How to Apply

For more detailed information on how to apply, visit The University's Future Student page

Local students

Applications from Australian citizens and permanent residents must be made through UAC – Universities Admissions Centre. Applications for undergraduate courses open on the first day of August and close on the last Friday of September. Late applications may be submitted but a late fee will apply.

The Flexible Entry Scheme allows students who are close to published Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) cut-offs to apply and be considered for Commonwealth supported places and gain entry based on assessment of Engineering ability, leadership skills and other related criteria. Full details on the Flexible Entry Scheme.

Special entry schemes are available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, those who have experienced educational disadvantage and those who are of mature age. For more information contact the Special Admissions Officer on +61 2 8627 8207. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students should contact the Koori Centre on +61 2 9351 2046.

International students

International students can obtain information on tuition fees and application procedures from the International Office.

Scholarships

A scholarship from The University of Sydney is more than just financial assistance. We want to be a key part of your personal success story and scholarships are just one way we can support your achievements. The faculty offers two scholarships to students undertaking project management studies:

  • The Project Management Undergraduate Scholarship
  • The Project Management and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship

View detailed information on all undergraduate scholarships

Fees

Please note: These fees are indicative only

Course
Code
CRICOS
Code
Duration Credit
Points
Fees/year
Local Int'l
Bachelor of Project Management HH059 074381C 3yrs 144 $7,756 $30,480
Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Project Management HH063 074382B 5yrs 240 $7,756 $30,480

If you are an Australian citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, you are eligible for HECS-HELP (the federal government’s Higher Education Loan Program).