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Your Monash College life begins now!

Welcome. We want you to enjoy everything about Monash College and imagine that you have lots of questions. This website will help give you an idea of what to expect during your first few weeks of class, the support available and tips on making your Monash College experience even more enjoyable. Once you’ve started class, you’ll find all of your study material on Moodle - our online learning platform. Our teachers are also very friendly and they'll be able to help answer your questions or let you know who can help you.

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Congratulations and welcome to Monash College. Now that you have accepted your offer, it's time to enrol. Before enrolling, make sure you have met all the conditions of your offer.

Step 1a: Create your Monash account

Already have your Monash account? Go straight to step 1b below.

To set up your Monash account you need your Monash ID. This is in your International Student Course Agreement (ISCA).

Create your account

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For detailed instructions click here.


Step 1b: Get your Unique Student Identifier (USI)

What is a Unique Student Identifier (USI)?

A USI is your individual education number for life. It also gives you an online record of your VET training undertaken in Australia.

If you're at university, TAFE or doing other nationally recognised training, you need a USI. Without one, you can't get Commonwealth financial assistance or your qualification or statement of attainment.

Students applying for FEE-HELP who commence their course from 1 January 2021 will need to provide their USI by census date in order to receive FEE-HELP.

Need to create a USI?

If you don’t already have a USI, you can create one anytime. Get in early so you have it before the time comes to enrol!

It should take less than 5 minutes online!

USI is not required for international students who are studying offshore. You can apply for USI once you have arrived in Melbourne, Australia.

Create a USI

Already have a USI? If so, have it ready when it’s time to enrol.

If you have undertaken any VET training since 2015, you may already have a USI. Find it now.

Forgotten your USI? Refer to the Australian Government information at Find your USI

Tips!

  • You will only need one USI and it’s yours for life!
  • Enter all of your name(s) exactly as they appear on the form of ID you are using to create both your USI and your TFN (tax file number).
  • You’ll need to create a password - it must be at least 9 characters long, contain a lowercase letter, an uppercase letter and a number or special character

Identification requirements

You need one form of identification to create a USI.

Acceptable forms of ID:

More information about the USI, you can visit https://www.usi.gov.au/students.

For assistance/help, you can contact https://www.usi.gov.au/help or https://www.usi.gov.au/contact-us

Once you have applied for your USI, please continue to Step 2. Plan your course.


Help with this step

Having trouble with your Monash account?

Activating your account

See our step-by-step guide to activating your Monash account from activation to setting up multi-factor authentication (MFA) and other handy self-service options. We strongly recommend you take up the self-service option for back-up codes and password reset - this can save you a lot of time if you forget your password or lose your phone.

Android users setting up MFA from China may encounter problems. Please see the help page at register for MFA from China.

Multi-factor authentication backup codes

If you get locked out of your account because your phone is lost, damaged, or replaced, or if you’ve accidentally deleted the Okta Verify app, you can now use a backup code to reset your MFA and get back into your account.

Password problems?

For any password problems, visit Identity Management Services. You'll also find how to register to change your own password.

Need more help?

If you're still experiencing issues creating an account and/or accessing your email, contact the Service Desk for help.

Had a previous Monash account or offer?

If you've received a previous offer and already have a Monash account, you don't need to create a new one - go straight to step 2.

Password help

You can register for self-service password reset in case you forget your password.

Once registered, you can reset your own password.

Using your Monash account and email

Use your account to access your email, class timetable, my.monash portal, course materials, ask.monash, the library and the Web Enrolment System (WES).

We delete your account if you don't complete your enrolment, so make sure you enrol by the deadline.

Email

To access your Monash mail account login to my.monash

Your Monash account is the only email the University will use to communicate with you. You should check it at least twice a week so you don't miss important messages about your enrolment or studies.

IT Handbook for new students

Monash IT handbook

For information about connecting to wi-fi, systems, computer labs and more, check out the Student Technology Essentials Handbook (pdf, 1.28 mb).

