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all about MELBOURNE
Live and study in
Melbourne
Melbourne has a long-held reputation for welcoming
international students and providing them with memorable
study experiences. Its cultural diversity is celebrated so
you'll immediately feel at home.
Consistently voted the world's most liveable city, Melbourne offers a high standard of living, and
frst-class education, healthcare, public transport, employment rates, safety and security. The
people are cosmopolitan, fun-loving and friendly.
Melbourne hosts a diverse economy known for its strengths in fnance, information
communications technology, biotechnology, research, manufacturing, automotive, aviation/
aerospace and creative industries. Whatever your passion, you can explore it in Melbourne.
In your spare time the city has something for everyone, from calm parks and gardens to the
popular arts and music scene. Melbourne is also Australias restaurant capital, with more than
3000 restaurants offering cuisines from around the world to excite your taste buds.
Melbourne is home to many international sporting events and hosts a range of cultural festivals.
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The worlds
most liveable
city*
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RANKED
In a ranking of 140 cities all around the world,
Melbourne is consistently ranked asthe worlds
most liveable city. This ranking is based on
standards of education, infrastructure, culture
and environment, healthcare and stability.
*Economist Intelligence Unit 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Monash University is in the top 100 of universities in the world.*
Established in 1958, Monash University has earned an international reputation for research and
teaching excellence. In the past 10 years we have built on our ambitions to become the largest
university in Australia and have extended our reach across the globe. We have an international
network of more than 275,000 alumni across the world and have built campuses and centres in
Malaysia, India and South Africa. We are the only Australian university active on four continents.
Monash graduates are highly sought after
According to a recent study published in The New York Times
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, the worlds top CEOs are more
likely to hire Monash graduates proof that a Monash education prepares graduates ready to
lead and perform at an international level.
Member of Australia's prestigious Group of Eight
Monash University is a member of the Group of Eight, an alliance of leading Australian
universities recognised for their excellence in teaching and research.
*Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014.
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Based on Global Employability University Ranking, 20112013
no.
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Monash College
the path to a top
100 university
Fatema Hasan Absulla Abbas Husain, Bahrain
Diploma of Engineering, Bachelor of Chemical Engineering
The global outlook of Monash College and the outstanding
teaching and support staff set me up for success in the
Bachelor of Engineering at Monash University. My teachers
and learning consultants were professional, approachable and
willing to help me reach my study goals. Because of the small
class sizes I formed strong friendships with my peers, which
has given me a great support network for my tertiary studies.
Monash College provided me with an excellent foundation of
academic skills I recently participated in the Vice-Chancellor's
Ancora Imparo leadership program an incredible experience!
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Welcome to Monash College
Thank you for considering Monash College.
Monash College is the preferred pathway among international students
into a Monash University undergraduate degree.
By choosing to start your Monash experience at Monash College, you will
be joining a community of high-achieving, like-minded students who share
the same goal to graduate with a globally recognised degree from one
of the world's top 100 universities.
Our academic and English language programs prepare you for success at
university, building on the skills you have learnt throughout your education,
further developing the academic skills and study skills required for
Australian tertiary study.
While you become familiar with the Australian style of learning and
teaching, which will prepare you for success at Monash University, you will
also be immersed in the English language and Australian life in Melbourne,
the world's most liveable city.
Together with our dedicated staff at Monash College, I urge you to join
us in building your future towards your dream career. I look forward to
welcoming you to the Monash family.
Warm regards,
Jo Mithen
Chief Executive Ofcer, Monash College
BEc/LLB Monash
MBA MBS
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Student-centred
learning
all about STUDENT LEARNING
Nicole Ling, Malaysia
Monash University Foundation Year
Bachelor of Pharmacy/Bachelor of Commerce
I was better prepared for success at Monash University
because of the support I received at Monash College. The
teachers were friendly and approachable and helped me
understand what would be expected of me at university.
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At Monash College there is an
outstanding group of dedicated
teachers that are committed to
helping students to learn. Class
sizes are small. This allows students
to receive individual support from
their teachers. Our goal is to make
sure that every student is prepared
for success at Monash University.
Roy Burrows
Science and Information and Communication Technology Coordinator
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all about CHOOSING YOUR PATH
Choose your
path
Monash College in Australia is owned by Monash University,
and offers a number of different ways to prepare you for entry
into a Monash University course. Which program you choose
depends on your academic and English qualifcations, and
your career ambitions.
If you achieve excellent grades in Diploma Part 1, you may qualify for early entry into the frst year of
certain Monash University degree courses without needing to complete Diploma Part 2.
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year
January | March | July | September
1
st
Year Monash University*
Art Design
& Architecture
Arts
Business and
Economics
Education
Engineering
Information
Technology
Law
Medicine, Nursing
and Health Sciences
Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical
Sciences
Science
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Diploma
February | June | October
2
nd
Year Monash University*
Art Design & Architecture
Arts
Business and Economics
Engineering
Information Technology
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Foundation Year Diploma Part 1 Diploma Part 2 English programs
Location Australia
China
Indonesia
Malaysia
Sri Lanka
Australia
Indonesia
Singapore
Australia
Indonesia
Sri Lanka
Singapore
Australia
Indonesia
Malaysia
Discipline
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General university
preparation
Art & Design
Arts
Business
Engineering
Art & Design
Arts
Business
Engineering
Information Technology
English
Academic study skills
Acceptance
at Monash
University
Accepted for entry into frst
year of Monash University
undergraduate degrees,
subject to achieving
minimum grades
Accepted for entry into frst
year of relevant Monash
University degrees, subject
to achieving minimum grades
set by the destination faculty
Accepted for entry into
second year of relevant
Monash University degrees,
subject to achieving
minimum grades set by the
destination faculty
Monash English Bridging
programs are available for
students with conditional
offers to Monash College
or Monash University
Recognised
by other
universities
Recognised by all
Australian universities and
more than 40 international
universities across
North America and
United Kingdom
Specifcally designed for
Monash. Recognised by
Diploma Part 2 and
Monash University
Specifcally designed for
Monash and recognised
by other selected
Australian universities
Depends on the English
language program.
Students are able to sit an
IELTS test for acceptance
by other institutions
Academic
requirements
Australian Year 11
or equivalent
Australian Year 11
or equivalent
Australian Year 12,
Foundation Year, Diploma
Part 1 or equivalent
As per destination course
English
requirement
Depends on chosen format.
Minimum entry IELTS 5.0
(no band less than 5.0)
for Extended program or
completion of relevant
Monash English
Depends on chosen
Diploma. Minimum entry
IELTS 5.5 (no band lower
than 5.0) or successful
completion of a relevant
English language course
IELTS 6.0
(Writing 6.0) or successful
completion of a relevant
English language course
Courses are available for
all levels of English ranging
from anIELTS score of 3.5
to 6.5
Minimum age
requirement
16 years 16 years 17 years As per destination course
*Entry to Monash University is subject to achieving the required grades.
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Not all disciplines are available at all locations.
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Decide which program is right for you
Why Monash College is your best choice
We understand international students; we
draw on 20 years of experience and success.
We build on the skills you already have and
develop the ones you need.
We provide a safe, secure and supportive
environment so that you can focus on
achieving your best.
We employ only the best, highly qualifed and
experienced teachers and support staff.
We encourage you to be active in your
own learning.
We work closely with Monash University to
identify the skills and attributes that you need
for success.
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A future in...
Arts
all about ARTS
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
Monash University Faculty of Arts is ranked:
17
th
in the world for Linguistics
1
st
in Australia and 19
th
in the world for Communication and Media Studies
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014
Choose your future career:
Marketing and Advertising
Foreign Affairs
Politics
Public Relations
Music Perfomance
International Relations
Tourism
Journalism
Psychology
Linguistics
Diplomat
Media Online, Print, Radio, Television
No matter where you want to go, a Monash University arts
degree can take you there. With a fexible course structure you
can personalise the degree to suit you. Choose a general arts
degree, a specialist arts degree, or take on a double degree
and specialise in two different felds.
Why study Arts at Monash University?
You have the option to choose from 40 areas of study with a Monash University arts degree. Being
the largest faculty of its kind in Australia gives you access to extensive study choices in not just what
you study, but where, and the fexible course structure means you can specialise from day one.
Discover your future at: monash.edu/arts
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Foundation Year
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 1
st
year of an
arts degree at Monash University
You would like to study a double degree and combine
arts with another discipline
You would like to study a range of subjects to suit your
skills and interests
You want to keep your future study options open
Prerequisite subjects
English
Recommended subjects
Mathematics to provide a wider range of degree options
Globalisation or Geography to develop your writing and
research skills
OR
Diploma
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 2
nd
year of an
arts degree at Monash University
You have decided to study psychology,
communications or journalism and want to make an
immediate start on your destination degree
You would like to study subjects that directly relate to
your destination degree
You would like to graduate with two qualifcations;
a diploma and a degree
Areas of Study
Journalism, Media and Culture, Effective Writing,
Communication and Society
Choose your pathway to a successful career
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Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
1
st
Year Monash University*
Arts
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
2
nd
Year Monash University*
Diploma of Arts page 32
Diploma Part 1
February | June | October
8 Months
Diploma Part 2
February | June | October
8 Months
Arts
Devi Rajaram, Singapore
Diploma of Arts, Bachelor of Journalism (Honours),
Journalist at ABC
I always dreamt of being a journalist. I enrolled in the Diploma
of Arts at Monash College and it has been the best experience
of my life and a learning experience beyond my expectations.
My teachers truly cared about the work I produced and were
always there to encourage me to reach my potential. Thanks
to my experience at Monash College, I am now pursuing a
successful career as a journalist at the Australian Broadcasting
Corporation (ABC). Watch Devi's story at: bit.ly/chong-devi
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all about ART & DESIGN
A future in...
Art & Design
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
Choose your future career:
Arts Education
Museum Curatorship and Administration
Art and Design Consultancy
Architecture
Product Design
Digital Design
Animation
Advertising
Graphic Design
Interior Architecture
Studying Art Design & Architecture allows you to put your
creative ideas into practice. Whether youre interested
in a career in designing commercial products or new
