Apply for online study

Online Application to UNE

If you are planning to study online with UNE, apply online through an Online Application to UNE.

Your guide to making an Online Application

Step 1: Prepare

The following information will assist your application process:

Find your course

Find the course you want to study in the Course and Unit Catalogue and read the specifics about the course, including the entry requirements for applicants. (Go to Further information > Entry Requirements)

Important dates

Check important dates in relation to enrolment, including application closing dates.

Additional forms and supporting documentation

As part of the application process, some courses may require additional supporting documents, auditions or interviews. Make sure you check the application requirements before applying.

Step 2: Lodge an application direct to UNE

Studying online or by distance with UNE will require you to lodge your online application directly to UNE. There is no application fee.

Please see the link to UNE's Direct Application at the bottom of this webpage.

Step 3: Consider advanced standing and a scholarship

Advanced standing

Have you completed studies elsewhere that may be relevant to the course you're applying for at UNE? If yes, you could be eligible for credit or advance standing.

Scholarships

You may like to consider one of the many scholarships available for students commencing on-campus study. Most application rounds for scholarships open in July and close at the end of September.

Step 4: Receiving and accepting an offer

When your application has been approved, we will send you details on how to accept your offer and how enrol online. Be as quick to accept your offer as there are limited places in some subjects!

Step 5: Enrol

Enrolling with UNE is easy! ­

After accepting your offer, you need to enrol. UNE will send you an information package that guides you through the online enrolment process via our student portal, myUNE.

You can also find answers to questions about the process through AskUNE in the right-hand column.

Step 6: Orientation

Your first week at UNE will begin with the Orientation Program — your guide to getting started at university.  We're sure you'll enjoy it!

The Orientation Program is available for both off-campus and on-campus students.

Do you need to get qualifications for university entry?

If you need to gain qualifications for university entry, our enabling courses could help you reach your goal. Completion of the Pathways Enabling Course provides the basis for admission to most undergraduate courses at UNE.

Find out how to get qualified

International Students — how to apply

International students wishing to apply to UNE for non-award, undergraduate, postgraduate (coursework) and English Language Centre Programs (on campus or by distance education) need to follow UNE's International Office application process.

If English is not your first language, please check UNE's English language requirements before you enrol.

The following information will assist your application process:

Find your course

Find the course you want to study in the Course and Unit Catalogue and read the specifics about the course, including the entry requirements for applicants. (Go to Further information > Entry Requirements)

Important dates

Check important dates in relation to enrolment, including application closing dates.

Additional forms and supporting documentation

As part of the application process, some courses may require additional supporting documents, auditions or interviews. Make sure you check the application requirements before applying.

Indigenous Applicants — information about applying

Indigenous applicants may choose to contact UNE's Oorala Centre for effective support throughout the application process.