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How to Apply - DEPM Postgraduate Courses 2011

Semester Dates

Semester 1: 28 February – 27 May
Vacation: 22 April – 29 April
Semester 2: 19 July – 22 October
Vacation: 26 September -30 September

Entry Requirements

General entry requirements may vary for some courses. See individual course descriptions for further information. For additional international entry requirements refer to the Monash International website.

In addition to the University’s minimum English language requirements, all courses listed in this guide require the following supplementary prerequisites:

  • An IELTS overall band score of 7.0 with no individual band score being less than 6.5

Application Procedures

Local Applicants

All our postgraduate courses are available to local students. Local course applicants except Doctor of Public Health (DPH) should use the standard application form (PDF - 69kb).

All Doctor of Public Health (DPH) applicants are required to consult with the Course Coordinator prior to submitting an application.
Refer to the individual DPH course description for further information.

Submit all local applications to:
Postgraduate Office
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
Monash University   
Alfred Hospital
Melbourne VIC 3004   
2010 Local applications closing dates:
20th November 2009 - First round
20th January 2010 - Second round  

International Applicants

Our postgraduate full-time courses are available to international students. For full application details refer to the Monash International website.

For international application forms and inquiries please contact:
International Recruitment Services
Monash University
Building 73
Wellington Road
Clayton Victoria 3800
Course Inquiries
Australia Freecall: 1800 1818 38
Telephone: +(613) 9627 4852
Facsimile: +(613) 9905 8297

Advanced Standing/Credit

Advanced standing and credit transfer may be granted for units where the student supplies documentary evidence of successfully completing a similar unit at a similar level elsewhere, within the last ten years. Any candidate, with the approval of the course coordinator, may be granted up to 50% credit / advanced standing toward their course. All credit applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis and can be submitted at the time of course application.

Application for advanced standing forms (PDF) must be accompanied with full documentation, including course outlines and content.

For further information refer to the relevant postgraduate articulation policy document (MS DOC).


Postgraduate Office
Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
Monash University
Alfred Centre
Melbourne VIC   3004

Phone: +61 03 990 30563
Fax: +61 03 990 30556