Monash University offers a large range of research degrees. Once you know the degree you are interested in, check your eligibility for the course and a scholarship.
Our scholarship rounds are very competitive. Most scholarships require the equivalent of a first-class honours degree from Monash University,
You’re assessed for all scholarships and grants for which you are eligible when you apply.
Once you have obtained your invitation to apply, you apply for our research degrees and scholarships online using the same application form.
You register first and can then apply in stages as you gather the information you need.
Your online application options are:
Don’t forget to refer to our step-by-step guide if you need help.
Research degree applications may only be submitted once you have obtained an invitation to apply from the Faculty that offers the degree in which you wish to enrol.
It may take you up to four weeks to obtain an invitation. You should initiate the process to obtain an invitation not less than four weeks prior to the date on which you expect to submit your application. Scholarship applicants are required to initiate this process no later than 30 April and 30 September for the midyear and end of year rounds respectively.
Different Faculties have different processes, so it is important that you read and follow the instructions that each Faculty provides.
Your offer is your ticket to join Monash University's vibrant research community. You need to read your offer letter and offer pack carefully to know how to accept your offer and enrol in your course.
Our scholarships are awarded on merit and highly competitive.
International students may need to pay their Overseas Student Health Cover and a course-fee deposit before we provide an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment, which you need for your student visa application.
You’re now ready to enrol.
Authorised by: Approved by Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Research Training).
Maintained by: Graduate Research.
Last updated: 01 November 2013.
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