Orientation and onboarding

Congratulations on your offer to study at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education

The last date to enrol in your course and subjects at MGSE is Friday 24 February.

Accept your offer at MGSE

Congratulations on your offer to the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. To accept your MGSE offer and enrol, visit get started at Melbourne.

If you are unable to commence this course in the coming intake, you can:

Reset your student account password

First year calendar

Find everything you need to know, complete, and remember for your first year at MGSE.

Prepare for your first Professional Placement experience 

Subject enrolment after 24 February may jeopardise your placement experience. Please enrol into your subjects before this date.

All Master of Teaching candidates need to complete compliance modules, working with children check and details added to Sonia.

Course induction and preparation days

Orientation Week

MGSE has organised a variety of events to help you familiarise yourself with the campus, meet and connect with peers and feel part of this incredible community. MGSE is running library tours, campus tours and our welcome festival exclusively for MGSE students only. Check out the timetableRegistration is essential. Visit the University’s central Orientation website for more activities and events available to all students.

Connecting to your community

Get involved with the MGSE campus and community life with the various student groups, events and leadership opportunities. Make sure you connect to the MGSE socials. We share important updates and announcements, advertise upcoming events and capture the lives of our community.

Interested in scholarships, awards and prizes?

The Melbourne Graduate School of Education offers a range of scholarships, awards, prizes and bursaries to support you in your studies and to recognise outstanding achievement. Visit the MGSE Scholarships and Awards page to investigate MGSE awards that you may be eligible for, view the honours board, donate to fund future awards and gain answers to your frequently asked questions about awards. Alternatively you can browse scholarships across the University or submit an application for a student grant if you are in financial need. Applications for student grants take place in two rounds per year.

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