Application and admission
Everything you need to know to help you apply to the University including entry criteria, admission schemes and who to contact for assistance.
Details on entry criteria, interview process and support for admission to the University of Auckland.
Entry and interview
This page contains information on the entry and interview process for undergraduate and postgraduate clinical programmes.
Clinical Selection Test: Content, design and how we will use it
In response to the impacts of Covid-19 on clinical programme entry this year, the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences has re-introduced a Clinical Selection Test (CST).
Take note of the important dates and mark them in your diary.
Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)
Students applying for the MBChB, BOptom, BPharm, BMedImag(Hons), MAud and MHSc Nutrition and Dietetics must complete Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI).
Admissions and interviews resources
The following videos will provide you with information about programme admissions and interview processes
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Regional Rural Admission Scheme
Places in undergraduate programmes in medicine, optometry and pharmacy are allocated for students of regional or rural origin.
Undergraduate Targeted Admission Schemes (UTAS)
Undergraduate Targeted Admission Scheme (UTAS) for eligible Māori and applicants from some equity groups.
Māori and Pacific Admission Scheme
Information relevant for Māori and Pacific students.
Doctoral study at FMHS
Once you’ve applied for a doctoral programme, you will need to get the necessary approval to begin your study with the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.