College of ArtsCollege of Business and LawCollege of Education, Health and Human DevelopmentCollege of EngineeringCollege of ScienceAcademic Board

Qualification Requirement Limit

Tangata | Arts

 
Bachelor of Communication – Journalism (Second Year of the BC) Special application required by 31 October. Students who hope to enter the Journalism major will be required to submit a formal application and attend an interview at the end of their second semester (Year 1/S2).  25
Bachelor of Fine Arts –  Intermediate The Head of School of Fine Arts must receive application for admission to the Intermediate Year (first year) no later than 15 November. 78
Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours  Special application required. Applications should be received by 1 December. Late applications will be accepted on a case-by-case basis.   
Bachelor of Music – Performance  Special application, including audition, required by 20 September  
Bachelor of Music with Honours – Performance Special application, including audition, required by 20 September.  
Graduate Diploma in Journalism Special application required by 31 October. Late applications will be considered subject to availability of places on the programme. 5
Master of Music – Performance Special application, including audition, required by 15 September.  
Master of Social Work (Applied) Special application required by 30 September for Semester 1 start in the following year; special application required by 31 May for Semester 2 start in the same year. Late applications may be accepted on a case-by-case basis.  

Umanga | Business

 
Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Special application required.   
Master of Business Administration Special application required.   

Ako me te Hauora | Education, Health and Human Development 

 
Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Early Childhood)  Applications required by 1 December (domestic students) or 31 October (international students). Applications involve a selection process including: an interview; literacy and numeracy assessments; referee reports; and police vetting.   
Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Primary) Applications required by 1 December (domestic students) or 31 October (international students). Applications involve a selection process including: an interview; literacy and numeracy assessments; referee reports; and police vetting.   
Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning (Early Childhood) Applications required by 1 December (domestic students) or 31 October (international students). Applications involve a selection process including: an interview; literacy and numeracy assessments; referee reports; and police vetting.   
Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning Applications required by 1 December (domestic students) or 31 October (international students). Entry for the following year may close earlier if available places in the programme are filled. Applications involve a selection process including: an interview; literacy and numeracy assessments; referee reports; and police vetting.   
Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning Applications required by 1 December (domestic students) or 31 October (international students). Entry for the following year may close earlier if available places in the programme are filled. Applications involve a selection process including: an interview; literacy and numeracy assessments; referee reports; and police vetting.  
Master of Teaching and Learning Applications required by 1 December (domestic students) or 31 October (international students). Entry for the following year may close earlier if available places in the programme are filled. Applications involve a selection process including: an interview; literacy and numeracy assessments; referee reports; and police vetting.   
Certificate in Māori Language and Pedagogies: Aumiri Pounamu Application involves a selection process including an interview and te reo Māori language competency assessment.  
Graduate Diploma in Māori Language and Pedagogies: Aumiri Pounamu Application involves a selection process including an interview and te reo Māori language competency assessment.  
Postgraduate Diploma in Child and Family Psychology Special application required by 1 October. 10
Master of Counselling Special application required by 1 October. 15

Pūkaha | Engineering 

 
Bachelor of Engineering with Honours - Second Year (formerly known as the First Professional Year):  
 * Computer Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 30
 * Chemical and Process Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 75
 * Civil Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 190
 * Electrical and Electronic Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 90
 *   Forest Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 20
 * Mechanical Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 120
 *    Mechatronics Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 50
 *  Natural Resources Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 35
 *  Software Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 December. 30
Master of Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 10 January (for S1) or 15 June (for S2).  
Master of Engineering in Fire Engineering Apply to Enrol no later than 1 June (for S1) or 1 December (for S2). 12

Pūtaiao | Science 

 
Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology with Honours - First Professional Year Special application required by 1 October. Late applications will be considered subject to availability of places on the programme. 40
Master of Antarctic Studies Apply to Enrol no later than 9 April.  
Master of Disaster Risk and Resilience Apply to Enrol no later than 12 January.  
Master of Science:  
 *  Applied Psychology (Parts I and II) Special application required by 30 November. Part II limited to those completing second year of professional programme. 15
 *  Medical Physics (Clinical) A student must have secured a registrar position with an Aotearoa New Zealand District Health Board before enrolling.  
Master of Speech and Language Pathology Special application required by 1 October. Late applications will be considered subject to availability of places on the programme. 20
Professional Master of Engineering Geology Students with a B+ grade average and fulfilling all prerequisites for the programme of study will be enrolled first; students with a B- to B grade average and fulfilling all prerequisites will be enrolled in the remaining spaces on a merit basis 3 weeks prior to the programme start date. Applications due no later than 12 January. 30
Postgraduate Certificate in Antarctic Studies Special application required by 9 April. 16
Postgraduate Certificate in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Special application required by 30 November. 24
Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology Special application required by 20 September. 12
Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Special application required by 30 November. 24
Postgraduate Diploma in Geographic Information Science Special application required by 1 February. (Not open to new enrolments) 10

Te Poari Akoranga | Academic Board

 
Certificate in University Preparation Applications to the programme close three weeks prior to the official course start dates. Selection is based on previous academic record (NCEA or equivalent), or an internally administered test.