International

International applicants

Welcome to the Loughborough University webpages for students from Australia!

Loughborough University welcome students into a broad range of our academic diciplines every year at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

The Loughborough University Study Abroad Programme also means that students from Australia now have the opportunity to study academic modules at Loughborough University, a Top 5 UK University, during their undergraduate studies.

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate

Entry requirements for students from Australia are based on the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). Typically, we would look for a score between 85.00 and 94.00. For students from Queensland, requirements from the Overall Position (OP) would typically be between 8 and 4.

Further to the above, students would normally be required to pass one of the following qualifications:

  •                 ACT Year 12 Certificate
  •                 New South Wales Higher School Certificate (HSC)
  •                 Northern Territory Certificate of Education (NTCE)
  •                 Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE)
  •                 South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)
  •                 Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE)
  •                 Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE)
  •                 Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE)

Where programmes have specific subject requirements, these will be expected to be studied within one of the above qualifications. Grades of ‘B’ (ACT, NTCE, SACE, VCE, WACE), ‘4’ (HSC), ‘CA’ (TCE), ‘HA’ (QCE) or higher will normally be required.

English language studied within one of the above qualifications is normally sufficient to meet the university’s minimum entry requirements. Please see the Approved Qualifications table on the English Language page for further details.

Postgraduate

We welcome applicants who have studied an undergraduate degree at an Australian University. Entry requirements are the same as for UK undergraduates.