Tertiary Pathways 2022

Engineering Programme

School subjects required and/or recommended

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BE(Hons))

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score and credits achieved in NCEA external Level 3 Calculus and Physics, or Cambridge International A Level Mathematics and Physics, or IB Higher Level Mathematics and Physics. Cambridge International AS Level Mathematics and Physics, or IB Standard Level Mathematics “Analysis and Approaches”, may be accepted based on level of grade achieved. IB Standard Level Mathematics “Applications and Interpretation” will not be accepted. Any of the following are also recommended: Chemistry, Biology, English-rich subjects (Classics, English, Geography, History, History of Art).

Global Studies Programme

Recommended school subjects

Global Studies

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score and credits achieved in three subjects from the NCEA approved subject list. There are no additional requirements for Cambridge International or IB. Study of a language is strongly encouraged.

Law Programme

Recommended school subjects

Bachelor of Laws (LLB (Part I))

To be accepted into LLB Part I, students must first be accepted into a Law conjoint programme or one other bachelor’s degree programme. Students will be selected into Part II on the basis of their results in Part I. There are no specific subjects required for admission. Any of the following are recommended: Languages, Classical Studies, Economics, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira. A good standard of oral and written English is important.

Medical and Health Sciences Programme School subjects required and/or recommended Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score. For potential applicants to the MBChB, Biology, Chemistry and at least one English-rich subject are strongly recommended. For 2022 entry onwards, specific subjects may be required. Please refer to the University of Auckland website for current requirements. www.auckland.ac.nz/admission Applicants for the MBChB must first complete the required Year 1 courses in the BHSc or the BSc (in Biomedical Science). Biology, Chemistry and at least one English-rich subject are strongly recommended. Physics and Mathematics (Statistics or Calculus) are useful.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)

Bachelor of Nursing (BNurs) Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score and one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics at NCEA Level 3 or equivalent. Cambridge International students will be selected on the basis of their rank score, and one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics at full A Level. Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) Applicants for the BPharm must first complete the required Year 1 courses in the BHSc or the BSc (in various majors including Biomedical Science, Exercise Science, Food Science and Nutrition, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology or Physiology). Biology and Chemistry and at least one English-rich subject are strongly recommended. Physics and Mathematics (Statistics or Calculus) are useful. Bachelor of Optometry (BOptom) Applicants for the BOptom must first complete the required Year 1 courses of the BSc (in Biomedical Science). Biology and Chemistry and at least one English-rich subject are recommended. Physics and Mathematics (Statistics or Calculus) are useful.

Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours) (BMedImag(Hons))

Applicants for the BMedImag(Hons) must first complete the required Year 1 courses of the BSc. Biology, Chemistry and at least one English-rich subject are strongly recommended. Physics and Mathematics (Statistics or Calculus) are useful.

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