Local applicants are Australian citizens and permanent residents, New Zealand citizens, and holders of a permanent humanitarian visa and can apply online.
LOCAL APPLICATION DEADLINES
Local applications must be submitted by:
- 30 November for Semester One (February) entry
- 31 May for Semester Two (July) entry
However late applications may be considered.
Step 1 - Entry requirements
Check the minimum entry requirements for the course to which you want to apply.
Step 2 - Apply online
To apply online you will need:
- to complete the online application form
- a record of your undergraduate grades and grades for any further study (you may apply if you are awaiting final results as conditional offers can be given)
- a statement of intent
- your GMAT/GRE score if required by the program and you do not qualify for an exemption.
Step 3 - Supply documentation
Supply original or certified copies of all qualifications:
- this must include academic transcripts showing all subjects attempted and proof of completion of the degree.
- if documents are not in English, a certified translation is required.
- you can attach your supporting documents to your online application.
- you will need to have access to scanned copies of your documents to upload them to your application.
- please note that scanned versions of certified documents do not meet our verification requirements, but we can commence assessing your application.
- we require that hard copies of certified documents are mailed to us before an unconditional offer can be made.
You will be notified of the outcome 10 business days after receipt of your application.
What is a Statement of Intent?
Your application must include a statement of intent of no more than 500 words. It should describe your personal motivation to undertake further study, and can include details of your personal circumstances as well as your life and work experiences. It should emphasise any aspect of your personal history that may enhance your application, including extra-curricular activity, community involvement, work experience, relevant personal characteristics and any outstanding achievements.
Do I qualify for a GMAT/GRE exemption?
The GMAT or GRE is not mandatory for applicants who have previously completed an undergraduate degree at an Australian or New Zealand University.
Exemptions from the GMAT/GRE are applicable if you fit into the ‘humanitarian aid case’ category - i.e. you are an applicant who:
- is in receipt of a sponsored scholarship from a humanitarian aid organisation (eg AusAid)
- holds a permanent Humanitarian Visa for Australia
- can demonstrate that humanitarian crisis impacts on your ability to sit the GMAT/GRE (eg, residence in country where there has been a recent critical threat to their health, safety, security or well-being through armed conflict, epidemic, famine, or natural disaster).