Entry requirements

Australia

Entry requirements summary

English and Academic entry requirements

Learn about the required level of English and academic grades you need to achieve to be accepted onto one of our pathway programs.

English language entry requirements

Course Extended (60 wks) Standard (40 wks) Intensive (30 wks)
IELTS (Academic) 5.0 (No band less than 5.0) 5.5 (No band less than 5.0) 5.5 (No band less than 5.5)
TOEFL PB 500 (TWE 4) 513 (TWE 4) 550 (TWE 4)
TOEFL iBT 45 (writing no less than 21) 59 (writing no less than 21) 68 (writing no less than 22)
PTE 42 (writing no less than 42) 46 (writing no less than 42) 54 (writing no less than 46)
CAE 154 162 162
TELP 5 (no score less than 5) 5.5 (no score less than 5) 5.5 (no score less than 5.5)

Academic entry requirements

Course Extended Standard Intensive
Australia Year 11 (60% in relevant subjects) Year 11 (70% in relevant subjects) Year 11 (75% in relevant subjects)
Bangladesh HSC HSC - 60% average HSC
China Senior Year 2 or Senior Year 3 - 60% or above in 4 relevant subjects Senior Year 2 or Senior Year 3 - 70% or above in 4 relevant subjects Senior Year 2 or Senior Year 3 - 80% or above in 4 relevant subjects
Hong Kong Form 5 with satisfactory results in 4 academic subjects Form 5 with satisfactory results in 4 academic subjects Form 5 with satisfactory results in 4 academic subjects
India HSC/Standard 11 - 60% HSC/Standard 11 - 70% HSC/Standard 11 - 80%
Indonesia SMU 2 - GPA 6.5 in 4 academic subjects SMU 2 - GPA 7.0 - 7.5 in 4 academic subjects SMU 2 - GPA 8.0 - 8.5 in 4 academic subjects
Iran Year 11 with 14 / 20 in academic subjects Year 11 with 16 / 20 in academic subjects Year 11 with 18 / 20 in academic subjects
Japan Kotogakko / Upper Secondary School Certificate Year 2 - Grade 3-4 in academic subjects Kotogakko / Upper Secondary School Year 2 - Grade 4-5 in academic subjects Kotogakko / Upper Secondary School Year 2 with superior grades in academic subjects
Korea High School Certificate Year 2 - Rank 4 - 5 High School Certificate Year 2 - Rank 2 - 3 High School Certificate Year 2 - Rank 1
Kuwait Shahadat-al-thanawia-al-a'ama /General Secondary School Certificate with 70% average in academic subjects Shahadat-al-thanawia-al-a'ama /General Secondary School Certificate with 75% average in academic subjects Shahadat-al-thanawia-al-a'ama /General Secondary School Certificate with 90% average in academic subjects
Macau Form 5 / Senior Middle 2 60% - 65% in academic subjects Form 5 / Senior Middle 2 65% - 75% in academic subjects Form 5 / Senior Middle 2 75% - 80% in academic subjects
Malaysia SPM (or forecast) - aggregate of 30 or less across 5 academic subjects SPM (or forecast) - aggregate of 20 or less across 5 academic subjects SPM (or forecast) - aggregate of 15 or less across 5 academic subjects
New Zealand Completion of 30 credits at NCEA level 2 with no fewer than 8 credits in each of 3 subjects (including Maths) Completion of 40 credits at NCEA Level 2 with no fewer than 12 credits in each of 3 subjects (including Maths) Completion of 48 credits at NCEA Level 2 with no fewer than 12 credits in each of 3 subjects (including Maths)
Pakistan Intermediate / Higher Secondary School certificate - average of 50% (Second Division) in academic subjects Intermediate / Higher Secondary School certificate - average of 55% (Second Division) in academic subjects Intermediate / Higher Secondary School certificate - average of 60% (Second Division) in academic subjects
Russia Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat) - minimum of a grade 2 in 3 subjects and a grade of 3 in 2 subjects Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat) - minimum a grade 3 in 5 subjects
Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat) - minimum of a grade 3 in 3 subjects and a minimum of grade 4 in 2 subjects
Saudi Arabia Tawjihiyah / General Secondary Education Certificate with 70% average in academic subjects Tawjihiyah / General Secondary Education Certificate with 75% average in academic subjects Tawjihiyah / General Secondary Education Certificate with 90% average in academic subjects
Singapore Singapore O Levels (or forecast) - aggregate of 30 or less across 5 academic subjects Singapore O Levels (or forecast) - aggregate of 20 or less across 5 academic subjects Singapore O Levels (or forecast) - aggregate of 15 or less across 5 academic subjects
Sri Lanka  Sri Lankan O levels - C grade in 4 academic subjects Sri Lankan O levels - B grade in 4 academic subjects Sri Lankan O levels - 2 A grades and 2 B grades in 4 academic subjects
Taiwan Senior Year 2 - 60% or above in 4 relevant subjects Senior Year 2 - 70% or above in 4 relevant subjects Senior Year 2 - 80% or above in 4 relevant subjects
Thailand Matayom 5 GPA 2.2 in academic subjects Matayom 5 GPA 2.5 in academic subjects Matayom 5 GPA 3.0 in academic subjects
Turkey Devlet Lise Diplomasi / State High School Diploma results 2 or above in academic subjects
Devlet Lise Diplomasi / State High School Diploma - minimum of Grade 2 in 3 subjects and Grade 3 in 2 subjects Devlet Lise Diplomasi / State High School Diploma - minimum of Grade 3 in 3 subjects and Grade 4 in 2 subjects
Vietnam Year 11 - GPA of 7.0 Year 11 - GPA of 7.5 Year 11 - GPA of 8.0
Other countries Get in touch for more information.

