The admissions criteria have been grouped to assist prospective students to easily find the information most relevant to their circumstances.
Selection is competitive. To be eligible for admission to a UniSA coursework degree, you must meet both UniSA’s minimum entry requirements and any degree specific prerequisites where specified. This may include auditions, education statements or police checks for some of our degrees.
If you are an international applicant you must also meet the English language proficiency requirements.
Recent secondary education – year 12
For those whose highest level of study in the last two years is year 12.
Recent secondary education – year 12 criteria
Higher education study
For those who have completed a higher education course since finishing secondary education.
Higher education study criteria
Vocational Education and Training (VET)
For those whose highest level of study since year 12 is a Vocational Education and Training (VET) course.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) criteria
Work and life experience
For those with no higher education study and completed secondary education more than two years ago.
Work and life experience criteria
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
UniSA offers dedicated services to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples transition to university, such as special entry, pre-selection and uni preparation assistance. You’ll get one-on-one support right throughout your studies through Wirringka Student Services. You can learn more about getting into university here.