Some people are eligible to apply direct to USC. This depends on your personal circumstances and the type of study you want to undertake.
Current or former USC students
In most cases, you are eligible to apply direct to USC via the ApplyUSC portal if you are a current TPP student, or have completed undergraduate studies in the past two years. Previously excluded students or current students wanting to study concurrently would also apply through the ApplyUSC portal.
This includes if you are:
For more information, visit Applying for a degree from TPP.
This includes students who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate certificate or diploma.
If you are not planning to complete your current program and instead want to change programs, visit Applying for a program change.
Please note that concurrent study is not permitted with the following programs:
- Pathway Diplomas - Diploma in Business Innovation, Diploma in Creative Industries, Diploma in Science & Technology and Diploma in Social & Human Services
- Undergraduate Certificates
- Between the Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Science and the Bachelor of Biomedical Science
- Bachelor of Medical Science
- Bachelor of Midwifery
- Between the Bachelor of Music and the Bachelor of Creative Industries
- Bachelor of Nursing Science
- Bachelor of Nursing Science (Graduate Entry)
- Bachelor of Paramedicine
- End-on Honours degrees
- Higher Degrees by Research *
- Postgraduate degrees *
* please contact Admissions for further information on concurrent study
Applications for former USC excluded students apply online through the ApplyUSC portal.
Applications for most postgraduate programs are online through the ApplyUSC portal.
Some postgraduate programs require additional application forms. For more information, visit Postgraduate applications.
Applications for the Master of Teaching
Exception: If you have had an enrolment at USC in the past two years and wish to apply for the Master of Teaching, apply direct to USC.
For more information visit Postgraduate applications.