How to apply for Domestic students

Domestic applicants (Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents ) applying for Monash postgraduate law programs must submit an application with appropriate supporting documentation. If applying for the Monash JD program please refer to the Monash JD Domestic Application web page.

  • Applicants must submit an online application with the relevant supporting documentation.
  • Academic transcripts are not required for courses previously undertaken at Monash University.
  • Applicants will be notified of an outcome within two weeks of submission of a completed application.

Supporting documentation is required in original or correctly certified hard copy and should be sent, together with the required cover sheet to:

Monash University
Monash Connect
Campus Centre, Building 10
Wellington Road, Clayton
Victoria 3800 Australia

Masters Programs/Graduate Diplomas

Trimester 1 2019

Trimester 2 2019

Trimester 3 2019

Non-law graduates applying for Masters or Graduate Diploma courses

Note: Non-law graduates must commence with LAW5000 Australian Legal System, which is offered at the start of each trimester.

4 January 2019

19 April 2019

9 August 2019

Law graduate applying for Masters or Graduate Diploma courses

Note: Please apply at least four weeks prior to the start of their commencing unit. Otherwise there is no guarantee we can process your application in a timely manner.

On-going applications
throughout the year

On-going applications
throughout the year

On-going applications
throughout the year

Credit information

If seeking any credit for prior learning or work experience, you must submit a Credit Application form (pdf, 198kb) with the appropriate supporting documentation in order to be assessed. Refer to the Faculty's Credit Policy - Postgraduate Courses. NOTE: Section 6.1.1 refers to any postgraduate law units undertaken as part of an undergraduate law degree.

Applicants who have completed postgraduate law studies with another institution within the last ten years, may apply for credit. The maximum amount of credit that can be granted towards masters courses from other institutions is 12 credit points, two units. Students may be eligible for credit for up to 50 per cent of the course (24 credit points) for previous masters level studies in law at Monash.

Single unit enrolment

Application information for single unit enrolment can be found at the Single and Cross-Institutional Unit enrolment web page.

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