ug-arts-students1Congratulations on your offer, and welcome to the Monash Arts community.

Here you will find we are committed to providing you not just with an excellent academic education, but also with an enjoyable experience that combines intellectual stimulation with social interaction and engagement with the wider world.

Now is the time to start exploring our challenging and exciting programs. Below you will find information to help you start planning your course. You will need to start thinking about your preferred major or specialisation, and select subjects (units) for your first year of enrolment.

Select your course below, and access your course planning tools, including course maps and information on subjects (units), majors or specialisations. Make sure you bookmark the links relevant to your choices, so that you can revisit them during the enrolment steps.

Remember to attend a course information session, and we have also included some other helpful information below.

Course information sessions

Course information sessions are for all new undergraduate students, domestic and international. They help you understand how to structure and enrol in your course.

If you were unable to attend the Course Information Sessions due to exceptional circumstances, you should follow the steps to enrol online.  Please see the below resources:

Postgraduate students can visit the Arts Student Services counter at their campus for assistance.

Other things to consider

Units that you need permission to enrol in

Some units have limited places or the unit coordinator wants to authorise enrolments.
See units you need permission to enrol in.

Studying a language

You can start a new language or continue study at a level appropriate to your skills. If you wish to start studying a language at a higher level than introductory, you will need to undertake an online language entry level test to determine the level at which you should start.  Starting points are shown for each language in the areas of study.

Getting credit for previous study

You may be eligible for credit for previous study or learning.
See credit for prior learning.


Admissions, enrolment and pathways policy and procedures