Supporting Documents

Some courses require you to provide documentary evidence to support your application for admission. These requirements vary from course to course. Where required, you will be asked to provide copies of certificates and transcripts or other relevant documentation, such as employers' letters, in order to establish your eligibility. The course information will outline specific requirements.

Forms for specific courses

Undergraduate
Diploma in Music Skills

Applicants to the Diploma in Music Skills must audition for entry into the course. You will be prompted to fill out an audition form when you apply online.

Applications to commence this course in Trimester 2 & Trimester 3 2017 are now open.

Trimester 2: Applications close 12 noon, Thursday 15th June 2017.

Trimester 3: Applications close Thursday 5th October 2017.


Bachelor of Music

Applicants to the Bachelor of Music must audition for entry into the course. You will be prompted to fill out an audition form when you apply online.

Applications to commence this course in Trimester 2 & Trimester 3, 2017 are now open.

Trimester 2: Applications close 12 noon, Thursday 15th June 2017.

Trimester 3: Applications close Thursday 5th October 2017.


Bachelor of Education (Secondary Music)

Applicants to the Bachelor of Education (Secondary Music) must audition for entry into the course. You will be prompted to fill out an audition form when you apply online.

Applications to commence this course in Trimester 2 2017 are now open.

Trimester 2: Applications close 12 noon, Thursday 15th June 2017.


Bachelor of Nursing (under the alternate entry criterion)

If applying to the Bachelor of Nursing under the alternate entry criterion, you will be requested to complete an interview form when you apply online.

Please note that the closing date for direct application is Friday, 10 February 2017. Students must attend the mandatory nursing orientation on Thursday, 16 February 2017.

Professional Accounting Courses

Students who wish to apply for admission into the to the Professional Accounting Courses:

— should apply directly to IPA Program or contact the UNE Business School for further information about applying.

Bachelors Honours Admission

All applicants must provide a thesis proposal form as part of the online admissions application process, EXCEPT for Psychology (Hons) applicants within the following degrees:

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science

If applying for Honours in Psychology in Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science, please see further information about Psychology Fourth Year.


Bachelor of Arts (Hons) School of Humanities

Applicants for the Bachelor of Arts with Honours in the School of Humanities must complete additional information from within the online admission application pages.


Bachelor of Medical Science (Hons)

Applicants for the Bachelor of Medical Science (Hons) must complete additional information from within the online admission application pages.

Postgraduate Research

All enquiries and applications for admission for Higher Degree Research are made direct to UNE Research Services.

Advanced Standing, Cross-Institutional Study, Scholarships

Advanced standing

If you are applying for credit or advance standing for any studies you've completed elsewhere, please go the 'How to Apply' section in the information about Advanced Standing.


Cross-institutional study

You can study a unit offered at UNE to count towards your degree at another university using Cross Institutional Study. Most units offered at UNE are available to eligible students on a Cross-institutional basis.

Units undertaken on a cross-institutional basis must count towards the course you are enrolled in at your home university.

ALL cross-institutional applicants must attach a completed UNE Home Provider Endorsement Form (PDF, 72.74 KB) to their application.

An approval letter for cross-institutional study from your Home University is not sufficient, unless it includes ALL of the required information on the UNE Home Provider Endorsement Form.

If the cross-institutional units have prerequisites, then you must also attach a copy of an official transcript to show that you meet these prerequisites.

Check your units for any prerequisites or restrictions using the course search.

Once you have obtained the required documents to support your application, you may apply using the link below. Please remember to attach the scanned copies of your documents to your application.

Link to further information about 'Permission to Enrol Elsewhere' to how to apply for cross-institutional study.


Scholarships

There are many scholarships available for students commencing study on campus. Most application rounds for scholarships open in July and close at the end of September. Find out how to apply for a scholarship.