Cross-institutional study

Some units offered can be undertaken as a cross-institutional enrolment. This allows students enrolled in a course at another university to complete a Monash Law unit and have it credited towards their course.

Enrolment is subject to approval of both the home institution and Monash Law School. A letter of approval from the home institution must be submitted with the application.

Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • be enrolled in an undergraduate law admission degree course at another Australian or New Zealand university or an overseas university of recognised standing;
  • have no more than the equivalent of one year's full-time study to complete the degree; and
  • have, in the last four semesters of completed study attained not less than a credit average (60%) in completed law units with no fail results.

Enrolment is limited to four units, or one semester of study whether on a full time or part time basis. Where the home university is another Victorian university, the enrolment is normally limited to two units. The home university must have consented and have approved the units which the applicant proposes to undertake at Monash. It is the responsibility of the applicant to obtain such consent and approval.

How to apply?

You will need to submit your application online approximately one month before the relevant unit begins to ensure a place.

Documents to submit:

  • an original certified copy of your citizenship status (original certified copy of your passport/birth certificate)
  • an original certified copy of your academic transcripts and evidence of completion of your degree
  • a CV
  • evidence of Australian residency and visa subclass number (for international students undertaking single units)
  • an original or original certified copy of cross-institutional unit approval letter from your home institution (if you are applying as a cross-institutional applicant)

Fees

Students will be charged either full-fee or CSP according to the verified funding status at their home institution. This applies to core and elective units. Please see the fees website for details.

Closing dates

Semester one - 30 January
Semester two - 19 June