Arts ISP application process – Non-Monash students outside Australia

For students currently enrolled in a course at a tertiary institution outside Australia. Please note that non-Monash students will only be considered if there are places available within the program after the application closing date.

  1. Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements.
  2. Obtain written approval from your home institution to study the Arts ISP unit(s).
  3. Complete the relevant ISP application form. Find the relevant form here:
  4. Check the program costs and pay the application fee* via the Monash University ecart. Provide a copy of your receipt with your application. Please ensure this shows the receipt (rather than order) number. Find the program costs and the ecart link here:
  5. Provide an original certified copy of your academic transcript.
  6. Provide an original certified copy of your valid passport (the page with your photo and details).
  7. Submit your complete application in hard copy format so that it is received by the closing date**. Post all of the above documentation to: 
    • Arts in Prato Coordinator
      Academic and Student Services
      Faculty of Arts
      Monash University
      Office S211, Building 11
      Clayton campus
      VIC 3800

*Please note that application fees are not refundable except in the case that your application is not successful. Read the full refund policy.

**Applications will be assessed based on the eligibility criteria in the order in which they are submitted and on a ‘first in, first served’ basis until the maximum quota is reached. Applications by fully eligible Monash students (i.e., without waivers), will be endorsed first. Applications with waivers or from non-Monash students will be considered after those of fully eligible Monash students and only if there are places available after the application closing date.

You will receive an email notifying you of the outcome of your application (allow six weeks for processing). Successful applications will then be forwarded to Monash Abroad for processing.