Choose from over 100 degrees and the option to study on-campus or online. You can also download our Program Guides.
Applying to UniSQ
Academic entry requirements
- Explore and find the entry requirements for your desired degree.
- For research applicants, please check the following application steps.
- Applications for undergraduate degrees please check your country specific entry requirements.
Please note, some degrees may have additional entry requirements, please refer to each UniSQ degree for more information.
English entry requirements
Applicants need to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements for all Award and Non-Award Programs. Check our English entry requirements.
Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement
All applicants applying to study on-campus on a Student visa must show they are coming to Australia temporarily to gain a quality education. You are required to provide a personal statement in English addressing the GTE requirement as part of your application.
Learn more about tuition fees, study and living costs.
Explore our scholarships offered just for UniSQ's International students. You can find the list of scholarships for International students, eligibility criteria and closings dates by selecting 'International students' from the 'scholarship category' drop box on the scholarships page.
As a new student, you will pay the fees that are indicated in your Letter of Offer. You can make a payment from your home country via a international Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) using Flywire.
There is no application or assessment fee to apply to study with UniSQ.
Deciding to study overseas is a life changing decision and our team of agents are ready to guide you throughout your application to study at UniSQ. If you would like assistance with your study application, or the Australian study visa process, you can find a UniSQ agent in your region.
Please note: for Africa, Middle East and sub-continent countries we only accept applications through UniSQ representatives. For applicants from all other countries, while we still encourage you to apply through one of our UniSQ approved agents, you are welcome to apply directly.
If you are unable to find an agent in your country, you can contact a UniSQ approved agent close to you in your region.
To support your application to study, you will also need to submit certified copies of:
- official photographic identification
- English language proficiency: if you are from a non-English speaking country, we require evidence of your English language proficiency
- senior high school (A levels / Year 12) certificate and academic transcripts
- all post-secondary study certificates and academic transcripts (if any)
- evidence of work experience (if any).
When submitting, clear colour copies of documents are preferred.
If you have studied or worked previously, you may be eligible for credit or recognition of prior learning. You can apply for credit using the online application form.
If you’re applying for credit, you will need to provide further supporting documentation including:
- A copy of an approved course synopsis for the year in which the subject was successfully completed.
- Documents in a language other than English will need to be accompanied by official translations.
It is important to apply early, to make sure you secure a place and to allow time for you to make your necessary study arrangements (e.g. visa application, and organise family and work commitments). Please refer to the key dates for the application closing dates for each semester and further information.
Application datesFor the most up to date information on application dates, please refer to UniSQ's key dates.
Application processing times
Ensure you have supplied certified and complete information at the time of your application. As a guide, typical application processing times are:
- Undergraduate and postgraduate applications: allow 14 days for assessment. Where additional assessment is required for course credits and exemptions, this may take longer.
- Research applications: allow a minimum of 25 working days.