MIAP and INAP
|Duration:||6 - 12 Months (Depending on what you study)|
|Intake:||Trimester 1 intake (February), Trimester 2 intake (June)|
|Location:||Monash College and Monash University|
The Monash Indigenous Access Program (MIAP) is a scholarship funded bridging program designed to prepare students for entry into a variety of undergraduate degrees at Monash University. The Indigenous Non-Award Pathway (INAP) is the part time version of MIAP.
These pathways are specifically designed to support Indigenous Australians in making a successful transition to university study. The program develops skills which enable success in a university environment.
MIAP is a full-time program which is ABSTUDY approved. Whereas, INAP is part-time and therefore you cannot receive ABSTUDY while enrolled in INAP.
You can apply if you:
- Haven't completed Year 12
- Graduated on a non-ATAR pathway
- Received an ATAR under 50
- Are mature aged with or without previous study experience
On completion of this program, students are directly admitted into the first year of their destination degree of choice.
How to apply
Please download the following Monash Indigenous Pathways application form.
Once you have submitted the application form, you will be invited to an interview with the William Cooper Institute.
Please contact the William Cooper Institute via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (03) 9903 2041 for more assistance.