Internet

Internet access at Monash is provided for academic, research and administrative purposes. While we don't filter any content, when using this service you're expected to follow the acceptable use of IT policy and procedures.

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Step 2: Plan your Diploma

This step requires you to do some reading about your course so you understand the structure and requirements.

You'll then be able to select your units and record the unit codes. Step 3 shows you how to enter these into the enrolment system to finalise your enrolment.


Select your Diploma below for more course information:

2618 – Diploma of Arts

The Diploma of Arts has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 units each trimester.

Direct entry into Part 2 is determined by your age and your high school scores.

2618 - Diploma of Arts Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map


  • Sociology stream – for students considering majoring in communication, international relations or media studies.
  • Psychology stream – for students who would like to complete a major in psychology or become a psychologist.

Students enrolling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1350 Media Studies A: Australian Screen Culture
  • MCD1560 Introduction to Journalism
  • MCD1570 Introduction to Academic Writing
  • MCD1110 Data Analysis

Note: If you have met the English requirement but failed to meet the Academic requirement of Part 2, you may receive an offer for an accelerated Part 1 (Part 1A). If you meet this requirement, we will contact you with more information about what units you must enrol in before the Diploma Orientation day.

Students enrolling in Part 2

You must enrol in 4 units in your first trimester. Three units are compulsory and one unit you will choose depending on your stream.

Sociology stream

Enrol in the following units:

  • MCD6010 Academic Writing
  • MCD6020 Media and Culture
  • MCD6090 International Studies: Origins of Globalisation
  • MCD6120 Introduction to Sociology

Psychology Stream

Enrol in the following units:

  • MCD6010 Academic Writing
  • MCD6020 Media and Culture
  • MCD6090 International Studies: Origins of Globalisation
  • MCD6080 Psychology 1A

If your offer is for both the Sociology stream and the Psychology stream, you have the option to enrol in either stream. You will have an opportunity to discuss and make changes to your enrolment during the Academic Orientation Session at the Diploma Orientation Program.

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information.

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2645 – Diploma of Arts (Education)

Choosing an Education specialisation as part of your main Diploma gives you the opportunity to enrol on a double degree at Monash University.

In part 2, you will be given the opportunity to practice your newly acquired teaching skills by participating in a professional learning experience over 5 days in a local school.

You will be required to sit the CASPer test and may choose to sit the literacy and numeracy LANTITE tests while you are studying in Diploma.

The Diploma of Arts (Education) has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 5 units each trimester.

Note: The Education specialisation units only start in Part 2

2645 - Diploma of Arts (Education) Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

In Part 2, you will study 5 units:

  • 2 compulsory units,
  • 1 stream unit* and
  • 2 education units (including a zero credit point professional experience unit).

*You can choose between 2 streams:

  • Sociology stream for students considering majoring in communication, international relations or media studies.
  • Psychology stream for students who would like to complete a major in psychology or become a psychologist.

Students enrolling in Part 1

You must enrol in the 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1350 Media Studies A: Australian Screen Culture
  • MCD1560 Introduction to Journalism
  • MCD1570 Introduction to Academic Writing
  • MCD1110 Data Analysis

Students enrolling in Part 2

You must enrol in 5 units in your first trimester.

  • MCD6010 Academic Writing
  • MCD6020 Media and Culture
  • MCD6120 Introduction to Sociology
  • MCD8010 Working in Education: An Introduction to the Profession
  • MCD8030 Primary Professional Experience 1A

For incoming students in the Part 2 Psychology stream, you will study 5 units in your first trimester.

  • MCD6010 Academic Writing
  • MCD6020 Media and Culture
  • MCD6080 Psychology 1A
  • MCD8010 Working in Education: An Introduction to the Profession
  • MCD8030 Primary Professional Experience 1A

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.


Click on this video for more information.

