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Admission Ad Eundem Statum

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Admission ad eundem statum means admission ‘at an equivalent level’.

There are three categories of Admission ad eundem statum:

Admission at Entrance level

For students applying on the basis of one of the following:

Fee

A non-refundable administration fee of $93.00 will normally be charged for applications under admission ad eundem statum at Entrance level.

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Admission at Graduate level

For students who have completed a degree or equivalent qualification either

  • overseas, or
  • at a non-university tertiary institution in New Zealand

Fee

A non-refundable administration fee of $93.00 will normally be charged for applications under admission ad eundem statum at Graduate level.

Students seeking Admission at Graduate Level should contact the University Information Centre for information about their eligibility for Preferential Entry for the applicable undergraduate programmes.

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Admission on the basis of tertiary-level passes (previously ‘Admission with Credit’)

For students who have university-level passes from an overseas institution or from a non-university institution in New Zealand.

RPL Credit

In certain cases it is possible for students to have prior non-credentialled learning (i.e. learning which has not been formally recognised with a qualification or other documented record) recognised for the purposes of admission to a course or programme.

Fee

A non-refundable administration fee of $93.00 will normally be charged for applications under admission ad eundem statum on the basis of tertiary-level passes.

Students seeking Admission Ad Eundem Statum on the basis of tertiary-level passes should contact the University Information Centre for information about their eligibility for Preferential Entry for the applicable undergraduate programmes.

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