digital applications, to developing skyscrapers or creating
contemporary art, gain the skills and knowledge to turn your
vision into reality.
Why study Art Design & Architecture at Monash University?
Monash's Faculty of Art Design & Architecture is a place of creative excellence and innovation.
It fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and is widely respected as a leader in education, creative
practice and research. Be guided by highly regarded industry professionals and theorists, and focus
on studio-based learning, which allows you to actively participate in problem solving and the practice
of creating and making.
Discover your future at: monash.edu/mada
Yawen Hu, China
Diploma of Art & Design, Bachelor of Architecture,
Master of Architecture
My journey to Monash University started with a Diploma of Art
& Design at Monash College. From there, I followed a pathway
to a Bachelor of Architectural Design at Monash in Melbourne,
and now I'm completing a Master of Architecture. Moving to
Melbourne was the obvious choice for me. It has magnifcent
architecture plus, I'm studying in the world's most liveable
city! Living here has helped improve my English and my
confdence. Once Ive completed my studies my dream is to
work in Australia as an architect.
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Choose your pathway to a successful career
OR
Diploma
This pathway is right for you if:
You are interested in a career in art, design
or architecture
You would like to study subjects that directly relate to
your destination degree
You would like to learn a range of creative art and
design skills
You would like to develop a strong and diverse folio of
creative work
Foundation Year
This pathway is right for you if:
You are interested in a career in architecture
You would beneft from studying a dedicated
English subject
You would like to study a range of different subjects to
suit your skills and interests
You would like to keep your future study
options open
Prerequisite subjects
English
Recommended subjects
Any Foundation Year Mathematics to provide a wider
range of degree options
Foundation Year students who already have a folio may be eligible
for additional Art Design & Architecture degrees.
See page 38 for more information.
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Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
1
st
Year Monash University*
Architectural Design
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Diploma of Arts & Design page 33
Diploma Part 1
February | June | October
8 Months
Diploma Part 2
February | June | October
8 Months
1
st
or 2
nd
Year Monash University*
Industrial Design
Interior Architecture
Architectural Design
Fine Arts
Communication Design
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all about BUSINESS
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
A future in...
Business
Choose your future career:
Human Resources
Accounting
Auditing
Marketing
Banking and Finance
Stockbroking
Actuary
International Trade
Event Management
Project Management
Financial Analysis and Forecasting
Business skills are extremely versatile and a business degree
gives you the ability to work in any sector you wish. Whether
you want to work in a multinational organisation, run your own
company or pursue a career in the not-for-proft sector, a degree
in business will give you a future flled with possibilities.
Why study Business at Monash University?
A Monash University Business degree gives you choice and fexibility with the greatest range of
professionally recognised degrees of any Australian university. Business degrees can be combined as
double degrees with almost every other faculty, giving you a multitude of study options. At Monash,
you have access to a wide range of opportunities to extend your learning to give you the edge in the
employment market. You can even expand your experience with international study, industry-based
learning and postgraduate degrees.
Discover your future at: monash.edu/buseco
Monash University is the only university within the prestigious Group of
Eight to have achieved triple accreditation of AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS,
for the Melbourned-based Faculty of Business and Economics.
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Choose your pathway to a successful career
Diploma
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 2
nd
year of a
business degree at Monash University
You want to make an immediate start on your degree in
business, commerce or economics
You would like to study subjects that are directly related
to a business degree
You would like to graduate with two qualifcations; a
diploma and a degree
Areas of Study
Accounting, Marketing, Business Law, Business
Statistics, Economics and Management
Foundation Year
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 1
st
year of a
business or commerce degree at Monash University
You would like to study a double degree and combine
business with another discipline
You want to keep your future study options open
You need to complete the mathematics prerequisite
You would like to study a range of subjects to suit your
skills and interests
Prerequisite subjects
English
Relevant Foundation Year Mathematics
(see destination degrees)
Recommended subjects
Economics
Accounting
OR
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Hongyu Leng (Polly), China
Diploma of Business, Bachelor of Commerce
Monash University is a Group of Eight university internationally
renowned for its business major. When I decided I wanted to
study business overseas, I knew Monash was the best choice.
Monash College offered me the pathway to the Faculty of
Business I was able to fast-track my studies by completing
the equivalent of frst year university in only eight months.
Watch Polly's story at: bit.ly/pollys-journey
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
1
st
Year Monash University*
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Diploma of Business page 35
Diploma Part 1
February | June | October
8 Months
Diploma Part 2
February | June | October
8 Months
1
st
or 2
nd
Year Monash University*
Business
Commerce
Economics
Business Administration
Business
Commerce
Economics
Business Administration
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all about ENGINEERING
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Monash University is ranked in the worlds top 50 universities for
Engineering and Technology.
Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014
A future in...
Engineering
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
Engineers possess a rare combination of skills that place
them in demand all over the world. Engineers apply science
and mathematics to develop new technologies and improve
existing ones. Problem solving, planning skills and the focus on
continuous improvement make engineers competent business
leaders many go on to become CEOs of major organisations.
Why study Engineering at Monash University?
A Monash University engineering degree is well-known for its integration of practical training with
theoretical learning. It is this balanced approach combined with outstanding facilities that help
transform you into an innovative and highly valued professional. Undertake 12 weeks vacation
employment to help you apply your skills to real-life situations.
Choose your future career:
Design and Manufacturing
Research and Development
Consulting
Environmental Management
Sustainability
Robotics and Automation
Aerospace Systems and Flight Controls
Manufacturing Systems
Chemical, Civil, Materials, Mechanical
and Electrical Engineering
Computer Systems Engineering
Discover your future at: monash.edu/engineering
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Choose your pathway to a successful career
Diploma
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 2
nd
year of an
engineering degree at Monash University
You have met the required prerequisites in Mathematics,
Chemistry or Physics
You would like to study subjects that directly relate to
your engineering degree
You are excited about the opportunity of using the Monash
University engineering facilities during your Diploma
You would like to graduate with two qualifcations; a
diploma and a degree
Areas of Study
Computing for Engineers, Mathematics for Engineering,
Engineering Materials, Engineering Structures, Electrical
Systems and Engineering Dynamics
Foundation Year
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 1
st
year of an
engineering degree at Monash
You would like to study a double degree and combine
engineering with another discipline
You want to keep your future study options open
Prerequisite subjects
English
Mathematics or Advanced Mathematics
Chemistry
Physics
Recommended subjects
Consider completing additional bonus units to help boost
your fnal score
OR
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Folei Wong (Joey), China
Monash University Foundation Year
Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Commerce
Education in Australia is very different to China. Completing the
Monash University Foundation Year program helped to prepare
me for the different teaching and learning styles at university
that local students are used to. Thanks to this preparation, I
was successful in securing a scholarship for my double degree
at Monash University.
Watch Joey's story at: bit.ly/chi-joey
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
1
st
Year Monash University*
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Diploma of Engineering page 34
Diploma Part 1
February | June | October
8 Months
Diploma Part 2
February | June | October
12 Months
2
nd
Year Monash University*
Engineering
Aerospace
Mining
Environmental
Computer Systems
Engineering
Aerospace
Mining
Environmental
Computer Systems
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A future in...
Information Technology
IT works alongside industry to research and innovate. Be part
of one of the worlds most dynamic felds and a community
that is changing almost everything we do the way we
communicate, the way business is conducted and the way
entertainment is experienced. IT makes business happen.
Why study Information Technology at Monash University?
At Monash we are in the business of discovering how IT can help us meet key global challenges in
the 21
st
century. We are working on how IT can better support health and medicine, productivity,
social inclusion, sustainable practices, and the delivery of goods and services. Using data mining,
simulation, informatics and knowledge management can help us fnd the solutions.
Choose your future career:
Artifcial Intelligence
Computer Games and Multimedia
Computer Science
Software Design or Engineering
Robotics
Project Manager
Systems Analyst
Data Scientist
Discover your future at: monash.edu/it
all about INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
You could be eligibile for an IT scholarship!
Monashs IT faculty offers International Merit Scholarships to high-achieving
students. Level one scholarship value: A$5000 per annum. Level two
scholarship value: A$7000 per annum.
For more information visit: it.monash.edu/international
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Choose your pathway to a successful career
A future in...
Information Technology
Diploma
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 2
nd
year of an
IT degree at Monash University
You have met the required prerequisites in English
and Mathematics
You would like to graduate with two qualifcations;
a diploma and a degree
Areas of Study
Data Management, Computer Networks and Computing
Foundation Year
This pathway is right for you if:
You want a guaranteed pathway into 1
st
year of an IT
degree at Monash
You would like to study a double degree and combine IT
with another discipline
You want to keep your future study options open
Prerequisite subjects
English
Relevant Foundation Year Mathematics
(see destination degrees)
Recommended subjects
Information Communication Technology
OR
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Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
1
st
Year Monash University*
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Diploma of Engineering (IT stream) page 34
Diploma Part 1
February | June | October
8 Months
Diploma Part 2
February | June | October
8 Months
2
nd
Year Monash University*
Business Information
Systems
Computer Science
Software Engineering
Information Technology
and Systems
Business Information
Systems
Computer Science
Software Engineering
Information Technology
and Systems
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If your ambition is to become a teacher, the Bachelor of
Education (Honours) prepares aspiring educators to be
tomorrow's leaders.
Why study Education at Monash University?
The Bachelor of Education (Honours) is a four-year specialist course which prepares students for
a career as an educator in the early childhood sector, or in primary or secondary schools.
This degree provides you with the essential skills required to be an effective educator as well
as a pathway to further studies. There are eight areas of specialisations to choose from this
allows you to focus and specialise. All are designed to help you develop innovative approaches
to teaching and learning.
A future in...
Education
Choose your future career:
Early Years, Primary and/or
Secondary Teaching
Special Education
Health and Physical Education
Outdoor Education and
Environmental Studies
Discover your future at: monash.edu/education
Education at Monash
University is ranked 6
th

