Australian students

If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, you will be under the same conditions as New Zealand citizens. This means that you will pay domestic tuition fees, and can apply for government student loans.

Australian Tertiary Education Ranking (ITI/UAI/TER)

All Australian students wanting to be admitted to The University of Auckland must have completed Year 12 (Higher School Certificate or equivalent) and should have gained an acceptable Interstate Transfer Index (ITI) score. The ITI has a different name depending on the state in which you gained your Year 12 qualification:

  • Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER) (WA, SA, NT and TAS)
  • UAI (ACT and NSW)
  • OP (QLD)

All applicants will be ranked and selected into programmes. Additional entry requirements such as a portfolio, audition and/or an interview may also be required for some programmes. Once admitted to the programme, you will be able to enrol in courses within your programme.

To find out more about ITI/OP scores and/or additional requirements, contact the University directly:

Phone: +64 9 308 2386

How do I apply?

Apply for admission using the online Application for Admission form. You will be asked to indicate that you are applying from an overseas secondary school.

Apply now for admission to the University of Auckland

You are expected to apply by the closing date specified for your chosen programme(s). The University will acknowledge receipt of your application by post. Once you have received your letter of acknowledgement, you will need to supply certified copies of your Higher School Certificate (or equivalent), ITI score and evidence of your citizenship/residency status (birth certificate or passport).

View the application closing dates

For more information on the applying to the University, look at Overview of admission and enrolment process.

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For more information on our range of programmes, or more detailed information about a specific programme, you can have a look at our range of prospectuses.