Monash University was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1958. It is a youthful organisation, enthusiastic, optimistic and accessible. We believe quality education and research can change the world for the better.
Website of University: http://www.monash.edu/
Website for Inbound Exchange Students: http://www.monash.edu/studyabroad
Online Academic Calendar: http://www.adm.monash.edu.au/execserv/about/principal-dates/
Full Time Load: 18-24 credit points
1 unit = 6 credit points (Some Engineering units are worth four credit points.)
Unit study hours
These vary and are specified for each unit in the Handbook but the following is a general guide.
Non lab units
Two 1-hour lectures per week
One 1-hour tutorial per week
Three – five hours private study
and reading required per week
Two 1-hour lectures per week
One 3-hour laboratory session per week
One to three hours private study and
reading required per week.
Monash Find a Course (found on the Monash home page) can be searched by keyword but it will produce a list of Monash courses (degrees or programs) not units. From the course information you can navigate to individual unit details. The fee and application information on this site does not apply to exchange students.
Course Finder Website: http://www.monash.edu/pubs/handbooks
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements:
Fourth year and honours are limited
Units offered only at Monash’s offshore campuses teaching centres (Malaysia or South Africa) are only available when the whole exchange program is taken at that location. Units offered at other external Monash teaching locations (Singapore, Hong Kong, etc) are not available.
Off-campus learning (OCL) or distance education (DE) units are permitted but students may only study 25% of credit points as OCL or DE.
1. SEMESTER PLACEMENTS
2015-2016 Spring Semester: 6 placements
2016-2017 Academic Year: 12 placements
Spring Semester one (Feb – Jun): October 1
Fall Semester two (Jul – Nov): March 1
Before you apply to come to Monash on exchange or study abroad, you should check that you meet the following entry requirements. You must:
a. have completed at least one full year at your home university
b. have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.0 or 60 per cent or equivalent
c. meet our English language requirements.
4. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
All students must satisfy Monash’s minimum English language requirements. The requirements differ depending on the degree level of the units you’re applying to study.
View the English language requirements for: http://www.monash.edu.au/admissions/english-language-requirements.html
Because we have an agreement with your home institution, you need to apply through them. Your exchange office at your home university will help you complete the Monash Abroad application form for incoming students (pdf, 418kb). Included in the form are details about how to apply for on-campus accommodation.
6. APPLICATION RELATED DOCUMENTS
Students must please provide:
a. one official transcript for each university attended (translated into English and certified)
b.copy of passport personal information page
c.english test results (if applicable)
Please note, if applicants do not meet the English language requirements, they may be eligible for a ‘conditional offer’ based on completion of a 10 or 15 week Monash English Bridging Program (MEB),(see page 3).
Under Australian Government visa rules,all exchange students (except those from Belgium, Sweden and Norway) must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)before they can apply for a student visa.
This health insurance policy provides a safety net for international students,similar to that provided to Australian residents through the Medicare system.It is provided by a private insurance company and arranged by Monash.It covers basic medical, hospital and pharmaceutical costs while students are in Australia and enrolled at Monash.
2. ON-CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION
University accommodation is available on all Monash campuses except Parkville. Students will receive instructions on how to apply for on-campus accommodation when they receive an offer from Monash Abroad.
For more details: see attached fact sheet
3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
Information about living costs in Melbourne for international students can be found at monash.edu/study/international/prepare/cost-of-living.html
This information is primarily for international students doing full three year courses at Monash so there may be some variations for short term exchange students. You can also get an idea of living costs in Melbourne at: www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au
Exchange students must enter Australia with a sub-class 575 student visa and not any other. This is called a ‘non-award’ student visa and is for students studying full time in courses that do not lead to an Australian degree. Before applying for a visa, students will need a letter of offer from Monash University and a Certificate of Enrolment (CoE).
This is issued to students after Monash Abroad has received the student’s acceptance form and, where relevant, payment for OSHC and any other fees.
5. SCHOLARSHIP OPPOTUNITY
Tracy de Silva
附件一：Monash Fact Sheet 2015