The At Monash Seminar Series provides an opportunity for students, parents and secondary school teachers to gain an insight into courses and careers in a broad range of fields across the faculties and campuses of Monash University.
While each seminar is unique to the faculty and disciplines it is promoting, generally they will involve:
Faculty and discipline overview
Academic and administrative staff will give an overview of courses offered by the faculties represented at the event. Topics covered will include course content, duration, entry requirements, contact hours, career outcomes, new courses, and research trends.
Current student perspective
Current Monash students will provide a personal account of their experience within the faculty. This will include reasons for choosing the course, course expectations, insights into student life and career aspirations.
Graduate student perspective
Monash graduates will reflect on their studies, discuss how their career has developed and impart their advice for prospective students.
Questions and answers
This vital stage of the evening allows the audience to ask speakers specific questions.
Brochures and information
At the end of the seminars, course information will be available and speakers will answer any individual questions.
All seminars will commence around 6:30pm and finish around 8:00pm.
Seminar dates 2013
Seminars with the same title will have the same program.
| Tuesday 5 |
|Arts (Humanities and Social Sciences)||Caulfield||H116, Building H|
|Wednesday 22 May||Arts (Humanities and Social Sciences)||Clayton||South 1, Building 64|
| Wednesday 6 |
|Architecture and Interior Architecture||Caulfield||H116, Building H|
|Nursing, Midwifery and Emergency Health||Peninsula||Lecture Theatre F101, Building F|
|Business and Economics||Clayton||South 1, Building 64|
|Science||Clayton||South 1, Building 64|
|Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy||Peninsula||Lecture Theatre F101, Building F|
|Information Technology||Caulfield||Lecture Theatre HB36, Building H|
| Thursday 21 |
|Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences||Parkville||Cossar Hall, Building 401|
| Wednesday 17 |
|Design and Fine Art||Caulfield||Meet in Art Design and Architecture foyer, Building G|
|Psychology||Clayton||South 1, Building 64|
|Law||Clayton||South 1, Building 64|
|Health Science and Social Work||Caulfield||Lecture Theatre K321, Building K|
Please note the change in venue
| Wednesday 8 |
|Teaching, Sport and Outdoor Recreation||Peninsula||Lecture Theatre A441, Building A|
| Thursday 27 |
|Teaching, Sport and Outdoor Recreation||Clayton||Rooms 164 and 173, Building 6|
| Monday 13 |
| Medicine |
Please note that ACER will be making a presentation on the UMAT.
|Clayton||Robert Blackwood Hall, Building 2|
|Education and Nursing||Berwick||Lecture Theatre G1.21, Building 903|
| Tuesday 28 |
Gippsland Campus Showcase
|Gippsland||Room 4N.120, Building 4N|
|Biomedical Science, Radiography, and Nutrition and Dietetics||Clayton||South 1, Building 64|
|Engineering Information Evening|
Please note you can no longer register for this seminar as it is full. To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Alana Harries on 03 9905 3070 or Alana.Harries@monash.edu.
|Clayton||C1, Building 63|
| Tuesday 20 |
|Performing Arts and Music||Clayton||Drama Theatre + Music Auditorium|
|July-August TBC||Churchill, Bairnsdale, Warragul and Leongatha Community Information Evenings||For further information, visit monash.edu/gippsland or email email@example.com.|