in the world.
QS World University Rankings
by Subject 2014
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Prerequisite subjects:
English and Mathematics
(if you haven't completed Mathematics in Year 11)
Recommended subjects:
Globalisation or Geography to develop writing
and research skills
Education

1
st
Year Monash University*
all about EDUCATION
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
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all about LAW
If youre looking for a career that is challenging, intellectually
stimulating, and promotes ethical thinking, a career in law is
for you.
Why study Law at Monash University?
With a Monash University law degree, make a start on your career from day one. Participate in
international mooting competitions, secure an internship or exchange opportunity with Monashs
partner universities available exclusively to Monash students, or take part in the Monash Clinical
Legal Education program, and gain hands-on legal training and work on real cases with real clients.
A future in...
Law
Choose your future career:
Law (Solicitor or Barrister)
The Judicial System
Government
Media
Business
Politics
Discover your future at: monash.edu/law
The Monash Faculty of
Law is ranked in the top
16 law schools in
the world.
QS World University Rankings
by Subject 2014
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Prerequisite subjects:
English
Recommended subjects:
Mathematics
Globalisation or Geography to develop writing
and research skills
Law

1
st
Year Monash University*
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If you have an enquiring mind, a science degree allows you
to indulge your interests. Science at Monash is all about
choice choose from more than 24 areas of specialisation
from astrophysics to zoology.
Why study Science at Monash University?
Students with a Monash University science degree are welcomed by employers worldwide in
industries such as mining, fnance, research, health and more. The choice is yours! Depending
on your future goals and interests, you may combine a science degree with a degree in arts,
engineering, education, IT, commerce, law or health sciences.
A future in...
Science
Choose your future career:
Forensic Science
Ecologist
Environmental Science
Genetics
Geology
Financial Consultancy
Mathematical Modelling
Biomedical Imaging
Discover your future at: monash.edu/science
As a Foundation Year
student you will benet
from the well-equipped
science labs, and our focus
on collaborative learning
and practical experience.
1
st
Year Monash University*
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Science

Prerequisite subjects:
English, Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics,
Chemistry, Biology or Physics
(see destination degrees)
Recommended subjects:
Globalisation to develop writing and
research skills
all about SCIENCE
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
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The sky's the limit with a degree in pharmacy or
pharmaceutical science. You'll be part of an industry that is
dynamic, challenging and always changing.
Why study Pharmacy at Monash University?
A Monash University Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Science degree helps you build your
professional practice skills from day one with learning and teaching in world-class facilities,
including classrooms that immerse you in industry settings and online virtual tableting labs.
Our pharmaceutical science program is recognised by the Royal Australian Chemistry Institute,
which means that future employers know that you are highly qualifed.
A future in...
Pharmacy
all about PHARMACY
Choose your future career:
Pharmacy (Retail)
Hospitals
Biotechnology
Drug Development
Food Technology
Formulation Science
Intellectual Property
Medicine Research
Discover your future at: monash.edu/pharm
1
st
Year Monash University*
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Pharmaceutical Science
Pharmacy

Prerequisite subjects:
English
Chemistry
Mathematics or Advanced Mathematics
Recommended subjects:
Biology, Physics, Accounting or Economics
Monash is ranked
number 1 in Australia
and the Asia-Pacic
region and top 10 in the
world for pharmacy
and pharmacology.
QS World University Rankings
by Subject 2014
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No matter what role you wish to play in the healthcare
industry doctor, surgeon, biomedical scientist, nurse,
psychologist, nutritionist or physiotherapist a degree in
medicine, nursing and health sciences can take you there.
Why study Medicine at Monash University?
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences offers courses unmatched by other
universities. Monash is the only Australian university represented in the prestigious M8 Alliance of
academic health centres and medical universities. As a Monash student you can take advantage
of Monashs relationships with industry leaders and work alongside them in professional and
clinical settings.
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Australian Year 11 or 12
or equivalent
Foundation Year page 24
1
st
Year Monash University*
Biomedical Science Psychology
Emergency Health (Paramedic)
Medicine/Surgery Nursing
Nutrition and Dietetics Health Science
Occupational Therapy Physiotherapy
Medicine
Prerequisite subjects:
English and Chemistry, relevant Foundation Year
Mathematics or Physics (destination degrees)
Recommended subjects:
Biology, Mathematics or Advanced Mathematics
will provide a wider range of degree options
A future in...
Medicine
Choose your future career:
Medicine
Nursing
Psychology
Occupational Therapy
Radiography and Medical Imaging
Emergency Health
Physiotherapy
Nutrition and Dietetics
Discover your future at: monash.edu/medicine
Some Medicine, Nursing and Health Science degrees have limited places.
Bonus points can
boost your nal score!
Entry into the faculty is
highly competitive;
to ensure you achieve the
best result, we recommend
adding bonus units to
your Standard program.
Monash is ranked
38
th
in the world for
clinical, pre-clinical
and health programs.
Times Higher Education World
University Rankings 2014
all about MEDICINE
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
Australian Year 11 or 12 or equivalent
Foundation Year page 26
Standard
Jan | July
12 Months
Intensive
March | Sept
9 Months
Extended
March | Sept
15 Months
1
st
Year Monash University*
Prerequisite subjects:
English and Chemistry, relevant Foundation Year Mathematics or Physics
(see destination degrees)
Recommended subjects:
Biology, Mathematics or Advanced Mathematics will provide a wider range
of degree options
Biomedical Science
Psychology
Emergency Health (Paramedic)
Medicine
Nursing
Nutrition and Dietetics
Health Science
Occupational Therapy
Physiotherapy
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Serena Menezes
Monash University Foundation Year
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery
Studying Foundation Year at Monash College offered the
perfect pathway for me to enter medicine at Monash.
The teachers provided me with lots of support through subject
counselling, interview training and arranging meetings with
faculty representatives.
Their guidance and feedback made me very well prepared
and equipped with outstanding academic skills that I need to
complete university assessments.
I would defnitely recommend Monash College as the pathway
to Monash University!
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Unit 1 English
Three Unit 1 subjects
One optional unit
(for bonus points)
Unit 2 English
Two Unit 2 subjects
One Unit 1 or 2 subject
One optional unit
(for bonus points)
CRICOS 071178G
Two optional bonus units
(5% extra unit score added to total score)*
See Standard format
(not eligible for optional unit)
Unit 2 English
+ Unit 1 Mathematics
+ Unit 2 Chemistry or
Unit 2 Accounting
+ any other subject Unit 1 or 2
Unit 1 English
+ Unit 2 Mathematics
+ Unit 1 Chemistry or
Unit 1 Accounting
CRICOS 071180C
See Standard format
(not eligible for optional unit)
+ Unit 3 Extended English
+ Unit 4 Extended English
Subjects specific to the Extended format do not
contribute to your final Foundation Year score
CRICOS 072824G
all about FOUNDATION YEAR
Monash University Foundation Year (commonly known as
MUFY) is a pre-university program that prepares international
students for entry to any Monash University degree.
Course structure
Foundation Year is offered in three formats Standard, Intensive and Extended. This fexibility enables
students to complete the program in the most appropriate time and to be grouped with other students
of similar academic and English language abilities.
To successfully complete the program all students must pass a minimum of eight units.
The unit combination must consist of:
Unit 1 and 2 of English
Unit 1 and 2 of at least two other subjects
AND two additional units
How to choose the best format
Everyone learns at a different level and speed. Monash College assesses each application and issues
an offer to the intake that best suits the individual to give students the greatest chance to succeed.
OR OR
Foundation Year
Five reasons to choose
Monash University
Foundation Year
1. Guaranteed entry into
1
st
year of more than
200 Monash University
degrees*
2. Choose from 13 subjects
to suit your skills,
interests and destination
degree
3. Comprehensive student
support to help you
achieve your study goals
4. Targeted university
preparation develop the
skills and condence to
succeed
5. Live and study in
Melbourne, the world's
most liveable city
* Based on achieving required
grades and meeting
prerequisite subjects.
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
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Subject choices
Subjects About
Accounting Accounting is the process of recording and reporting fnancial data that is analysed and communicated to internal
and external stakeholders. This subject focuses on sole proprietor trading businesses to help you develop a
foundation for the frst year of your undergraduate studies before following your pathway to a career in business
and fnance.
Advanced
Mathematics
If you are considering a university course with a high mathematical component, Advanced Mathematics will help
you prepare. Extend your knowledge through the study of complex numbers, matrices and linear algebra, vectors,
circular and inverse circular functions, differential calculus, differential equations, kinematics, and vector calculus.
Biology In Biology, explore the structure and function of cells, and the way in which humans regulate their body
temperatures and glucose levels. Discover more about genetically inherited traits, the evolution of life forms and
how we protect ourselves and recover from diseases.
Chemistry Chemistry examines the structure, composition and properties of the Universe. Be introduced to physical, analytical,
organic and inorganic chemistry via topics such as atomic structure, chemical analysis, and industrial processes
and energy. Establish a solid foundation of knowledge while developing your experimental investigation skills.
Economics Economics is the study of choices that individuals, organisations and governments make in order to allocate
resources in an economy. Many undergraduate degrees require completion of economics units this subject will
provide you with a solid understanding of micro and macroeconomics before commencing your tertiary studies.
English English develops your language skills, research skills, organisational and study skills in preparation for tertiary
education in Australia. Learn how to be a confdent speaker, and a competent listener, develop your critical and
creative analysis skills and become a profcient reader and writer of the English language.
Fundamental
Mathematics
Fundamental Mathematics helps you develop strong numeracy skills specifcally with a business focus. Learn
about: numbers and operations; ratio and proportion; algebra; sequences and series; business mathematics; non-
linear functions and applications; statistics and networks.
Geography In Geography, you will study natural and human environments, global and regional issues, and interactions that
shape and change our world. Develop your critical thinking, research, presentation and group work skills skills
directly transferable to your university studies in Australia that focus on collaborative learning.
Globalisation Globalisation helps you understand the economic, political and cultural links that connect the people and nations
of the world. Learn about how your country connects with the countries of your peers and develop skills in critical
thinking, research and writing, analysis, and group work to prepare you for university. A useful subject if you are
following a pathway to business, arts, law, journalism, politics or education.
Information and
Communication
Technology
Become familiar with the components and uses for network-connected computers. Explore computer hardware,
software, operating systems and business applications such as word processors, spreadsheets and database
management systems. You will also learn about design, development and testing to assist with program
problem-solving.
Mathematics Mathematics is a prerequisite for most university courses. In this subject you will develop your mathematical
knowledge and practical skills of functions, graphs, calculus, sequences, series, probability and statistics, to
prepare you for your tertiary studies.
Music An ideal academic subject for high-achieving music students to count towards your fnal score. Receive individual
tuition on your chosen instrument (or voice) and learn a variety of repertoire. Look at the theory of music, improve
your aural skills, choral work, and learn about the history of music while developing your creative, intuitive side.
Physics Physics introduces you to the concepts, models and applications of classical mechanics, waves, electricity and
magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics. Use Newtons Laws and the concepts of energy, momentum,
electromagnetism and quantum physics to solve problems based on real-life situations.
Assessment
Most subject assessment consists of practical work, assignments, essays and a fnal exam.
Unit descriptions visit: monashcollege.edu.au/foundationyear
Foundation Year
Boost your score with bonus points!
With the Standard format, we recommend you study up to two additional
units to give you 10 units in total.
For each additional unit passed, you'll receive 1.25% of the unit score as a
bonus to add to your fnal MUFY score!
Bonus points + MUFY score = more opportunities!
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all about FOUNDATION YEAR
Foundation Year
Support during your studies
Thi Quynh Chi Nguyen (Chi), Vietnam
Monash University Foundation Year, Bachelor of Engineering
When I frst came to Monash College, I had to learn
to study independently but that didn't mean that I had
to study by myself. I was able to ask for help from my
teachers whenever I needed it. Because of my time at
Monash College I feel I have become more mature and
better prepared for university life.
Watch Chi's story at: bit.ly/chi-joey
Academic support
At Foundation Year you will have access to:
homework support classes to help you
complete your assessments
weekly support tutorials for all subjects ask
questions after class
weekly mathematics drop in sessions
subject consultations with Heads of Studies
exam preparation workshops
online access to extra teaching resources.
Health and wellbeing
We will support you with:
psychologist and counsellor on site to offer
academic, personal and emotional support
regular monitoring of students under 18
student attendance recorded
weekly homegroup classes discuss any
issues and learn study tips
student experience coordinator who arranges
activities to help you meet new friends.
Careers counselling
We offer careers support including:
advice to help you reach your
destination degree
hear from all 10 faculties at careers expos
held each semester
visit the University and become familiar with
the campuses
individual course counselling sessions
weekly careers newsletter
assistance with university and
scholarship applications.
English preparation
Make sure you're confdent in English
before you start university:
complete the Monash English Placement
Test and enter without an IELTS
receive a conditional offer if you do not meet
the English language requirements for direct
entry into Foundation Year
learn the Monash teaching and studying style
successfully complete Monash English and
have guaranteed entry to Foundation Year.
For many students, the classroom and learning style at Monash
is very different to the studying style of their home country. We
provide academic, pastoral, English and careers support during
Foundation Year so you are prepared for success at university.
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Foundation Year entry requirements
Entry requirements vary depending on country. Please refer to our website for a complete list:
monashcollege.edu.au/foundationyear
Age
You must be 16 years of age or older when you enrol. If you do not meet the age requirements, you may be offered a deferred place.
English language
Foundation Year applicants must meet one of the following requirements:
English requirement Standard Intensive Extended
IELTS 5.5 Writing 5.5 6.0 no band less than 5.5 5.0 no band less than 5.0
TOEFL Paper based 471, TWE 4.5 523, TWE 4.5 433, TWE 4.0
TOEFL Internet based 52 Writing 19 69 Writing 19, Speaking 16,
Reading 10, Listening 9
40 Writing 15, Speaking 14,
Reading and Listening 5
Monash English 5 6 4
Academic
Country Qualifcation Calculation Standard Intensive Extended
Australia* Year 11
Overall average in academic subjects 60% 65% 55%
Year 12 Final ATAR Score 50 50 50
China Gao Er (Senior Middle Year 2)
Overall average in academic subjects 70% 75% 65%
Gao San (Senior Middle Year 3) Overall average in academic subjects 65% 65% 65%
Hong Kong* HKCEE
Based on fve passes with a minimum score 4 Ds 2 Ds and
2 Cs
2 Ds
HKDSE (Senior Secondary 2) Average of best four academic subjects
50% pass scale
60% 65% 55%
40% pass scale 55% 60% 50%
HKDSE (Senior Secondary 3)
Total score of the best fve subjects taken from
Category A and C subjects
10 11 8
Hong Kong A Levels
Total score of the best three A Level subjects
taken in one academic year
3 3 3
Indonesia SMA2
Overall average in academic subjects 6.5 7.0 6.0
SMA3
Overall average in academic subjects 6.0 6.0 6.0
Malaysia* SPM
Total score of the best fve academic subjects 15 19 12
Unifed Examination
Certifcate (UEC)
Overall average of best fve academic subjects;
maximum score

