If your transfer is not an allowable course transfer visible in Sydney Student you will need to make an internal course application directly to the University (not through UAC).
You will need to meet the entry criteria for your chosen course. Find out more about these requirements in Find a course.
This option is only available to currently enrolled, undergraduate award course students.
If you are a non-award or cross-institutional student and wish to change your course you will need to apply through UAC.
If you are a postgraduate student and want to change to a course that is not an allowable course transfer, you will need to make a new application through Find a course.
If you want to change to the new curriculum version of your current course, you can only do so if you can complete the course without extending your stay in Australia. The University is unable to authorise an extension of your current electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE). When we assess your application, we will determine if the new course will extend your stay. If it does, we will contact you with advice to withdraw your application and continue your studies in your current course.
If you’re currently enrolled in a three-year course and want to change to a combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies, we will issue a new electronic Confirmation of Enrolment with your change of course and course duration. It will also result in a change to your student visa and you will be responsible for any associated costs.
Applications are open from September and close 31 January.
Applications for the following courses close on 31 December:
Applications are open from early May and close 30 June.
Log in to Sydney Student and go to ‘My studies’, ’Course details’ then ‘Internal course application’.
Here you will select the new course name and indicate whether you would like to apply for credit.
Once you have submitted your application we will email you with instructions on how to apply for credit.
Make sure you're aware of any course-specific admission requirements that you need to complete as part of your internal transfer application, such as a commitment statement, Personal Qualities Assessment (PQA) or interview. Additional requirements can be found in Find a course.
The way we assess your application depends on the study you have undertaken so far.
If you have completed less than 48 credit points of tertiary study, we will use the qualification you used to gain entry to your current course, usually your ATAR or equivalent.
When you have completed 48 credit points or more, if your performance is better than your results used to gain entry, we will use this to assess your application instead.
If you entered your undergraduate degree under one of our admission pathways, any benefit you gained in addition to your ATAR does not carry across to your new application.
In most cases, we will need to wait for your current semester results to be released before making you a new offer. For Semester 1, offers are usually made after semester results are released in early December up to the closing date. For Semester 2 entry, offers will be made in early July. For both semesters, if your new course has a guaranteed ATAR and you achieve this, you may receive an offer earlier.
If you have applied for credit, you will need to wait until we've assessed your credit application before you receive an offer for your new course.
If successful, the duration of your new course may be shortened, depending on the amount of transferable credit you are granted from your previous studies.
If you decide to take up your new offer you will need to wait until you've received your results for the current semester and then discontinue from your current course. Only when you've received your results and discontinued from your current course can you then enrol in your new course.