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2018 Asia – University of Sydney undergraduate entry guide for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

English - IELTS Academic

International ATAR guide

Malaysian Matriculation
university foundation
USFP GPA/Australian

Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


English -TOEFL IBT

Singapore A Levels
Malaysia-STPM 4
Malaysia-STPM 3

Malaysia - UEC
GCE A Levels
USFP English

IB Diploma
Course Name
Architecture and Interaction Design
B Architecture and
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Environments
B Design Computing 7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Design Computing/B
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Advanced Studies 
B Design in Architecture 7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 90 7.5 C+ 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
B Design in Architecture
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 92 7.7 C+ 350 21 34 17 16 A1 3.40 350 338
(Honours)/ M Architecture
Arts and Social Sciences
B Arts 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Arts/B Advanced Studies  6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Arts/B Advanced Studies
(Dalyell Scholars including 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 98 9.1 C 400 25 40 21 20 A1 3.75 400 363
Languages)‡
B Arts/B Advanced Studies
(International and Global 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 87 7.4 C 330 19 31 15 15 A2 3.10 330 327
Studies) 
B Arts/B Advanced Studies 105
7.5 (7.0) 90 7.5 B- 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
(Media and Communications)  (23/25)
B Arts/B Advanced Studies
(Politics and International 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 90 7.5 C 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
Relations) 
B Arts (Dual Degree, Sciences
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
Po, France)**
B Economics 7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 85 7.3 C+ 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
B Economics/B Advanced
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 85 7.3 C+ 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
Studies 
B Economics (Dual Degree,
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) A+C A+C C+ A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
Sciences Po, France)**
B Visual Arts 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Visual Arts/B Advanced
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
Studies 
Business
B Commerce 7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 95 8.0 C+ 360 23 36 19 19 A1 3.60 360 347
B Commerce/B Advanced
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 95 8.0 C+ 360 23 36 19 19 A1 3.60 360 347
Studies 
B Commerce/B Advanced
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 98 9.1 C+ 400 25 40 21 20 A1 3.75 400 363
Studies (Dalyell Scholars)‡
Education and Social Work
7.5 (8.0- 105 (27-
B Education (Early Childhood) L/S, 7.0- L/S, 25- 77 6.8 B- 290 16 27 9 9 B3 2.40 290 310
R/W) W, 23-R)
7.5 (8.0- 105 (27-
B Education (Health and A+C A+C
L/S, 7.0- L/S, 25- N/A N/A 300 17 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Physical Education)^ (80) (28)
R/W) W, 23-R)
7.5 (8.0- 105 (27-
A+C A+C
B Education (Primary)^ L/S, 7.0- L/S, 25- N/A N/A 320 19 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(85) (31)
R/W) W, 23-R)
B Education (Secondary: 7.5 (8.0- 105 (27-
A+C A+C
Humanities and Social L/S, 7.0- L/S, 25- 6.9 B- 300 17 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
(80) (28)
Sciences)/ B Arts R/W) W, 23-R)
7.5 (8.0- 105 (27-
B Education (Secondary: A+C A+C
L/S, 7.0- L/S, 25- 6.9 B- 300 17 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Mathematics)/ B Science (80) (28)
R/W) W, 23-R)
7.5 (8.0- 105 (27-
B Education (Secondary: A+C A+C
L/S, 7.0- L/S, 25- 6.9 B- 300 17 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Science)/ B Science (80) (28)
R/W) W, 23-R)
B Social Work 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Arts/ B Social Work 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Engineering and IT
B Advanced Computing  6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 90 7.5 C 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
B Advanced Computing/B
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 95 8.0 C+ 360 23 36 19 19 A1 3.60 360 347
Commerce 
B Advanced Computing/B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 90 7.5 C 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
Science 
B Advanced Computing/B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 90 7.5 C 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
Science (Health) 
B Advanced Computing/B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 90 7.5 C 340 20 33 16 16 A1 3.25 340 334
Science (Medical Science) 

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2018 Asia – University of Sydney undergraduate entry guide for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

