University of New South Wales
UNSW has continuous admission. If this university has caught your interest, please contact KILROY's study advisors.
KILROY is UNSW's official representative in the Nordics, the Netherlands and Belgium and we will be able to assist you with any questions you might have. Our study advisors know the answers to (most of) your questions and they will be happy to help you become a student in Sydney.
UNSW has various scholarships for international students that we will be happy to inform you about.
The entry requirements vary depending on the specific degree you want to apply for. UNSW requires an average level of academic performance and they will evaluate your application in relation to your past and current studies, your grades and the courses that you are currently enrolled in.
English requirements vary from country to country and from year to year, so we suggest that you contact us to hear about the current requirements.
UNSW can consider good English grades on your Upper Secondary School diploma/leaving certificate. If the English requirement isn’t waived you will have to take a standardized English language test (IELTS/TOEFL).
Since UNSW has continuous admission, we recommend that you send your application as soon as possible.