We may issue a conditional letter of offer based up on first semester, forecast, mock or preliminary results. Taylors College attempts to ensure the information is correct at the time of printing.

Academic assessment

Taylors College courses have one over-riding Admissions Policy – we will only accept your application if your results indicate that you are able to pass the program.

As a guide, applicants for the Intensive program must have achieved superior grades in English and relevant academic subjects. Students applying for the Standard program must have achieved at least average grades in English and relevant subjects. The Extended program is designed for students who do not qualify for the Standard program, or who want to develop a more solid foundation in key subjects such as Mathematics or the Sciences. Forecast results are accepted where appropriate.

#Available to International Students only

Entry to UWAFP is for international students only. International students who are granted Australian permanent residency after accepting a place in the course may complete the their Foundation Program, but cannot be guaranteed entry to the University of Western Australia (UWA) under the conditions set down for international students.

English language entry requirements

Qualification Level
IELTS Academic IELTS 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)
TOEFL PB TOEFL PB 550 (TWE 4)
TOEFL IBT 68 (writing no less than 22)
PTE Academic 54 (writing no less than 46)
CAE 169

Academic entry requirements

Country Academic level
Australia Year 12 - ATAR 70 plus WACE Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics
China Senior Middle 3 - 80%
Hong Kong  HKDSE Level 3 in 3 relevant academic subjects
India HSC/Standard 12 - with 55% average
Indonesia SMU 3 GPA 7.5 in 4 academic subjects
Korea High School Certificate Year 3 - rank of 3
Macau Senior Middle 3 - 80%
Malaysia STPM or A Levels with 2 passes (min 1 C and 1 D) OR UEC/Senior 3 with an aggregate of less than 25 points across 6 subjects including English
Nepal HSC/Standard 12 - with 55% average
Singapore A level – 5 points or Polytechnic Diploma Program - GPA 1.7
Sri Lanka Sri Lankan A Levels - 2 passes at C grade
Thailand Matayom 6 - GPA 2.5
United Arab Emirates Tawajiyah Grade 12 - 85% average
United Kingdom A level - 5 points
Vietnam Year 12 - GPA 7.5

This information is intended as a guide only and is subject to change without notice. Visit studyat.uwa.edu.au for the most current information.