8.0

8.0

8.0
STPM
Total score of the best three academic subjects 6.0 6.0 6.0
Singapore* GCE O Levels
Total score of the best fve academic subjects 15 17 11
GCE A Level
Total score of the best three H2 Level subjects
(including fails) taken in one academic year
3 3 3
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka O Levels
Total score of best fve academic subjects 15 17 12
Sri Lanka A Level
Total score of best three A Level
academic subjects
4 4 4
United Arab
Emirates
Year 12 General Secondary
Education Certifcate
(Tawjihiyah)
Overall average in academic subjects
70% n/a 65%
Vietnam Year 11
Overall average in academic subjects
7.0 7.5 6.5
Year 12 Bang tot nghiap pho
thong trung hoc
Overall average in academic subjects
6.5 6.5 6.5
*Applicants from these countries do not need an IELTS or TOEFL test to meet the English language requirements, provided they meet the minimum
English score for the Australian Year 11 equivalent qualifcation.
Foundation Year
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all about DIPLOMAS
Monash College Diplomas offer specialist preparation for
direct entry into your chosen Monash University degree.
Choose to study art and design, arts, business, IT
or engineering.
Course structure
Monash College Diplomas are in two parts, Part 1 and Part 2 each lasts eight months
#
. You may
enter the program at Part 1 or Part 2 depending on your qualifcations and results. The Diploma
program has been specifcally developed with Monash University faculties and academic staff to
prepare you for success in your destination degree.
Diploma Part 1
Diploma Part 1 is designed for students
who have completed Australian Year 11
or its equivalent. Unlike a general Year 12
qualifcation, our diplomas let you specialise
in the subjects that are most relevant to your
destination degree.
After achieving the required marks in Diploma
Part 1, you can either enter the frst year of
a linked undergraduate degree at Monash
University or complete the Diploma Part 2.
Diploma Part 2
During Part 2 you will study the same curriculum
and complete the same assessments as frst
year university students, with the added support
of the College environment.
By achieving the required grades in your
diploma studies, you will be able to enter
Monash University in the second year of your
destination degree.
Diplomas
Monash English
Bridging (15 weeks)
IELTS 5.0
(writing 5.0)
Monash English
Bridging (10 weeks)
IELTS 5.5
(writing 5.5)
Diploma Part 1 or Part 2
Diploma Part 2
Monash
University
Be better prepared with Monash English Bridging
To succeed at Monash University you need strong English language and academic skills. Our
Monash English Bridging (MEB) program is ideal for students who have met the academic
requirements but need additional support to meet the English language requirements. By
completing the MEB program you will develop your English language skills and learn how to write
essays, how to reference, and other valuable study skills that will help you succeed at Monash.
Once you have successfully completed the program, you will move directly into your chosen
Monash College Diploma.
If your IELTS score (or equivalent) is below 5.0, consider our Monash English pathway.
For more information visit: monashcollege.edu.au/english
Five reasons to
choose a Diploma
1. Guaranteed entry into 1
st

