Undergraduate Entry Requirements for School Leavers

You're considered a School Leaver if you are under 20 years of age on 28 February in the appropriate university admission year and have not undertaken any tertiary study after completing high school. As the entry requirements can change from year to year, please check the information that applies to the year in which you'll be commencing your university study.

If you're in Year 10, this information will help you choose your senior secondary courses, so that you can meet university entry requirements. Remember to choose courses that will set you up for entry to a wide range of university courses.

Click here for information on university admission for IB (International Baccalaureate) students and here for the background to the Combined Rank Table TISC uses to convert IB results to a notional ATAR.

The information covers standard, direct entry to degree courses. If you do not meet these requirements, there are a range of alternative entry pathways which may help you gain entry to university study.

The information is correct as of the date of issue, is based on information supplied by the participating universities and is subject to change without notice. The universities reserve the right to change, withdraw or amend any course or program that they offer, to impose limitations on enrolment in any unit or course and/or vary arrangements for such course. Enquiries regarding university admission requirements should be directed to the individual university(ies) concerned.