2022 application dates
Students who are taking the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) for university entrance in 2023 should note the key 2022 dates:
- Testing begins – Friday 1 July 2022
- Last testing date – Friday 12 August 2022
- Results delivered to universities by early September 2022
The University of Melbourne
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Admission pathways and entry requirements
Future Leaders Scheme – nominations open! Schools can nominate their School Captain/s and/or Dux for the Future Leaders Scheme by submitting a nomination through the portal. Need help? Ask a question.
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New Career Advisors Guide for Medicine and Dentistry
The new 65-page Careers Advisors Guide contains extensive answers to 45 of the most commonly asked questions by students and parents, 18 questions that should be asked (but don’t), on top of a very updated 10-page appendix containing key dates, selection criteria, and subject pre-requisites for medical and dental programs. Here are just a few of the questions we answer in the guide:
- What other pathways for entry are available (besides high school and graduate entry)?
- Which universities require you to apply directly to the uni?
- How do I choose the right medical/dental school for me?
- Why do some people study hard for the UCAT but get a low score?
- How do UCAT scores work?
- What are the interviewers looking for?
- What are some common interview questions? What do interview questions look like?
- How do I score in the interview?
To download your free careers advisor guide, click here.
Undertake a double degree at Monash University
In 2022, we are expanding the availability and access for domestic students across a range of our courses, including many double degree courses in Arts, Humanities and Sciences; Business; Information Technology and Law. This change means more students will be successful in their double degree preference than in previous years. Click here for more information.
Bachelor of Radiation Sciences prerequisites
The Bachelor of Radiation Sciences prepares you to play an important role in shaping the future of health. Our course trains you in medical radiation science as well as health and patient care, and you have the choice of two specialisations: radiation sciences or informatics – find out more here.
The future of Marketing at Monash
Digital transformation has changed marketing in ways few could have imagined, and digital technology is the foundation that will drive major marketing trends for the foreseeable future.
At Monash, there are a number of ways to study marketing – including a range of majors and a specialist marketing degree, giving students the insight and skills they need to stay ahead of the curve.
Students can book a one-on-one consultation with the Monash Business School for more information – find out more here.
New Arts degree – Commerce and Politics, Philosophy and Economics
This double degree combines the deep focus of the Bachelor of Commerce with the interdisciplinary study of the Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE). Commerce leads to a wide range of careers in leadership and management, policy development, and problem-solving in all sectors. PPE equips graduates with the skills necessary to navigate the changing world. Find out more here.