• How to Apply

How to apply

Learn how to apply to study at Melbourne Institute of Technology. Whether you're a domestic or an international student, toggle the button to access the information that applies to you.

After visiting our course page and choosing your course, you can follow the following application steps:

Step 1: Check the course entry requirements.

  • Make sure you meet the entry requirements for your chosen course.

Step 2: What to include with your application?

  • Evidence of completion of your previous studies that is award certificates or transcript with completion confirmed.
  • Proof of identity—for example, your passport or birth certificate or citizenship.
  • Evidence of English language skills (if you completed studies from a non-English speaking country).
  • Proof of your permanent residency or citizenship if you were born overseas.

Certifying your academic documents

You should provide certified copies of your academic and other essential documents at the time of application.

Step 3: Apply

Apply direct to MIT using our direct Application Portal. The following applicants should apply directly:

  • Postgraduate applicants
  • Non-current Year 12 applicants

Current Year 12 students (VIC)

If you are a Year 12 student from VIC, you should apply through VTAC. VTAC applications are made online through the VTAC website. To learn more about the application process, visit VTAC.

Apply via VTAC

Current Year 12 students (NSW)

If you are a Year 12 student from NSW, you should apply through UAC. UAC applications are made online through the UAC website. To learn more about the application process, visit the UAC website

Apply via UAC

What happens next?

We look at everything in your application before making our decision. This process can take around five working days, or sometimes longer during busy periods. If your application is successful, you'll receive an offer from MIT or VTAC. If you applied through VTAC, they'd contact you with our decision via your VTAC user account. For offer dates, visit the VTAC website at vtac.edu.au.

How to accept your offer

If you've received an offer to study at MIT, congratulations! Before you accept, check all the conditions on your offer letter. You'll find these listed under the 'Special conditions of the offer'. We may need some extra documents from you, so be sure to send these to us before the offer acceptance date on your letter.

Need to defer?

You can defer up to 12 months if you need. Just make sure you let us know before the offer acceptance and enrolment date on your offer letter.

Students with disabilities

MIT will make reasonable adjustments for students with disabilities to participate in the course.

Contact us

Phone our friendly student recruitment team on 1800 648 669.

enquiries@mit.edu.au

Please read our Whole of Institution Information Set.