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To accept your offer and become an international student at Monash, you need to pay your deposit and return your completed and signed copy of your International Student Course Agreement (ISCA) to Monash. You must follow this process to accept an offer from:

  • Monash University English Language Centre
  • Monash University Foundation Year
  • Monash College, or
  • Monash University (coursework degree only).

Step 1

Read all pages and complete the necessary sections of the International Student Course Agreement.

Step 2

Pay your fees and the Overseas Student Health Cover. Full payment details are indicated in your International Student Course Agreement. Payment information is also available from the pay your fees web page.

Payment notes:

  • Monash University does not accept cash.
  • Dishonoured cheques may incur additional bank fees.
  • You may need to notify your bank of large deductions.
  • Bankdrafts or bank cheques will need to be mailed or delivered in-person to Central Admissions at the address below.

Step 3

Return your completed and signed International Student Course Agreement and evidence of payment, before the offer lapse date. You'll find the offer lapse date on your offer letter.

Send all your documents to Central Admissions, Monash University. You will find their details in your International Student Course Agreement.

What happens next?

Once we have received your completed and signed International Student Course Agreement and evidence of payment, we will send you an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE). We will email this to you in three to four working days. We will also mail a printed Confirmation of Enrolment to your nominated address.

You need the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment to process your student visa. More information about organising your visa.

Find out what to do if you wish to defer or change your course, or contact us if you want to decline your offer.