On enrolment day you must go to your faculty on the date and time advised by International Recruitment Services (IRS) to attend a course information session and enrol in person. Enrolment Day is compulsory, as you will receive important information and have the opportunity to:
- get detailed course information
- meet faculty course advisers
- discuss unit selection and course structure
- ask questions about your studies.
Date to attend
- New international students
Monash University enrolment dates (pdf 236kb)
- Students progressing from Monash College to Monash University
Monash College progressing to University enrolment dates (pdf 153kb)
What to bring
- a printed copy of your Authority to Enrol letter (with your Monash ID number)
- the transaction number from your enrolment questionnaire
- your passport
- your visa details
- a pen and paper.
Parking, transport and maps has information on how to get to your campus and where to park.
Preparing for Enrolment Day
Before you enrol in units, you need to:
- Understand your course structure: the specific units you must take (core requirements) and any units you can choose (electives).
- Know the units and credit points needed for your course.
- Check which units are available: to take some units, you may have to complete others first (pre-requisites), or at the same time (co-requisites).
Check the Handbook for course and units descriptions.
Applying for credit for previous study
If applying for credit for previous study, and/or recognition of prior learning (RPL), you need to bring:
- outlines of the units you have studied
- a certified copy of your academic record (transcript)
- documentation showing the structure of the course you studied
- a completed credit application form.
Attend your course information session
On enrolment day, you will attend a compulsory course information session to help you understand how to meet course requirements. Double degree students may need to attend sessions for both faculties. Check your faculty link below for more details:
- Art Design and Architecture
- Business and Economics
- Information Technology
- Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
- Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
If you cannot enrol on the date the University has scheduled, you must apply for permission to enrol late. Without written permission, you cannot start your course. See late enrolment for details on how to apply. Faculty of Business and Economics students are not permitted to enrol late. Students are required to attend enrolment on the scheduled date.
You will complete steps 5 and 6 on Enrolment Day. Step 5: Enrol in units