Applying to study
- - Undergraduate
- - Postgraduate
- - Tertiary Education Pathways and Partnerships
- - Non-Award
- - Honours
- - Cross Institutional studies
- - Certifying documents
- - ATSI Alternative Entry Program
- - International Students
- - Scholarships
- - The College
- - Study Abroad
- - Subject Bonus Scheme
- - Regional Bonus Scheme
- - Higher Degree Research
- - Professional accreditation
- - English Language Proficiency
- New to Uni
- Important dates
- Fees and costs
- The Academy
- Services and facilities
- Online systems
- Student Misconduct Rule
- Semi Permanent Unlimited Live
- Western Digital Story Telling Project
Postgraduate admission requirements
Entry to a postgraduate coursework program (opens in a new window) is normally based on completion of a Bachelor's degree or a three year Diploma in an appropriate discipline from a recognised tertiary institution such as TAFE.
You may also need relevant professional work experience and/or membership of a professional organisation. For some programs, entry is available on the basis of relevant professional work experience alone or a combination of study and professional experience. Additional information on program admission criteria is available in the Western Sydney University Handbook (opens in a new window).
You may have to complete a supplementary form or questionnaire, attend a test or interview, or provide specific documentation or a portfolio as part of the application process. The program description on the UAC postgraduate website (opens in a new window) will provide further information on whether additional selection criteria apply.
English Language Requirements
English language proficiency is an admission requirement for all Western Sydney University postgraduate programs. Further information can be found on the English Proficiency page.