or 2
nd
year of a Monash
University degree*
2. Make friends and settle
in with our four-week
Get Connected program
3. Study on campus
and become part of
university life
4. Develop your leadership
skills by joining the
Mentor program
5. Fast-track your studies
by completing 1
st
year
university subjects in
just 8 months
#
#
Not applicable for all
Diploma streams.
*Entry requirements apply into Monash College and Monash University programs.
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Country Qualication Calculation Diploma
Part 1
Diploma Part 2
Arts (HB),
Engineering
(IT)/A&D
Arts (Psych),
Business,
Engineering
Australia Year 11
Overall average in academic subjects 60% n/a n/a
Year 12
Final ATAR score. 50 65/50 70
China Gao Er Senior Middle Year 2
Overall average in academic subjects 70% n/a n/a
Gao San Senior Middle Year 3
Overall average in academic subjects 65% 75% 80%
Hong Kong HKCEE
Based on fve passes with a minimum score 4 Ds n/a n/a
HKDSE Senior Secondary 2
(Form 5)
Average of best four academic subjects
50% pass scale
60% n/a n/a
40% pass scale 55% n/a n/a
HKDSE Senior Secondary 3
Total score of the best fve subjects taken
from Category A and C subjects
10 13 14
Indonesia SMA2
Overall average in academic subjects 6.5 n/a n/a
SMA3
Overall average in academic subjects 6.0 6.0 7.0
Malaysia SPM
Total score of the best fve academic subjects 15 n/a n/a
Unifed Examination Certifcate
(UEC)
Overall average of the best fve academic
subjects maximum score
8.0 7.5 7.0
STPM
Total score of the best three academic subjects 6 6.6 7.5
Singapore GCE O Levels
Total score of the best fve academic subjects 15 n/a n/a
GCE A Level
Total score of the best three H2 Level
subjects (including fails) taken in one
academic year
3 5 6
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka O Level
Total score of the best fve academic subjects 15 n/a n/a
Sri Lanka A Level
Total score of the best three A Level
academic subjects (including fails) taken in
one academic year
4 6 7
United Arab
Emirates
Year 12 General Secondary
Education Certifcate (Tawjihiyah)
Overall average in academic subjects 70% n/a n/a
Vietnam Year 11
Overall average in academic subjects 7.0 n/a n/a
Year 12 Bang tot nghiap pho
thong trung hoc
Overall average in academic subjects 6.5 6.5 7.0
Prerequisites: All applicants must meet English and additional course prerequisites which are equivalent to an Australian Year 11 (Part 1)
or Australian Year 12 (Part 2). Additional course prerequisites include:
Diploma of Art & Design: Part 1: Bachelor of Industrial Design requires Mathematics (Australian Year 12 equivalent). NB Applicable for
Semester 2, 2014 admission only. Part 2: folio of 1015 pieces.
Diploma of Business: Part 1: Mathematics. Part 2 Business stream: Mathematics. Part 2 Commerce stream: higher level Mathematics.
Diploma of Engineering: Part 1: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. Part 2 Engineering stream: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Part 2 IT stream: higher level Mathematics.
Diplomas
English requirement Diploma Part 1
(excluding Diploma of Arts Part 1)
Diploma Part 2 & Diploma of Arts Part 1
IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) 6.0 Writing 6.0
TOEFL Paper based 471, TWE 4 523, TWE 4.5
TOEFL Internet based 52 Writing 15, Speaking 14,
Listening and Reading 5
69 Writing 21
Monash English Bridging Successful completion of 15 week program Successful completion of 10 or 15 week program
Diploma entry requirements
Entry requirements vary depending on country. Please refer to our website for a complete list: monashcollege.edu.au/diploma
Age
To be eligible to enrol you must be 16 years of age (Part 1) and 17 years of age (Part 2). If you do not meet the age requirements,
you may be offered a deferred place.
English language
Diploma applicants must meet one of the following requirements or complete the Monash English Bridging pathway:
Academic entry requirements
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all about DIPLOMA OF ARTS
Choose the Diploma of Arts and make an immediate start on your
destination degree.
Select the Human Behaviour or the Psychology stream depending on your career pathway
and study subjects tailored to preparing you for success during your degree. Develop a strong
foundation in communication, journalism and psychology, interact with current arts students
and access the Monash Clayton campus world-class facilities.
Assessment is varied to suit different learning styles and includes a combination of written
examinations, reports, research papers, peer assessments, group projects, oral presentations
and tutorial assessments.
Diploma of Arts CRICOS 061625F
Diplomas
Note: Units may not be available every trimester.
Choose your Diploma of Arts pathway
PART 1
Trimester 1
Media Studies A: Film Studies
Introduction to Journalism
The Art of Communication
Data Analysis
Trimester 2
Media Studies B: Mass Communication
and the Modern World
Intercultural Business Communication
Introduction to Psychology
The Modern World*
PART 2 Choose your Diploma of Arts stream
Psychology Human Behaviour
Trimester 1
Effective Writing 1: Academic Writing
Media and Culture
Understanding Human Behaviour
Journalism 1
Trimester 1
Effective Writing 1: Academic Writing
Media and Culture
Journalism 1
Psychology 1A
Trimester 2
Communications and Society
Introduction to Social Behaviour
Journalism 2
Plus one elective from:
Managerial Communication
Contemporary Worlds
Trimester 2
Communications and Society
Journalism 2
Psychology 1B
Plus one elective from:
Managerial Communication
Contemporary Worlds
Were here to help
you succeed
Make the most of
weekly English language
workshops for Arts
Diploma students.
Course advice offered
by teachers and learning
consultants.
Informal one to one
support sessions with
teachers and learning
consultants.
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all about DIPLOMA OF ART & DESIGN
Choose the Diploma of Art & Design and make an immediate start on your destination degree.
We pride ourselves on working closely with Monash Art Design & Architecture to ensure you gain the confdence, skills
and knowledge to achieve your career goals. Select your stream: Industrial Design, Architecture, Interior Architecture or
Communication Design, and prepare yourself for a range of degrees in design, architecture or fne arts. Enjoy well-equipped
classrooms and studios at the Universitys Caulfeld campus labs with the latest Mac computers, printers and scanners, and
purpose-designed studios for design, drawing and visual arts.
Trimester 1
Drawing A
Art and Design Theory A
Basic Design Studio A
Visual Arts Studio A
Trimester 2
Basic Design Studio B
Visual Arts Studio B
Drawing B
Art and Design Theory B
Trimester 1
Architecture Studio 1
Drawing C
Art & Design Theory C
Intro Art & Design Health & Safety
(non credit-point unit)
Trimester 1
Choose your Diploma of Art & Design stream
Industrial Design, Architecture/Interior Architecture or Communication Design
Diplomas
Enter frst year of:
Bachelor of Industrial Design
(4 units credit)
Enter frst year of:
Bachelor of Interior
Architecture (3 units credit)
Bachelor of Architectural
Design (3 units credit)
Enter second year of:
Bachelor of Communication
Design (6 units credit)
The Diploma of Art & Design is based at Monash Caulfeld beside the Faculty of Art
Design & Architecture. This means youll have access to award-winning campus facilities,
dedicated design studios, university workshops and the Monash University Museum of Art.
Trimester 1
Communication Design
Studio 1
Drawing C
Art & Design Theory C
Intro Art & Design Health & Safety
(non-credit point unit)
Trimester 2
Communication Design
Studio 2
Art & Design Theory D
Plus one elective from:
3D Design and Animation
Photo Media Imaging 1
Students intending to enter the Bachelor of Architectural Design will complete MCD1550 (Introductory Mathematics for Business) instead
of MCD1590 (The Modern World).
Diploma of Art & Design CRICOS 045084G
PART 1 PART 2
All Students
Industrial Design
Architecture/
Interior Architecture
Communication
Design
Develop your folio
During Part 1 of the Diploma of Art & Design you will develop
your personal folio of work this folio will showcase your
strengths and abilities and assist you in the future.
Basic Design Studio C
Art and Design Theory C
Digital Imaging
Drawing C
Intro Art & Design Health & Safety
(non credit-point unit)
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all about DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING
Choose the Diploma of Engineering and make an immediate start on your
destination degree.
Learn on campus at Monash Clayton and study subjects to set you up for whichever pathway
you wish to pursue. Engineering stream students can access the Universitys unique, world-class
facilities such as high-voltage labs, wind tunnels and wave tanks or apply to become part of
Monash Motorsport. IT stream students consider getting involved in the IT boot camp and
learn how to program computer games.
Assessment is varied to suit different learning styles and includes a combination of written
exams, group projects, oral presentations, online assessments, poster presentations and
tutorial assessments.
Diploma of Engineering CRICOS 043634K
Diplomas
Trimester 2
Chemistry A
Physics A
Engineering Mathematics A
Engineering Practices
PART 1
Trimester 1
Introductory Engineering Computing
Introductory Chemistry
Introductory Physics
Applied Mathematics
Trimester 1 Trimester 1
Computing for Engineers
Mathematics for Engineering
Plus one elective from:
Physics for Engineering
Chemistry for Engineering
Data Management
Computing for Engineers
Plus two electives from:
Algorithmic Problem Solving
Chemistry for Engineering
Management 1: Managing People
and Organisations
Trimester 2 & 3
(choose fve elective units completed
over two trimesters)
Process Systems Analysis
Engineering Structures
Electrical Systems
Engineering Dynamics
Engineering Materials
Engineering Profession
Trimester 2
Computers and Networks
Engineering Profession
Plus two electives from:
Mathematics for Engineering
Business Statistics
Physics for Engineering
Note: Elective units may not be available every trimester.
Fast-track your
Engineering studies
The T3 Fast Track
program is ideal for
students who are
eligible for direct
entry into frst year
of an undergraduate
engineering degree at
Monash University, but
do not want to wait for
the March intake.
By applying for the
Diploma of Engineering
and commencing your
studies in October, you
could fast-track your
studies and complete
your Diploma in just
eight months in time
to start second year at
Monash University in
the following July.
Choose your Diploma of Engineering pathway
PART 2 choose your Diploma of Engineering stream
Engineering Information Technology
Interested in aerospace
engineering?
You have the opportunity
to complete your Private
Pilot License through the
Australian Airline Pilot
Academy, as one of
your Engineering
stream trimesters.
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all about DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS
Choose the Diploma of Business and make an immediate start on your destination degree.
Select the Business or Commerce stream depending on your career pathway and study subjects such as accounting,
management, marketing or economics. These units will provide you with an ideal start for a future career in business, government,
or local and international enterprise. Interact with current students and use the Monash Clayton campus world-class facilities.
Assessment is varied to suit different learning styles and includes essays, business reports, regular tests and a fnal exam.
Trimester 2
Trimester 2
Business Law
Business Statistics
Choose two electives from:
Management 2:
Managerial Communication
Accounting 2
Macroeconomics
Marketing 2:
Buyer Behaviour
Business Mathematics
Diplomas
Choose your Diploma of Business stream
PART 1 PART 1
Trimester 1
Accounting for Business
Introduction to Management
Data Analysis
Introductory Economics
Trimester 1
Accounting 1
Microeconomics
Management 1:
Managing People &
Organisations
Marketing 1:
Marketing Theory & Practice
Trimester 2
Introduction to Marketing
Introductory Law
Intercultural Business
Communication
Applied Mathematics
Trimester 1
Accounting for Business
Introduction to Management
Introductory Economics
Data Analysis
Trimester 2
Business Law
Business Statistics
Choose two electives from:
Management 2: Managerial
Communication
Accounting 2
Macroeconomics
Marketing 2: Buyer Behaviour
Functions & their Applications*
Trimester 1
Accounting 1
Microeconomics
Management 1: Managing
People & Organisations
Marketing 1:
Marketing Theory & Practice
*Functions & their Applications or Business Mathematics are compulsory for entry into Faculty of Business and Economics
destination degrees for students who have not satisfed the mathematics prerequisite in Part 1 or in previous secondary studies.
Introduction to Marketing
Introductory Law
Intercultural Business
Communication
Introductory Mathematics
for Business
Diploma of Business CRICOS 043633M
Business Commerce
PART 2 PART 2
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all about ENGLISH AT MONASH
Success at Monash University requires a strong ability in
English and exceptional academic skills. With lectures and
classes conducted in English, you will contribute to and
participate in class discussions from your frst day.
The Monash University English Language Centre offers a range of academic and professional
English language programs to help students gain the profciency in English required for success at
one of the worlds top universities.
Our courses are specifcally designed to align with the requirements of Monash College and
Monash University we teach in the Monash style ensuring you receive the best possible
preparation for the course youre aiming to enter.
Monash English
Monash English is designed to improve your
language skills to help you communicate better
in English. You will:
develop strategies to study independently
develop your critical and creative thinking skills
develop your confdence in class participation
develop skills to form and communicate your
personal opinion
learn how to research and present
an argument.
All these aspects of your program will give you
the skills and confdence you'll need to succeed
at Monash. We offer programs from Elementary
to Advanced intakes begin every fve weeks.
Monash English Bridging
Monash English Bridging is ideal for students
who have met the academic language
requirements for a Monash College Diploma or
Monash University course, but haven't met the
English language requirements.
It is a targeted program aligned to the
academic expectations of Monash.
You will learn how to:
write essays
reference your sources
think critically
articulate your opinion.
Five reasons to study
English at Monash
1. Our programs are
designed for
Monash students
2. Improve your English
language and
conversation skills by
using English everyday
3. Be better prepared for
your future studies by
learning academic skills
you will need at Monash
4. Dedicated student
support and student
experience teams
5. Make new friends who are
also going to Monash
Your English pathway
Monash English
Placement Test or IELTS*
IELTS*
Monash English
Monash English IELTS
Monash English
Bridging
Monash College
Diploma
Monash University
Foundation Year
*Or other recognised English language test.
English language
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Kai Kong Chan (Chong), Hong Kong
Monash English Bridging, Diploma of Business, Bachelor of Commerce
Because I completed the Monash English Bridging program in
Melbourne, I was so well prepared before I started my academic
studies at Monash.
Classes were conducted on campus so I became familiar with
university life and the Monash culture, and made new friends
before I commenced.
I learnt how to write an academic essay and an annotated
bibliography, which was essential for assessment. My teachers
even helped me learn how to take notes during a lecture!
Watch Chong's story at: bit.ly/chong-devi
English language
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all about DESTINATION DEGREES
Entry Requirements
Foundation Year Diploma
Course Course Code Campus Score Score (%) English Prerequisites Part 1 Part 2
Art Design & Architecture Diploma of Art & Design
Architectural Design 3119 Caulfeld 305 76.25 65 N 75 65
