As part of your degree program application, you are required to provide supporting documentation.
Below are some examples of the types of documentation required for each section. It is important to get your documentation right, otherwise your application may not be considered. If any of your documents are not in English, you will need to provide certified translated copies. Our preference is translations made by NAATI qualified translators.
Ideally, you should upload one document per section. If you have multiple documents for a single entry (e.g. Transcripts and Certificate), we recommend that you combine these into a single PDF document. If you are unable to upload a PDF document, the system supports other document formats, including .doc files.
Melbourne Business School reserves the right to request for additional documentation to verify your qualification. Applications where information or documentation is incomplete may not be considered. If you are unable to provide any of the required documentation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four personal statements of approximately 250-300 words, relating to your goals and how you can contribute to the program.
Professional referees are required for most programs. Ideal referees may include a manager, supervisor or stakeholder. Referee reports from friends or relatives will not be considered.
The GMAT or GRE is required for Full-time MBA applicants only.
Applicants who hold an undergraduate degree awarded from an Australian/NZ universities, and do not wish to apply for scholarships, are not required to have a GMAT/GRE.
The GMAT™ exam is a standardised exam specifically designed for admission to graduate business and management programs.
Featuring question types that closely reflect the kind of thinking you'll do in today's demanding graduate-level programs, the GRE General Test lets you show us that you are ready to succeed.