English - IELTS Academic

International ATAR guide

Malaysian Matriculation
university foundation
USFP GPA/Australian

Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


English -TOEFL IBT

Singapore A Levels
Malaysia-STPM 4
Malaysia-STPM 3

Malaysia - UEC
GCE A Levels
USFP English

IB Diploma
Course Name
B Engineering Honours (Dalyell
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 98 9.1 C 400 25 40 21 20 A1 3.75 400 363
Scholars)‡
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Aeronautical)
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Biomedical)
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Chemical and Biomolecular)
B Engineering Honours (Civil) 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Electrical)
B Engineering Honours (Flexible
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
First Year)
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Mechanical)
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Mechatronic)
B Engineering Honours
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Software)
B Engineering Honours with
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 97 8.9 C 380 25 39 20 20 A1 3.70 380 354
Space Engineering
B Engineering Honours/ B Arts 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
B Engineering Honours/ B
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 95 8.0 C+ 360 23 36 19 19 A1 3.60 360 347
Commerce
B Engineering Honours (Civil)/ B
7.0 (6.0) 96 (17/19) 95 8.0 C+ 360 23 37 19 19 A1 3.60 360 347
Design in Architecture
B Engineering Honours/ B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
Project Management
B Engineering Honours/ B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
Science
B Engineering Honours/ B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
Science (Health)
B Engineering Honours/ B
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
Science (Medical Science)
B Project Management 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Health, Medicine and Dentistry
B Applied Science (Diagnostic
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 92 7.7 C 350 21 34 17 16 A1 3.40 350 338
Radiography)
B Applied Science (Exercise &
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Sport Science)
B Applied Science (Exercise
7.0 (6.5) 96 (20/22) 87 7.4 C+ 330 19 31 15 15 A2 3.10 330 327
Physiology)
B Applied Science (Occupational
7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 92 7.7 C+ 350 21 34 17 16 A1 3.40 350 338
Therapy)
B Applied Science
7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 97 8.9 C+ 380 25 39 20 20 A1 3.70 380 354
(Physiotherapy)
B Applied Science (Speech
7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 92 7.7 C+ 350 21 34 17 16 A1 3.40 350 338
Pathology)
B Arts/ D Medicine* 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) A+C N/A N/A A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Arts/ M Nursing 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Nursing (Advanced Studies) 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Nursing Post Registration
7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
(Singapore)◊
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Oral Health 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) C+
(80) (6.9) (300) (17) (28) (11) (10) (A2) (2.6) (300) (315)
B Pharmacy 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
B Pharmacy and Management 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Science/ D Dental Medicine* 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) N/A N/A N/A
(99.5) (460) (29) (43) (25) (A1) (4.0) (460) (382)
B Science/ D Medicine* 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) A+C N/A N/A A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Science/ M Nursing 7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Science (Health)/M Nursing  7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) 80 6.9 C+ 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315

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2018 Asia – University of Sydney undergraduate entry guide for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

English - IELTS Academic

International ATAR guide

Malaysian Matriculation
university foundation
USFP GPA/Australian

Hong Kong - HKDSE

South Korea - CSAT


English -TOEFL IBT

Singapore A Levels
Malaysia-STPM 4
Malaysia-STPM 3

Malaysia - UEC
GCE A Levels
USFP English

IB Diploma
Course Name
Law
105
B Arts/ B Laws 7.5 (7.0) 95.5 8.5 B- 370 24 37 19 19 A1 3.70 370 349
(23/25)
105
B Commerce/ B Laws 7.5 (7.0) 95.5 8.5 B- 370 24 37 19 19 A1 3.70 370 349
(23/25)
105
B Economics/ B Laws 7.5 (7.0) 95.5 8.5 B- 370 24 37 19 19 A1 3.70 370 349
(23/25)
105
B Engineering Honours/ B Laws 7.5 (7.0) 95.5 8.5 B- 370 24 37 19 19 A1 3.70 370 349
(23/25)
105
B Science/ B Laws 7.5 (7.0) 95.5 8.5 B- 370 24 37 19 19 A1 3.70 370 349
(23/25)
Music
B Music 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Music (Composition) 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Music (Music Education)^ 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C N/A N/A A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
B Music (Performance) 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
Diploma of Music 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) A+C A+C C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
Science, Agriculture, Environment and Veterinary Science
B Liberal Arts and Science 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 70 6.2 C 260 15 25 6 5 B3 2.00 260 300
B Psychology 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 93.5 7.8 C 360 22 36 19 18 A1 3.50 360 345
B Science 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Science (Health)  6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Science (Medical Science)  6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
B Science/B Advanced Studies  6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
B Science/B Advanced
Studies(Dalyell Scholars
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 98 9.1 C 400 25 40 21 20 A1 3.75 400 363
including Mathematical
Science)‡
B Science/B Advanced Studies
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 93 7.8 C 350 22 35 18 17 A1 3.50 350 340
(Advanced) 
B Science/B Advanced Studies
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
(Agriculture) 
B Science/B Advanced
Studies (Animal and Veterinary 6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
Bioscience) 
B Science/B Advanced Studies
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
(Food and Agribusiness) 
B Science/B Advanced Studies
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 80 6.9 C 300 17 28 11 10 A2 2.60 300 315
(Health) 
B Science/B Advanced Studies
6.5 (6.0) 85 (17/19) 85 7.3 C 320 19 31 14 13 A2 2.90 320 323
(Medical Science) 
B Science/ M Nutrition &
7.0 (6.5) 96 (20/22) 95 8.0 C+ 360 23 37 19 19 A1 3.60 360 347
Dietetics
B Veterinary Biology/ D A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C A+C
7.0 (7.0) 96 (23/25) C+
Veterinary Medicine (92.0) (7.7) (350) (21) (34) (17) (16) (A1) (3.4) (350) (338)

