There are many reasons why international students should consider applying to Australia. The country is home to some of the world’s leading universities and colleges which welcome large numbers of international students every year. Australian universities also offer a high level of support to international students, including foundation years and pathways, and help with English language and academic studies.
Applying with Cambridge qualifications
All universities under the Universities Australia umbrella recognise Cambridge qualifications, including those from the Group of Eight coalition of top universities.
Find out more in Destination Australia - our detailed guide to the application process which also features Cambridge student success stories:
Please always check directly with your target institution and/or study destination for up-to-date admissions requirements and policies for local and international students.
The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) is the new admission test used by all the universities in Australia and New Zealand for their medical, dental and clinical science degree programs. This means that medicine and dentistry applicants for the 2020 intake will no longer be required to sit the he Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test (UMAT) but rather the new UCAT. Visit iCanMed website for more information.
The video below provides an insight into why university admissions staff in Australia value Cambridge qualifications and the benefits of our qualifications to students.
Find out which universities and colleges in Australia recognise Cambridge qualifications by searching our recognitions database.