button.
Use the Applicant Dashboard to monitor your application status – see: Application Status
You can apply for our PhD program and MPPP Advanced Entry at any time of the year.
Applications for all other 2023 Semester 1 for other postgraduate courses will open on 01 August
2022 and close on the 31 October 2022. Late applications are not accepted.
Please see individual course pages for further information on courses and entry criteria.
Applicants for the Bachelor of Psychology & Counselling must apply through VTAC for Semester 1 2023
Step 4: Complete your application form
Create and submit your application.
- Click Apply Now
- Select Course
- Complete the form and upload relevant documents
- If external references are required you will be reminded at the end of your application to submit them through the HODSPA psychology reference website.
Any questions or queries about the admissions process can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you experience any technical difficulties during the application process, please contact email@example.com.
The majority of communication about your application will be via email and offers and invitations will lapse if not responded to. The Institute cannot take any responsibility for missed emails or notifications due to your email settings or spam filter services.
This is especially relevant to hotmail.com, outlook.com, live.com.au users and people who use an email account from their ISP.