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Key Explanantion
A combination of ATAR (or equivalent score) plus additional selection criteria (e.g. portfolio, audition, interview).  Check the
A+C details for your specific degree using Find a course.
N/A Not Applicable as an entry score cannot be applied.
The first score is the overall score required, the second score(s) (in brackets) is the minimum score required in each component
English - IELTS L-Listening, R-Reading, S-Speaking, W-Writing. For more information on other tests and meeting English requirements, visit
sydney.edu.au/study/english-reqs
The IBT is the Internet-based TOEFL test. The first score is the overall requirement (total of all components). Students must also
achieve the required minimum in other sections (Unless specified as L-Listening, R-Reading, S-SPeaking, W-Writing, the first
English - IBT number in brackets is the writing section, the second number is for all other sections). For more information on other tests and
meeting English requirements, visit sydney.edu.au/study/english-reqs

* Double degree Medicine and Dentistry: Double degree medicine degrees are expected to have an ATAR of 99.95 (or equivalent scores for other accept-
ed secondary school qualifications) for domestic applicants and a similarly high threshold for international applicants. Check the relevant website for more
information. sydney.edu.au/medicine/ddmp. The double degree Dentistry program is expected to have a minimum ATAR of 99.5 (or equivalent scores for
other accepted secondary school qualifications) for all students. All eligible Dentistry and Medicine double degree applicants are also required to undertake a
double degree Medicine/Dentistry assessment which is comprised of a written assessment and a faculty discussion session. The University will contact eligible
applicants for the assessment. Admission criteria and application processes for these courses are subject to change without notice.

^ Teaching programs: Bachelor of Education (Primary), Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education), and Bachelor of Music (Music Education) Stu-
dents entering these teaching programs need to achieve a minimum of three Band 5s in their NSW HSC, one of which must be English (not English as a Second
Language(ESL)). Similar requirements will be applied to the IB and other Australian Year 12 qualifications. For other secondary qualifications you need to
achieve the minimum scores provided as a guide and get good results in English (not ESL). If you also need to meet English proficiency requirements through a
test such as IELTS, you need to complete those requirements separately.

** Sciences Po and the University of Sydney Dual Degrees: Admission to the Dual Degree program is highly competitive. Acceptance to the program will be
determined by a Sciences Po and University of Sydney Dual Degree Admissions Committee based on evidence of academic achievement and intellectual read-
iness, and on applicants’ own representation of their experience, ideas and aspirations. Applicants need to also meet the minimum admission requirements
for their degree of choice at the University of Sydney, including English language
requirements. The Sciences Po program requires a total of four years of full-time study to be eligible for two separate awards from Sciences Po and the Uni-
versity of Sydney. During years 1-2, students will enrol at Sciences Po, France and pay the applicable fee direct to Sciences Po. During years 3-4, students en-
rol in the applicable Sydney degree (international students enrol in the applicable CRICOS registered Sydney degree), with eligible transfer credits for studies
undertaken at Sciences Po. Students will pay the applicable Sydney fee in years 3-4 to the University of Sydney. For more information on entry requirements,
tuition fees and application processes, visit the relevant course page: sydney.edu.au/courses

‡  Dalyell Scholars courses (by application): Entry to these Dalyell Scholars courses is by application. Several other courses can be studied through the Dalyell
Scholars program by invitation only. For a full list of courses available through the Dalyell Scholars program, visit the website: sydney.edu.au/dalyell-scholars

