Study at Western. Go further.
If it’s been a while since you finished either your HSC or IB, you’ll be applying as a Non Current School Leaver (NCSL). Likewise, if you're already studying a degree somewhere else but want to transfer to study at Western, you will need to apply as a Non Current School Leaver. It’s what we used to call a Mature Age student.
Here’s what you need to do.
How to apply
To get into uni as an NCSL, you’ll need at least one of the following:
English proficiency requirements
If you have undertaken your studies in an overseas country or you have not completed 4 years of continuous full-time secondary education in Australia, you may need to provide proof of proficiency in English.
Please refer to the UAC website for detailed information about Western's English language proficiency requirements.
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If you want to study single units at Western Sydney University, without undertaking a full course, then you can apply for admission as a Non-Award student. Non-Award study is perfect if you're looking for professional and personal development.
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