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Monash University

Australia
  • Ranked 83 THE World University Rankings 2014-2015
  • Ranked 70 QS World University Rankings 2014
  • Ranked 91 THE World University Rankings 2013-2014
  • Ranked 69 QS World University Rankings 2013
  • Ranked 67 QS World University Rankings 2015
  • Ranked 73 THE World University Rankings 2015-2016
  • Ranked 60 QS World University Rankings 2018
Campus setting Information not available
Living cost Information not available
Student population Large
International students 34%
Institution type Public

About Monash University

Monash University, established in Melbourne in 1958, is Australia's most internationalised university. It has eight campuses including one in Malaysia and one in South Africa, and a centre in Prato, Italy. Each provides an environment that identifies and nurtures talent – and turns that talent into ability. An energetic and dynamic university, Monash is committed to quality education and research. From collaborative research opportunities, to building community relationships, the focus of Monash is always on how students can be empowered to make a positive impact on the world.

In order for students and staff to positively impact their communities and the world, the university seeks to equip them and inspire them – so they can be agents of change. Monash University's motto Ancora Imparo (“I am still learning”) reminds them that the search for knowledge never ends. Through collaborative research, student exchange programs and an ever-growing Alumni network, Monash has links with people and organisations throughout Asia, Europe, the Americas, Africa and the Middle East. By doing so, the students will have enough environment supports to face challenges and gain new experiences at the same time.

Now, Monash University has become Australia's largest university with the number of students at around 60,000 students from 170 countries. Furthermore, from a single campus, Monash University has expand into network of campuses, education centres, and partnerships from all around the world.

Campus information

The university first started with only 8 faculties; Arts, Economics, Law, Engineering, Politics, Medicine, Education, and Science. However, the number of faculties have expanded to 10 with the addition of Nursing and Health sciences, and Pharmacy. Also, some faculties have merge together with other faculties to become one new faculty. The current faculties include:

  • Art, Designs, and Architecture
  • Arts
  • Business and Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Law
  • Information Technology
  • Medicine, Nursing, and health Sciences
  • Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Science

Berwick

  • located 40km south-east of Melbourne
  • many shops, cafes, and busniness services within the area
  • famous natural attractions such as Dondenong Ranges and Phillip Island are located
  • offers a more modern learning environment, better access to the academic staff, and a good bond  with the local community

Caulfield

  • popular suburban area
  • 9km from Melbourne
  • plenty of shops, cafes, and services
  • can be easily access with public transportation
  • located near to Caulfield train station

Clayton

  • Monash University's biggest campus
  • 20km south-east of Melbourne
  • residential community is large

Parkville

  • the area is located along Parkville's famous strip; a research lab for Biomedics knowledge research)
  • 3km north of Melbourne
  • shops, cafes, and other services are easily accessible by train and tram

Peninsula

  • located 40km south of Melbourne
  • near to Port Phillip Bay that locates famous surfing beaches,national parks, and restaurants
  • can easily travel to Melbourne's city centre by public transport

Accommodation

Monash University, Australia provides both on- and off-campus accomodations for students. Different campuses have different types of housing for the students to choose from. Each type of housing has its pros and cons. On-campus accommodation provides a wide range of facilities such as car park, common rooms, kitchen facilities, grounds (gardens and open spaces), music practice rooms, and sporting facilities. The range of rent rates are as low as $29.95 daily to $37.50. As for off-campus accomodation, the students may choose varies areas such as Berwick, Clayton, Caulfield, and so on according to their preferences.

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Accounting and Finance 4 Business and Management 4 Engineering 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1

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