Design
Communication Design
Industrial Design
3123
2122
Caulfeld 255 63.75 65 Y 75 50
Fine Art 2119 Caulfeld 255 63.75 65 Y 75 50
Interior Architecture (Honours) 2126 Caulfeld 255 63.75 65 Y 75 50
Arts Diploma of Arts
Arts 0002 Clayton,
Caulfeld
290 /
270
72.5 /
67.5%
65 N 80 50
Music 0821 Clayton 255 63.75 65 Y n/a n/a
Business and Economics Diploma of Business
Business 3806 Caulfeld 280 70 65 Y 80 60
Business Administration 4436 Berwick 240 60 65 Y 70 50
Business Specialist
Business (Banking and Finance)
1
Business (Accounting)
2
Business (Marketing)
3
0312
0315
0314
Caulfeld 280 70 65 Y 80 60
International Business B2005 City 280 70 65 Y n/a n/a
Commerce 0179 Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y 80 70
Commerce Specialist
Economics
Commerce (Accounting & Finance)
4
0023
2015
Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y 80 70
Engineering Diploma of Engineering
Engineering (Honours) 4632 Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y 80 55
Aerospace Engineering (Honours) 4639 Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y n/a 55
Environmental Engineering (Honours) 4643 Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y n/a 55
Mining Engineering (Honours) 4618 Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y n/a 55
Software Engineering 2770 Clayton 305 76.25 65 Y n/a 60
IT Diploma of Engineering (IT)
Business Information Systems
5
3333 Clayton 290 72.5 65 Y n/a 60
Computer Science 2380 Clayton 290 72.5 65 Y n/a 60
Below are proposed changes to the award titles for 2016:
1
To be replaced by the Bachelor of Banking and Finance
2
To be replaced by the Bachelor of Accounting
3
To be replaced by the Bachelor of Marketing
4
To be replaced by the Bachelor of Accounting and Finance
5
To be replaced by the Bachelor of Information Technology
6
To be replaced by the Bachelor of Emergency Practice
For Monash College graduates commencing in year one at Monash
in 2016 or year two in 2017.
Foundation Year Entry Requirements*
Course Course Code Campus Score Score (%) English Prerequisites
Education
Education (Honours) D3001 Peninsula, Berwick 280 70 65 Y
Law
Law (Honours) L3001 Clayton 340 85 70 N
Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences*
Biomedical Science 2230 Clayton 320 80 80 Y
Emergency Health (Paramedic)
6
3445 Peninsula 290 72.5 70 Y
Health Science 3882 Caulfeld 255 63.75 70 N
Medicine and Surgery (Honours) 0040 Clayton 355 88.75 80 Y
Nursing 0727 Clayton, Peninsula 270 67.5 70 Y
Occupational Therapy (Honours) M3001 Peninsula 290 72.5 70 N
Physiotherapy (Honours) M3002 Peninsula 320 80 75 Y
Psychological Science (Honours) 3883 Clayton 305 76.25 70 N
Radiography and Medical Imaging (Honours) 4526 Clayton 320 80 80 Y
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science
Pharmaceutical Science 2894 Parkville 290 72.5 65 Y
Pharmacy (Honours) P3001 Parkville 310 77.5 65 Y
Science
Science S2000 Clayton 255 63.75 65 Y
Destination degrees
There are some changes to a number of awards listed below proposed for 2016.
Please see footnotes.
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Entry Requirements
Diploma
Course Course Code Campus Part 1 Part 2
Arts Diploma of Arts
Arts 0002 Clayton, Caulfeld 80 50
Journalism 4042 Caulfeld 80 50
Art Design & Architecture Diploma of Art & Design
Architectural Design 3119 Caulfeld 75 65
Communication Design 3123 Caulfeld 75 50
Fine Art 2119 Caulfeld 75 50
Industrial Design (Honours) 2122 Caulfeld 75 50
Interior Architecture (Honours) 2126 Caulfeld 75 50
Business and Economics Diploma of Business
Business 3806 Caulfeld 80 60
Business (Banking and Finance) 0312 Caulfeld 80 60
Business (Accounting) 0315 Caulfeld 80 60
Business (Marketing) 0314 Caulfeld 80 60
Business Administration 4436 Berwick 70 50
Commerce 0179 Clayton 80 70
Economics 0023 Clayton 80 70
Commerce (Accounting & Finance) 2015 Clayton 80 70
Engineering Diploma of Engineering
Engineering (Honours) 4632 Clayton 80 55
Environmental Engineering (Honours) 4643 Clayton n/a 55
Aerospace Engineering (Honours) 4639 Clayton n/a 55
Mining Engineering (Honours) 4618 Clayton n/a 55
Information Technology Diploma of Engineering (IT)
Business Information Systems 3333 Clayton n/a 60
Computer Science 2380 Clayton n/a 60
Information Technology and Systems 3334 Caulfeld n/a 50
Software Engineering 2770 Clayton n/a 60
Additional prerequisites from Foundation Year into Monash University destination degrees
Faculty Requirement
Art Design & Architecture Listed degrees (except Architectural Design): 1015 piece folio. For folio guidelines visit artdes.monash.edu/apply
Arts Music: Performance audition.
Business Business Administration: Australian Year 11 Mathematics.
All other Business degrees: Mathematics (Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Commerce/Economics degrees: Higher level Mathematics (Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Engineering Listed degrees: Higher level Mathematics and at least one of Chemistry or Physics (all Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Education Mathematics (Australian Year 11 equivalent).
Information Technology Business Information Systems: Mathematics (Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Computer Science: Higher level Mathematics (Australian Year 12 equivalent).
MNHS Biomedical Science: Chemistry and one of higher level Mathematics or Physics (all Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Emergency Health (Paramedic): Mathematics (Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Medicine/Surgery: Chemistry (Australian Year 12, 80% equivalent), ISAT and interview.
Nursing: Mathematics (Australian Year 11 equivalent).
Physiotherapy: Any two of Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics or Physics (all Australian Year 12 equivalent) and interview.
Radiography & Medical Imaging (Honours): Higher level Mathematics, Physics or Biology (all Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Pharmacy Listed degrees: Chemistry (min 75%) and higher-level Mathematics (min 75%) (all Australian Year 12 equivalent).
Science One of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Geography, Psychology or Mathematics at a higher level
(all Australian Year 12 equivalent).
*Due to limited places for some MNHS degrees, fulflling minimum entry requirements does not guarantee a place.
Unit prerequisites from Diplomas into Monash University may apply.
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Destination degrees are subject to change. For a complete list visit: monashcollege.edu.au
For Monash College graduates commencing year two at Monash
in 2015 or 2016.
Destination degrees
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all about STUDENT SUPPORT
Accommodation
and welfare
options for
students under 18
1. Fast-track: live in
Monash-approved
accommodation
and request Monash
arranges guardianship.
2. Parent/relative:
live with a parent,
legal custodian or
relative who takes
responsibility for
accommodation
and welfare.
3. Caregiver: live with
caregiver or
Monash-approved
accommodation
caregiver acts
as guardian.
We understand that moving away from home to continue your
education in a new country is a big decision for you and your
family. At Monash College we will support you at each stage
of your journey.
When you arrive
We will help you settle in to College life, understand the Australian culture and successfully transition
into your studies. When you get to Australia:
be prepared by downloading your enrolment and orientation schedule before you arrive
Welcome! Our airport pick-up service will take you to your accommodation
attend enrolment and participate in fun orientation activities
learn about Melbourne, Monash campuses and your classes
meet your teachers and make new friends.
Ongoing support
We will provide you with care and support to make sure you are safe, happy and achieving your
best. During your time with us, you will have access to these services at all times:
regular feedback from your teachers
academic workshops and exam preparation tutorials
counselling services
health and medical care
assistance with transition to university
clubs and social events
places of worship
24-hour emergency support.
Orientation
During your frst week you will participate in an extensive Orientation and Enrolment program to
help you make new friends and get to know your new city we want you to enjoy studying and
living in Melbourne!
Student support
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Khang Sing Law, Malaysia
Monash University Foundation Year
I really enjoyed the different style of learning I experienced at
Monash College the teaching methods were very different to
what I was used to. The teachers encouraged us to have group
discussions in class about current topics, which taught me to
study more effectively and form my own opinions. It also helped
me to meet new friends all with the same dream of being
successful in the future.
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all about ACCOMMODATION
Live on campus for a true
university experience
Located on the Clayton campus are seven halls of
residence, the South East Flats and Normanby House,
which offer collegiate accommodation for more than 1000
students, resident advisors and staff. On campus living
provides single room accommodation, meals, facilities, and
services. Residents enjoy a blend of intellectual stimulation,
academic assistance, cultural diversity, recreational facilities,
residential support, enrichment programs and social
opportunities.
Options: choose between a one bedroom with shared
bathroom or one bedroom with ensuite. Each residence also
includes common areas for students to study and socialise.
Suited to: students over 18 years of age, who are looking
for a university experience with a little more independence.
Location: Monash University Clayton campus.
Price range: from $214.20 per week
(minimum stay of 42 weeks from February to December).
Whats included: furnished room, shared or ensuite
bathroom, all utilities except for internet and phone, Monash
Residential support services and activities.
For more information visit:
mrs.monash.edu/oncampus/clayton
Experience life with an Australian family
With Monash Homestay you live with a supportive, local
family while studying in Australia. This popular option gives
you the chance to experience life with an Australian family.
You will form long-lasting friendships, learn new customs,
improve your language skills and enjoy an authentic,
cultural experience.
Homestay hosts are ready and willing to welcome students
into their home. Hosts complete a formal screening
process, so you can arrive in Australia knowing you are
going to a safe and stable home.
Suited to: students under or over 18 years of age looking
for a unique Australian experience.
Location: various. You will always be within 60 minutes of
your Monash campus.
Price range: from $329 per week + initial placement fee.
Whats included: furnished room, shared bathroom, three
meals a day, all utilities except for internet and phone.
For more information visit:
monashcollege.edu.au/homestay
Your choice of
accommodation
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Student accommodation in the heart of
Melbourne city
There is a range of affordable and fully furnished student lodges
located a short walk from the Melbourne City campus. Each
lodge offers you a sense of independence, while still offering a
high level of security, with staff available 24 hours a day, seven
days a week. There are a number of Monash-approved student
lodges with foors dedicated to students under 18 years of age.
Food packages are also available so you can concentrate on
your studying.
Options: choose between a studio, one or two bedroom with
a shared or ensuite bathroom. Some lodges also have student
common rooms.
Suited to: students under or over 18 years of age, who are
looking to live in the heart of the city.
Location: various locations throughout Melbourne city.
Price range: $300 $450 per week
(minimum term of 612 months).
Whats included: furnished room, shared or ensuite bathroom,
utilities, support services and student activities.
For more information visit:
arrowonswanston.com.au, alberthouse.com.au,
studenthostel.net/dudley
Independent living in rented
accommodation
For complete independence, Melbourne has a wide range of
rental accommodation types, from inner-city apartments to
suburban houses. You can choose between single dwelling
in a one bedroom fat, or you may choose to share a multiple
bedroom house with other students.
Properties are subject to availability and are organised directly
by students. When choosing a property it is important to
consider the best transport options to and from campus,
understand your responsibilities in regards to rental contracts
and bonds, and put money aside for utilities and food.
Suited to: students over 18 years of age, who are looking
for independence.
Location: various locations throughout Melbourne.
Price range: from $250 $450 per week
(minimum term of 12 months).
Whats included: properties may be unfurnished, partially
furnished or fully furnished. Generally no utilities are included.
For more information visit:
realestate.com.au, domain.com.au
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How to apply
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For more information on how to apply visit: monashcollege.edu.au/apply
Monash offers
streamlined visa
processing
Monash University has
been approved by the
Australian Government
as an eligible university
to access the Department
of Immigration and
Border Protection's
Streamlined Visa
Processing arrangements
under the Student Visa
Program. This process
streamlines the
documentation required
for a student visa
application and
accelerates the visa
application process
for Monash
international students.
For more information visit:
monash.edu.au/study/
international/apply/visa
all about APPLYING
Receive an offer from Monash
By packaging your Monash College course with your undergraduate degree
you will only need to apply for one student visa!
Apply to Monash
To apply you will need to complete the attached application form and
provide certifed, translated copies of your academic transcripts, completion
certifcates and evidence of your English language profciency.
You can do this in two ways:
1. Directly
By sending all application information to:
International Recruitment Services
Monash University
871 Dandenong Road, Caulfeld East
VIC 3145 Australia.
2. Through a Monash
registered agent
An Education Agent can assist in
submitting the necessary paperwork.
To fnd a Monash approved agent visit:
monash.edu/agents
Accept your offer
Pay your deposit and Overseas Student Health Cover fee as stated on your
offer letter
Receive a Conrmation of Enrolment
Lodge your visa application
For more information on student visas visit: immi.gov.au
Receive your visa
Pack your bags and y to Melbourne
Congratulations youre on your way to one of the world's top 100 universities!
Choose your preferred Monash College pathway
and Monash University course
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Application form for International students
HOW TO COMPLETE THIS FORM
Indicate which event application was collected at (ofce use only):
Please write clearly in black ink using capital letters in English.
Include one set of supporting documents with this application including certied English translated copies.
A non-refundable application fee of A$100 must be paid when you submit this form
All supporting documents for this application must be certied as true copies of originals.
Ensure that you sign the declaration at the back of this form.
Please note that delays may occur in the processing of this application if the application is incomplete.
Which course do you wish to apply for? English Language course (packaged) Monash University Foundation Year Monash College Diploma
Are you a citizen or permanent resident of Australia, or citizen of New Zealand? Yes No If Yes, please use the domestic students application form.
Note: Only international students are eligible to enrol in the Foundation Year program. A change of visa status to become an Australian permanent resident during the Foundation Year or a
Monash College Diploma program may invalidate the degree pathway guarantee. Visit monashcollege.edu.au/how-to-apply/student-visas.html for more information.
1. Personal details
Family name:

