How to apply - current Monash University Foundation Year students in Australia
Use this page if you:
- are completing MUFY (Melbourne city campus) and want to continue study at Monash in Australia
- are an international student in Australia
- are in your final semester of the MUFY program in Australia (Melbourne city campus).
If you are an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, you must apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).
If you have already completed MUFY, you must apply through the standard application process.
These dates are important. You must pay attention:
|Courses commencing February 2023|
|1 September 2022||The University course preference online for the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD) - (Course code - M6011) opens.|
|10 October 2022||The University course preference online for the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD) - (Course code - M6011) closes.|
|Submit your University course preferences online for all other courses except the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD) - (Course Code - M6011)|
|30 November 2022||The University course preference online submission closes.|
|6 December 2022||Foundation Year results are released.|
|14 December 2022||Receive an offer letter when you meet all course requirements.|
If you have never accepted a Monash University undergraduate offer before, you must accept by the lapse date indicated on your offer letter.
|27 February 2023||Semester 1, 2023 course commences.|
Whether you have always known what you want to study or you are still deciding, now is a great opportunity to consider your options and confirm you have met the Monash University undergraduate age requirements, academic entry requirements, prerequisites and additional requirements.
To find out more information about the Monash University undergraduate course you are interested in, visit the website of the country in which you wish to study:
Monash University, Australia study.monash
Monash University, Malaysia monash.edu.my
Check the entry requirements, prerequisites and any additional entry requirements
Each course has different minimum entry requirements and prerequisite subjects. Make sure you are aware of any extra requirements such as folios or interviews.
Foundation Year students are guaranteed* a place in their preferred Monash University destination course if they successfully complete the Foundation Year program, meet Monash's set academic, subject prerequisite and additional entry requirements.
Click HERE for the entry scores for your destination degrees.
* Some courses have limited places and fulfilling the minimum Foundation Year does not guarantee a place in these courses.
Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD) in 2023
In addition to the minimum Foundation Year, English and prerequisite subjects scores, students must ensure that they complete an International Students Admission Test (ISAT) and attend a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) to be considered.
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 Medicine Admissions of any changes to their residential status immediately. Australian Citizens and Permanent Residency holders must apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC): www.vtac.edu.au
For more information about entry requirements, please visit the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Application for Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (course code M6011) commencing Semester 1/2023 (February) has closed.
For all relevant 2023 application requirement deadlines, please refer to the Monash School of Medicine important dates website
Faculty of Education
IMPORTANT NOTE: All applicants for Faculty of Education courses must sit the Casper test. Casper is a requirement for many of the initial teacher education courses in Victoria. It is a non-cognitive online tool designed to assess an applicant's personal and professional attributes.
To register for your sitting or further information visit https://takealtus.com. Casper can only be taken online, on specific dates between August and January. To ensure you meet the Casper test deadlines for your application go to https://takealtus.com/dates-times/
Now that you have chosen your Monash University undergraduate course, you need to submit your course preferences. If you are studying your Monash University Foundation Year in Australia, you may have already received a packaged offer with your Monash University course. You are still required to submit your course preferences. It is your decision on whether you select the same course, or a different one.
List up to five course preferences. Be realistic with your preferences and weigh up all of your options. We assess your applications in the order you've chosen, so place the course you'd most like to do at the top, your second choice in second place, and so on. If you meet the requirements of your first preference, we send you an offer and do not look at the rest of your preferences. If you don't meet the requirements of your first preference, we then assess you for your second preference.
If you do not meet the entry requirements of any of your preferences, we automatically assess your application for a Monash College Diploma in your chosen study area.
This process is only for Monash University Foundation year students wishing to study at Monash University in Australia. Course preferences must be submitted online.
Do not submit your form through a Monash Registered Agent. You may seek the assistance of a Monash Registered Agent after you receive a Monash University or Monash College offer for the purpose of accepting your offer, changing your course preference after results are released, visa application or submitting a new application, if applicable.
Note: If you are unable to enrol in the next available intake/semester, then please add the future intake/semester you will be able to enrol.
- For Semester 1, 2023 intake, the online submissions will open from 1 September - 10 October 2022 for students who would like to change to Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD) - (Course code - M6011). For all other courses, the online submissions will open from 1 - 30 November 2022.
- You do not need to send your MUFY results to Monash University. If you are successful in meeting all the admission requirements of one of your course preferences, Monash University will email you an offer. We will use the email address you provided in your online course preference submission form, so remember to check it!
Accept your offer
To accept your offer, follow the instructions in your offer letter by the lapse date as stipulated in the offer letter.
- Accept your offer and Monash will then send you a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE).
Change your course preference or defer your studies
You can change your course preference after you receive your MUFY results. Submit your request to change your course preference as quickly as possible,
Monash College Diploma option
A Monash College Diploma offers a direct pathway into second year at Monash University. You can fast-track your studies by completing first year university subjects in just 8 to 12 months.
To be accepted into a Monash College Diploma, you must meet the academic and English language requirements, as well as age and subject or special prerequisites.
The last date for MUFY students to change their course preference to Monash College Diploma courses commencing February 2023 is Friday, 10 February 2023. Any late applications will be processed for the next Diploma intake commencing in June 2023.
I did not meet English language requirement. What do I do?
Achieving the minimum required English proficiency level is essential to gaining admission to your Monash University course. If you did not achieve the required Foundation Year English subject score for direct entry, you may qualify for admission to the Monash English Bridging (MEB*) program. Minimum Foundation Year English score will be required for admission to the MEB program.
(*) Please note - some Monash University undergraduate courses do not accept MEB as meeting the English language requirements. For a course list refer to the relevant Progression Guide.
Alternatively, you may also submit an English proficiency test score, such as IELTS, TOEFL or Pearson Test of English (Academic).
Receiving your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and enrolment package
A CoE will be emailed to you or your Monash Registered Agent when you have accepted your full offer (ISCA) or packaged offer (ISCA) (with no academic conditions specified). You will need the CoE to apply for a student visa.
If you have already accepted a packaged offer (Monash University Foundation Year program with a Monash University undergraduate packaged offer) and decide to change your course preference or defer your course commencement date, you will be provided with a new CoE once you accept the new offer. You must ensure you provide the new CoE to the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
After you have received your CoE, you will receive an email with details on how to enrol in your units.
Enrol in units
You will need to enrol in your units online as soon as you have met all the conditions of your offer and have received notification via email. Failure to enrol in your units by the deadline will result in you being unable to start your course this semester.
Please go to the Get Started website and follow the instructions to enrol in units.
Please check the Get Started website.
Are you under 18 years old?
You must be 17 years of age before or on the day you enrol. If you are currently under the age of 18, you will need to ensure that appropriate accommodation and welfare arrangements are in place in the time that you remain under 18 whilst undertaking your bachelor course.
Find out how to satisfy these requirements.