Domestic applicants apply online via the Universities Admission Centre (UAC); search using the following UAC codes: 830743 and 830744 . If your application is successful, you'll receive an offer notification from UAC.
International applications should be made online through the Programs and Courses 'Apply' button. Alternatively, international applicants may prefer to apply through an international agent representative in their home country. If your application is successful, you will receive an offer notification from ANU with information about acceptance and enrolment dates and procedures.
Please ensure that the following are included with your application:
- Scanned copies of academic transcripts for all previous university studies showing all subjects and grades obtained and a copy of the grading scale. If the originals are not in English, certified English translations are required.
- Evidence that you meet the English language requirements.
- An up-to-date detailed CV outlining your roles and responsibilities.
- Referee reports are considered favourably, but are not essential.
If you have not yet completed your undergraduate studies, it is possible to be made a conditional offer of admission, based on unofficial academic transcripts.
When to apply
- Semester 1 (February start)
- Semester 2 (July start)
As a general rule, domestic applications for Semester 1 close early January and Semester 2 applications close end May.
International applications for Semester 1 close 12 December of the preceding year and Semester 2 applications close 31 May. International applicants should allow sufficient time to apply for necessary visas.
Transfer to ANU
If you are a domestic student who has completed part of a degree or courses at another university and you would like to complete the rest of your degree at ANU, you will need to apply for admission via the Universities Admission Centre (UAC). Once you have received and accepted an offer, you are then able to apply for credit (status) for the courses you have already completed.
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