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Find out what you need to be admitted to your chosen Arts programme.
If you got University Entrance but not the right rank score, you might be eligible for the Conditional Admission pathway for the Bachelor of Arts.
Targeted Admission Scheme
The Targeted Admission Scheme (TAS) is for students from certain backgrounds who have University Entrance but not the guaranteed entry score.
University preparation programmes
If your school qualifications are below the level required for admission, a preparation programme could be the right pathway.
Prior tertiary study
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with prior tertiary study from NZ and overseas.
Requirements for entry via Special Admission.
Discretionary Entrance applicants
Undergraduate entry requirements for New Zealand and Australian citizens and residents with exceptional results in Year 12 (NCEA Level 2 or higher).
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with NCEA, CIE (taken in NZ) and IB qualifications.
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with secondary school qualifications completed overseas.
Entry requirements for postgraduate qualifications, including taught, research and PhD programmes.
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