Fees, funding and financial assistance - Monash Law Prato Program

Fees

Prato Administration fee:

AU$400.00

Monash students will be requested to pay this fee at the time of enrolment.

2019 Fees are due by Monday 25 February 2019

Partner University students will pay this fee when requested by their administration officer at their home university.

Course fees:

Monash University students will be charged either full-fee or Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) according to their verified funding status.  This applies to core and elective units.

Funding - Monash students only

Monash Abroad funding:

Most Monash students who participate in short term international study programs receive Monash Abroad travel grants from the University.  Many are also eligible for a range of other loans, scholarships and grants.  For further information please see the Monash Abroad website.  Please refer to Bands B, C and D - Financial Information for Short Term Programs.

Monash Abroad will directly deposit the money into your bank account within a month of the program start date.

Law Mobility Equity Grants:

Law Mobility Equity Bursaries are available to eligible Monash students.
For eligibility details and application process please refer to Law Mobility Equity Grant webpage.

Please note:  The Scholarships department close their on-line applications 7 November 2018 but they re-open again on the Monday mid-January 2019 and close mid-February 2019.  Applications submitted in October and January/February are all assessed together and paid in April 2019. If you receive an offer for the Prato Program and meet the eligibility for this grant please apply.

Italian Australian Foundation Travel Grant:

Italian Australian Foundation Travel Grants are available to eligible Monash students.
For eligibility details and application process please refer to Italian Australian Foundation Travel Grant webpage.

Please note:  The Scholarships department close their on-line applications 7 November 2018 but they re-open again on the Monday mid-January 2019 and close mid-February 2019.  Applications submitted in October and January/February are all assessed together and paid in April 2019. If you receive an offer for the Prato Program and meet the eligibility for this grant please apply

University financial assistance

The University can provide student loans through Financial Assistance.  The loan must be paid back by the time you graduate and carries no interest for the first 12 months.

OS-HELP loan

You may also wish to use OS-HELP introduced by the government, where you may be eligible for financial assistance in the form of a loan towards your Law overseas study program.

For more information and the application form  see OS-HELP loans.  Please ensure you meet all the eligibility requirements including the conditions of the loan as outlined in the OS-HELP information on the Monash Abroad website.

Centrelink letters

The program is considered a Monash University course and therefore full time students may continue to receive payments. Information on how to access a letter for Centrelink but the Faculty will be provided in January once enrolments are confirmed.

Students may also purchase a Monash University - Verification of enrolment letters for Centrelink purposes by completing the Application for student letter or academic transcript form.  Submission details are outlined on the first page of the form.  Please note, although it says that this form is not for current students this is the correct form, please ensure you tick the box 'Prato/Malaysia (Law)' in Section D.