Your journey begins now.
On this page you will be able to browse UniSC's study options, view program entry requirements, learn about credit transfer options, and apply via the International Application Portal.
Browse study options
If you want to study at UniSC for only one or two semesters, you can find out more about our options below:
An Honours degree offers you the opportunity to continue your undergraduate degree studies at a higher level and specialise in your area of interest. Completing an Honours degree is also a pathway to further research-based postgraduate studies.
Find out more via the Honours applications page.
If you are interested in Master by Research or Doctor of Philosophy programs, you can find further information on the Information for Higher Degree by Research applicants page.
To enter a UniSC program as an international student, there are entry requirements that you must:
- be an international student
be at least 18 years old when the program commences
meet the program admissions requirements
- postgraduate and Higher Degree by Research admissions requirements - Check the entry requirements on the relevant program page
meet the English language requirements
- familiarise yourself with the student rules and information
As part of your application, you will need to provide supporting documentation, (e.g. evidence of any previous studies or qualifications).
Check eligibility for credit
UniSC offers credit for some or all of your home country qualifications or prior learning. This means that international students can, under specified conditions, gain credit for previous study and qualifications towards a UniSC qualification.
For more detailed information, visit the Credit transfer page.
Find a UniSC agent
Many international students prefer to use an education agent to assist them with the application process to UniSC. You can find a complete list of UniSC agents on the UniSC agent page.
UniSC can only accept applications from registered UniSC agents. Applicants from certain regions must apply via a UniSC agent.