If you believe you are eligible to graduate from your course please take time to read the information carefully so that you are familiar with all the procedures associated with the graduation process.
It is the student’s responsibility to apply for their graduation.
This information and graduation application is only applicable to all MIT students.
Note: University of Ballarat students, please refer to the University graduation site at http://www.ballarat.edu.au/current-students/graduations-and-beyond/graduations.)
Graduation from Melbourne Institute of Technology certifies the achievement of a satisfactory level of academic and professional proficiency in all courses as defined in the individual's program plan. The requirement for graduation for undergraduate and postgraduate programs is the attainment of a minimum cumulative credit points.
For example all undergraduate courses at MIT require completion of 24 units equivalent to 360 credit points and the Masters Programs require a total of 240 credit points. Course credits that have been completed elsewhere, where appropriate and credit transfer has been approved, will count towards determining the student's credit points.
Students, who have applied for graduation, but do not complete their program requirements before the graduation date; must apply again to become re-eligible for the next graduation date.
Verification of Course Completion
Students who are eligible to graduate can collect their course completion letter and academic transcript from MIT, two weeks after the result publication date in their final trimester.