UCAT ANZ

The University Clinical Aptitude Test is used in the selection process by the UCAT ANZ Consortium of universities in Australia and New Zealand

UCAT ANZ Universities

The details below will be confirmed by January 2022.

The UCAT ANZ is a compulsory entry requirement for our Australia and New Zealand Consortium universities.  You are required to sit the UCAT ANZ 2022 test (between 1 July and 12 August 2022) if you are intending to apply for entry in 2023 to a relevant course or programme listed below.

UCAT ANZ results cannot be carried over from one year to the next. For example, results from UCAT ANZ 2022 can only be used to apply for courses commencing in 2023.

Some pathways to medicine/dentistry/clinical sciences will not require the UCAT ANZ. For some applicants a different test may be required. You should always check the entry requirements for each course or programme using the websites of the universities to which you intend to apply before booking a test. 

There are no general exemptions from the test. 

 AUSTRALIA

 University

 Course or Programme

 The University of Adelaide

 Medicine
 Dental Surgery
 Oral Health

 Central Queensland University

 Medical Science (Regional Medical Pathway provisional entry to UQ)

 Charles Sturt University

 Dental Science
 Medicine (Joint Program in Medicine)

 Curtin University

 Medicine

 Flinders University

 Clinical Sciences / Medicine

 Griffith University

 Dental Health Science

 Monash University

 Medicine 

 The University of Newcastle / University of New England

 Joint Medical Program 

 The University of New South Wales

 Medicine  

 The University of Queensland

 Medicine (provisional entry pathway)
 Dental Science

 University of Tasmania 

 Medicine 

 The University of Western Australia 

 Medicine (Direct Pathway)
 Dental Medicine (Direct Pathway)

 Western Sydney University

 Medicine (Joint Program in Medicine)

 NEW ZEALAND

                                                             

 The University of Auckland

 Medicine

 University of Otago

 Medicine
 Dentistry