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
Pathway to Master of Urban Management and Planning
Western Sydney University Students applying for Master of Urban Management and Planning
If you will be completing your Bachelor of Planning pathway program you may be interested in studying the Master of Urban Management and Planning. Eligible students may be offered entry into the Master of Urban Management and Planning without the need to apply.
Who is eligible to apply?
To be eligible you need to be completing your final 40 credit points or less in 1732 Bachelor of Planning (Pathway to Master of Urban Management and Planning).
If you intend to apply for Credit for Prior Learning (including for Cross-Institutional study) you will need to submit the Credit for Prior Learning application to complete your undergraduate degree and be eligible to graduate.
If you are a current Western Sydney University student enrolled in a program other than 1732 Bachelor of Planning (Pathway to Master of Urban Management and Planning) and studying your final undergraduate subjects, you should apply through the Western portal.
If you are not currently studying at Western Sydney University, you will need to apply through Western portal. All current International students must lodge an application through Western Sydney University International.
How do I apply?
If you are a current student in the Bachelor of planning program and are completing your final 40 credit points or less in your undergraduate degree, you will be invited via email to transition to the Master of Urban Management and Planning directly through Western Sydney University without the need to apply to Western.
What kind of offer will I receive?
Your offer to the Master of Urban Management and Planning will be provisional on you completing your current undergraduate degree and meeting the conditions to be awarded a bachelor degree.
Will I be able to enrol with a provisional offer?
Yes, your provisional offer will allow you to register in the Master of Urban Management and Planning as soon as you receive it, but if you do not satisfy the conditions before the census date of your first term in the Master program, your enrolment will be discontinued.
How do I prove that I have met the condition in the offer?
As your provisional offer requires you to successfully complete your current undergraduate degree you need to submit an online application to graduate via MySR and be assessed as eligible to graduate from your degree. If you are assessed as eligible to graduate, Admissions will update your student record to confirm that you have satisfied your provisional offer and your enrolment in the Master of Urban Management and Planning will continue uninterrupted.
Check the Register to graduate page for information on opening times for applications to graduate in the next graduation round.
If you have not applied to graduate please advise Admissions by emailing email@example.com.
If you intend to apply for Credit for Prior Learning (including for Cross-Institutional study) you should submit a Credit for Prior Learning application to complete you undergraduate degree and be eligible to graduate.
What if my application to graduate is not approved?
If your application to graduate is unsuccessful, your enrolment in the Master of Urban Management and Planning will be discontinued. In this situation, you will be eligible to defer your offer to Master of Urban Management and Planning for up to 12 months depending on when you received your offer, to allow you time to complete your undergraduate degree.