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International bachelors degree applicants

Starting a bachelor degree is an exciting moment in your life. This guide will help you find the right degree for you and to submit an application.

1. Find your program

Explore your interest and find the right degree for you among our available undergraduate programs.

At ANU, you can satisfy your intellectual curiosity and tailor your studies to prepare for your dream career. Explore our various study options:

Flexible Double Degree
Flexible Vertical Double Degree
Try our degree builder

2. Understand the entry requirements

Find out the academic entry requirements for your program and international qualifications here.

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 addmission 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.

If you are unsure on how to proceed with your application, you can always seek assisstance from one of our official agent representatives in your country.

Document checklist

  • Academic transcript
  • Graduation certificates
  • Proof of English proficiency

5. Submit your application

Completing Australian Year 12, New Zealand NCEA Level 3, or International Baccalaureate (IB) (UAC)

If you are currently completing an Australian Year 12, a New Zealand NCEA Level 3, or an International Baccalaureate (IB), you need to apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).

UAC allows you to list up to nine preferences, but you can change these preferences after you submit your application. You can even change your preferences after you have received an offer. Your preferences will be assessed in the order you list, so make sure you list your preferences in the order you would most like to study. You can also choose an ANU Flexible Double Degree and make your final decision when you receive an offer.

Please refer to the UAC website for information on application deadlines.

All other international students

If you are transferring from another instituition, you may apply for credit for your previous studies.

6. Receive an offer

Applications direct to ANU

Applications generally take 4-6 weeks to assess.

ANU will contact all successful and unsuccessful applicants by email. When you apply, please ensure you supply an active email address. Check your email regularly so you don't miss any correspondence.

Applications to the University Admissions Centre (UAC)

All offers are made through UAC and are released in rounds. You can access your offers and correspondence by logging into your UAC account.

UAC will also send you an email to remind you to check your offers and correspondence. It is important that you provide an email address that you check regularly and you can easily access.

7. Accept an offer

Due to high demand for our programs, we recommend all applicants to accept as soon as possible so they can start planning your program and get involved in our amazing student community. To accept an offer, please complete our online acceptance form.

Updated:   19 December 2018 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team