If you have:
you may already satisfy the minimum admission requirements. contact Admissions for advice.
Mature-age entry at ANU refers to domestic applicants who are 21 or over and do not have assessable qualifications or whose qualifications do not meet the University’s normal entry requirements. Being 21 or older alone does not provide access to study at ANU.
Entry to ANU for all programs is based on an entrance rank.
Eligible applicants who undertake an approved mature-age entry scheme will be assessed on the results of that scheme alone unless subsequent study is undertaken.
Mature-age applicants must apply through the normal application procedure and identify the scheme they have undertaken on their application.
Mature-age entry schemes administered and accepted by ANU are:
ANU also accepts a limited number of Mature Age entry schemes from other institutions.
Currently accepted schemes are:
Please contact the relevant institution for information on the above schemes.
Choosing an entry scheme
Choose an entry scheme to suit your needs.
Choosing the right program is important to your success. If you have questions about these schemes after reading the linked pages above, please contact Admissions for advice.