Admissions and pathways
When it comes to choosing a university, there’s a lot to consider. By choosing Monash, you can be sure you’ve taken your first step to a successful career. We offer broad generalist degrees, double degrees and alternative entry options. Take advantage of what Monash has on offer, and combine your degree with international exchanges, work training programs, volunteering, and research opportunities.
If you're considering starting a degree at Monash, please contact us. We can assist you with your application, course selection and help you discover our undergraduate, graduate and research courses and the support services we offer.
Monash Indigenous Entry Scheme
Through VTAC, Indigenous Australian applicants can gain direct admission to a range of Monash undergraduate degrees with an achieved ATAR of 50+ (higher for some degrees).
There are no extra requirements of time added to your course when you start a course via this entry scheme, and you will be supported throughout your degree by the University and the William Cooper Institute.
If you missed out on your preferred course or you’re returning to study, you may consider one of our pathway options to gain entry into a Monash degree.
The Indigenous Non-Award Pathway (INAP) and Monash Indigenous Access Program (MIAP) are both designed to support Indigenous Australians who wish to undertake university studies.
Diploma of Tertiary Studies is a program that can help you get into university if you haven't got the Year 12 score you expected or are returning to study after working or raising a family.
Monash College creates pathway programs for students who aspire to study at university. Our respected international English testing centre helps candidates determine their English language capability for study, employment and visa purposes.
TAFE pathways in some cases, you can use an Australian TAFE qualification as a pathway to study at Monash.