You can apply for a transfer if you want to transfer:
You can only transfer between the same course type, e.g. from one bachelor degree to another bachelor degree, and only if you haven't completed your course. If you are completing your current course and wish to enrol in another, you will need to apply as instructed in Course Finder.
Masters by research or doctoral degree students should contact their faculty or the Monash Institute of Graduate Research (MIGR) about transfers.
Transferring course or campus is part of a competitive selection process. This means that you will be competing with other students for a place in the course.
The minimum eligibility requirements for a course transfer are:
The actual requirements for transfer may be higher. These are set by the faculty managing the course, including the number of completed credit points required to be considered for a transfer. Check the faculty information below before applying for a transfer:
If successful, you may be eligible for credit. Credit is awarded only if your previous studies are relevant to the new course.
Before submitting an application, you should consult with the faculty managing the course for advice on prerequisites, credit transfer, unit selection, course requirements and progression.
To transfer to an Engineering course, use the Engineering online course transfer application.
To transfer to a Science course from Monash University Malaysia follow the instructions for an internal course transfer from Monash Malaysia to Clayton campus.
Students applying to transfer to Australia from campuses in Malaysia and South Africa, may have different application closing dates. Check with the faculty you're applying to.
The faculty will notify you of the outcome of your application.
If your application is successful, you will receive notification:
If you transfer campuses but remain in the same course, your fees will be charged at the continuing rate, relevant to the year you commenced the course.
Transferring into a different course (with or without changing campuses) means you are considered a new (commencing) student. Your fees will be charged at the commencing rate based on your new course start date.
If you are eligible for HECS, FEE or SA-HELP, you need to reapply to access these loan schemes when transferring courses.
If you're on a scholarship, you should first check with the Scholarships Unit whether a transfer will affect your eligibility.
When transferring your course, you will receive a new electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) and an update to your International Student Course Agreement. See managing your visa.