Entry requirements

The Medicine program at Monash University is currently available only to students who have completed their pre-university studies. Selection will be based on a combination of:

1. Pre-University qualifications (eg. A levels, IB, MUFY, South Australian Matriculation, Australian Matriculation, STPM etc)

2. International Student Admission Test (ISAT)

3. Adequate performance in the Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)

4. English Proficiency

1. Pre-university Qualification

Satisfactory completion of an appropriate pre-university course is required. Results of pre-university studies must be available prior to commencement of the medicine course. Chemistry is a pre-requisite at the pre-university level and students need to demonstrate a high level of academic achievement in this subject.

Applicants must have completed Year 12 studies or relevant degree within the previous two years.

2. International Student Admission Test (ISAT)

Applicants are required to undertake the International Student Admissions Test (ISAT). ISAT results will contribute towards the overall ranking for entry into the course.

Test Window 1:  2 May – 20 May 2022
Test Window 2:  1 August – 20 August 2022
Test Window 3:  7 November – 25 November 2022
Test Window 4: 23 January – 3 February 2023 (registrations open in late November 2022)

For updates and further information about ISAT including test centres and closing date, please visit their website at www.acer.edu.au/isat or inquire at :

ISAT office

Australian Council for Educational Research

Add: 19 Prospect Hill Rd, Camberwell, VIC, Australia 3124
Tel: +61 3 9277 5555
Fax: +61 3 9277 5500

ACER Press Customer Service

Tel: 1800 338 402 (Toll Free)

3. Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)

The Multiple Mini Interviews will be conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Melbourne. Other interview sites may also be announced, so please check our website and with local agents. The interview format is designed to evaluate whether you possess the relevant personal qualities to succeed in the medicine course, and you’ll be assessed by trained interviewers. MMI stations will comprise a series of scenarios and associated questions focusing on your relevant personal qualities such as:

  • Motivation

  • Communication skills

  • Critical thinking

  • Ethical/empathetic reasoning

The MMI consists of four sequential interview stations. At each station, you’ll be interviewed for eight minutes, followed by a two-minute changeover (i.e. 10 minutes per station), with a circuit that takes 40 minutes to complete. If you haven’t been invited to
participate, you cannot request for an interview.

4. English Proficiency

You must be proficient in English. This can be demonstrated through one of the following:

Monash English Bridging is not accepted for admission into this program

Final selection

The final ranked list of applicants will take into account scores in the pre-university examinations, ISAT score, English score and performance at interviews.

Graduate Applicants

A small number of graduates are considered for entry into the Medicine program at Monash Malaysia. Selection is based on strict criteria which include performance in the first degree and/or pre-university program, Aptitude test (either GAMSAT/MCAT), English and interviews. Please contact the Medicine admission office for more information on specific requirements.

Special consideration/ disadvantage

Statements regarding circumstances which may have seriously impaired an applicant's studies in the final year of school may be submitted with a request for special consideration at the time of application.


There will be no opportunity for transfer of enrolment between the medicine program in Malaysia and Australia.

Important information

General Studies/ Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum (Compulsory Subjects)

Please refer to the link below to find out more about the General Studies requirements and the process.


Health requirements

The faculty has an Immunisation and Infection Risk Policy and students are required to comply with a number of recommendations and procedures to enable them to proceed through the course with an acceptable low level of risk.

Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) requirements

All applicants are required to have studied Biology, Chemistry and a third subject which can be either Physics or Maths at the pre university level and should have achieved minimum requirements as set by the MMC. For students who are applying with a matriculation, foundation or pre-medical program, the MMC has indicated that applicants would need to have obtained a minimum of B at school leaver level (SPM or O-Level) in the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics or Additional Mathematics and another subject. Please visit www.mmc.gov.my and click the tab “Minimum Entrance Requirements”.

These requirements may change in accordance with MMC guideline.

Sri Lanka Medical Council requirement

All Sri Lankan citizens must meet requirements set by the Sri Lanka Medical Council. Please visit www.srilankamedicalcouncil.org for updated details.

Training in Australia

To undertake any components of study in Australia, students will be required to undertake a police check by the Victorian Police, a Working with Children Check, and to register with the Medical Practitioners’ Board of Victoria.