How to apply

Admission to UNSW is based on academic merit. You will need to provide evidence that you have met the entry requirements of the program of your choice, including the UNSW English language requirement.

Domestic students:

If you are an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, you apply online through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).

Find out more about applying for a bachelor degree at UNSW.

International students:

If you are an international student, and you’re completing an Australian Year 12, the NZ NCEA Level 3 qualification, or the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Australia or overseas, you apply online through UAC International.

All other international students apply directly to UNSW.

Transferring students

Transferring within UNSW

You can apply to transfer between UNSW degrees after completing a minimum of 6 courses (36 UOC) through UNSW Internal Program Transfer. Assessment is based on the achievement of a pre-determined average grade (typically 75).

Alternatively, you can apply for transfer between UNSW degrees through UAC (domestic students) or directly with UNSW (international students) after completing a minimum of 6 courses (36 UOC). Assessment is based on your ATAR (or equivalent) and/or studies at UNSW.

Transferring from outside UNSW

You can apply for transfer into a UNSW degree after completing a minimum of 6 courses (36 UOC). Assessment is based on your ATAR and/or results from university studies. Apply online through UAC (domestic students) or directly with UNSW (international students).

You may be eligible for transfer credits for courses successfully completed at another university. Credit transfer is not determined until an offer of study is made. Find out more about credit transfer at UNSW.

Any questions

Call us on + 61 2 9385 3507 or submit an enquiry online.