Undergraduate course

Core units* Recommended units**
Bachelor of Arts
Minimum UWAFP average: 62%, English C
Anthropology and Sociology
Broadening unit
None
Archaeology
Broadening unit  None
Asian Studies
Broadening unit None
Chinese
Broadening unit  None 
Classics and Ancient History
Broadening unit  None
Communication and Media Studies
Broadening unit None
English and Cultural Studies
Broadening unit None 
French Studies
Broadening unit None 
German Studies
Broadening unit  None 
History
Broadening unit  None 
History of Art
Broadening unit  None 
Human Geography and Planning
Broadening unit  None 
Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage
Broadening unit  None 
Indonesian 
Broadening unit 
None 
Italian Studies Broadening unit None 
Japanese
Broadening unit None 
Law and Society
Broadening unit None 
Linguistics Broadening unit  None 
Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Broadening unit None 
Music - Music Studies #
Broadening unit  None 
Music - Specialist Music Studies #
Broadening unit None 
Philosophy
Broadening unit None 
Political Science and International Relations
Broadening unit None 
Psychology - Social and Applied Psychology
Broadening unit None 
Work and Employment Relations
Broadening unit None 

* Prerequisites must be satisfied by achieving a scaled score of 50% or higher, no more than five years before entry.

** Recommended subjects provide valuable background for courses but do not affect selection.

*** All students must complete a unit of study (one of the 16 or 15) that is not in the main area of study (a Broadening Unit).

# Music prerequisites: AMEB grade 7 (performance) and grade 5 (theory) or their equivalent from the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music. Applicants must also satisfy the requirement of an audition, in person.

Undergraduate course
Core units*
Recommended units**
Bachelor of Commerce Minimum UWAFP average: 62%, English C
Accounting
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit Accounting, Economics and Marketing 
Business Law
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Accounting, Economics and Marketing 
Economics (single or double major)
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit 
Accounting, Economics and Marketing
Finance
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Accounting, Economics and Marketing 
Human Resource Management
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Accounting, Economics and Marketing 
Management
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Accounting, Economics and Marketing 
Marketing
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Accounting, Economics and Marketing 
Bachelor of Design
Minimum UWAFP average: 62%, English C
Architecture
Broadening Unit
None
Integrated Design
Broadening Unit
None
Landscape Architecture
Broadening Unit
None
Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) ^
Minimum UWAFP average: 83%, English C
Any of the majors listed above may be studied within the BPhil (Hons)
Any prerequisites required for the intended major
 

Undergraduate course
Core units
Additional core units
Recommended units
Bachelor of Science
Minimum UWAFP average: 62%, English C
Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit
None
Biology
Agricultural Science
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  None 
Anatomy and Human Biology
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  None 
Applied Computing
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  None 
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology *** #
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  All Chemistry Units
Biomedical Science *** #
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None All Chemistry Units 
Botany
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography
Chemistry
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit
Calculus, Applied Mathematics and all Chemistry Units
All Physics Units
Computer Science
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  None
Conservation Biology
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None  Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 
Engineering Science +
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Choose Calculus and at least two options from: Applied Mathematics, all Chemistry Units and/or all Physics Units
Units from: Chemistry and Physics
Environmental Science
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 
Exercise and Health
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Genetics *** #
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
All Chemistry Units 
Geography
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 
Geology
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 
Marine Science
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 
Mathematics and Statistics
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Microbiology and Immunology *** #
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
All Chemistry Units 
Natural Resource Management
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 
Neuroscience
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Chemistry and Physics 
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine *** #
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
All Chemistry Units 
Pharmacology *** #
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
All Chemistry Units 
Physics
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  Calculus, Applied Mathematics and all Physics Units
None
Physiology
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
All Chemistry Units 
Population Health
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Psychology - Neuropsychology and Cognitive Science
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Quantitative Methods
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Science Communication
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Sport Science
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
None
Zoology
3 Mathematics Units and Broadening Unit  None
Units from: Biology, Chemistry and Geography 

* Prerequisites must be satisfied by achieving a scaled score of 50% or higher, no more than five years before entry.

** Recommended subjects provide valuable background for courses but do not affect selection.

*** Students must complete three Biology Units should they wish to enter the July intake of the relevant program at UWA.

# Students must complete three Chemistry units should they wish to enter the July intake of the relevant program at UWA.

+ Students not taking all recommended units may be limited to a single major in their bachelor degree course.

^ Entry to the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) is subject to a separate competitive entry process. The minimum UWAFP score for entry to the BPhil (Hons) is 83%. February commencements only. Students must also complete an ISAT.

Did you know...?

UWA offers professional pathways in architecture, dentistry, engineering, landscape architecture, law and medicine.

If you meet the academic performance requirements, you can gain assured entry to a professional postgraduate degree.

Some assured professional pathways have a limited number of places.

Most students still progress to their chosen professional postgraduate degree by competing for a place during their undergraduate studies.