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Domestic Masters degree applicants

1. Find your program

Visit our Postgraduate programs page to find a program that's right for you.

2. Understand the entry requirements

Before you can apply for a master degree, you need to already hold or be about to complete a bachelor degree. Some programs require you to demonstrate a certain academic average, such as a credit or distinction average.

Make sure you understand the admission requirements for your chosen degree by reading them carefully on Programs and Courses website.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Please note the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has different entry requirements and application procedure. Visit the ANU College of Business and Economics website for more information.

3. English requirements

In addition to meeting the academic entry requirements, all applicants need to meet the minimum English requirement as outlined in the University's English requirements for admission policy.

4. Gather supporting documents

When you apply, you will need to upload clear, colour copies of your academic transcripts, graduation certificates, and proof of English Language proficiency. There is no need to certify your documents, however they must be original copies. ANU independently verifies the authenticity of your qualifications.

It's important to attach any requested supporting documentation, otherwise your application could be delayed.

The University Admissions Centre lists examples of supporting documents you may need to include.

Document checklist

  • Academic transcript
  • Graduation certificates
  • Proof of English proficiency
  • Work experiences (if applicable)

5. Submit your application

You will need to submit your application through the Universities Admissions Center (UAC).

Applications generally take between 4-6 weeks to assess.

You can list up to six preferences on your application, however in some cases you may only receive one offer. This offer will be the highest preference that you list, as long as you're eligible. So when you submit your application, remember to list your programs in the order in which you would like to receive an offer.

6. Receive an offer

All offers made through UAC and are released on a rolling basis. You can access your offers and correspondence by logging into your UAC account.

UAC will send you an email to let you know if you need to check for offers and correspondence. It is important that you provide an email address that you check regularly and you can easily access.

Applications that are made direct to the University are assessed on an ongoing basis and applicants are notified about the outcome as soon as possible. Applications generally take between 4-6 weeks to assess.

Updated:   4 January 2019 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team