Mid-year entry: Undergraduate domestic students
A number of undergraduate courses accept applications for mid-year entry, with successful applicants commencing their studies in Semester 2 (July).
Applications for mid-year entry are made through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) and for the following courses:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Arts (Extended)
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Design
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Science (Extended)
- Diploma in General Studies
Indicative entry standards for 2017 mid-year entry will be published here in April 2017.
Deferral policy for mid-year entry
Students who receive offers for mid-year entry are not eligible to defer this place. If you aren’t yet ready to commence studying with the University of Melbourne we advise you to reapply at a more suitable time.
Current University of Melbourne students
All applications are made through VTAC, including those from current University of Melbourne students wishing to apply for a different course.
If you are a Chancellor’s Scholar seeking a place in another course you will need to apply for the standard version of the course that is available through VTAC (for example, the Bachelor of Science if you wished to seek entry to the Bachelor of Science (Chancellor’s Scholars Program). Once you have been made an offer for the standard version of the course send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will them switch to your status as a Chancellor’s Scholar to the new course.
If you were an international student who has been granted Australian permanent residency you do not need to reapply to be considered for a Commonwealth supported place in the same course. Follow the instructions here to notify us of the change and you will automatically be considered for a Commonwealth supported place. Please note that your application will be treated competitively with the rest of the application pool and selection will be based on your academic record.
If you were an international student who has been granted Australian permanent residency who wishes to transfer to another University of Melbourne degree then you will need to apply through VTAC.