Covid-19 update for applicants

The Admissions Office continues to provide a business as usual service when working remotely. Supporting future students remains our priority.

Though much has stayed the same, some changes have been made to give you additional options and to help you meet our admission requirements. You can find information on what has changed below.

All applicants

Important

From 1 October 2022, you can submit your identity document online. The University is making changes so that you can submit this document online from 1 October 2022.

Identity documents

Important update for 2023 enrolment:

If you have an unconditional/full offer of admission for 2023, you can upload your electronic identity documents with a declaration. To do this, please complete the Student declaration form for identity documents.

Alternatively, you can post us any certified hard copies of identification documents. For more details, please see: 

Also, if you are on our campus and able to, you can drop in to see us at Student Hubs with the originals, and we can certify these for you.

Student Hubs

Predicted/indicative grades

If you are unable to provide final examination results we can complete a preliminary assessment of your application based on predicted or indicative results. In some cases we may also be able to issue an unconditional offer.

International applicants

English language proficiency

For intakes through to and including Semester One 2023 the validity period of English tests and qualifications has been extended from 2 years to 2.5 years. If you meet our English Language Requirements via this exception you will be required to sit a Diagnostic English Language Needs Assessment (DELNA) no later than 2 weeks into your first semester of study and undertake any recommended enrichment/support.

Please see DELNA for students.

We are accepting IELTS Indicator, TOEFL Special Home Edition and TOEFL ITP Plus for China for all future terms. If you meet our English Language Requirements via one of these tests you will be required to sit a Diagnostic English Language Needs Assessment (DELNA) no later than 2 weeks into your first semester of study, and undertake any recommended enrichment/support.

Please see DELNA for students.

Please note, the scores for IELTS Indicator and TOEFL Special Home Edition are the same as those required for IELTS Academic and TOEFL iBT. Results from TOEFL ITP Plus for China will be assessed on a case by case basis.

Standardised tests from the USA

If you have completed a US High School Diploma from a regionally accredited school but have not been able to take a standardised test such as SAT or ACT you may still be eligible for admission. Applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.