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2613 – Diploma of Art and Design

The Diploma of Arts and Design has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 consists of 1 or 2 trimesters of study depending on your chosen stream.

2613 - Diploma of Art and Design Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

If you enter Part 1, you’ll study dedicated Art and Design units to prepare you for your chosen Part 2 stream. In Part 2, you’ll choose your specialisation and study the same units as first-year University students. You can choose specialisations in Architectural Design, Fine Art, Communication Design, Spatial Design and Industrial Design

Units in Architectural Design and Fine Arts are not offered every trimester. Your entry time into the Diploma will be determined by which specialisation you chose.

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1270 Drawing A
  • MCD1280 Art & Design Theory A
  • MCD1330 Basic Design Studio A
  • MCD1340 Visual Arts Studio A

If needed, you can change your Part 2 specialisation before you start Part 2 units.

Students enrolling in Part 2

You will go directly into your chosen specialisation and study the same units as first year University students. Each trimester, you will study 3 units: one 12cpt unit and two 6cpt units. There is also a non-credit point online unit to be completed.

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester depending on your chosen degree.

Architectural Design Stream:

  • MCD5130 Architecture Studio 1
  • MCD5190 Architecture Communication 1
  • MCD5020 Art & Design Theory C
  • MCD5120 Intro to Art & Design Health & Safety

Fine Art Stream:

  • MCD5200 Fine Art Studio 1
  • MCD5040 Drawing C
  • MCD5020 Art & Design Theory C
  • MCD5120 Intro to Art & Design Health & Safety,
  • MCD5260 Painting introduction: materials and methods or MCD5270 Photography

Note: MCD5200,MCD5260 and MCD5270 are ONLY offered in February Trimester each year

Communication Design, Spatial Design and Industrial Design stream:

  • MCD5210 Collaborative Design Studio 1
  • MCD5040 Drawing C
  • MCD5020 Art & Design Theory C
  • MCD5120 Intro to Art & Design Health & Safety

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

If you can't see the above video you can view on Youku

2607 – Diploma of Business (Business)

There are two streams to choose in the Diploma of Business:

1. 2607 – Diploma of Business (Business). This is suited to students who are interested in a Business degree majoring in banking and finance, marketing and accounting. This Diploma has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.

2. 2608 – Diploma of Business (Commerce). This stream requires a higher level of mathematics and leads to majors in areas such as economics, finance, actuarial studies and accounting

2607 - Diploma of Business (Business) Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1010 Accounting for Business
  • MCD1020 Introduction to Management
  • MCD1110 Data Analysis
  • MCD1690 Introductory Economics

Students enrolling in Part 2

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD2020 Microeconomics
  • MCD2040 Managing People and Organisations
  • MCD2050 Marketing 1: Marketing Theory and Practice
  • MCD2080 Business Statistics

Note: If you have met the English requirement but failed to meet the Academic requirement of Part 2, you may receive an offer for accelerated Part 1 (Part 1A). If you meet this requirement, we will contact you with more information about what units you must enrol in before the Diploma Orientation day.

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

If you can't see the above video you can view on Youku

2647 – Diploma of Business (Business Education)

Choosing an Education specialisation as part of your main Diploma gives you the opportunity to enrol on a double degree at Monash University.

Each trimester, you will be given the opportunity to practice your newly acquired teaching skills by participating in a professional learning experience over 5 days in a local school.

You will be required to sit the CASPer test and may choose to sit the literacy and numeracy LANTITE tests while you are studying in Diploma.

The Diploma of Business (Business Education) has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 5 units each trimester

Note: The Education specialisation units only start in Part 2

2647 - Diploma of Business (Business Education) Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Each trimester in Part 2, you will study 5 units: 3 compulsory business units and two education units (one education unit is a zero credit point professional experience unit).

