Apply to Queen’s College as a Graduate Resident
Follow the four steps to apply to Queen’s College
Queen’s College in 2017
Graduates seeking to join the Queen’s College community in 2017 are encouraged to apply by mid-December, 2016.
Questions? Get in touch
For more information about becoming a graduate resident at Queen’s contact the Admissions Coordinator:
03 9349 0803
Step 1 – Apply online
Apply online through the Intercollegiate website:
You must also provide us with the following:
- Three (3) recent passport photos
- Registration fee of $75.00
- A copy of your Academic Transcript
- Privacy Declaration form
Step 2 – Online resume
Once you have completed Step 1 you will need to complete the Online Resume.
The Online Resume gives us an idea of your achievements and experiences and is used as the basis for your interview.
Access and complete the Online Resume here:
Note that the Online Resume will also prompt you to apply for any scholarships. More information on scholarships can be found here: www.queens.unimelb.edu.au/graduates/scholarships
Step 3 – Arrange Two Referees
After completing the online resume you will be emailed with instructions in order to complete your academic and personal references.
You need to ensure both of your referees complete their form so that your application can progress to the interview stage.
Step 4: Organise an Interview
We consider an interview with you as an important part of the application process. For this purpose you are invited to come and visit the College for an interview, normally with the Dean of Studies, or the Dean of Wellbeing, or the Master. These interviews will be conducted during business hours between 9.00am and 5.00pm. Although a face-to-face interview is highly preferable, there may be instances where this is not practical for overseas students, and in such cases, a Skype video interview may be conducted.
In either case, your interview will cover:
- What your aspirations are for life and study
- Why you think it would be great to live at Queen’s College while studying at University
- What you think the College can do for you
- What you think you can do for the College