How to apply
You must meet eligibility and entry requirements for your application to be considered.
Eligibility for degree courses
To be eligible for admission into an undergraduate degree program, you must hold as a minimum, one of the following:
- NSW HSC (Higher School Certificate) or equivalent; OR
- Recognised Tertiary Preparation Certificate; OR
- Certificate IV level or higher vocational qualification; OR
- Completion of at least one year full-time study or equivalent in a degree course at a higher education institution.
If you do not satisfy any of the above four minimum eligibility requirements you may seek entry into a course under special admission provisions including disadvantage or mature age.
You will be required to submit supporting documentation to support your application for special admission.
For post graduate admission requirements, refer to the entry requirements for that program.
Refer to the TAFE NSW Higher Education Student Selection and Admissions policy for full details of course entry and selection requirements.
Each course of study may set its own specific entry requirements in addition to the minimum eligibility requirements. For example, students may need to successfully complete a test and/or interview or submit a portfolio of evidence.
Your application will be assessed against a range of selection criteria relevant to the course or discipline for which you are applying.
Application forms and closing dates
Applications for 2015 open 25 August 2014.
If your application is successful
If your application is successful, the campus will send you an offer letter. To accept the offer of a place, you must complete and return the Acceptance form that is attached to your offer letter by the date specified in the offer letter.
A fee invoice will be issued to you upon receipt of your Acceptance Form.
If you do not accept the offer by the date indicated, your offer will be withdrawn and your place in the course will be offered to another applicant.
Different application processes and forms apply to international students.