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BYU–Hawaii Freshman Admissions Criteria

  1. Completion of Fiji Seventh Form Exam (Year 13) with a minimum aggregate score of 200 on the new (2017) USP Form 7 Exam. Higher scores and the rigor of courses taken are factors used to determine a student's competitiveness. Please ensure that your transcript reflects your area of study, the courses taken, and grades received.

    Those that took Form 7 prior to the 2017 Form 7 change should have received their scores in the old system. In this system, a minimum aggregate score of 250 is required. The highest four scores of all the subjects plus English) are weighed to calculated to determine a student's aggregate score. A minimum score of 50 (Achieved) on each exam is required.


    Successful completion of the USP Foundation Program (students should have at least a C grade or better in at least seven courses).


    Complete one semester of academic courses at any accredited tertiary institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  2. Meet the English Test requirement.
  3. Missionary and community service, work experience, and age may also be used as determining factors in admission.

For more information on how to submit your transcripts see Transcript Submission.

BYU–Hawaii BYU-Pathway Partnership Program

BYU–Hawaii and BYU-Pathway Worldwide announced a new partnership that will expand educational options for international students. Here are the eligibility requirements:

  1. Complete BYU-Pathway’s foundational PathwayConnect curriculum with a minimum 3.0 GPA or higher and/or complete a BYU-Pathway Worldwide certificate and/or associate degree. 
  2. Meet the English Test requirement.

The completion of a BYU-Pathway Worldwide program will waive BYU–Hawaii’s high school diploma/secondary education requirements.

For more information, please visit BYU–Hawaii Pathway Partnership Program.


Important Notice

Important notice from BYU–Hawaii regarding A level, Form 7, and foundation level courses. Effective for applications submitted from and including winter 2014, BYU–Hawaii will no longer award transfer (cross) credits for results on Form Seven (or equivalent), A level, and foundation level courses. These results are considered pre-university and will be used as an indicator of academic preparation for admission.



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Cell +679 – 999 1149


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Fiji LDS College
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