Each degree has a number of admissions and academic requirements that must be met prior to enrolling in or graduating from a degree.
'Inherent requirements' are the abilities, attributes, skills and behaviours needed to meet the learning outcomes of a course. (These should be met while preserving the academic integrity of the university’s learning, assessment and accreditation processes.)
You need to be able to demonstrate that you hold, or can acquire, the inherent requirements for your degree.
The information on your course's inherent requirements page is designed to help you make informed decisions for study and access to services. It should also guide any discussions with the University, based on a mutual understating of the requirements.
We may be able to make reasonable adjustments to help you manage circumstances that impact your studies – provided these don't fundamentally change the academic integrity of the degree.