Master of Environmental Engineering

    • CRICOS Code: 032293F

    Entry requirements

    Entry requirements for the Master of Environmental Engineering

    English Language Criteria

    All domestic and international students studying at the University of Melbourne must satisfy the University of Melbourne English Language Entry Requirements.

    You must satisfy the requirements below in one sitting and the test must be have been taken within the last 24 months (2 years) preceding application.

    For graduate coursework, if an English language test is required, you must achieve are a minimum of:

    Test Normal English language requirements
    IELTS (Academic English only) 6.5 (With no band less than 6)
    TOEFL (Paper-based test) 577 + and TWE 4.5
    ITOEFL (internet-based test) 79 +
    Writing 21
    Speaking 18
    Reading 13
    Listening 13
    Pearson Test of English (Academic) 58+ and no communicative skill below 50
    Cambridge English: Advanced/Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) 176+ and no skill below 169

    The University of Melbourne English Language Brdging Program (UMELBP)

    For graduate entry we offer a pathway to students who have met the alternative English language IELTS or TOEFL scores listed in the table below. You may gain entry to graduate study at the Melbourne School of Engineering by successfully completing the University of Melbourne English Language Bridging Program (UMELBP) offered by Hawthorn-Melbourne.

    Test Normal English language requirements
    IELTS (Academic English only) 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)
    TOEFL (Paper-based test) 550 + TWE 4.0
    ITOEFL (internet-based test) 60 + Writing 18, Speaking 16, Reading 8, Listening 7
    Pearson Test of English (Academic) 50 and no communicative skill below 42

    More information is available from Hawthorn-Melbourne website.

    Note: UMELBP is not available for MPhil or PhD applicants.

    Graduate Access

    If you’re a domestic student and have experienced adverse circumstances that affected your tertiary results, consider applying for the Graduate Access Melbourne scheme. Through the scheme, you may be able to gain entry into this course even if your tertiary marks are below entry requirements.

    Categories include being from a rural area, being an Indigenous Australian, experience of financial disadvantage or personal difficulties, having refugee status, or living with disability or medical condition.