Postgraduate entry requirements for students from Australasia.
For entry to a Postgraduate Taught programme, the minimum requirement is a Bachelor’s degree (minimum 3 years) from a recognised university in Australia. For those degrees graded on a High Distinction/Distinction/ Credit/Pass scale, a Distinction average or higher is required. For those degrees graded on a numeric scale, a GPA of 6.0 on a 7 point scale is required.
For students with a Bachelors (Honours) degree, we require a Second Class Upper Division A/H2A.
For entry to a Postgraduate Research programme, the minimum requirement is Bachelor’s (Honours) degree from a recognised university in Australia with a Second Class Upper Division A/H2A.
For entry to some PhD/Doctoral programmes, a Masters degree will also be required – please see the degree finder for more information.
You should have a minimum of a 2:1 Honours degree in a related subject area or a master degree from a recognised university in New Zealand.
Graduate entry to Medicine (MBChB)
Applicants with an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline will be considered for the 6 year programme. Please contact the Medicine admissions office for further information.
There are well defined routes for graduates of UK Medical degree to registration in New Zealand. Refer to the British Medical Association website for full information:
Further guidance on academic entry requirements
You can also obtain further guidance on admissions requirements from staff in the College Admissions Offices.
English Language requirements
If your first language is not English, you will also have to meet English Language requirements to apply. These requirements are listed by programme.
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