Named after engineer, military leader and public administrator Sir John Monash, Monash University was established by an Act of Parliament in 1958. When our first students began their studies at our foundation campus in Clayton in 1961, we became the first university established in the state of Victoria in over 100 years.
Education and research is at the heart of what we do – and both are celebrated and recognised for their excellence. For more than 60 years our future oriented education and research is, and continues to be recognised amongst the best in the world. This is why we are able to address, impact and change the course of the great challenges of our times – locally, nationally and globally.
We have more than 150 active fields of research, 10 faculties, and over 4700 Higher Degree by Research students solving the challenges of our age.
Cardiovascular care, world-class research, and a significant healthcare network and workforce have combined in one place with the official opening of the Victorian Heart Hospital (VHH), home to the Monash Victorian Heart Institute (VHI), at Monash University, Clayton, held on Sunday 19 February.
Monash President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Gardner AC joined Victorian Premier the Hon Daniel Andrews, Minister for Health the Hon Mary-Anne Thomas, and Monash Health Chief Executive Professor Andrew Stripp to celebrate the opening of the 200-bed hospital.
A Monash degree is globally recognised, giving our graduates a valuable edge in the international job market. During and after your degree, you can use the services of our Employment and Career Development unit to maximise your career opportunities.The Employment and Career Development unit provides current Monash University Malaysia students and recent graduates with access to employment opportunities, career fairs, workshops and other resources.
Our Student Services unit provides quality services, advice and support to the Monash University Malaysia community.Our services include:
Community means safety, friendship, support and wellbeing. A vital part of preparing yourself for a life of learning, innovation and exploration is the opportunity to meet and learn from one another. This is what living on campus, or in "Res" offers.
For students who live on campus, university life continues beyond the classrooms. Every residence has a long list of activities to help you meet people, stay connected, form study groups and enjoy your time. Friends you make in Res may well become lifelong connections and form part of your social and professional networks well beyond graduation.
The three-story, oval-shaped Library and Learning Commons is the centerpiece and academic hub of Monash University Malaysia Campus. Spread over 3,300 sqm, the library provides a comprehensive suite of library resources and services.
As a leading university, Monash University Malaysia prides itself on providing the very best in computer technology for its students and staff.
As a busy student, maintaining your mental and physical health is essential. We offer a range of services to help you manage campus life and your general wellbeing.
Monash is now a truly international university, with a campus in Malaysia, a learning centre in Italy, joint research academies in India and China, and a first-of-its-kind alliance with the University of Warwick in the UK. Monash University courses are also delivered at other locations, including at Monash South Africa.
To make the most of your time at uni, a healthy and physically active lifestyle is essential. It's also a guaranteed way to make new friends while you study.
You don't have to be a sports nut or gym junkie to benefit. Monash campuses have plenty of free-play areas where you can have a kick of the ball, shoot hoops with friends, or just work out on the outdoor equipment in your spare time.
Monash University also provides high-quality services and programs at discounted rates to enrich your on-campus experience. We can teach you to swim, give you expert health and fitness advice, or show you how to perform a squat lift. At the gym, you'll find classes in aerobics, martial arts, yoga, aquatics and cycling.
Clubs are a great way to get to know other people who share your interests. There are clubs for practicing your hobbies, exploring new interests or keeping fit.
Use College Connect to register for a club or event and access the latest resources and information. You can access College Connect via your my.monash home page.
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