For Semester 1 2013, domestic applicants, including Australian citizens, permanent residents, New Zealand citizens, and holders of a permanent humanitarian visa applicants applying for the following courses must apply through Universities Admissions Centre (UAC):
Applications may be submitted on-line via the UAC website. Please submit all documentation to UAC after you have completed the on-line application.
UAC contact details
Universities Admissions Centre (UAC)
Locked Bag 112
Silverwater NSW 2128
T +61 2 9752 0200
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8.30am-4pm
Applications for the following postgraduate coursework degrees are made to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. You can apply online by searching for your course on the University's 'Find a course' website, then click the 'Apply now' icon to proceed with your application.
- Art History
- China Studies
- China Public Administration
- Creative Writing
- Hebrew, Biblical & Jewish Studies
- History (not available from Semester 2, 2013)
- Holocaust Studies
- Peace and Conflict Studies (distance program)
- Public Administration
- Human Rights and Democratisation (Mid-year entry only)
Your application must include:
- a complete application form
- an original or certified copy of the official transcript of your academic record. Graduates of The University of Sydney need not attach an academic transcript of their local enrolment.
- all other requested documents listed on the application form
- proof of Australian citizenship or permanent residency status, i.e. birth certificate or passport (local applicants only).
Incomplete applications will not be assessed.
Please refer to the Important Dates & Deadlines page for a list of application closing dates.
What is a certified copy?
A certified copy is a photocopy that has been declared by a Justice of the Peace (JP), a solicitor, or a Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Staff member to be an exact copy of the original.
Please note that original transcripts will not be returned if sent or submitted to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Graduate Certificate - Information for 2013 Applications
The following Graduate Certificate applications must provide a professional reference from an employer and/or work colleague who are fully conversant with the applicants expertise and experience. A professional reference means a letter clearly setting the individual’s professional conduct, character and working skill and knowledge during the period of employment. The reference should also specifically set out the period of time the applicant has held positions with the employer.
- Art Curatorship
- Development Studies
- Digital Communication and Culture
- Film Studies
- Health Communication
- Human Rights
- Media Practice
- Strategic Public Relations
- US Studies
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