The Faculty of Pharmacy offers a number of alternate entry schemes into the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree to help put you on the right path to a career in professional pharmacy.
For more information, please visit the alternative entry page.
Note: these schemes are applicable to domestic, undergraduate students only.
Early Offer Year 12 (E12)
The E12 scheme supports NSW HSC students who are from a financially disadvantaged background and/or are attending a government identified 'low socioeconomic' high school. Students enrolled through the E12 scheme receive an early conditional offer of a place ) before HSC exams begin), on-campus benefits and some financial support. The Faculty offers E12 places for the Bachelor of Pharmacy, subject to eligibility criteria.
For full information about Early Offer Year 12, eligibility and applications, please visit the E12 website.
Students who have experienced long-term educational disadvantage may apply to the Broadway Scheme, which falls under the banner of the University of Sydney's Educational Access Scheme (EAS) coordinated by the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).
The scheme is mainly intended for current-year Australian Year 12 students who expect to receive an ATAR (or equivalent). More than 600 Broadway Scheme places are awarded to eligible applicants each year.
For full information about the Broadway Scheme, eligibility and applications, please visit the alternative entry page.