About your USI
Every student in Australia whose studies are nationally recognised must have a USI.
It can be a bit confusing. This page will answer your questions about your USI.
- What is a USI?
- Must I get a USI?
- Do I already have a USI?
- How do I make a USI?
- Can my school make a USI for me?
- How can I give my USI to my school?
- Where can I get more information?
What is a USI?
Your USI (Unique Student Identifier) is a special number issued by the Australian Government.
Here is some information from the Australian Government about the USI:
The Unique Student Identifier or USI is a reference number made up of 10 numbers and letters that:
- creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia, even from different training organisations
- will give you access to your training records and transcripts
- can be accessed online, anytime and anywhere
- is free and easy to create and
- stays with you for life
You will have the same USI even if you go to another school.
Must I get a USI?
All students who are undertaking nationally recognised training in Australia must get a USI.
Do I already have a USI?
How do I make a USI?
You can get your USI by following these instructions. If you have any problems, your teacher can help you.
- Go to the Australian Government USI page here: www.usi.gov.au
- Click ‘I am a student‘
- Click ‘I want to create a USI‘
- Click on ‘I am an Australian student‘ or ‘I am an international student‘
- Click ‘Create your USI now‘
- Click ‘I agree to the Terms and Conditions‘
- Click ‘Create USI‘
- Enter your personal details
- Enter your passport and visa details
- Set your password and secret questions
- Write down your USI
Can my school make a USI for me?
We can create your USI for you if you give us permission.
Click here to fill in this short form:
How can I give my USI to my school?
You can email it to us here.
Or, you can fill in the simple online form here.
Where can I get more information?
There is a lot of information on the Australian Government website.
If you still have some questions, you can ask your teacher or the administration staff at your school.