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News and events
20 December 2012
The Monash Motorsport team have achieved another world-first, winning the Australasia Formula Society of Automotive Engineers Championship for the fourth year in a row.
18 December 2012
In recognition of their dedication to community spirit and helping others two brothers have each been awarded Monash University's Community Leader Scholarship.
To assist VCE students with questions on course options, scholarships, entry requirements, fees and costs, and alternative entry pathways Monash University is holding a Change of Preference Expo tomorrow.
14 December 2012
Over 50,000 students will be receiving their VCE results on today and subsequently, their Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).
7 December 2012
Ancient Roman coins were among the historical discoveries made by Monash archaeology students as part of their excavation training on an Etruscan site near Prato, this year.
Six Monash University students have been awarded Prime Minister's Australia Asia Awards, allowing them to continue their research at some of the most influential educational institutions in Asia.
While most people would find completing a PhD challenging enough, Nathan Barry has also found time to take home the silver medal at this year’s Triathlon World Championships in Auckland.
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