Competitive entry requirements for graduates to professional postgraduate degrees

Do graduates have to compete for entry to professional postgraduate degrees?

A professional postgraduate degree is a master's or doctorate level course, taken upon completion of a bachelor degree that, upon successful completion, qualifies the student to enter a profession.

For admission into most professional postgraduate degrees at UWA, meeting the entrance requirements is sufficient for admission. Entrance requirements include, but are not limited to, satisfactory completion of a bachelor’s degree and meeting UWA’s English Language Competence requirements.

Where a degree is subject to a quota, such as the Doctor of Dental Medicine, Doctor of Medicine or Juris Doctor, graduates must compete for admission.

For further information on the entrance requirements for each course, please visit their respective course information pages on the Future Students website.

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