Entry requirements for undergraduate international students

For all intakes up to and including A Trimester 2022, we are accepting predicted and provisional exam results, in some qualifications, for enrolment in undergraduate programmes if your studies have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. You will need to provide final certificates and results by the start of your second trimester of study at the latest. Note that if you can’t provide final certificates at this point, you may need to transfer to a foundation programme or another degree if you have not met our academic entry requirements.

For students applying for the Bachelor of Teaching, you will need to provide your predicted results midway through your first trimester of study and you will still need to provide formal documentation relating to international police clearances before you can commence.

As an international student studying at undergraduate level, you are required to meet English language and academic entry requirements.

Entry requirements

Have a look below to find out what your entry requirements are:

Pre-degree programmes

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.

Note: some programmes have limited numbers.


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