Apply for a coursework program
Find out more information about coursework programs offered by the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences or the Melbourne School of Government. Or, if you are ready to apply, use the information below.
How and when to apply
How and when to apply information for domestic and international students when applying for a Masters by Coursework, Graduate Diploma, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma (Advanced) or Graduate Certificate (Advanced) with either the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences or the Melbourne School of Government.
Document requirements when applying for a graduate coursework program, including what to do if you have problems uploading your documents. Certain programs such as the Executive Master of Arts, Master of Creative Writing and Publishing, Master of Public Administration, and Master of Cultural Materials Conservation have specific requirements.
Information about IELTS and TOEFL requirements as well as the University of Melbourne English Language Bridging Program and the Diagnostic English Language Assessment.
Faculty specific information for domestic students on Commonwealth Supported Places and fee assistance options. Links for international students to relevant University fee pages.
Graduate Access Melbourne
Graduate Access Melbourne (GAM) aims to minimise barriers and broaden access to graduate coursework study at the University of Melbourne. The scheme is open to Masters by Coursework applicants.
The Faculty of Arts welcomes recipients of various Australia Award Scholarships (AAS) provided by the Australian Government for international students. Read about the AAS approved programs and support services available.
Renmin University Pathway to Melbourne
The Faculty of Arts is pleased to work with four schools in the University of Renmin. Eligible students may apply for the Pathway to Melbourne Program, splitting their Masters program between Renmin and Melbourne.
Master of Translation Partner Institutions
The Faculty of Arts at The University of Melbourne is pleased to work with four Chinese partner institutions on a graduate partnership agreement for the Master of Translation.
Each semester, the Faculty of Arts invites commencing graduate students to an Orientation Welcome Session where you will be introduced to your Graduate School, program coordinators, and commencing classmates.
Frequently Asked Questions
Specific advice on entry requirements, applying, fees, and accepting your offer.