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Find out how to gain entry to the University, including standards you’ll have to meet under NCEA, CIE and IB; and alternative entrance pathways.
New Zealand secondary school applicants
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with NCEA, CIE (taken in NZ) and IB qualifications.
Prior tertiary study
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with prior tertiary study from NZ and overseas.
Overseas secondary school applicants
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants with secondary school qualifications completed overseas.
Undergraduate English language requirements
English language requirements for undergraduate programmes.
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).
Applicants under 16
Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants under the age of 16.
Home school applicants
Undergraduate entry requirements for students in NZ home school education.
Undergraduate Targeted Admission Schemes (UTAS)
Undergraduate Targeted Admission Scheme (UTAS) for eligible Māori and applicants from some equity groups.
If you're leaving secondary school for university, and have NCEA, take a look at the requirements of entry.
If you’ve started study at another New Zealand university, we invite you to apply to transfer to the University of Auckland for Semester Two 2017.
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