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 Test Centre Locations

The UCAT ANZ is a compulsory entry requirement for our Consortium Universities in Australia and New Zealand.  The test is delivered in Pearson VUE test centres during July in the following locations:

Australia

Centres which will be open for 4 weeks during July

 

Centres which will be open on 1, 2 or 3 days during July (dates to be advised in March 2019)

Canberra

ACT

 

Armidale

NSW

Sydney

NSW

 

Dubbo

NSW

Newcastle

NSW

 

Wagga Wagga

NSW

Darwin

NT

 

Port Macquarie

NSW

Brisbane

QLD

 

Parramatta

NSW

Gold Coast

QLD

 

Alice Springs

NT

Townsville

QLD

 

Rockhampton

QLD

Adelaide

SA

 

Cairns

QLD

Hobart

TAS

 

Mt Gambier

SA

Melbourne

VIC

 

Launceston

TAS

Perth

WA

 

Bendigo

VIC

 

 

 

Geelong

VIC

 

 

 

Mildura

VIC

 

 

 

Albury-Wodonga

VIC

     

Bunbury

WA

  

New Zealand

NZ test centres will be open in July as shown below (dates to be advised in March 2019)

 Auckland

4 weeks 

 

 

 Dunedin

3 weeks 

 

 

 Christchurch

1 week  

 

 

 Wellington

1 week  

 

 

Note: Most capital cities have multiple test centres. Details of the locations will be available to view when registration opens.

Candidates should use the Test Centre Locator to find their nearest centre. 

You simply enter your location (your postcode, town or other identifier) and the Test Centre Locator will display your nearest test centres on a map, along with their address, and the distance from your location.  

Overseas 

Candidates who will be overseas for the month of July 2019 should contact the UCAT ANZ office by email to organise a suitable venue to sit the test. Sitting the test overseas will incur an additional administrative fee.

 

International Candidates

International applicants may not be required to sit the UCAT ANZ, an alternative admission test (the ISAT) may be required.  Candidates should check the course or programme entry requirements on the websites of the relevant universities before booking a test.