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in the following 4 compulsory units:

  • MCD1110 Data Analysis
  • MCD1010 Accounting for Business
  • MCD1020 Introduction to Management
  • MCD1690 Introductory Economics

Students enrolling in Part 2

You must enrol in the following 5 units:

  • MCD2020 Microeconomics
  • MCD2040 Managing People and Organisations
  • MCD2050 Marketing 1: Marketing Theory and Practice
  • MCD8010 Working in Education: An Introduction to the Profession
  • MCD8030 Primary Professional Experience 1A

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

If you can't see the above video you can view on Youku

2608 – Diploma of Business (Commerce)

There are two streams to choose in the Diploma of Business:

1. 2607 – Diploma of Business (Business). This is suited to students who are interested in a Business degree majoring in banking and finance, marketing and accounting.

2. 2608 – Diploma of Business (Commerce). This stream requires a higher level of mathematics and leads to majors in areas such as economics, finance, actuarial studies and accounting

This Diploma has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.

2608 - Diploma of Business (Commerce) Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1010 Accounting for Business
  • MCD1020 Introduction to Management
  • MCD1110 Data Analysis
  • MCD1690 Introductory Economics

Students enrolling in Part 2

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD2020 Microeconomics
  • MCD2040 Managing People and Organisations
  • MCD2050 Marketing 1
  • MCD2080 Business Statistics

Note: If you have met the English requirement but failed to meet the Academic requirement of Part 2, you may receive an offer for accelerated Part 1 (Part 1A). If you meet this requirement, we will contact you with more information about what units you must enrol in before the Diploma Orientation day.

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

If you can't see the above video you can view on Youku

2612 – Diploma of Engineering (Engineering)

The Diploma of Engineering (Engineering) has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 3 trimesters long and you will study 3 units in your 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimester.

2612 - Diploma of Engineering (Engineering) Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in the following 4 compulsory units:

  • MCD1160 Introductory Engineering Computing
  • MCD1170 Introductory Chemistry
  • MCD1180 Introductory Physics
  • MCD1700 Introductory Mathematics

Students enrolling in Part 2

You must enrol in 3 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD4160 Physics for Engineering
  • MCD4390 Chemistry 1
  • MCD4510 Preparatory Maths

If you are enrolling in Part 2 and must enrol in MCD1200 Physics A as per your offer letter, you must enrol in the following 3 compulsory units:

  • MCD1200 Physics A (Please contact Student Administration student.admin@monashcollege.edu.au and we will enrol you in this unit.)
  • MCD4390 Chemistry 1
  • MCD4510 Preparatory Maths

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

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2638 – Diploma of Information Technology

The Diploma of Information Technology has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 units each trimester

2638 - Diploma of Information Technology Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1160 Introductory Engineering Computing
  • MCD1170 Introductory Chemistry
  • MCD1180 Introductory Physics
  • MCD1700 Introductory Mathematics

Students enroling in Part 2

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

If your destination degree is Bachelor of Information Technology, you must enrol in 4 compulsory units:

  • MCD1470 Engineering Practices
  • MCD2130 Functions and Their Applications (Please contact Student Administration student.admin@monashcollege.edu.au and we will enrol you in this unit.)
  • MCD4700 Introduction to Computer Systems, Networks and Security
  • MCD4720 Fundamentals of C++

If your destination degree is Bachelor of Computer Science, you must enrol in 4 compulsory units:

  • MCD1470 Engineering Practices
  • MCD4490 Advanced Mathematics
  • MCD4700 Introduction to Computer Systems, Networks and Security
  • MCD4720 Fundamentals of C++

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

If you can't see the above video you can view on Youku

2637 – Diploma of Science

The Diploma of Science has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 units each trimester

2637 - Diploma of Science Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD1160 Introductory Engineering Computing
  • MCD1170 Introductory Chemistry
  • MCD1180 Introductory Physics
  • MCD1700 Introductory Mathematics

Students enroling in Part 2

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units in your first trimester.

