If you don't meet the requirements for entry into a course at Monash, you may be able to enter through one of these pathways. Check the course requirements in Course Finder for further details.
The Diploma of Tertiary Studies is a one-year full-time course. If you successfully complete the course, you can apply for entry to several popular Monash courses and gain credit from the diploma.
In some cases, you can use an Australian Technical and Further Education (TAFE) qualification as a pathway to study at Monash. If you have successfully completed the first year of an associate diploma or an advanced certificate (certificate IV or above) this may help you enter university.
If you gain a place at Monash, you may be eligible for some credit toward your course for any graded TAFE studies you have completed.
If you don't meet minimum academic entry requirements, you can apply to do single subjects (units). Completion of two higher education units makes you eligible to apply for entry to undergraduate courses.
Some courses allow you to complete the Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT) if you do not meet the normal entry requirements. If accepted, the STAT test is listed as an extra requirement in Course Finder.
The Monash Indigenous Enabling Program (IEP) and Indigenous Non-Award Pathway (INAP) are both pathway programs designed to support Indigenous Australians who wish to undertake university studies.
Monash College diplomas provide a pathway into the first or second year of selected degrees. These include degrees in art and design, arts, business, or engineering. There are scholarships available for domestic students to cover the course fees of a Monash College diploma.
Monash University Foundation Year offers a transition to university, with a guaranteed place at Monash University after meeting the entry requirements.
Our English Language Centre offers a range of programs to enhance your pathways to study.