Applicants with a completed AQF Level 5 qualification (Diploma) or above may be able to use this for admission to undergraduate programs at UWA.
How it works
To be eligible for UWA’s undergraduate degrees that have an ATAR requirement of 80 or lower, applicants must have completed an AQF Level 5 qualification (Diploma) or above.
Applicants who have completed a Level 5 (Diploma) or a Level 6 AQF qualification (Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree) with a full-time duration of 12 months or more (or equivalent qualification) and have completed this within two years prior to commencement at the University are not required to provide separate evidence of English Language Competency (ELC). All other applicants must provide evidence of satisfying UWA's ELC requirements along with their AQF qualification.
Applicants who have completed vocational education and training studies outside of Australia must have completed the equivalent of an AQF Level 5 qualification; separate evidence of ELC is also required. UWA will determine the equivalence to an Australian Level 5 qualification using the Australian Government’s Department of Education and Training Country Education Profiles.