  • MCD4390 Chemistry 1
  • MCD4410 Blueprints for Life
  • MCD2080 Business Statistics
  • Elective* (Please refer to course map to find out what electives available)

*Units may change depending on your chosen major. The Team Leader will provide you with more information about majors at Orientation. There will also be an opportunity to discuss and make changes to your enrolment during this time.

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

If you can't see the above video you can view on Youku

2646 – Diploma of Science (Education)

Choosing an Education specialisation as part of your main Diploma gives you the opportunity to enrol on a double degree at Monash University.

Each trimester, you will be given the opportunity to practice your newly acquired teaching skills by participating in a professional learning experience over 5 days in a local school.

You will be required to sit the CASPer test and may choose to sit the literacy and numeracy LANTITE tests while you are studying in Diploma.

The Diploma of Science (Education) has 2 parts:

  • Part 1 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 4 compulsory units each trimester.
  • Part 2 is 2 trimesters long and you will study 5 units each trimester

Note: The Education specialisation units only start in Part 2

2646 - Diploma of Science (Education) Course Map

The course map outlines the normal sequence of units you enrol in to complete your Diploma within the standard timeframe.

Course Map

Students enroling in Part 1

You must enrol in 4 compulsory units

  • MCD1160 Introductory Engineering Computing
  • MCD1170 Introductory Chemistry
  • MCD1180 Introductory Physics
  • MCD1700 Introductory Mathematics

Students enroling in Part 2

You must enrol in the following 5 compulsory units:

  • MCD2080 Business Statistics
  • MCD4390 Chemistry 1
  • MCD4410 Blueprints for Life
  • MCD8010 Understanding Learning and Learners
  • MCD8030 Primary Professional Experience 1A

Your Unit Guide has more information about your units including the unit learning outcomes and assessment details.

Click on this video for more information

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Step 3: Register details and enrol in units

Online enrolment is open from Monday 4 January 2022 until Monday 14 February 2022

Using your Monash account, you can now log in to our Web Enrolment System  (WES) and register your details.

You will need to work through each step in order - each section has to be completed before the next section is unlocked.

  • agree to the education and health cover rules for overseas students
  • update your personal and contact information
  • fill out the Enrolment Questionnaire

Click here to enter the Web Enrolment System (WES) and complete the above steps by Monday 14 February 2022.

Make sure you click the SUBMIT ENROLMENT button once you have entered all your units. If you need to change units, you have until Friday, Week 1 of the trimester.

How to confirm that you have enrolled

After entering your units and submitting your enrolment, look for:

  • ENROLLED next to your units
  • Submission successful and a transaction number beginning with U icon

Watch the video below for a step by step guide to the process:

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Help with this step

After you login, here's what to do

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Login using the button above:

  • click the Enrolment / Re-enrolment link
  • then agree to the Student Acknowledgement statement.
Enrolment summary screen

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Work your way through the first two sections of the Enrolment Summary screen:

  1. Contact details
  2. Enrolment Questionnaire

You need to do each section in order from top to bottom to unlock the next section.

Please ensure you update the Postal Address to an Australian Postal Address and enter your mobile number.

Finding units in the enrolment system

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If your unit is not listed in the unit enrolment section, you can search for units by clicking To Add Units Click here

Enter the Unit code to search for units. In this example, we’ve entered Diploma of Business unit MCD1690 and click Search Now

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This will create a list of pending units

To search for more, click To Add Units Click here and repeat until you have added all your units for the first trimester. Please refer to your course map.

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Submit your enrolment

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Once you have entered your first trimester units, make sure you click the SUBMIT ENROLMENT button.

There are 2 view screenshot screen (Use below) – you can refer to MU Get started website for sample.

Your enrolment is complete when you see the message Submission Successful with a transaction number beginning with U.

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Step 4: Attend Virtual Orientation program and on campus activity

ORIENTATION IS THE OFFICIAL START OF YOUR SEMESTER.

The compulsory Virtual Orientation program will prepare you for your Diplomas studies and first day of classes. Your Virtual Orientation will take place between Monday 14 February 2022 and Friday 18 February 2022.