Given name(s):

Date of birth: D D / M M / Y Y Y Y Gender: Male Female Please attach a certied translated copy of your passport.
Permanent address in home
country (required) must
include postcode:
Telephone
(with country code):
Mobile:
Fax:
Email (mandatory):
Address for correspondence
(only if different from your
permanent address in your
home country not including
agents, address):
Telephone
(with country code):
Mobile:
Fax:
Email (mandatory):
Monash Registered Agents:
If you apply through an agent please ensure that your agent is registered with Monash University or you may experience delays in your application.
For details of registered agents in your country please go to monash.edu/agents.
Agency name:

Country:


Agent staff name:

Telephone:
Email (for correspondence):
2. Citizenship and other information
Country of citizenship (as stated in passport):

Country of birth:
You must submit a translated, certied true copy of the personal details page of your passport or birth certicate.
Have you applied for OR do you hold any type of Australian visa: Yes No
Visa type: Expiry date (if applicable): D D / M M / Y Y Y Y
Have you been refused an entry visa to any country: Yes No If yes, please attach evidence.
Which Australian Immigration Ofce issued your visa?
Have you breached any visa conditions in any country: Yes No If yes, please explain:
Do you have any medical or health issues that may prevent you from obtaining your visa in? In answering this question go to www.immi.gov.au/allforms/health-requirements that lists
medical and health conditions of concern to the Australian Government.
Also note that health insurance in Australia will not extend to a pre-existing medical condition. Yes No If yes, please explain or attach relevant documentation.
Do you have any physical or mental health condition or other issue which may prevent you to undertake full time study? Yes No
Have you been issued a protection visa in any country to date? Yes No If yes, please attach evidence. Translated into English (if required) and certied.
Have you been convicted of any crime or offence in any country? Yes No If yes, please provide ALL relevant details. Translated into English (if required) and certied.
Registered agents stamp and postal address.
CRICOS provider: Monash University 00008C, Monash College Pty Ltd 01857J. ACN 64 064 031 714
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3. Students with disabilities
Do you have a disability, impairment or long-term medical condition that may affect your studies? Yes No
If yes, Monash will require medical documentation from a relevant treating professional outlining the impact of your condition on your ability to meet the university academic demands.
Disclosure of disability is treated condentially and will not be used to disadvantage you. The Social Justice Unit at Monash may contact you to discuss the services available. More information:
monash.edu.au/equity-diversity/disability
4. English Language courses packaged
Please select your preferred Monash University English Language Centre course: Monash English (ME) Monash English Bridging (MEB)
The duration of the English Language course will be based on your IELTS/TOEFL/Pearsons Test of English (Academic) results and will be advised in your offer letter. If you do not have an
IELTS/TOEFL/Pearsons Test of English (Academic) score, you should take the Monash English Placement Test available through all Monash registered agents.
5. Foundation Year
Please note that your offer will be packaged with your preferred Monash University degree and/or English program.
Year: Y Y Intake: January (Standard) March ( Intensive) March ( Extended)
July (Standard) September ( Intensive) September ( Extended)
The undergraduate course I would like to study at Monash University is (list in order of preference):
Refer to monash.edu/coursender for guidance.
Course name: Course code
Commencement
year Semester Campus
1

2

3

Campus codes: Berwick BE, Cauleld CA. Clayton CL, Parkville PA, Peninsula PE
6. Monash College Diplomas
Please note that your offer will be packaged with your preferred Monash University degree and/or English program.
Year: Y Y Intake: February June October Fast track Engineering T3 program (October only)
Diploma: Part 1 Part 2
Art and Design Arts Business Engineering Engineering ( Information Technology)
Please note that your offer will be packaged with your preferred Monash University degree and/or English program. Have you lodged an application
with VTAC? (Applicable to February intake only) Yes No If Yes, date of application / /
Destination degrees
Diploma of Art and Design
Bachelor of Communication Design Bachelor of Interior Architecture (July intake only)
Bachelor of Industrial Design (July intake only) Bachelor of Architectural Design (July intake only)
Bachelor of Fine Art (March intake only)
Diploma of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (please select campus): Cauleld Clayton
Bachelor of Journalism Cauleld campus only
Diploma of Business
Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance)
Bachelor of Business ( Banking and Finance) Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Business ( Law) Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
Bachelor of Business Administration Berwick Campus
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)/Bachelor of Business (Banking and Finance)
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)/Bachelor of Business (Management)
Bachelor of Business (Management)/Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
Diploma of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (in the elds of chemical, civil, electrical and computer systems, materials or mechanical)
Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering ( Honours) Bachelor of Information Technology and Systems
Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering ( Honours) Bachelor of Business Information Systems
Bachelor of Environmental Engineering ( Honours) Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering ( Honours) Bachelor of Software Engineering
Note: Students wishing to complete their degree in Malaysia or South Africa need to apply directly to Monash University Malaysia or Monash South Africa.
Destination degrees listed above are available to students entering year one Monash University in 2015 or year two in 2016 but course offerings are subject to change.
D D M M Y Y Y Y
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7. Previous education
Are you currently a Monash student? Yes No If yes, please enter your Student Number:
Have you previously applied to Monash University/Monash College? Yes No
Have you been excluded from Monash or other tertiary institutions for academic reasons? Yes No
If YES, please provide details of the course(s), year and reasons for exclusion:
Please attach certied copies of all academic qualications you have previously undertaken to this application including academic transcripts, graduation certicates and grading systems, indicating
the pass mark. If the qualications are in a language other than English, please also supply certied translated copies.
The documents submitted with your application remain the property of Monash University.
If your nal year of study was completed more than six months ago, please provide a detailed account of work or activities undertaken since then.
Secondary qualications
Name of qualication:
Language of instruction:
Date completed:
(or expected to
be completed)
` / /
D D M M Y Y Y Y
Name of institution:
Country/state:
Highest post-secondary qualication
Name of qualication:
Language of instruction:
Date completed:
(or expected to
be completed)
` / /
D D M M Y Y Y Y
Name of institution:
Country/state:
Work Experience
Work experience/activities (please explain):
Start date: / / Country: Finished date: / /
8. Credit transfer for Monash College Diplomas (if applicable)
Are you applying for credits? Yes No Note: Credits are only considered for Business stream courses.
9. English prociency
Please tick the appropriate box and attach certied copies of all original results.
English was the language of instruction in my previous studies (documentary evidence must be provided if institution is located in a non-English speaking country).
I have achieved a satisfactory level of performance in English as a subject in an Australian Year 11 or Year 12 equivalent course.
I will sit/have sat for an English language prociency test. IELTS or TOEFL Pearsons Test of English (Academic)
Result (if known)

