The faculty offers a range of admission options for undergraduate students. While
entry to programmes is often competitive and restricted, the faculty's admission
policy seeks to ensure equal opportunity for prospective students who meet appropriate
levels of achievement for its programmes.
There are a number of routes by which students can qualify for
admission to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.
More detailed information on entry requirements can be found within each course
Frequently asked questions
Applicants considering enrolment in the undergraduate programmes should firstly
refer to the relevant programme sections for information and answers to
frequently asked questions. Applicants who cannot find answers to their questions
may contact the call centre on 0800 61 62 63 or email the faculty at email@example.com.
All short-listed applicants for the degrees of
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor
of Pharmacy and the Certificate in Health Sciences will be invited to the
faculty for selection interviews during December and January. The first round of interviews
will be held in early December. Nursing applicants who apply through alternative
admissions will also be invited for selection interviews. For
information about relevant dates see the
key dates section.
All interviews are held in Auckland, and applicants should ensure that they are
available to attend if invited. Applicants not able to attend their interview on
the relevant date will not be considered further.
late applications for medicine and pharmacy will not be accepted
(all admission categories)
while late applications may be accepted for nursing, health sciences and biomedical
science, priority may be given to applications received on or before the closing