If you completed your secondary education studies in another country, check to see if it's on our list of recognised secondary education qualifications.
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If your secondary school qualification is not listed in the table below, you may still be eligible for admission if you have undertaken tertiary studies or foundation studies.
To be eligible for admission into an undergraduate degree on the basis of higher education studies in a bachelor's degree, you need to have completed at least one year of full-time study (or the part-time equivalent) at a bachelor's degree level or higher. For example, you will be assessed based on your studies in an Australian bachelor's degree or overseas equivalent at a recognised institution.
If you have not completed a full year, you will be assessed on your secondary education results.
The success of your application will be determined by the best result in a bachelor's degree or secondary edcuation qualification, regardless of the order in which you completed them. This means that if your ATAR or other secondary education result is higher than your bachelor's degree result, your application will be considered on the ATAR or secondary education result only.
If you're applying for a course with additional selection criteria, such as an interview, audition or portfolio, these factors will also be taken into account.
We also recognise some diplomas and advanced diplomas. These need to be accredited under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or be an overseas equivalent assessed to be at the same level.
Polytechnic diplomas from Singapore
If you have undertaken a Polytechnic diploma in Singapore, the University offers admission and credit for eligible students into many undergraduate degrees. For more information, refer to our 2019 Admission and Credit Guide (PDF 68KB).
If you're applying for a course with additional admission criteria, such as an interview, audition or portfolio, these factors will also be taken into account.
If you don't meet the academic entry requirements for your preferred course, you may be able to gain admission through a preparation program.
More than 80 percent of students who complete the USFP are accepted into one of our undergraduate courses. We accept Australian and New Zealand university foundations programs and some overseas programs.
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