If you're an elite athlete or performer, you may be eligible for Monash University’s Elite Student Performer Entry Scheme.
Additional consideration for up to 10 ATAR points can be given for entry into Monash University undergraduate and graduate degrees to applicants who:
Elite athletes are defined as students who:
Applications for 2022 entry will open in November 2021. Please see below for steps on how to apply for the Elite Athletes and Artistic Performers Entry Scheme, when open:
Step 1: Apply for courses with VTAC
First you need to choose your Monash University undergraduate degree preferences and apply with VTAC by the due date(s).
Step 2: Submit an online application to Monash
Once you've submitted your course application through VTAC, you can apply online for the Elite Student Performer Entry Scheme (link below).
You will need to provide a verification letter from one of the Recognised Organisations (as listed above).
You will receive an email receipt for your application.
Step 3: Be assessed
Elite athletes who are currently in Year 12 and will complete their VCE or equivalent qualification in 2021, and meet the course prerequisites will be considered for an additional 10 ATAR points.
Step 4: Wait for offers
If your application is successful, you will receive a conditional offer for the upcoming 2022 Semester 1 intake. The offer will include instructions on how to accept.
Step 5: If successful - ongoing ESPS support and obligations
Successful applicants will be contacted with information on how to be fast-tracked into the Monash University Elite Student Performer Scheme.
On an annual basis Students must maintain their performance discipline level, meet academic requirements, represent the University when available, act as an ambassador for the university and adhere to all University policies and procedures. Failure to do so may put your status in the Scheme at jeopardy.
If you would like to know more about the scheme or have any questions, contact us via email at email@example.com
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