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Melbourne Schools Partnership
International (MSPI)
MSPI is a unique partnership between the University and 18 leading
independent schools in Melbourne, as well as the Department of Education
and Early Childhood Development. Each year the University organises a
range of on-campus events for international students enrolled in Years 11
and 12 at MSPI schools. These activities are designed to inspire students
about future study opportunities, and motivate them to maximise their
talents and abilities.
Offce of Admissions
Information Centre
Gate 3, Swanston Street
The University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010 Australia
13 MELB (13 6352)
+61 3 9035 5511
More info
There are a number of different
programs that the University of
Melbourne recognises as pathways to
undergraduate study.
Within Australia
Some of the most common pathways
to university study for international
students within Australia are:
Australian secondary school:
Many international students
complete secondary school in
Australia and then go on to university
here. As well as the Australian Year
12, some secondary schools also
offer the International Baccalaureate.
Foundation programs:
programs have been designed
in collaboration with Australian
universities to create a curriculum
that provides a bridge between
secondary and university studies.
There are usually multiple intakes
throughout the year of various
durations, depending on your
previous academic qualifcations.
For more information, see the entry
requirements on pages 98–103
Outside Australia
The University recognises many
international qualifcations as pathways
into our courses. Some of the most
common qualifcations are:
Australian Year 12 offered outside
Canadian pre-university
GCE A Levels
Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary
International Baccalaureate Diploma
Malaysian STPM
New Zealand NCEA.
Prerequisites for these and other
international qualifcations are listed on
pages 104–108. If your qualifcation isn’t
listed, please check Course Search or
the Future Students website:
Advanced standing/credit for
previous study
If the University recognises a
qualifcation as a tertiary-level pathway,
for example a diploma or bachelors
program at another institution, you may
be permitted to commence a course
with advanced standing or credit for
previous study. You can submit an
application for advanced standing when
you submit your application for entry.
For information, please contact
the Offce of Admissions (see right
for details).
When considering pathway options,
remember to check the entry
requirements for each course. See pages
104–108 for more information, or go to:
See page 110 for details of the
University’s English language