- Main campus: Melbourne, Victoria
- Student population: 56,400
- THE rank in Australia: 4
- QS rank in Australia: 6
- THE global rank of 20 for education, 34 for clinical and health, 53 for business and economics, 55 for engineering, 63 for life sciences, 80 for law, 83 for arts and humanities, 91 for social sciences, 93 for computer science, and 100 for physical sciences
- QS score of 75% or more for academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per faculty, international faculty ration, international students ratio, and international research network
- CRICOS reference: 00008C
Australia’s largest university is among the world’s best. Its presence on four continents brings the benefits of Monash’s research to the world while helping its students to make meaningful, measurable differences in the lives of people around the world.
The largest of Monash’s campuses, in Clayton just outside Melbourne, is home to roughly 26,000 students. The Caulfield, Peninsula, and Parkville campuses also lie in metro Melbourne, while the Law Chambers and a downtown vertical village campus bring students into the heart of the city. Monash also maintains a robust international presence, with more than 100 official partnerships with other universities and Monash campuses in Italy, China, India, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Monash’s 10 faculties pursue important research in more than 150 fields of study. Researchers at Monash have been responsible for everything from new vaccines against malaria to engines manufactured by 3D printing. These innovations and countless others have been disseminated and commercialised through Monash’s extensive network of industry collaborations. The same close relationship with leading businesses and institutions informs instruction of a complete array of degrees, including more than 140 double-degree options and a full slate of postgraduate opportunities.
The generosity of Monash’s academic catalogue is matched by its array of scholarships. More than 200 types of scholarship, many of them available to international students, support students with extraordinary academic progress and those whose efforts to overcome adversity are just as extraordinary.
- Law Chambers
- 750 Collins Street
- The Master of Artificial Intelligence – can be applied to a wide range of industries. CRICOS Course Code: 100566
Engineering and Related Technologies
- The Master of Professional Engineering - Graduates are Australian Engineers qualified and can practice in Australia and internationally. CRICOS Course Code: 100565
Master of Biomedical and Health Science – 1st year is taught and 2nd year students complete a research project in areas such as Cancer Biology, Neuroscience, Infectious Diseases or Stem Cell Research - CRICOS Course Code: 085118E
Master in Advanced Nursing - offered by Nursing and Midwifery, prepares nurses and midwives for leadership roles in management, education, disaster management and leadership, trauma nursing and advanced midwifery. CRICOS Course Code: 098319M
Master of Nutrition and Dietetics - This course will enable you to pursue your dream of becoming a dietitian, with the opportunity to become accredited by Dietitians Australia. CRICOS Course Code: 110244J
Society and Culture
- Master of Laws (LLM) – a 1/2-year course designed for Law grads to develop in-depth knowledge in a specialised area. CRICOS Course Code: 001439E
- Master of International Relations – Choice of 5 specialisms. CRICOS Course Code: 088530B
Commerce and Management
- Master of Global Business – students can choose to specialise in a wide choice of areas including Supply Chain Management, Diplomacy, Sustainable Business and Foreign Languages. CRICOS Course Code: 096697A
- Master of Environment and Sustainability – No specific undergrad degree is needed making this degree popular for those looking to get into the field. CRICOS Course code: 089231E