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Regulations for admission to undergraduate award courses

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Rules and regulations

The University's statutes and regulations are currently under review. More information can be found on the University's legislative review here.

Regulations for admission to undergraduate award courses

1. The University seeks to admit high-quality students with a strong likelihood of success in tertiary study through transparent and equitable selection processes, while offering a range of alternative admission pathways for students from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Standard admission

2. To be admitted to an undergraduate degree course, an applicant must:

(a) complete one of the standard admission pathways outlined in the University Policy on: Admission to undergraduate degree courses;

(b) demonstrate a sufficiently high level of academic achievement to be offered a place;

(c) demonstrate English language competence through a satisfactory level of achievement in an approved test of English language described in the University Policy on: English Language Competence for admission to degree study; and

(d) satisfy any prerequisite requirements for particular courses and majors described in the University Policy on: Prerequisites for entry to undergraduate majors.

Alternative admission

3. Applicants who meet certain criteria, but who have not met standard admission requirements, may be offered a place in selected degree courses through one of the alternative admission pathways outlined in the University Policy on: Admission to undergraduate degree courses.

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