Tertiary Pathways 2022

LAW There are no prerequisites for the Bachelor of Laws. Students should study subjects that they enjoy. These may be essay-based subjects or those that encourage analytical thinking such as languages, Art History, Classics, Economics, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music, and Physics. MIDWIFERY Entry to the Bachelor of Midwifery (BMid) requires certain NCEA subjects. This includes Biology, Chemistry, or Physics at Level 2 and Level 3, as well as an English-rich subject such as English, History, Art History, Classics, Geography, Economics, or Media Studies at Level 3. It is recommended that interested students get in touch with the University as early as possible to discuss a pathway.

Level 3

18 credits in Biology, Chemistry or Physics

16 credits in Classics, Economics, English, Geography, History, or Media Studies

16 credits in an NCEA University Entrance approved subject

16 credits in an NCEA University Entrance approved subject

Level 2

16 credits in Biology

16 credits in Chemistry or Physics

16 credits at Level 2 in another subject

Other requirements Drivers licence

First aid certificate

Proof of immunisation

References and selection meeting

For more information on entry requirements, visit www.wgtn.ac.nz/bmid or contact the Faculty of Health: health@vuw.ac.nz / 0800 04 04 04

MUSIC Some prior knowledge of music (including knowledge of music theory) is recommended for the Bachelor of Music (BMus). However, some courses can be taken without prior study of music. The introductory course MUSC 160 Introduction to Music Theory and Musicianship is offered in Trimester 3 for students without a good foundation in music theory. Classical Performance and Jazz Performance students must audition.

Major

Entry requirements

Classical

You'll need to audition for a place in this subject, meeting a standard equivalent to Grade 8 in Associated Board exams. Prior knowledge of music theory is required. You'll need to audition to show you have reached a level of technical and musical competence in a jazz style on your instrument or voice. Prior knowledge of music theory is required.

Jazz Performance

Instrumental/Vocal Composition Sonic Arts and Music Technology

Prior knowledge of music theory is required. Prior knowledge of music theory is required. Prior knowledge of music theory is required.

Music Studies

For more information about entry requirements, visit our website: www.wgtn.ac.nz/nzsm

www.wgtn.ac.nz/study-guide

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