For undergraduate study, there is more than one way to meet our academic entry requirements. These include high school studies, foundation studies, recognised prior study and a university transfer. Check out the ‘Alternative entry pathways’ section in our international student guide for undergraduates for more. The UNSW Admissions Office can confirm whether your prior study will be recognised by UNSW.
For postgraduate study, you are generally required to have completed undergraduate studies at a university-type institution. You can find out the exact academic entry requirements for your program in the ‘Coursework program’ section of the international student guide for postgraduates. The UNSW Admissions Office can help you find out the specific academic entry requirements needed.
For more information, go to 'Degree areas' in the horizontal bar above or head to 'Download student guides' in the side panel.
English language requirements
If your qualification was not undertaken and assessed in English, you must provide evidence your English language ability meets the minimum requirements for admission.
To satisfy UNSW's English language requirements, you must provide evidence for one or more of the following: