Applications and fees
Last Updated: 23 May 2023
The selection process for graduate entry medicine at Churchill (Gippsland) consists of two components; undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) and a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI). GPA is weighted at 40% and the MMI at 60%.
|Main round||30 June 2023||25 July 2023||Late-August 2023|
|Late round||31 August 2023||28 September 2023||Late-October 2023|
*Dates subject to change
How to Apply
International students need to submit their applications through an agent in your country or direct to Monash University.
International students should refer to the Medicine program admission requirements to confirm their eligibility before applying.
Monash uses a Multi Mini Interview (MMI) for the selection of students. The MMI consists of four sequential interview 'stations' focusing on an applicant’s:
- critical thinking;
- ethical reasoning;
- motivation; and,
The MMI consists of four sequential interview 'stations'. At each station, the applicant will have two minutes reading time with a scenario and will then be interviewed for eight minutes (i.e. ten minutes per station) with a 'circuit’ taking 50-60 minutes to complete, factoring in time for pre-briefing and debriefing sessions.
Applicants will be invited via email to participate in the MMI which will be conducted online via Zoom. There are only a limited number of interview places available and applicants will be ranked for an interview invitation based on their current or final undergraduate academic results.
- All applicants applying for this course are only allowed to attend the MMI once. Those who are re-applying for this course and have previously attended the MMI for this course are not eligible to attend the MMI again.
- Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview via email and will be required to log in to an online system to self-allocate a time to attend. Once the system closes, changes will not be permitted and late requests cannot be accommodated.
Offers for a place in Medicine will only be made once applicants have provided all official, certified, final academic transcripts. We do not make conditional offers for Medicine courses based on incomplete studies, predicted or provisional results as we are unable to determine an applicant's eligibility until we have received all of the complete and certified documents, including:
- official final academic transcripts
- evidence of successful completion of studies
- evidence of meeting the minimum English language requirements
- other prerequisite study requirements for the course.
International applicants are admitted into the program on a full-fee basis. More information can be found on the course fees website.
Other expenses international students would expect to incur are overseas student health cover (OSHC), accommodation, transport and living expenses, plus textbooks and stationery. Read more about cost of living in Melbourne and other study costs.
- If you are completing your studies in 2023 and can only provide final, certified documentation in December 2023 or January 2024, you should consider applying for 2025 entry as places for the Medicine program may be filled by the time we can fully assess your application for an offer.
- International students who, during the application process, become citizens or permanent residents of Australia (including New Zealand citizens) will no longer be eligible for a full fee international place and will have their application terminated. Applicants who are applying for Australian Permanent Residency or Citizenship must notify Faculty Admissions of any changes to their residential status immediately.
- International students who become permanent residents and/or Australian citizens once they are enrolled in the course are not guaranteed a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). Instead, they will be converted to a full-fee domestic student.