Applying to study at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus is easy.

If you're an international student, all you have to do is follow the steps below.

If you're an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident, or a New Zealand citizen, you can apply through UAC or Western Sydney University's Application Portal.

International application

1. Choose your study program

2. Check you meet, if applicable, the academic, English language and Genuine Temporary Entrant requirements.

3. Prepare supporting documentation (Certified copies of, if applicable, your academic results, English test results, passport identification page, student visa and statement of purpose.)

4. Apply online via the form below or through a representative*

5. Accept your offer (more information about how to accept your offer)

Note: International students are required to apply via an official representative. View list of representatives available near your location.

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Sydney City Campus application form

Applicant Type


If you're an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident, or a New Zealand citizen, you can apply through UAC or Western Sydney University's Application Portal.


Program details








English program

Personal details



Date of birth


Passport details


Home country contact details



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Contact details in Australia

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Qualification 1







Qualification 2




Note: You will be required to provide a transcript of your results.



Note: You will be required to provide full curriculum details of the course for which you are requesting Advanced Standing credit.


English test

e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, Pearson
Note: You will be required to provide a transcript of your results.



Sponsorship


Note: You will be required to provide details of your sponsorship.
Application history



Disability/health condition


Please note: If yes, our Student Counsellor will contact you to discuss your requirements.
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

Note: If no, you will be required to provide proof of an OSHC policy.
OSHC Worldcare policy details


Current OSHC provider details


Employment history

Current visa



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Other information


Agent/counsellor details








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Attachments:
Please attach certified copies of the following documents to ensure quick processing of your application. If you do not upload these documents, you must email them to Sydney City Campus in order for your application to be processed.





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Financial requirements
International students are required to have genuine access to sufficient funds while studying in Australia. Funds should be sufficient to contribute to the cost of travel, tuition, school costs for any dependants and living costs. For more information, please refer to the Living and Studying Costs in Australia table below or visit www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud



TYPE OF FEES FEES ($AUD) DESCRIPTION
Tuition fees p.a. $22,000 - $29,000 Depending on the course you study
OSHC Ð 3 years $2,000 - $7,000 Depending on the number of accompanying dependents
Living costs p.a. $20,290
$7,100
$3,040
Student or Guardian
Spouse
Child
Travel costs $1,000
$1,500
$2,000
$2,500
$3,000
If applying in Australia
If applying in Australia (returning to Africa)
If applying outside Australia
If applying from East or Southern Africa
If applying from West Africa
School cost per year for each child ( 5-17 yrs) $8,000  

Source: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud/More/Student-Visa-Living-Costs-and-Evidence-of-Funds

Applicant declaration
  • I wish to be considered for entry to the course listed above, and declare that all the information submitted on this application form is correct and complete.
  • I authorise the University to obtain official records from any educational institution previously attended by me.
  • I clearly understand and accept that enrolment in the University will require compliance with the provisions established by the Australian Government for student visa holders, which include the following:
    • Temporary entry to Australia, if granted, will be for study purposes only.
    • To be accepted to study at Western Sydney University, I must have at least the minimum academic and English language requirements for the course.
    • I will be permitted to continue my study in Australia only if I make satisfactory progress in my course.
    • I undertake to inform the University of my Australian Residential Address and telephone number at enrolment and I will advise the University of any changes to these details while enrolled at Western Sydney University.
    • I am required to return home on the completion of my study or at the expiry of my temporary entry permit, and I understand that temporary entry as a student confers no right of permanent residence in Australia at a later date.
  • I accept full responsibility for paying the prescribed tuition fee for which I am liable, and I am aware that failure to pay the charge when it becomes due means that I will not be permitted further temporary stay in Australia to pursue my studies.
  • I understand that the University or the Australian government is not obliged to provide financial assistance.
  • I understand I will be required to pay compulsory school fees for any children accompanying me to Australia who are aged between 6 and 15 years.
  • I will notify the University if there is any change to the information I have provided in this application.
  • I understand that the University reserves the right to vary any decision regarding admission or enrolment made on the basis of incorrect or incomplete information.
  • I authorise the University to assess my eligibility for a university pathway course, if I am assessed as ineligible for admission to any of the courses nominated in this application.
  • I understand that the University is under no obligation to return any documents submitted in hard copy by me and that documents remain the property of the University and may be disposed of.
  • For the purpose of establishing my GS and GTE status, I authorise the University to refer my Application for Admission to an authorised third party for risk assessment.
  • Information is collected on this form and during your enrolment in order to meet our obligations under the ESOS Act and the National Code 2007; to ensure student compliance with the conditions of their visas and their obligations under Australian immigration laws generally. The authority to collect this information is contained in the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000, the Education Services for Overseas Students Regulations 2001 and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007. Information collected about you on this form and during your enrolment can be provided, in certain circumstances, to the Australian Government and designated authorities and, if relevant, the TPS Director. In other instances information collected on this form or during your enrolment can be disclosed without your consent where authorised or required by law. See:
  • FEES For information regarding Fees please refer to our website at www.westernsydney.edu.au/international/home/admissions/course_fees
  • REFUND POLICY For information regarding the Refund Policy please refer to our website at http://policies.uws.edu.au/view.current.php?id=00248
Under 18s

