Future students - how to apply

We are committed to training new leaders in the field of injury prevention. When you join our research community, you get the opportunity to study in an energising and collaborative environment alongside a diverse range of highly skilled injury prevention practitioners.

We offer two graduate study programs:

When you join us at MIRI you will have access to the full range of Monash University services and advantages, allowing you to be a part of Australia's largest community of researchers, educators and students.

Note for domestic applicants:  Before proceeding, we need some information from you to enable us to adequately evaluate your background, academic standing and research interests.  Please complete the Expression of interest form for prospective students (Australian Residents).

International student information

Note for international applicants: Before proceeding, we need some information from you to enable us to adequately evaluate your background, academic standing and research interests. Please complete the Expression of interest form for prospective international students.

If you are interested in applying for a Monash University international scholarship, please see international students.

International students should check the appropriate course guide for international students (undergraduate or postgraduate) or visit the website. These guides contain important information about Australian Government requirements and conditions for study in Australia, as well as Monash University's academic and English entry requirements.  

The Australian Government has specific visa criteria (English proficiency, financial, health etc) that international students must satisfy above and beyond the University's entry requirements. If you would like to receive more information please email us, or go to the government's immigration website.

Monash University Accident Research Foundation

The Monash University Council established the Accident Research Foundation in 1996 to provide funds for research aimed at preventing accidents and reducing injuries on the road, in the home, in sport and recreation and at work.

The Foundation makes limited scholarships available for postgraduate students to study in any of MIRI's principal research areas.