Entry requirements vary from program to program. Some programs offer flexible entry pathways, while other programs require a four-year honours degree or more in a specific discipline for admission.
All applicants have to meet the relevant entry requirements for admission to their preferred program. You can view entry requirements by going to the 'Program details' tab on each program page.
Entry requirements for postgraduate programs can include:
- a previous degree or qualification
- a minimum grade point average (GPA)
- English language proficiency requirements
- other program-specific requirements.
Some programs have a quota, with limited places available. As entry for most quota programs is competitive, meeting the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee admission. For non-quota programs, UQ offers places to all applicants who meet the program's minimum entry requirements.
The previous study you need to have completed will depend on the program you want to study.
Most programs at UQ require applicants to have completed an approved degree equivalent to an Australian bachelor's degree. However, some programs offer alternative entry pathways where other relevant experience can be considered. This includes previous work experience.
Some of our programs also have discipline requirements. For these programs, we'll only accept previous study in specific disciplines. We require you to have completed this study, as it provides you with required foundational knowledge to succeed in your program.
We will assess all of your qualifications to determine if you meet the requirements for your preferred program.
At UQ, we use a 7 point grading scale, where a 4 is a pass and 7 is the highest grade. When assessing your qualifications, we will convert the grade you received in your previous studies to our grading scale. This sometimes involves recalculating your GPA.
Different institutions calculate GPAs with different methods. When calculating your GPA, we may exclude certain non-academic subjects and include all failing grades.
Our GPA equivalency guide can be used as a guide to help you find the minimum UQ GPA equivalencies for the country or region where you completed your bachelor's degree.
If your GPA doesn't meet the minimum requirement for the program you're interested in, you may receive an articulation offer, which could allow you to progress to the master's degree when you meet the GPA requirements.
All applicants must demonstrate that they have met our English language proficiency (ELP) requirements. For most UQ programs, you'll need to meet the standard ELP requirements. However, some programs have higher ELP requirements.
The ELP requirements are displayed under the 'Program details' tab on the program page.
There are many ways you can meet ELP requirements, including senior secondary or post-secondary study, English language tests and work experience.
For more information on ELP requirements at UQ, and ways to meet these requirements, see the English language proficiency requirements page.
If you meet the academic entry requirements for many of our programs, but need further English language study to meet the ELP requirements, you can apply for a package offer. Package offers include English language studies at UQ-ICTE and a conditional offer of admission to a UQ program.
Some UQ programs require specific work experience as well as academic qualifications. A small number of others have additional requirements such as an interview, aptitude test, referee reports or professional registration.
Carefully check each program page for specific application requirements. These will be listed under the 'Program details' tab on the program page.
- The Master of Public Health is an interdisciplinary program that teaches courses relevant to public health practice and research. There are several ways of meeting admission requirements — for more information, see the Program Details tab.
- Choose one field of study from six different options. In each field, you'll complete a range of core courses, specialist courses and electives to build and extend your knowledge. For details, see the Fields of study tab.
- Benefit from a program that is evidence-based and comprehensive, and reflects UQ's strong links with organisations such as Australian Aid, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and international ministries of health.
- Undertake a research project that addresses a specific topic or problem relevant to public health. You'll be involved in all aspects of research, from defining a topic and methodology to interpreting results and reporting on your findings.
申请项目:Master of Public Health