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Welcome to the School of Information Technology and congratulations on your offer of a place in the Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS).
Master of Business Information Systems
96 credit points
2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
6 years including any periods of intermission and suspension, and must be continuously be enrolled throughout.
Units have a code and a title:
e.g. FIT9132 Introduction to databases
Foundation units are denoted by a ‘9’ as the first digit and core, elective and capstone units are denoted by a ‘5’ as the first digit.
Please visit this website for information on course structure:
Kindly refer to this link:
Application to Overload
Application to under load
Minimum full load is 18 credit points per semester (3 units) – International students are required to seek advice from The International Student Pass Unit.
Kindly refer to this link : https://www.monash.edu.my/student-services/student-admin/enrol-and-re-enrol/changing-your-enrolment/intermission
Kindly take note if you are an international student, you will also need to obtain approval for intermission from the International Student Pass office by submitting your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindly refer to this link : https://www.monash.edu/exams/changes/special-consideration
For more information visit Monash abroad website at https://www.monash.edu.my/study-abroad
Exams are held from Monday to Friday over a three-week period at the end of semesters one and two. As your exams may be scheduled for any session within this period, you should ensure you are available for the entire three weeks.
Accessing your exam timetable
Six weeks before the start of the exam period, you can view your personal exam timetable:
Bring your student card (M-Pass)
To confirm your identify, you need to bring your student ID card (M-Pass) to every exam. If you don't have one, bring your passport. If you don't bring an approved form of photo ID to your exams, you could be fined or reported to your faculty, so make sure you bring your ID with you.
Further information on the examination could be found at:
Exam Scripts Viewing
We want to make sure you succeed in your studies at Monash and fulfil all your academic requirements. However, we know that from time to time things come up that can affect your academic progress.
For this reason, we check in twice a year to make sure you’re on track to complete your course in the required time. If you’re falling behind, we’ll let you know what support is available and, if needed, meet with you to discuss your progress and options.
All communications will be sent to your Monash email address, so if you don’t have access to your Monash account, you need to let your managing faculty know.
Unsatisfactory academic progress criteria
If any of the following circumstances apply, your progress will be assessed as unsatisfactory:
Academic progress risk levels
If you meet one of the criteria above, or your progress is at risk of being unsatisfactory, you’ll be assigned one of three academic progress risk levels:
At each risk level, we’ll provide you with a different level of support to try to help you get back on track with your studies.
If you’ve been assigned an academic progress risk level, you’ll be notified by email at your Monash account.
For further information regarding the Academic Progress, you can visit the below link: https://www.monash.edu/students/academic-progress
Students can access and print their results in Web Enrolment System (WES) once the results are released.
|NS||Supplementary Assessment Granted|
|SFR||Satisfied Faculty Requirements|
|NSR||Not Satisfied Requirements|
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Weighted Average Marks (WAM)
Further information pertaining to graduation, refer to:
If you are planning to discontinue your study, you may wish to discuss with staff of your school Education Management Office or your lecturers. You may wish to consider applying for intermission as an alternative.
Should you decide to proceed with course discontinuation, you should be aware of the strict deadlines which apply with regards to discontinuing units and courses and the financial and academic penalties that will be applied.
You can discontinue your course by submitting a Course Discontinuation form
- 4 units for Sem 1
- 4 units for Sem 2
Login to my.monash to access your email and key study resources, read student news and find out what’s happening on your campus.
View and edit your enrolment details, exam schedules, academic records, apply to graduate and track your application
Allocate+ the system where you enter and edit your timetable preferences
Access your unit materials, participate in discussion, submit assignment and check your grades.
You can access recorded lectures through Moodle.
Principal Dates for Monash University Malaysia
Semester dates summary
System access dates
Census dates and teaching periods
Update your current address/contact number on WES.
Check your student email regularly
Now that you understand your course so it’s time to enrol.
Domestic and International Students to:
* Follow the ‘Let’s Begin’ guidelines
Join the Virtual Orientation
If you have any questions related to the content of the orientation webpage, you may raise them during the school’s virtual orientation day.
Thank you and see you!