How to apply
The way you apply differs depending on where you’ve come from, and where you’re headed. We’ve explained everything below.
On this page, you’ll find out where to apply and information on how to do it.
Direct application (Domestic) View
Want to apply directly to Monash? This is where you do it.
Direct applications include postgraduate study, honours, or single unit enrolment.
Learn more about how direct application for domestic students works.
VTAC application (Domestic) View
Want to apply for undergraduate Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) for Semester 1 or mid year?
Applications for university are handled through VTAC.
Learn more about how VTAC application for domestic students works.
Direct application (International students) View
Ready to start your brand new Monash adventure in Australia?
If you’re coming to Monash from overseas, you will need to apply directly to the university to start your Monash journey.
Learn more about how international application works.
Graduate Research application View
Ready to help change your world by contributing to Monash’s world class research?
Before you submit an application for graduate research, you’ll need to file an Expression of Interest with a managing faculty.
Learn more about how direct application for Graduate Research works.
Indigenous student application View
Monash University is committed to advancing the education and career aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.We have a range of admissions entry points for Indigenous applicants designed to address the under-representation of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Australian universities.
Do you want to learn more about Monash, get a taste of which course is right for you, or perhaps experience what life and study would be like on one of our four campuses? We've got an event to suit you.
Find your course
Not sure what to study? Wherever you’re headed, you’ll find a course at Monash that can get you there. You’ll graduate with a qualification that’s internationally recognised and leave with the knowledge and skills to turn everything you’ve learned into an exciting, rewarding career.