Monash University

Monash University

Introduction:
With superior degree options and exceptional academic staff, Monash University is committed to providing students with a quality education that is recognised on a global scale.

Monash University spans across six national and two international campuses: Berwick, Caulfield, Clayton, Gippsland, Parkville and Peninsula in Australia, Sunway in Malaysia and a South African campus. Collectively, these campuses are home to a total of 62,550 students from 170 different countries, making Monash University Australia’s largest university.
 
With a broad international presence, Monash University offers students the opportunity to take their degree to an international level through the Study Abroad and Monash Passport programs. Each program allows students to enhance their international perspective through study at one of the international campuses, centres in Italy or India or through exchange in one of 115 universities in 25 countries with which Monash is connected.
 
Monash University enhances university life through numerous clubs, societies, sporting groups and student associations present on each of the eight campuses. The extensive degree and study options available in addition to the vast social opportunities make Monash University an invaluable educational and social experience.

Arts & Education

Arts & Education

The Faculty of the Arts offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees on the Berwick, Caulfield, Clayton, Gippsland and Peninsula campuses.

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Business & Economics

Business & Economics

The Faculty of Business and Economics currently enrols students both on and off campus at Berwick, Caulfield, Clayton, Gippsland, Malaysia, Peninsula, Prato (Italy) and South Africa. Approximately 36 academic staff teach across six disciplines.

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Law

Law

The Faculty of Law at Monash University offers and undergraduate Law degree, as well as the postgraduate Juris Doctor. There are 2800 undergraduate and postgraduate students currently studying programs through the Faculty of Law, which is located on the Clayton campus.

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Science

Science

The Faculty of Science immerses students in the study of scientific disciplines with its 12 undergraduate single degrees and 10 undergraduate double degrees. The Faculty employs approximately 366 staff to educate almost 4000 domestic and international students.

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Medicine

Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences currently enrols 8,027 students and employs 1,810 academics.

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Nursing

Nursing

The School of Nursing and Midwifery was established in the mid 1980s in the Peninsula and Gippsland campuses with recent expansion to the Clayton campus.

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Engineering

Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering is committed to providing students with a leading education in the engineering field.

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Architecture & Design

Architecture & Design

Located on the Caulfield campus, the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture strives to provide students with a superior education in the art and design disciplines.

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IT

IT

The Faculty of Information Technology recognises the growing importance of the rapidly advancing IT industry and is committed to providing students with a leading education in the field.

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