In this short video message, Monash University's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ed Byrne AO, discusses the ways Monash is working to improve the quality of the education you receive.
The Monash Library’s e-resources are expanding rapidly, with nearly 500,000 ebook titles and an extensive electronic resources collection including innovative elearning resources now available to users.
Dr Rohan Nethsinghe is the first recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Honours-PhD Scholarship to complete his PhD - an in-depth examination of multicultural music education in Victorian schools.
The 2013 Melbourne International Jazz Festival (31 May to 9 June) comes to Melbourne this winter, entertaining jazz aficionados and newcomers alike with more than 300 musicians and 100 events creating unforgettable experiences.
University students from around Victoria will take over Victoria’s Legislative Assembly this weekend to debate major issues facing the world today.
Six Monash students have argued their way to second place out of 294 teams at the recent Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna and to a finalist position in Hong Kong.
National Cyber Security Awareness Week aims to help Australians understand how they can protect their personal and financial information online.
Indigenous education advocate Inala Cooper has graduated from Monash with a Master of Human Rights Law.
Voluntary work to improve the outlook for his fellow students has won a Monash student a prestigious scholarship.
A passion for cricket and a desire to make a change in the lives of people less fortunate has seen a Monash university student take up a volunteer position in Solomon Islands.
Monash has been ranked the sixth best university in the world at which to study Education and seventh best for Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
An award ceremony was held for 330 people on Friday 3 May at the Alexander Theatre.
Applications are now open for the Ancora Imparo Leadership Program.
Strategies for widening participation and redressing educational disadvantage will be the focus of a series of forums on social inclusion in universities by a visiting academic this month.
A Monash University aerospace researcher will initiate a collaborative research project at Princeton University developing biologically inspired renewable energy technology after being awarded a prestigious Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship.
Dr Donna McRae has won yet another award, taking out this year’s Best Female Director at the Berlin Independent Film Festival for her film Johnny Ghost.
Monash alumna Dr Zoe Stewart (MBBS(Hons) 2012, BMedSc(Hons) 2012) has been awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
A Monash University student recently returned from the United States where he took part in a prestigious internship program which gave him rare access to the US political system.
Monash University student Diana Sher recently became the first Australian fencer to win gold at an Asian Zone Fencing Championship at any level.