Duration : November 2019 to February 2020 Teaching period: SSA (Day) Remark : Web enrolment for the summer semester is NOT available. All science summer units have to be enrolled manually. You can commence enrolling into science summer units from 2 September 2019 onward.
* Timetable will be updated from time to time. Although the Faculty will try at best to avoid any changes, it is the student's responsibility to check the timetable amendments.
** Permission of the Head of School plus students must have the approval of project and supervisor prior to enrolment. In addition, students must pass 24 points of second level studies with a distinction average including a minimum of 12 points in the discipline directly relevant to the project.
IMPORTANT: It is your responsibility to confirm that any summer semester units completed will count towards your current degree and that you have met any prerequisite requirements. If you have any queries you should contact your managing faculty before enrolling in the summer unit.
Step 1: Complete the Enrolment Amendment Form and submit to Course Management Office, School of Science (Building 4, Level 8). Note: Students from other schools will need to seek approval from your Course Management Office before completing Step 1 (staff signature and school stamp on the enrolment amendment form). Enrolment deadline: TBC
Step 2: Check WES to see if your enrolment for the science summer unit is successful.
Step 3: If enrolment is successful, obtain your fee invoice from fee calculator. Your summer enrolment will be automatically discontinued if payment is not received by the specified date. Payment deadline: TBC
Note: Enrolments are limited and are on a first come, first served basis.
Step 3: Seek permission from the Supervisor and Unit Coordinator to enrol in the science research project units.
Step 4: Submit the completed Enrolment Amendment Form and/ or ‘Permission To Enrol In A Science Research Project / Special Topics Unit’ form to Course Management Office, School of Science (Building 4, Level 8) for final consideration. Enrolment deadline: TBC
Step 5: Check WES to see if your enrolment for the science summer unit is successful.
Step 6: If enrolment is successful, obtain your fee invoice from fee calculator. Your summer enrolment will be automatically discontinued if payment is not received by the specified date. Payment deadline: TBC
You must seek course advice and faculty approval from your home campus for unit(s) you wish to enrol at Malaysia campus to ensure no disruptions to your course progression.
Step 1: Before applying for the program, arrange an appointment with your Faculty course adviser to confirm your eligibility via a course progression check and obtain their approval for you to complete the unit. Each Faculty has its own program approval process, so be sure to read the details pertaining to your faculty on your faculty contacts page prior to booking an appointment.
Step 2: If your Faculty confirms your eligibility and provides you with the approval, complete the Summer at Monash Application Form. If you are applying for SCI3990, you will also need to complete the ‘Permission To Enrol In A Science Research Project / Special Topics Unit’ form. Forward a copy of your Faculty approval documentation (i.e approved course progression check), your completed Summer at Monash Malaysia Application Form and Permission to Enrol in A Science Research Project/Special Topic (SCI3990 applications only) to email@example.com. Submission deadline: TBC
Step 3: If your application is successful, Monash Malaysia staff will provide you with an offer via email which must be accepted by the stated deadline. Information on fees will be enclosed in your offer letter.
Step 4: If you accept your offer in writing, Monash Malaysia staff will enrol you into the associated unit(s).
Step 5: Once you have been enrolled, Monash Malaysia staff will send you an email confirming your enrolment into your chosen Monash Malaysia Summer Program unit(s) and will provide you with further instructions on how to register with Monash Abroad.
Non-Malaysian students will require a student pass to study in Malaysia. You are required to submit the following documents stated in the link student pass to facilitate the application for a student pass.
If you are currently undertaking studies at another institution, you may apply to study science summer unit(s) at Monash University Malaysia campus as a cross-institutional student (on a non-award basis) from 2 September 2019. Please note enrolments are limited.
Step 1: Obtain approval from your home institution for the unit(s) you wish to enrol at Monash University Malaysia.
Step 3: Send the completed Cross-Institutional Application Form (Summer) and other relevant documents to the address as stated on the form. Date TBC for non-Malaysian citizens and Malaysian citizens.
Non-Malaysian students will require a student pass to study in Malaysia. You are required to submit the following documents stated in the link student pass to facilitate the application for student pass.
You must ensure that you have met the unit prerequisites and approval is dependent on the availability of appropriate supervision and resources. If your application is successful, you will be sent a summer offer letter. Information on fees will be enclosed in the summer offer letter. You must accept the offer by the given deadline stated in the offer letter or else enrolment will be discontinued.