Monash College Diploma students in Australia

Use this online submission if you are one of the following:

  • Currently completing Part 1 at Monash College Australia and would like to apply for first year Monash University Bachelor course in Australia.
  • Currently in your final trimester of Part 2 at Monash College Australia and would like to apply for a Monash University destination course in Australia.

NOTE: You must be an international student in Australia to use this page to apply to study at Monash University Australia. If you are an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, you must apply through VTAC. Domestic  students  are  eligible  for a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). Availability of CSP is subject to quota and varies in each intake. Meeting the minimum published average grade does not guarantee a CSP.

Monash College Diploma students applying for courses at the Monash University Sunway campus in Malaysia should apply directly to the campus.

If you have already completed the Diploma, you must apply through the standard application process.

If you are currently enrolled in a Diploma in Australia and wishing to change your Diploma course in Australia, you should speak to Monash College Student Administration by email or on your campus about the application procedure.

How to apply

Step 1: Check important dates

There are important dates that you must pay attention to:

Bachelor of International Business (Commencing in March 2017)



1 January 2017

Submit your University course preferences online

31 January 2017

Closing date for University course preference online submission

10 February 2017

Diploma results are released

13 February 2017

Receive an offer letter when you meet all course requirements

1 March 2017

Attend compulsory enrolment for Bachelor of International Business

6 March 2017

Classes commence

All other destination courses (Commencing in February 2017)



1 January 2017

Submit your University course preferences online

31 January 2017

Closing date for University course preference online submission

10 February 2017

Diploma results are released

13 February 2017

Receive an offer letter when you meet all course requirements

16 February 2017

Attend compulsory enrolment for destination courses in:
  • Art Design & Architecture
  • Arts
  • Business and Economics
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Science
27 February 2017 Classes commence

Step 2: Choose your destination course

Your Diploma is a direct pathway to an approved list of destination courses, see below. When choosing your course it is important to check you have satisfied the academic entry requirements, prerequisite study and any additional pre-selection activity. This is your final chance to let us know what you  wish  to  study.

If you choose to apply for a non-approved destination course, your application will be assessed individually. If successful, the one year advanced standing is not guaranteed.

Consider your course options carefully, as this is your final chance to let us know what you wish to study. No further change of course preference will be possible after submission.

Please refer to the Progressing to Monash University Guide for Monash College Diploma Part 2 international students:

For students completing Diploma Part 2 in Australia in February 2017 (PDF, 15.07 MB)

Step 3: Submit your course preferences

You may list up to three course preferences. Be realistic with your preferences and weigh up all of your options.

Your course preferences will be assessed in the order you have chosen, so place the course you would most like to study as number one, your second choice in second place, and so on. If you meet the requirements of your first preference, we will send you an offer and will not consider your lower ranked  preferences.

You must nominate your course preferences, even if you have a Monash University destination course packaged with your Diploma course. Submitting your course preferences is to confirm your course and provide your back-up options.

IMPORTANT: Please ensure you list the correct course codes. If the course name and course code do not match, Admissions will go by the course code provided. This is your final chance to choose your destination course, so choose carefully.

If you wish to keep a copy of your course preference submission, be sure to provide your email address at the end of the online form.

Submission opens 1 – 31 January 2017

Submit course preferences

Once you've submitted, you will not be able to change your course preferences.

Step 4: Accept your offer

Full offer letters will be emailed at least 4 days after results are released. It is important to have your contact details up-to-date, ensuring that you will receive all the important documents for entry into Monash University.

Please update your contact details

Originally packaged destination course

If you receive an offer for the destination course originally packaged in your visa, a letter confirming the full offer will be emailed to you. No action is required from you.

New destination course

If you receive an offer for a bachelor course that is different from the destination course originally packaged in your visa, you must complete Part B of the International Student Course Agreement and email it to by the offer lapse date as indicated on your offer letter.

Accept your offer as quickly as possible. Step-by-step instructions on how to accept your offer are available on the 'After you apply' page.


You do not need to make a tuition payment now. A few days after enrolment, you will receive an email to your Monash student email informing that a fee statement is available online via WES. Payment is normally due a minimum of 11 days from the date of issue.

If you have made a deposit of A$1,000 as part of a packaged offer, it will be automatically deducted from your fee statement.

Step 5: Attend enrolment and orientation

All students must enrol in-person. You must bring the following with you on your scheduled enrolment date:

  • a print-copy of your Authority to Enrol letter (2 – 3 days prior to your scheduled enrolment, this letter will be emailed to you)
  • your current passport
  • your visa details

You will not be able to enrol without these required documents. If you are enrolling into a Business or Commerce course, attendance is strictly compulsory on the day. The Monash Business School does not permit late enrolments for any reason.

Make sure you are always aware of your scheduled enrolment date, time and location.

Late enrolment

The enrolment that has been arranged on the scheduled dates is specifically for Monash College students to provide you with expert advice and counselling so that you can make the correct unit selection within the bachelor course. You may be disadvantaged if you miss out on the scheduled enrolment, particularly  when  it  comes  to getting the best class times.

If exceptional circumstances prevent you from being able to enrol on time you will need to apply for late enrolment by emailing with your full name, date of birth, student ID number, course you are enrolling in, exact date of arrival and reason for late enrolment. Permission to enrol late will be considered but may not be granted. Where applicable, provide supporting  documentation  with  your  request for late enrolment.

If you are enrolling in a Business and Commerce course, please remember that the Monash Business School will not permit late enrolments for any reason.


At Monash we want you to feel welcome and at home as soon as you arrive! O Week is held in the week before teaching starts, and it's designed to help you get to know your new university, your fellow students and your campus.

A lot of events and activities are held for new students during this period and all of them are informative and fun. Some are events that apply specifically to the course you are studying.

You can find out more about them on the O Week website.

Are you under 18 years old?

You must be 18 years of age before or on the day you enrol. If you are currently under the age of 18, you will need to ensure that appropriate accommodation and welfare arrangements are in place in the time that you remain under 18 whilst undertaking your bachelor course.

Find out how to satisfy these requirements.