How to apply

Simple steps on how to apply for Graduate Access Melbourne for 2019 entry

  1. Choose your graduate coursework degree

    First choose from graduate coursework degrees that consider Graduate access Melbourne applicants, and choose the one that suits your study interests. Not all courses consider special entry applications.

    See Graduate Access Melbourne degree options

  2. Apply for graduate coursework degrees

    Go to Applications for Graduate coursework degrees and follow the step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

    Apply for Graduate coursework degrees

  3. Complete the Graduate Access application question

    You can apply for Graduate Access online during your course application.

    Keep in mind you can apply for as many categories that describe your situation. You don't have to pick just one.

    Please refer to the eligibility section for information about the supporting documentation you will need to provide as part of Graduate Access Melbourne application

    Note: Female Engineering applicants are automatically considered and don't need to apply with Access Melbourne.

  4. Fill in the supplementary form - if applicable

    Fill in and submit the additional Disadvantaged socioeconomic circumstances supplementary form if you're applying for entry into the Juris Doctor (JD), Melbourne Law School (MLS), Melbourne School of Government (MSOG), Faculty of Business and Economics, the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music; or for Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (GSHSS) courses.

    Download supplementary form

  5. Be assessed and wait for offers

    If you qualify, you can be then be considered for special entry when your application is assessed.

    If successful, you'll receive a Melbourne offer with instructions on how to accept. If your application is not successful, you'll receive an email explaining the reasons why.

Need help applying?

Get in touch with our student support team for more information on applying for Access Melbourne. We can also give you advice on scholarships, students loans, budgeting, finding accommodation, course planning and more.

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