An invitation weblink to the Virtual Orientation program will be emailed to your Monash Email Account prior to Monday 14 February 2022.

Before attending Virtual Orientation, it is important that you set up the Monash VPN. and understand Zoom . You will have trouble accessing the Virtual Orientation without having done this.

VPN

The VPN is a virtual private network that allows you to access Monash College applications and services. It is strongly recommended that you set up the VPN. Full details and setup information can be found here.

For students from Mainland China, watch this short video to see how to install and connect to the Monash International VPN on your laptop or desktop.

If you are unable to view the video, you can watch it on Youku.

For students from all other regions, follow the Instruction here to install and connect to the Monash VPN on your laptop or desktop.

If you have any issues with accessing our VPN, contact   servicedesk@monash.edu. Leave your Monash ID number, name and contact details as well as a suitable time when a support team member can contact you and assist. Or you may wish to call them directly on +61 3 9903 2777

Zoom

Zoom is an online video conferencing tool that will keep you connected with your teachers and peers while you are studying virtually from your home.

You will join Zoom meetings to attend your virtual classes. You can use Zoom on a computer or a mobile device. You do not need to download Zoom onto your computer, but you do need to download the app for mobiles and tablets. You will also need a working microphone and speakers.

Please spare a moment to read this Zoom: Essential Skills Guide to help you use Zoom as part of the Virtual Classroom.


KEY DATES

4 January 2022 – 14 February 2022: Enrol in your units in the Web Enrolment System
Before 14 February 2022:
Receive Virtual Orientation invitation weblink to Monash Email Account
14 February 2022 – 18 February 2022:
Attend Virtual Orientation program
19 February 2022:
Timetable release* via Allocate + (Choose: Monash College student)
21 February 2022:
Diploma classes commence

*You must be enrolled in your units in WES by 5pm, Wednesday 16 February 2022 to be able to view your timetable when it is officially released. Enrolling after 5pm Wednesday 16 February 2022 may result in an incomplete timetable, preventing you from starting classes on time.

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Step 5 - Order your Monash student ID card

You may continue to this step only after you have successfully set up Monash account and attended first day of Orientation. If you had a Monash ID card from an earlier course, you may skip this step and use the current card until it is expired.

TIP: The first step requires you to upload some photo ID such as your passport to verify your identity. This is separate to the photo you provide for your student card.

  1. Log in to the Web Enrolment System
  2. In the Student Services section, go to Submit your photo for an ID card option then click Submit your photo.
  3. Scan and submit your passport photo page (page or pages with both photo and information) as proof of your identity. The photo of your passport should include your name, date of birth, country of origin, etc. View a sample of a passport photo page.
  4. Submit your individual photo for your student ID card. View Photograph Guidelines.
  5. Confirm your details, verify that your ID, name and email address is correct. For delivery method, click the Receive by mail option.

Receiving your ID card

Once your ID card is printed and ready, it will be posted to your Melbourne postal address that you updated on the Web Enrolment System.  Make sure your address details are correct. We don't post ID cards outside Australia.

Login to order your ID card


Help with this step

Having problems with your photo ID?

Monash Student ID card guideline

A step-by-step guide to applying your Monash Student ID card

Reasons your photo may be rejected

  • You haven't provided photo ID such as a passport or driver's licence to verify your identity (first step)
  • Your ID document (e.g. passport or licence) was cropped or wasn't scanned properly
  • The photo submitted for your student card is too dark
  • Previously, you had a Monash University or College ID card
  • You selected postage to receive your card but you didn't supply a valid Australian address
Using your student ID card

Your student ID card is called an M-Pass. You can use it to:

  • access your campus building
  • add credit to pay for printing, copying and library fines
  • borrow books and resources from the library
  • access student discounts  
  • identify yourself on campus and at exams.

For more details, see student ID cards.

Need more help?

For more help:

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