Key dates

Applications for first semester close 12 December of the preceding year.

Applications for second semester close 31 May.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate programs are typically the first degree or program taken at university and include bachelor degrees, diplomas and associate degree programs. School leavers will typically apply for an undergraduate program.

Requirements

You will need to meet the academic requirements of your desired program. You need an equivalent to an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) that meets the requirement for your desired program.

Refer to the latest International undergraduate admissions table (PDF, 139KB) as a guide to the entry scores for international qualifications. Please note, for entry to a combined degree you must meet the higher entry-score requirement of the two degrees.

All applicants must meet English language requirements.

Application procedure

To apply for the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery program please contact the ANU Medical School.

International applicants who are currently completing an Australian Year 12, an International Baccalaureate in Australia or a New Zealand NCEA Level 3 must apply through Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) International. Please refer to UAC for information on application deadlines.

International applicants who are currently completing an International Baccalaureate outside Australia may apply directly to ANU or through Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) International.

International undergraduate applicants (other than those completing qualifications mentioned above or applying for the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery program) should apply direct to the University.

Contacts

If you are applying through UAC please contact UAC if you have questions about the application process.

Please contact Admissions if you are applying to ANU direct, or if you have questions about entry requirements or your qualifications.

 

Updated:  15 October 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Registrar/ Page Contact:  DRSS Communications