200 point program
2 years full-time / 4 years part-time
IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ENTRY, APPLICANTS MUST HAVE COMPLETED:
- An undergraduate degree with a major in a relevant discipline: chemistry, with a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of at least 65% in the best 50 points in appropriate discipline studies at third year.
- At least 25 points (two subjects) of third-year university-level chemistry subjects, of which 12.5 points (one subject) must be practical-based.
Students must list the names of three potential supervisors as part of the application process. Applicants are encouraged to make contact with these supervisors prior to listing them on their application.
How to find a supervisor: Students can search for a supervisor through the School of Chemistry website or Find an Expert. Search by name or research theme to find details of all relevant academics available for supervision. Contact the academics directly to discuss supervision. Search by name or research theme to find details of all relevant academics available for supervision. Contact the academics directly to discuss supervision.
English Language Requirements
Applicants are required to satisfy the University’s English language requirements for graduate programs. Refer to our Graduate English requirements for further information and to view English language entry requirements for the Faculty of Science Coursework Programs for the following approved English language examinations: IELTS (Academic English only), TOEFL (Paper-based and internet-based tests), Pearson Test of English (Academic) and Cambridge English: Advanced/Certificate of Advanced English (CAE).
The minimum weighted average mark (WAM) and subject specific requirements refer to University of Melbourne grades and subjects. A Selection Committee will assess the results of subjects that are most closely related to the equivalent major or specialisation in the University of Melbourne curriculum and are the best indicator for success in your chosen Master of Science stream. Adjustments to your final weighted average may be made depending on the accreditation of your university/institution, subject grading/scales and pass marks.