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Overview

A non-degree course allows you to undertake undergraduate level study, for the purpose of continuing professional development or simply for interest. You will not accrue credit points towards a degree award, but you will be issued with a transcript outlining the units of study that you have attended.

Subject areas
Shared pool

Admission, fees and how to apply

Depends on your qualification, citizenship status

My qualification is

The details on this page based on your selections are a guide only, and are subject to change.

English language proficiency

Find out if you need to prove English language proficiency (depends on your country of origin and educational background).

Your fee

How to apply

NOTE: Semester 2 2020 start date for this course: 3 August

Applications are made directly to the University and assessed by the Faculty.

Semester 1 - 31 January of the same year. Semester 2 - 30 June of the same year. We strongly encourage applicants to apply as early as possible, offers are made on a rolling basis and places are limited. Separate Scholarship deadlines apply. Please check the relevant website for details.

Starting date

"Semester 1 (March), Semester 2 (July)"

NOTE: Semester 2, 2020 date changes:

Sem 2 2020 application closing date for direct applicants 27 July

Sem 2, 2020 semester start date 3 August.

Standard closing dates:

Applications are made directly to the University and assessed by the Faculty.

Semester 1 - 31 January of the same year. Semester 2 - 30 June of the same year. We strongly encourage international applicants to apply as early as possible to allow time for visa and travel arrangements. Separate Scholarship deadlines apply. Please check the relevant website for details.

Starting date

"Semester 1 (March), Semester 2 (July)"

Admission requirement

Your admission to a Unit or Units of Study at the University of Sydney is subject to approval, which may include the fulfilment of prerequisites in previous study or your professional experience, and availability.
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