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Cross-institutional study

To be considered for admission to a course, you need to meet any prerequisites.

Check the course page for specific prerequisites. Prerequisites ensure that you have an appropriate level of subject area knowledge when you start the course.

Depending on how advanced the course is, the prerequisites may be high school subjects or university-level study. Some courses have no prerequisites.

If you don't meet the prerequisites, we may consider previous or alternative study you have completed. This is assessed on a case-by-case basis by the relevant school or faculty.

Some courses also have recommended prerequisite study. This study isn't compulsory, but it may help you to understand the course material.