MONASH UNIVERSITY (REVIEW).
The Monash University was built in 1958 but first opened in the year 1961 with about 363 students, but now, she’s Australia’s largest university with over 30,000 students yearly. The University has 5 campuses in Melbourne and has other campuses spread over 4 continents including learning centers. The school is renowned for its progressive and innovative learning programs.
Monash University is rated in the top one percent of Universities globally. She’s 74th best University according to Times higher education (2016-2017) and 79th In the Academic ranking for 2016. Also the University is 21st in world’s most international University 2017.
Monash is the 56th university in employability by Global employability. Good University Guide awards her 5 stars in 2016 for staff qualification, student retention and research grants. She’s one of the group of 8 Universities given triple crown international business accreditation within faculty of business and Economics. She’s also best in Australia in Engineering and Technology.
to qualify for admission into Monash University, you have to meet minimum requirements but they do not guarantee you an admission to the school as they may not be enough places for all applicants.
A lot of courses have high demands in entry requirements, some vital studies or extra requirements such as interviews and folios.
All applicants with Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) must have completed 8 units at level 3 and 4, with English. You also need an ATAR score of 70 and above. Applicants with Interstate year 12 qualification that’s equivalent to VCE, plus an accredited year 12 course of English are also allowed.
Applicants should have completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma, inclusive of English Satisfactorily. Also he or she should have completed at-least two or three units at an Australian Institute or at Open Universities. Completion of Diploma of Tertiary Studies(DoTS) is part of the minimum requirements needed for entry into some of the undergraduate courses.
Applicants with satisfactory completion of theMonash University Foundation Year (MUFY) can apply. Also one can apply with an advanced certificate (certificate IV or above) or diploma equivalent to minimum secondary school qualifications. Satisfactory completion of final year secondary school, or its equivalent, inclusive of English is acceptable.
If you’ve completed of the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) with English or you’veCompleted the Gaokao ( for minimum scores) you can apply as well.
Applicant must have honours B.sc or its equivalent with a major in the same or related area of study.If your qualification results are not in English, please produce certified translated copies. Monash prefers copies from The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).
Applicant should be with honours B.sc or its equivalent with a major in the same or related area of study or should have a Masters with significant research component as well.
Requirements for international students
Applicants who are not from The Commonwealth Supported places (CSP) with a complete or incomplete foreign tertiary qualification are usually assessed on a case-by-case basis.You can check if your foreign qualification is in-line with the standard by using the study credit and admissions search. If your country and/or the qualification does not show in the database, you can apply nonetheless with your results. they will assess them and see whether they.
To comply with Australian law your application will be assessed to check that you are genuinely seeking temporary entry to Australia to study. If the University forms the opinion that you are not a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) it may refuse to assess your admission documents.
Early course applications are from the 7th of August and till the 28th of September with a fee of (Australian Dollars) A$35,000 while late applications begin by 28th September till 3rd November with the fee of A$103,000. There are also very late applications, acceptable from 3rd of November till 8th December with the fee increased to A$134,000.
Some Monash University courses require that you have a Police Check. The timing and frequency are dependent on the course.
A Police Check may not be needed at the point of admission or when entering into the course, but you will still need to go complete the check before you start work placements or any professional experience in the school. Most courses require only a one-off Police Check, while the others require the check to be done annually.
Minimum age (17) and English are two general requirements. For international students fees are per 48 credit points, which is a standard full-time course load annually.
TUITION; Monash University is divided to 10 faculties. These include the university’s major study areas like the teaching and research centre. Here is a breakdown of the tuition fees for some of major courses.
FACULTY OR PROGRAM LOCAL STUDENTS FOREIGN STUDENTS (Australian dollars) (Australian dollars)
ARTS A$8,900 A$28,900 BUSINESS A$10,596 A$39100 BUSINESS & INFORMATION A$9,800 A$39,100 COMPUTER SCIENCE A$9,050 A$37,000 EDUCATION A$6,349 A$29,800 ENGINEERING A$9,050 A$38,900 ENGINEERING & INFORMA- TION TECHNOLOGY A$9,050 A$38,900
Local student includes those from the Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP).
Cost of living ; Here is an estimated yearly cost of living on the Clayton campus.
Accommodation fees during the year — A$9,467
International student health cover (OSHC) — A$380
Groceries — A$3,800
Food — A$3,600
Books and stationeries — A$1,200
Clothing — A$960
Miscellaneous — A$4,200
Total cost A$23,607
Here also is an estimated living cost off the campus.
Rent for 52 weeks — A$7,800
Telephone, internet and utilities — A$150
Setting up the house — A$1,000
Travel — A$3,000
Health cover (OSHC) — A$380
Groceries and bills — A$4,200
Food — A$3,600
Books and stationary — A$1,200
Clothing — A$960
Miscellaneous — A$420
The Manosh University is remarkable university. Her progressive and innovative course programs have helped numerous students succeed academically, physically and mentally as they prepare to challenge the World .