Study Abroad - Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences (Department of Psychology)

OUTBOUND STUDENTS

Please refer to the Outbound Students website for detailed information on entry requirements, important dates, and application process. If you are unsure if you have planned your units correctly, please submit MonPlan as early as possible. We will check and advise you accordingly on course progression.

If you have inquiries, please contact Monash Malaysia Connect for course planning advice and guidance.

Important notes for Global Intercampus Program (GIP)

Bachelor of Psychological Science (M2004)
Bachelor of Psychological Science and Business (M2015)

Students must complete at Monash University at least 48 points with minimum WAM of 60% at the time of application.

Students can participate in their second or third year as long as the core units they need to enrol at Monash Malaysia are offered at Monash Australia.

Students are advised to refer to the prohibition unit in the Monash handbook for units offered in Monash Australia.

For M2004 and M2015 students who participate in the GIP program, the replacement units for PSY3150 will be PSY3320 or PSY3190, and the replacement unit for PSY3250 will be PSY3180.

Important notes for Exchange Program (Partner Universities)

Students must complete at Monash University at least 48 points with minimum WAM of 60% at the time of application.

It is important to understand your course structure and units you are supposed to enrol during the exchange semester (refer to Monash handbook for the unit information).

You are required to search the unit syllabus from the partner university website when preparing the study plan. If you are unable to find the detailed unit syllabus, it is advisable to consider another partner university. Your focus will be searching for the possible equivalent units instead of the courses offered at the partner university. A detailed unit syllabus should include unit description, learning objectives, learning outcomes, assessment required, credit point, number of contact hours per week/ semester, weekly topics, and required reading/ textbook(s).

After you have submitted your application on Monash Abroad Portal, your application will go through 2 rounds of assessments - Monash Abroad and School assessments. When it comes to the school assessment, the school will assess the proposed units in your study plan if the units are at least 80% similar to the Monash units to be considered as equivalent.

Please refer to the Monash Abroad website for the detailed application process.

Please contact the department via Monash Malaysia Connect - Ask Mira.

INBOUND STUDENTS

Welcome to School of Medicine and Health Sciences - Department of Psychology!

Please refer to the Inbound Students Website for detailed information on entry requirements, important dates, and application process.

Important notes for Inbound Students

Here are some guidelines for choosing suitable units for your course:

  • The first digit of the unit code indicates the year level. For example, PSY1022 is a level 1 unit, PSY2061 is a level 2 unit, and PSY3032 is a level 3 unit.
  • For units of higher level (level 2 or 3), please ensure you have met the pre-requisite or co-requisite requirements.
  • The list of units offered by Department of Psychology can be found here.
  • If you wish to know more about the unit, you can email the Unit Coordinator listed in the Monash handbook or contact the Education Management Office.

Please contact the Monash Abroad Malaysia team for application-related matters or the Psychology Education Management Office for unit-related matters.