100 point program
1. In order to be considered for entry, applicants must have concurrent enrolment in a University of Melbourne undergraduate degree or an approved graduate coursework or research higher degree program.
(Note: Meeting this requirement does not guarantee selection)
2. In ranking applications, the Selection Committee will consider prior academic performance.
(Note: Quotas may apply for individual language streams)
3. The Selection Committee may seek further information to clarify any aspect of an application in accordance with the Academic Board rules on the use of selection instruments.
4. Applicants will satisfy the University’s English language requirements for the Diploma by meeting the English language requirements for the undergraduate, graduate coursework or research higher degree in which they are enrolled concurrently.
- Students are permitted to enter the diploma at the start of any semester before the completion of the companion undergraduate, graduate or RHD program.
- Undergraduate students are encouraged to complete one year of study before applying for the Diploma in Languages and should complete the appropriate language subjects in the first year of their degree.
- For undergraduate students, up to 50 points of advanced standing into the Diploma in Languages may be granted. Once a subject has been successfully completed, credit points for the subject cannot be moved between the degree and the diploma to allow additional subjects to be taken in the degree.
- The Diploma in Languages cannot be awarded until all requirements of both the diploma and the undergraduate degree (or graduate coursework or research higher degree program) have been met.
For application and further admission information for the Diploma please visit the Faculty of Arts website