Student news and notices

  • Ride safe and lock your bike

    20 October 2014

    Always lock your bike! Avoid leaving your bike standing free and unattended even if it is just for a few minutes. Always lock the frame and both wheels to the bike rack and stay safe always wear a helmet! Read more about how Monash supports cyclists on campus.

  • Reduce your exam anxiety

    20 October 2014

    Exam anxiety is commonly caused by lack of preparation. Set up a study schedule at least three weeks before your first exam (now if you haven’t already). Refer to your unit guides for information on your exams. Talk to your lecturers or tutors for ideas on where to focus your attention. Practice for exams using questions from past exams. You can find past exam papers using Search by entering your unit code.

    Why not download exam strategies (doc 95kb) or read the self-help resources to improve your exam performance for more tips.

  • Attend an exam revision workshop

    7 October 2014

    In the lead up to exams, the Library runs a number of exam revision workshops.

    Some workshops are unit specific others are general looking at the types of exams, what exams are for, and giving you tips on how to prepare for and complete your exams.

    Check out the upcoming classes to see if there's one to suit you.

  • New flavours coming to Clayton

    6 October 2014

    Get ready to impress your tastebuds because Monash is trialing mobile food trucks on Clayton campus.

    The food trucks will be located next to the Campus Centre, south of the lemon scented lawns where the market is held on the following days:

    Wednesday 15 October, 11am to 3pm

    Wednesday 22 October, 11am to 3pm

    On Sunday 26 October from 5.30 to 10pm, Mr Burger will be returning for the Melbourne Festival and will be located next to the Robert Blackwood Hall for all to enjoy.

  • Share with others through Google Circles

    5 October 2014

    Google+ adds social networking to your other Google services.

    Share your thoughts, ideas, photos etc. with your family, friends and classmates. Use circles to share what you want with who you want. Find people and create circles

    This is an opt-in service, find out how to sign-up.

  • Exciting research opportunity in the chemicals and plastics industry

    3 October 2014

    Monash University and the Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association have received a government grant to help grow the chemicals and plastics industry.

    We’re seeking applications from our best and brightest graduates in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials Engineering/Science for admission to a new PhD Program.

    This program prepares you for a career in chemicals and plastics innovation, working directly with industry, and including network building opportunities, development of business skills, mentoring by industry and top researchers. This is an opportunity for a career launch straight from your PhD!

    Submit your expression of interest by 31 October.

    Attend the Postgraduate Expo on Wednesday, 15 October if you’d like to know more. We’ll be running a half hour information session in Building H116 at Caulfield campus from 6pm.

  • Apply now for a scholarship in 2015

    1 August 2014

    We offer over 200 types of scholarships, valued at up to $70,000.

    See what scholarships are available to current students and if you're eligible.

    Scholarship application details.

  • Participants sought

    4 December 2013

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

  • Participants sought

    4 December 2013

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

  • Participants sought

    4 December 2013

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

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