◊ Bachelor of Nursing Post Registration (Singapore): This course is delivered in Singapore by a third party provider and is not available for full-time study in
Australia on a student visa. For more information, refer to the Singapore Institute of Management website. www.simge.edu.sg

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International students
Explanation of entry scores
India
Refer to the secondary school qualifications listed below to understand the entry
CBSE: All India Senior School Certificate awarded by the Central Board of Secondary
score for your course. The entry requirements published are a guide only and
Education (CBSE). Total of the best four externally examined subjects (where A1=5,
subject to change. Entry requirements vary from year to year and the entry scores
A2=4.5, B1=3.5, B2=3, C1=2, C2=1.5, D1=1, D2=0.5)
listed here will not necessarily result in an offer of a place. For more information,
refer to the University’s ‘Find a Course’ website at sydney.edu.au/courses Indian School Certificate: Indian School Certificate awarded by the Council for Indian
School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). The required score is the average of the best
This is not a comprehensive list of qualifications accepted by the University – for a full four externally examined subjects, including English.
list of recognised secondary qualifications visit sydney.edu.au/ug-int-qualifications Indian HSSC: Average of the best 5 academic subjects in the Higher Secondary School
For more information on undergraduate entry requirements visit: Certificate (HSSC) in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra,
sydney.edu.au/study/ admissions/apply/entry-requirements/undergraduate- Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. The requirement is higher for other states.
academic-requirements.html
Malaysia
STPM: Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) aggregate for a minimum 3 Advanced Level
A+C
subjects based on A=7, A-=6, B+=5, B=4, B-=3, C+=2, C=1. Partial passes and fails are
A combination of ATAR (or equivalent score) plus additional selection criteria (e.g.
not included. Subjects must be taken in the same academic year.
portfolio, audition, interview).  Check the details for your specific degree using Find a
course website sydney.edu.au/courses. Malaysian Matriculation: Matriculation Certificate (Matrikulasi) cumulative GPA as listed
on the transcript and calculated on the basis that A=4.0, A-=3.67, B+=3.33, B=3.0,
IB Diploma
B-=2.67, C+=2.33, C=2.0, C-=1.67, D+=1.33, D=1.0, F=0.
Entry is based on the total score for the completed International Baccalaureate (IB)
Diploma. UEC: Unified Examinations Certificate (UEC) grade average (A1, A2 or B3) based on
the best 5 subjects* (excluding vocational subjects) taking the numerical value of
GCE A Levels - under review, current scores valid for 2018 only the grades, eg. A1=1, A2=2, B3=3, B4=4 etc., where a sum of 5=A1 average, 6-10=A2
General Certificate of Education Advanced Levels (includes UK GCE and Cambridge average, 11-15 = B3 average. *Dentistry and medicine double degrees require 9 X A1
overseas qualifications) subjects
--All students must complete a minimum of three Advanced Level (A Level or A2)
subjects. Norway
--No more than four A Level subjects will be considered for admission. Vitnemal: Grade average in the Norwegian Certificate of Completion of Upper
--Subjects must usually be presented in the same academic year, with at most, one A Secondary School Examinations (Vitnemal fra den Videregaende Skole).
Level or Advanced Subsidiary (AS) subject which may be included from the preceding
Scotland
academic year or at most one A Level subject which may be included from the
Scottish National Courses: The required score is the sum of the best 4 grades at
following academic year.
Higher or Advanced Higher levels as follows:
--Students presenting only three A Level subjects can include one AS subject that has
--National Courses at Higher Level: A=3, B=2, C=1
not been undertaken at A Level.
--National Courses at Advanced Higher level: A=5.5, B=4.5, C=3.5, D=2.5
The aggregate score can be worked out based on A*=140, A=120, B=100, C=80, D=60, For subjects taken at both Higher and Advanced Higher levels, the grade at Higher
E=40, a=60, b=50, c=40, d=30, e=20 (Lower case denotes AS subjects). Level is NOT counted towards the aggregate.
Australia Singapore
Australian Year 12 qualifications - ATAR: Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) Singapore A Levels: GCE Advanced Level examinations conducted in Singapore
is a measure of a student’s overall academic achievement relative to other students --Applicants must present at least three H2 subjects and the aggregate can be raised
undertaking an Australian year 12 qualification. The ATAR for each course changes from to a maximum of 4 H2 subjects or the equivalent by:
year to year and the listed ATARs are only a guide for your intended year of study. 1. Either one content-based subject (at H1, H2 or H3 level) and General Paper (GP) at H1,
USFP /Australian University foundation programs: University of Sydney Foundation 2. Or Knowledge and Inquiry (KI) at H2 level.
program (USFP) score or GPA. This score can serve as a guide to entry for other --H3 subjects are ranked the same as H2 subjects.
foundation programs. However, students should note that, depending on the --Project Work and Mother Tongue are not included.
foundation program, the requirements may vary from course to course. Some --The aggregate is the sum of all H2 subjects taken in the same academic year, with at
foundation programs are expressed as a percentage. In this table an 8 is equal to 80%, most, one subject from the preceding or following academic year.
9.5 is 95% and so on. Separate English requirements will also apply. --If more than three H2 subjects are taken, the best combination will be used.
The aggregate is calculated for H2 subjects based on A=120, B=100, C=80, D=60,
Canada
E=40, with half the value for H1 subjects (eg. A=60, B=50 and so on).
Ontario OSSD: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) average of 6 University/
College preparation courses, including English. South Korea (Republic of Korea)
British Columbia: Certificate of Graduation (2004 graduation program) grade average South Korea CSAT: Korea Republic College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT from 2005
from English 12 and three other Ministry-developed grade 12 courses based on A=7, onwards) overall standard score calculated from results in ‘Korean Language’,
B=6, C+=5, C=4.5, P=4, F=1.5. Also applies to Adult Secondary School graduation ‘Mathematics’ and ‘Foreign Language (English)’ only.
diplomas, comparable qualifications in the Yukon territory and the Diplome de fin
Sri Lanka
d’etudes
Sri Lanka A Levels: GCE Advanced Level examination aggregate of the best 3 Advanced
Quebec: Diploma of Collegial Studies (or comparable qualifications) grade average in Level subjects based on A=5, B=4, C=3, S=1. A fourth subject grade may be added if
any of the following comparable qualifications: three A grades are achieved.
--Completion of at least one year (12 courses) of study at niveau collegial at a college
d’enseignement general et professionel (CEGEP) Sweden
--Diplome d’etudes collegiale d’enseignement general Slutbetyg: Swedish Secondary School Leaving Certificate (from a Gymnasieskolan) -
--Diplome d’etudes collegiale d’enseignement professionel From 2014, the entry requirement is the average of grades based on A=20, B=17.5,
--Certificat d’etudes collegiales C=15, D=12.5, E=10, F=0. Different requirements apply prior to 2014.

