Undergraduate International

As an international student studying at undergraduate level, you are required to meet English language and academic entry requirements. Academic entry requirements are dependent on which country your previous study was completed in. Have a look below to find out what your entry requirements are.

If you do not meet the entry requirements the University has English language and academic pre-degree programmes available that can help you gain direct entry into a university programme. Find out more about our pre-degree programmes.

Where applicants are non-native speakers of English, acceptable evidence of English language competence is required, and other students may be required to provide evidence of English language competence.

Entry requirements are constantly reviewed and the University reserves the right to amend the above guidelines at any time.

Note: some programmes have limited numbers.

Special admission

Students over 20 years of age with successful post-secondary education and/or work experience may be considered for special admission to a Bachelor degree if they do not meet academic requirements. The Faculties or Schools of Studies may place students admitted on the basis of special admission in a restricted programme of studies.