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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you can find answers to the most commonly asked questions.
If you require further assistance, contact our support team or arrange a time for them to call you.


Click the Apply Now button near the top of the page. Choose the course you are interested in and provide your contact details. An academic adviser will contact you and will guide you through the enrolment process, documentation you may need to provide, course fees or any questions you may have about online learning.

For entry to Monash University, you must meet the minimum English language requirements. You can do this by completing one of the qualifications listed.

  • Proof that the medium of instruction for your undergraduate course, completed within the last 3 years, was English. (MOI provided by the university.)
  • Achieve the minimum scores shown for any one of the English language tests below.

Paper-based TOEFL
Internet-based TOEFL
Overall Score


To apply for a Monash online course as a resident of India you will need to provide the following official documents:

  • Final degree certificate  - HSC, CBSE, ICSE, AISSC or any other standard XII certificate​
  • Undergraduate degree/certificate 
  • Mark sheet(s)/official transcripts from the most recently completed degree from an accredited college or university 
  • Aadhaar card or PAN Card
  • Proof of English proficiency. (Visit the "Entry requirements" section of your desired course page for more information on English language requirements.)
If you have questions about the application process, we encourage you to reach out to one of our dedicated academic advisers who can walk you through the process from start to finish. 

To be eligible for Monash's online degrees offered in India, you:

  • Must be a resident of India
  • Must be proficient in English 
  • You must have a relevant bachelor's degree or equivalent, graduating with a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 60, or equivalent qualification approved by our faculty.
  • Must be a minimum age of 18 years by the commencement of the course 
Visit the page for your desired course and refer to the "Entry requirements" section for more information on course-specific requirements and English language requirements.

Yes. Monash's online courses are taught fully in English, so you must be proficient in speaking, reading and writing in English in order to be eligible. Visit the course page and refer to the Entry requirements section for more information.
Monash may accept credits from completed postgraduate subjects in a related field. Please reach out to one of our academic advisers, who will be happy to answer your questions about credit transfer eligibility.

No, you will not need a visa to enrol in one of Monash´s online courses. As this is a fully online degree, you have the flexibility to study from home without having to travel or secure a visa. 






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Courses taught online at Monash have the same curriculum and study plans as our on-campus courses.

The biggest difference between in-person subjects and online subjects is that there are no set meeting times, enabling you to study on your own schedule. Instead of mandatory lectures, your units consist of weekly assignments, self-guided learning and discussion board topics. 

You will also interact with your instructors and peers during bi-weekly, informal live sessions known as “office hours”. These sessions are a great time to ask questions, bounce ideas off of your peers and benefit from supplemental instruction. (All synchronous aspects of your course will be in IST.)

In addition, Monash online courses in India feature curriculum that has been customised to the local market. While the core curriculum is the same as a Monash on-campus unit, faculty may include local case studies and examples to enhance the learning experience. 

Our advisors will walk you through the application and enrollment processes step by step. They are there to support you in choosing the course that is right for you and will continue to support you as you make your way through your degree. You may contact them by phone at +91 892 970 0398, WhatsApp at +16035076694 or email at

Once you are admitted as a Monash student you will have access to the same online resources that are available to in-person students. You will have access to Monash's online library and MoVE (Monash Virtual Environment), where you can find the specialised software and applications you'll need for your courses. 

In addition, our faculty members have chosen to teach our subjects because they are passionate about online education and the opportunities it opens up for Indian students. Throughout the term they are available to support you through any particularly challenging units, to answer your questions on assignments and to help mentor you in your chosen field. 

When the time comes toward the end of your degree to start job hunting or pitching your promotion, our career support specialists are available as a resource to you. They can help you with CV checks, mock job interviews and specific career service events. 

Our units are practice based and the types of assignments will vary depending on the course you choose. Typical units include written assignments, reports, case studies, online quizzes, group presentations and discussion boards. 

Units are hosted fully on our Learning Management System (LMS), and any textbooks and any external resources you’ll need will be found there. 

Reach out to an academic adviser to learn more about the curriculum and workload for your chosen course.

Yes. In a Monash online unit, there are many opportunities to interact with and benefit from your community of instructors and peers. 

Weekly discussion boards enable you to share your points of view and learn from your peers, and some units consist of group projects in which you can collaborate even more closely. Each Monash online unit also consists of optional live, biweekly "office hours" sessions, which allow you to interact directly with instructors and peers in real-time. 

Monash online faculty are available to provide additional guidance via email, and you may also set up 1:1 meetings as needed. 

Our online faculty members are readily available via discussion forums, email, and regular live “office hours” sessions. Students can also contact instructors to set up 1:1 meetings for additional support.

No, your diploma will be identical to that of an on-campus Monash student in Australia.

Each academic term is six weeks long with two weeks in between each term. In total, there are six term starts per year. You will be able to access your unit one week before the term start. 


One of our dedicated academic advisers can walk you through the exact cost of your course, as well as the payment options and grants that might be available to you. You can contact an adviser directly by calling +91 892 970 0398 or emailing

There is no fee to apply for a Monash online course. Click the Apply Now button at the top of this page and start the fee-free application process to contact an adviser who can assist you. 

We are happy to offer qualifying individuals 0% financing through our partners at GrayQuest. Contact an adviser to learn more about ways you can finance your Monash online course.

Yes. We encourage you to contact an adviser today to see if you qualify for available study grants or scholarships that can support you in funding your Monash education.


Monash Online in India is a partnership between Monash University and Avenu Learning for the delivery of a suite of postgraduate courses.  Monash University is one of the world’s top universities with 86,000 students across multiple international locations.  Learn more about Monash University.

Monash Online students graduate with a Monash University qualification.

Yes, Monash online students are welcome to visit our campuses and attend graduation, though if you choose to do so, costs and arrangements would be your responsibility. Speak with your adviser for more information.