Accepting your offer
If your offer is conditional, you'll need to meet the conditions of your offer before accepting it. Once you have the documentation to meet your offer condition you can upload the documentation directly into your application. Instructions on how to upload your documentation can be found here.
If you've been sent an unconditional offer, you can choose to accept it online immediately.
To accept your offer, follow the instructions in your offer email. You can then enrol and start planning your studies with Melbourne.
How to defer your offer
If you're offered a place in an undergraduate degree you can apply to defer the commencement of your studies. If you want to defer your offer, you'll need to submit a deferral application online by the census date or course fees will apply to you.
Information on how to defer your offer, the University's deferral policy and which courses will accept applications to defer are all found on the Get Started at Melbourne website.
Declining your offer
If you've received an offer for a place at Melbourne and decided not to accept, you'll need to decline your offer. Alternatively, you can choose to defer your offer, if you think you might change your mind later on.
If your application is unsuccessful
If you don't receive an offer, it means that you have not met the minimum entry standards or scores required. If you're not happy with the outcome, you can ask for feedback on your application. You can also ask about additional study options to increase your chances of getting into a degree in the future.
Enrol with Melbourne
See who you'll be studying with
Also check out Melbourne's student profile to get an idea of who you'll be studying with in your undergraduate degree.
Apply for Advanced Standing
If credit is granted, this can reduce the number of subjects you need to complete in your degree.
To find out more, see Advanced Standing
If you want to transfer courses from another institute or within Melbourne, see Transferring courses as a domestic student