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