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International Baccalaureate

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is a two-year pre-tertiary course. Over 3,633 schools in 146 countries participate in the programme.

Students completing the Diploma and applying for entry in 2021 will have their IB score converted to an equivalent Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).

This is done through a national conversion table, which you can find below.

Our courses may be subject to quota selection, as some have a limited number of places and high numbers of applications. For more information, please visit the University's Courses & Units website.

IB to ATAR conversion table

The following table provides the IB Diploma points (in the range 24-45) converted to an equivalent ATAR.

The ATAR is an indicator of how well a student has performed, relative to other students. We will use this table for admission in 2021.

2020 Combined Schedule

Passing IB Score
Combined rank at largest ATAR below
45
99.95
44
99.75
43
99.55
42
99.20
41
98.70
40
98.05
39
97.30
38
96.45
37
95.45
36
94.05
35
92.80
34
91.50
33
90.00
32
88.15
31
86.40
30
84.30
29
81.90
28
79.25
27
77.40
26
75.10
25
72.00
24
69.10

IB Examination Results

The relatively late release of IB results in early January does not disadvantage IB applicants.

We can obtain your results from the IBIS (International Baccalaureate Information System). The University has its own Admissions Office, so please make sure your school IB Coordinator gives the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) your authority to release your results.

If we cannot obtain your results from the IBO, you’ll need to provide a copy of your official transcript.