Recent and Non Recent School Leavers

HOW TO APPLY: DOMESTIC STUDENTS

Step 1: Choose your course

Select the course you want to apply for via the University’s Find a Course website.

Step 2: Check the entry requirements of the course

For most courses, entry is based on you ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) or equivalent. For details, visit our website: sydney.edu.au/ug-entry

Additional English language requirements can also apply. For more information refer to: sydney.edu.au/ug-int-english

Step 3: Explore your entry options

Getting the ‘right’ ATAR is not the only way to obtain a place here. Access Sydney offers alternative entry pathways and you may be eligible to apply for more than one.

Access Sydney is split into two categories: Year 12 schemes and post-high-school schemes, so you can see which option is right for you. For more information about any of our schemes, visit sydney.edu.au/access

Step 4: Submit your application to UAC with the relevant documents

As a domestic student, you need to submit your application online through the Universities Admissions Centre website: uac.edu.au

Flexible Entry

If you are a local school-leaver and your Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) is within five points of the cut-off, you may also be considered for a Flexible Entry place on the basis of additional criteria such as your HSC performance in subjects relevant to your UAC preferences.

The Flexible Entry scheme may offer places in the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications), Bachelor of Arts (Languages), Bachelor of Economics, Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences, Bachelor of International and Global Studies and Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work.

Consult the UAC Guide or the University website at the time of your UAC application for full details: sydney.edu.au/flexible-entry.

HOW TO APPLY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Step 1: Choose your course

Select the course you want to apply for via the University’s Find a Course website.

Step 2: Check the entry requirements of the course

Admission to the University of Sydney is highly competitive. Applicants need to satisfy certain academic and English language requirements to secure admission.

For full details, visit: sydney.edu.au/future-students/international/undergraduate

Step 3: Submit your application online with the relevant documents

As an international student, you can apply to the University of Sydney in the following ways:

If you are an international student studying an Australian/New Zealand senior secondary or International baccalaureate qualification, you can apply online through the Universities Admissions Centre International website: uac.edu.au/international