Destination degrees

Your destination degree is the Monash University degree that you want to study after your diploma.

International Students: Once you have completed your Diploma with the required entry score and prerequisite requirements, you will have guaranteed entry into second year of a related undergraduate degree at Monash University.

Domestic Students: The entry scores below are the international student entry scores and are indicative only for domestic students. Meeting the minimum average grade does not guarantee entry into Monash University. Please contact your Diploma team leaders or career adviser for details on the application process.

TimesPro Monash College International Pathway Students: For applicable destination degrees please refer to the Business and Commerce courses in the below drop down menus.

Find all degrees in the Monash University course finder.

Important note

The scores listed in these tables may change. For a complete list and to check campus, intake dates, fees and course information, please visit Monash University course finder.

How to calculate your diploma score

Diploma of Arts

For students commencing in Trimester 3, 2017 and onwards:
All students: Sum Marks for passed Part 2 unit attempts/Count passed Part 2 unit attempts

Diploma of Art & Design and Diploma of Business

Sum of part 2 unit marks/number of part 2 units attempted = average mark. (Any fail results are included in the average calculation.)

Architecture Studio 1, Communication Design 1, Communication Design 2 and Theory D have 12 credit points. Their marks are doubled in the calculation and counted as two units.

Diploma of Applied Data Science, Engineering Information Technology and Diploma of Science

Applies to students who commenced their Diploma studies in Trimester 2, 2017 and onward:
Sum of part 2 unit marks/number of part 2 units attempted = average mark. (Any fail results are included in the average calculation.)

Important information

  • International students are guaranteed entry into second year after successfully completing part 2 if they achieve the minimum entry requirements. The choice of individual disciplines is subject to available places.
  • Engineering students may may be required to study additional first year units to complete the degree program.
  • Destination degrees are subject to change. For a complete list and to check campus, intake dates, fees, and course information, please visit Monash Course Finder.
  • Education specialisation: After completing the education specialisation you will be eligible for the education double degree relevant to your primary diploma: Education (Honours) and Arts, Education (Honours) and Business, Education (Honours) and Commerce, Education (Honours) and Science.
  • Different degrees have different requirements and durations. The score required for double degrees is often higher than a single degree. Make sure you check what diploma score you need before starting the education specialisation.

Articulation Agreements

Monash College has articulation agreements in place with the Deakin University, RMIT University, Macquarie University and Swinburne University of Technology. The articulation agreements recognise the studies completed at Monash College to be counted towards qualifications with the above-mentioned Universities and reduce the number of units required to complete a course of study. These Universities reserve the right to vary the agreements from time to time.

The alternative pathways allow students that have completed their Monash College Diploma but either have been unsuccessful in meeting the entry requirements to transition to an undergraduate degree with Monash University, or choose not to transition for other reasons and approved for release for international students, to apply to the partner universities for up to one year’s credit points to be granted towards their new course.

Students are encouraged to discuss their options with the Career Advisers prior to applying to other universities.