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Tertiary Entrance Examinations

There are several pathways you can use to gain admission as a non school leaver using Tertiary Entrance Examinations.

Secondary school TEE results

You can use the results of your secondary school Tertiary Entrance Examinations (TEE) to satisfy minimum admission requirements into ECU.

Mature Age Tertiary Entrance Examination (TEE)

Non school leavers must undertake a minimum of two WACE courses/TEE subjects in the same year.

To be considered for an ECU course, you will need to fulfil the following:

  • Demonstrate English language competence
  • Obtain a sufficiently high TER for the course
  • Satisfy any prerequisites or special requirements necessary for entry to the course

Tertiary Entry Rank (TER)

Non school leavers can use their Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER) to satisfy minimum admission requirements into one of our undergraduate courses.

TER provides a way of ranking students for university admission. It is a number between 0 (Zero) to 99.95, and is derived from the Tertiary Entrance Score (TES), which, in this case, is calculated using a minimum of two TEE subjects.

There are some subject combinations that are not acceptable for calculation of a TER, please see the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) site for more information.

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