Overall

Listening

Reading

Writing/TWE

Speaking
Please note, only test results taken two years prior to commencement will be accepted.
I have completed the Monash English Placement Test through a registered Monash agent. Test Result (ofce use only)
Date taken: / /
If you do not meet the English language entry requirements for your chosen course, you may receive a Conditional Offer for an English language program.
D D M M Y Y Y Y
D D M M Y Y Y Y D D M M Y Y Y Y
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10. Application fee payment
You can pay the A$100 application fee by credit card, money order or bank draft payable to Monash University.
Bank drafts/money orders will need to be mailed or delivered in person to International Recruitment Services. Please ensure you include your full name and date of birth on the back of the bank
draft/money order.
Credit card payments can be made at the following link: www.monash.edu.au/fees/payment/payment-options.html.
If you have made payment using the online credit card service (from the above link), please print a copy of the payment conrmation email and attach to this application form upon submission.
If your A$100 application fee has been waived by Monash recruitment staff please insert the valid fee waiver promotion code or obtain the recruitment staff signature here:
Staff signature: Waiver promotion code:
11. Application checklist
This application is for Monash College Diplomas and the Foundation Year in Australia only. For other locations contact the provider. Note: Incomplete applications will cause delays in
processing. Please ensure all relevant documents are translated and certied (where required). Check that you have:
Completed all sections of the application form
Paid the A$100 application fee (non-refundable)
Read and understood the terms and conditions, privacy, cancellation, refund and grievance policies
(monashcollege.edu.au/how-to-apply/our-policies-you.html)
Provided certied proof of English prociency
Provided certied and translated copies of academic records/transcripts/grading scales. For detailed information about certication requirements please visit: monahscollege.edu.au/
how-to-apply
Read the additional information on your destination degree at monash.edu/coursender
Provided a folio of 10-15 slides of artwork combined in one PDF le (size limit under 5MB) if applying for Diploma of Art and Design studies Part 2.
For folio requirements, please refer to: monashcollege.edu.au/diplomas
Completed and signed the declaration (or your parent if you are under 18)
Provided a copy of ofcial scholarship/sponsorship offer letter if applicable
Provided a copy of the personal details page of the students passport or a copy of birth certicate
Send your application to: by post: International Recruitment Services, Monash University, 871 Dandenong Road, Cauleld East 3145 Australia
or by email: MC.documents@monash.edu
12. Declaration
This application form is submitted by: Self (direct applicant) Monash registered agent Other (e.g. sponsor, AusAID).
Name of other:
Agent and agents
address
(if applicable):
Code:
Country:
I warrant that the information on this form, or provided in support of my application, is correct, complete and up-to-date in every detail. I acknowledge that the provision of incorrect information or the withholding
of relevant information relating to my application, including academic transcript(s), might invalidate my application and that Monash College Pty Ltd or Monash University may refuse to assess my application and
withdraw an offer of a place or cancel my enrolment in consequence. Should Monash University determine that I have submitted a false document, I consent to Monash College Pty Ltd or Monash University disclosing
this information to other relevant tertiary institutions.
I consent to any educational institution at which I have previously been a student and/or my current or any past employer, providing Monash College Pty Ltd or Monash University with information which that institution
or employer holds about me for the purpose of Monash verifying my grades and/or qualications or experience. I declare that I am a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) and a Genuine Student and that I have read and
understood conditions in relation to these requirements as dened on the following website: www.immi.gov.au/students/_pdf/2011-genuine-temporary-entrant.pdf
I am aware of the estimated total course fees at Monash College and Monash University and living costs for my stay in Australia. I understand that the total course fees do not cover the cost of books, materials, eld
trips or any additional cost related to my course, unless otherwise specied. I declare that I have sufcient funds to support myself and my family unit members (if applicable) for the total period of my stay in Australia
(including proposed course fees for myself and any school-age family members, Overseas Students Health Cover, living costs and travel costs, regardless of whether my dependants intend to accompany me in
Australia). I agree to abide by the statutes, regulations and policies of Monash College and Monash University.
I have read and understood the above conditions and accept them in full.
Date / /
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Signed (student)
Date / /
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Signed (parent or legal guardian if applicant is under the age of 18)
Collection of personal information
The information collected by us, or on our behalf, during the admissions process and any subsequent candidature as a student at Monash College Pty Ltd (including digital images) is collected for the primary purpose of
considering your application for admission to Monash College courses and, if you are successful, administering your course. For information relating to other purposes of collection and the type of organisations your
personal information may be disclosed refer to monashcollege.edu.au/privacy.html
All documents provided to Monash College Pty Ltd become the property of the College and will not be returned to you. You have a right to access personal information that Monash College Pty Ltd holds about you,
subject to any exceptions in relevant legislation. For information about how to seek access to your personal information or about the handling of your personal information including how a complaint will be handled,
please refer to the privacy policy at monashcollege.edu.au/privacy.html. For enquiries please contact the Monash College Pty Ltd Privacy Ofcer by email at privacy@mcpl.edu.au.
Monash College reserves the right to revise student fees from time to time. Applicable refund policies are accessible online at monashcollege.monash.edu.au/how-to-apply/our-policies-you.html.
By submitting this application, you warrant that you have read, understood and agree to the refund policies.
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English language fees
A$470 per week for Monash English Bridging plus $250 Administration Fee
A$405 per week for Monash English plus $250 Administration Fee
Monash University Foundation Year fees
Standard (8 units) A$24,000
Intensive (8 units) A$24,000
Extended (7 Extended units, 8 Foundation Year units) A$34,750
Additional/repeat units A$3000
Additional/repeat units with unit codes: MUF1001, MUF1002, MUF1003, MUF1004, MUF1005,
MUF1006 and MUF1007
A$1540
Students who choose to undertake Foundation Year Music units will be charged an additional A$1000 per unit in addition to the
total course fee payable.
Diploma fees Part 1 Part 2
Diploma of Arts A$20,500 A$22,750
Diploma of Art & Design A$21,500 A$23,750
Diploma of Business A$23,000 A$25,250
Diploma of Engineering A$23,500 A$26,500
All fees listed in this guide are in Australian dollars.
Fees
Did you decide to boost your score with bonus points?
If you choose to study the Standard Foundation Year program you have the option to
complete two additional units (10 units in total) and boost your fnal score.
All fees above are based on you completing eight Foundation Year units. If you choose to
study additional units you will need to add them to your Standard course fee.
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all about INTAKE DATES
Intake calendar
Unsure about how
many weeks of
English you need?
Entry to the University
is highly competitive; to
ensure you achieve the
best result, we recommend
adding bonus units to your
Standard program you
could boost your fnal
score by 10%!
To be better prepared
for your Foundation
Year studies consider
packaging your
course with Monash
English. Courses start
every ve weeks.
For intake dates visit:
monashcollege.edu.au/english
2014 2015 2016 2017
JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR
F
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Extended: 29 August Standard: 21 January 6 November Start February 2016
Intensive: 6 March
Extended: 6 March Standard: 8 July 3 June Start July 2016
Intensive: 28 August
Extended: 28 August Standard: 27 January 11 November Start
February
2017
Intensive: 1 March
D
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MEB (15 weeks)
Part 2:
13 October 5 June
Start 2
nd
year July 2015
MEB (10 weeks)
Part 1: 16 June 3 February
Part 2:
16 February 29 September
Start 2
nd
year February 2016
MEB (15 weeks)
MEB (10 weeks)
MEB (15 weeks) Part 1: 13 October 5 June
Part 2:
15 June 2 February
Start 2
nd
year February 2016
MEB (15 weeks)
MEB (10 weeks)
Part 1: 16 February 18 September
Part 2:
16 October June
Start 2
nd
year July 2016
MEB (15 weeks)
MEB (10 weeks)
For full academic dates visit: monashcollege.edu.au
MEB Monash English Bridging for Diplomas
2014 2015 2016 2017
JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR
F
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Extended: 29 August Standard: 21 January 6 November Start February 2016
Intensive: 6 March
Extended: 6 March Standard: 8 July 3 June Start July 2016
Intensive: 28 August
Extended: 28 August Standard: 27 January 11 November Start
February
2017
Intensive: 1 March
D
I
P
L
O
M
A
MEB (15 weeks)
Part 2:
13 October 5 June
Start 2
nd
year July 2015
MEB (10 weeks)
Part 1: 16 June 3 February
Part 2:
16 February 29 September
Start 2
nd
year February 2016
MEB (15 weeks)
MEB (10 weeks)
MEB (15 weeks) Part 1: 13 October 5 June
Part 2:
15 June 2 February
Start 2
nd
year February 2016
MEB (15 weeks)
MEB (10 weeks)
Part 1: 16 February 18 September
Part 2:
16 October June
Start 2
nd
year July 2016
MEB (15 weeks)
MEB (10 weeks)
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For more information visit monashcollege.edu.au or email: study@monash.edu
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(Economist Intelligence Unit 2011-2013). This ranking is based on standards of education, infrastructure,

culture and environment, healthcare and stability.
Monash is based in
Melbourne, Australia.
The worlds most liveable city *
City of
Melbourne
Port
Phillip
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Clayton
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5 km
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All information contained in this document is current at the time of publication (July 2014). Monash College reserves the right
to alter this information at any time. Please check the Monash College website for updates (monashcollege.edu.au).