The Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) has three intakes per year; January, May and August.
1. Submit an online application.
2. Provide original or original certified supporting documentation.
Application commencement periods are as follows:
Trimester 1, January intake: "Summer Semester"
Trimester 2, May intake: "Winter Semester"
Trimester 3, August intake: "Spring Semester (July-October start, varies by course)"
IELTS: 7.0 with no individual band score under 7.
TOEFL: 600 with no less that 5.0 for TWE; or computer-based TOEFL of 253 with an essay rating (ER) of 5; or internet based TOEFL overall score of 102 with at least 24 in writing and no section lower than 20.
If your documentation is in a language other than English, an official certified translation must be provided. You are not required to submit academic transcripts for courses you have undertaken at Monash University, but should instead provide your Monash student number.
|Monash JD Intakes|
|Trimester 1 2015||Trimester 2 2015||Trimester 3 2015||Important Information|
|Course commencement period||
2015 Summer semester
|2015 Winter semester
|2015 Spring semester
|Applicants must enter the corresponding commencement period for the intake when applying online.|
|Applications close||14 November 2014||6 March 2015
||3 July 2015
||Applicants must submit a complete application, including all supporting documentation by 5:00 pm|
|Application outcome||15 December 2014
||10 April 2015
||3 August 2015
||Applications are assessed on a continuous basis and applicants will be advised via the online application tracking notification and receive an outcome letter. All applicants will have received an application outcome by the date listed.|
|Welcome orientation||13 January 2015
||28 April 2015
||18 August 2015||Applicants who accept their offer will be invited to attend the Monash JD Welcome Orientation.|
|Course commencement||19 January 2015
||4 May 2015
||24 August 2015||Please visit the Faculty website for Class Timetable. Students who needs to defer the offer or discontinue a unit, please check the Unit Discontinuation Dates prior submitting your application.|
If you have completed postgraduate law studies with another institution within the last eight years, you may apply for credit. The maximum amount of credit that can be granted towards the Monash JD is eight units. These may consist of eight core units (the named units in the course structure) or seven core units and one elective unit.
Credit will not be given for units completed as part of an undergraduate degree, although students may be exempted from units where appropriate.
When applying for credit or exemptions, an original or certified copy of your academic results and unit syllabus (units synopsis, assessment, number of hours, textbooks used) for the year the unit was studied is required for all studies not completed at Monash University.
You must submit the credit application form with your supporting documentation.