Monash University has welcomed today’s announcement by the State Government of new public transport concessions for international students.
The first 2014 funding round for collaborative ventures between Monash University and the University of Warwick is now open, with a scheme offering funding opportunities to students at both universities.
Two Monash Alumni have been awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholarships for study and research at leading institutions in the United States in 2014.
Monash PhD researcher, Karinna Fyfe, will represent Australia in the 2014 World University Cross Country Championships, held in Uganda in March.
Monash University law students Nicole Franklin, Stephen Moore and Priya Wakhlu have found success in the Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitral Moot Competition in Frankfurt Germany.
The Red Cross Mobile Blood Donation unit is coming to Clayton campus again.
Monash University PhD graduate Debbie Symons received third prize in the inaugural 2014 Linden Art Prize, awarded by Lord Mayor of the City of Port Phillip, Cr Amanda Stevens.
Five researchers from Monash University Malaysia have been awarded Endeavour Executive Fellowships to study in Australia under the prestigious 2014 Australia Endeavour Awards program.
Two Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (ACJI) senior researchers are part of a Monash law team that has won silver at the 9th International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Mediation Competition in Paris, France.
Monash University today announced its first massive open online courses (MOOC) to be launched by partner FutureLearn, the UK-led MOOC provider.
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As you look around campus, you’ll see students wearing bright orange t-shirts or hoodies with the words ‘Host Year’ on the front.
It started as a simple search through campus for a missing Blu-ray.
Start the semester with a bang!
A showcase of the most innovative and impact-based research accomplishments of 20 selected PhD students from the Faculty of Information Technology was held late last year at ACMI, Federation Square.
Each year, in support of United Nations World Environment Day (June 5), the United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) recognises innovative and outstanding environmental programs and initiatives from across Australia and the important work of Australian environmental leaders through its World Environment Day Awards.
A new, fully equipped open-air stage has opened on the Lemon Scented Lawns at Clayton campus.
ATS2019: Perspectives on Indigenous Art: production, meaning, symbolism Indigenous 'art' is a highly visible and recognizable symbol of peoples' engagement with their cultural identity, history and traditions.
It'll be easier to keep your pearly whites in good shape with the University's first on-campus dental health service starting up on 24 February.
A new complete Library guide for research students is now available online.
Did you know that you can add calendar feeds and other important stuff (like Orientation events) into Google calendar?