If you are under the age of 18 at the time of submitting this application, you must provide your parent/guardian details and consent to apply





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Agent/Recruiter declaration

As agent/Recruiter assisting this applicant, I declare that:

  • I have assessed the applicant as a Genuine Temporary Entrant and a Genuine Student, confirming that studying the program indicated in their application is their primary purpose for coming to Australia and that they fully understand their obligations as an Australian student visa holder.
  • I believe the applicant is academically qualified for the program they have applied for and has, or will have, the English proficiency level required to commence the program.
  • I have verified to the best of my ability the authenticity of documents supplied with this application.
  • I am satisfied that the applicant has genuine access to the total funds required, while in Australia to cover all travel, overseas student health cover, tuition and living costs for themselves and any accompanying family members.

Privacy statement 

Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus is subject to the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW) and the Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002 (NSW). Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus collects the information on this application form for the primary purpose of meeting its obligations under the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training for Students 2009 (National Code). Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus also collects your personal information and, in some circumstances, information regarding your health, to assist in the assessment of your application and, if you are successful, offering you a course place and recording your acceptance of that offer. The other purposes of collection include corresponding with you, attending to day-to-day administrative matters, informing you about your courses and other aspects of admission or enrolment and complying with legislative reporting requirements.

I authorise Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus to provide my personal information, including my contact details and enrolment details, to third parties in accordance with Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus Privacy Policy. These third parties include:

  • Navitas Limited and its affiliates (to communicate regarding pathways and services offered by Navitas Limited and its related companies),
  • government departments (such as the Department of Education and Training)
  • external organisations (such as other tertiary education institutions) where disclosure is necessary to verify your previous qualifications and other supporting documentation provided with your application,
  • contracted service providers which Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus uses to provide services on its behalf here required by law.

I authorise Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus to provide my personal information, including my contact details and enrolment details, to the Australian GovernmentÕs designated authorities, the Australian Student Tuition Assurance Scheme and the Tuition Protection Service.

I understand that any conditions concerning an offer of admission will be contained in my letter of offer from Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus, which I will be required to read and sign.




Entry requirements

International

Admission to Western Sydney University is competitive and is on the basis of academic merit. All undergraduate and postgraduate degrees have a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 with no band lower than 6.0 (or equivalent).

Students applying for the Postgraduate Qualifying Program who have an IELTS score of 6.0 (with no band lower than 5.5), or equivalent must study 10 weeks of Navitas English (EA3) at an additional cost. Visit Admissions - International for further academic entry requirements.

Domestic

For entry into the undergraduate courses at the Sydney City Campus, you will be considered on the basis of your ATAR or equivalent when applying for entry to most courses.To find the ATAR for your course, use the handy ATAR search tool.

Entry to a postgraduate course at the Sydney City Campus is based on completion of a Bachelor's degree. Additional information on course admission criteria is available in the Western Sydney University Handbook.

Pathway

If you don't meet the requirements for direct entry into Western Sydney University, don't worry! You can still make your university dream a reality. International and domestic students may gain entry to second year of a bachelor degree at the Sydney City Campus on successful completion of a relevant SIBT Diploma. SIBT offers pathway programs and flexible entry options for students. Based in the same building as the Sydney City Campus, it's an easy transition from SIBT to university.

For more information, please visit the SIBT website.