France Switzerland
French Baccalaureat: French Baccalaureat score for the following (including French Swiss Maturity Certificate: Federal Maturity Certificate or Federally recognised
territories and departments): Cantonal Maturity Certificate - aggregate is calculated from all 12 subjects and the
--Baccalaureat General matura project. The marking scale is out of a maximum 6 with 4 as the minimum pass.
--Baccalaureat de l’Enseignement du Second Degre Maturity Certificates from the French, German and Italian-speaking regions are also
--Diplome de Bachelier de l’Enseignment du Second Degre included.
--Option Internationale du Baccalaureat (OIB) - International option of the French
USA (in or outside the US)
Baccalaureat
ACT: American College Test (ACT) composite score. Applicants must also present the
Germany optional essay component of the ACT with a 50% pass mark. Evidence of graduation
Abitur: Average grade or ‘Durchschnittsnote’ required for the following qualifications: from a senior secondary qualification is also required. ACT scores required can be
--Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife lower for applicants presenting Advanced Placement tests (APs) with a score of 4 or
--Abiturientenzeugnis better.
--Zeugnis der Reife SAT: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT 1) composite score for tests taken pre-March 2016
--Reifezeugnis and from March 2016. For the new SAT from 2016, applicants must also present the
optional essay with a score of 4 or better for each component. Evidence of graduation
Hong Kong
from a senior secondary qualification is also required. SAT scores required can be lower
HKDSE: Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) aggregate based on the
for applicants presenting Advanced Placement tests (APs) with a score of 4 or better.
best five subjects, including any combination of compulsory and Category A and C
electives, but excluding Category B (Applied Learning) subjects. The aggregate score is
worked out based on 5**, 5*=6, 5=5, 4=4, 3=3, 2=2 and 1=1.
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