Engineering application form

Before you start

To be eligible for the Professional Year Engineering program, you must have:

  • An academic transcript and completion letter of an Engineering degree from an Australian or recognised overseas institution (minimum 2 years duration)
  • An engineering related Australian qualification completed in the past two years if you are holding an overseas engineering qualification that is over four years old.
  • IELTS test result with a minimum score of 6.0 and no less than 5.0 in any of the four competencies
  • Obtained or applied for a subclass 485 Temporary Graduate Visa*
  • A skills assessment letter with a the nominated Engineering ANZSCO Code from Engineers Australia

*Offshore university graduates holding 476 visa may be eligible to complete the Professional Year in Engineering

Applications for the Professional Year Engineering are made to Engineering Education Australia.

Download the EEA application form

Application process is as following:

Step 1. Complete the EEA application form

Step 2. Submit application with all certified supporting documentation to Engineering Education Australia (EEA) at professionalyear@eeaust.com.au for assessment (For a list of what documents are required, please refer to the application form) and cc: mpp-programs@monashcollege.edu.au

Step 3. Applicant will be contacted regarding initial acceptance of the application with an application acknowledgement letter. Once payment has been received the applicant will be advised of the progression to the next stage of the process – an interview time with Monash Professional Pathways.

Step 4. Applicant to be advised of class location and start time details once the interview process is complete.

Please note that Engineering application closing date is ONE WEEK prior to the intake date.

Refer to the Professional Year Calendar and Fees page for details of class options.

Please note that laptops are not provided for this course, so please bring your own device.

Contact us on 03 9903 8788 if you have any questions.

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