How to apply
Before submitting your application to undertake an undergraduate degree, select the course you’re interested in and review its entry requirements and fees. You might also want to take a look at the Pathways and scholarships that are available.
Domestic and onshore students
|Including Australian and New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents, as well as international students studying an Australian Year 12 or IB in Australia or New Zealand.|
|Applicants to the Bachelor of Fine Art (and any Fine Art double degree courses) must also submit a digital folio and written statement, after they have submitted their course preferences via the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). See below for details.|
International applicants to the Bachelor of Fine Art must also submit a digital folio of artwork when applying directly to Monash.
Current Monash University students
Applicants to Design (Honours) are required to submit a folio and draft research proposal, and to attend an interview in early December where your submissions will be reviewed and feedback provided. Applicants will have a further opportunity to finalise their research proposal after the interview.
A final approved research proposal must be submitted prior to your offer being accepted.|
Shortlisted applicants to Fine Art (Honours), will be invited to an interview. Interview dates will be confirmed in the second half of 2021 for 2022 entry.
About the Bachelor of Fine Art digital folio and written statement
After you enter your course preferences in VTAC, you need to submit a folio and written statement - submission will open in early August 2021 for entry in 2022, and the deadline will be confirmed shortly. There is no interview requirement for entry in 2022.
If you are applying for more than one Fine Art course (for example, you are applying for the Bachelor of Fine Art AND a double degree which includes Fine Art), you only need to submit ONE folio and ONE written statement.
Digital folio: You will need to submit 10-15 images of your artwork in ONE file - a PDF, maximum 30 MB in size. What you choose to submit is up to you! Works such as paintings or sculptures should be photographed clearly. You may also wish to include pages from your journal, showing progression of works from ideas to completion.
Written statement: Domestic and onshore students will need to submit a short written statement (300 words) as part of your application. In your statement you will be asked to engage in the analysis of an artwork you have seen, explaining how this has influenced your own making of art.
International applicants do not need to submit a written statement – they only need to submit a digital folio.