Admissions and Applications

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With approval from the Dean, available places in the Masters of Wildlife Health and Population Management will be offered to qualified applicants, according to the admissions criteria.

If you have a 3 years Bachelor's degree you will undertake a 72 credit point program to obtain the Masters of Wildlife Health and Population Management, equating to 1.5 years full time.
If you graduated with honours, have a veterinary degree or another master’s degree, or have completed coursework with a significant research component and have a sufficient grade point average, you may be eligible to apply for a 24 credit point reduction in your study load and undertake the 48 credit point version of the Master’s in Wildlife Health and Population Management.

Further information on admissions criteria and process can be found at the following links:

Master of Wildlife Health and Population Management:

Admission requirements & How to apply
Application form