Monash University

Melbourne, Victoria

Details

University Location Melbourne, Victoria
Address Wellington Rd, Clayton VIC 3800, Australia
Main Campus Clayton
City Population 4.8 Million
Student Population 73,800
Int'l Student Population 19,075
Semester 1 Start February
Semester 2 Start July

Overview

The quality of Monash’s teaching and exceptional facilities are just two of the many reasons the university is consistently ranked in the top 100 universities in the world.

As a member of the prestigious Group of 8 universities, Monash offers a wide range of courses that give you access to flexible learning options and innovative course combinations. Monash is dedicated to preparing you for the increasingly competitive job market, and as a result, Monash graduates are highly sought after by employers internationally.

Monash has achieved an enviable national and international reputation for research and teaching excellence in a short 50 years. In fact, Monash is ranked in the top one per cent of world universities.

 

Why Study Here?

As one of Australia’s largest universities, Canadians enjoy the resources and facilities available at Monash University and the diverse international student population on campus.

Monash University attracts internationally respected lecturers and although Monash is a large institution, its staff-student ratio is higher than that of the average Australian university, which ensures that you will receive more focus and time from academic staff.

Popular programs for Canadian students at Monash University include medicinepharmacy (ranked #3 in the world for pharmacy and pharmacology QS Subject rankings 2019), physiotherapyoccupational therapy, teachingnursing, and law.

 

Location Details

Campuses
Monash has four campuses in Australia:

  • Clayton (approx. 20 km from downtown Melbourne)
  • Caulfield (near downtown Melbourne)
  • Peninsula (by the sea)
  • Parkville (Pharmacy College in downtown Melbourne)

Monash University’s Australian campuses are in and around the city of Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria. The Economist Intelligence Unit has consistently ranked Melbourne at or near the top of their list of the most liveable cities in the world. Melbourne has been independently recognized for its safety, culture and environment, education, recreation, infrastructure and climate.

Beaches are located within an hour of most Monash campuses—a few minutes away from some—while some of Victoria’s most popular ski resorts are just three hours away. From fashion, food and fun downtown, to national parks, wineries and beaches in surrounding areas, Melbourne offers an excellent base for students.

Weather
Melbourne’s climate is temperate and is one of a few places in Australia that enjoys four distinct seasons. In summer, with many days frequently over 30 degrees Celsius, the city’s beaches are popular, while the mountains near the city are frequently snow-capped during winter. Winter temperatures are cool to brisk with the average range from 7°C to 14°C.

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“The people are extremely friendly and welcoming.”

Monash is a great place where live and make friends. It is more than just studying, indeed there are an infinite number of clubs to join and different activities to do. The program is very careful about its students well being and correct coping with the amount of studying to do. Students are then constantly monitored, to be sure that all the support they need is given to them. The people are extremely friendly and welcoming. It is really easy to make friends and share facts, l... Read More

Monash University Assia C
Medicine
Monash University, 2019

“Fantastic school”

Fantastic school, really good opportunity to learn clinical skills.

Monash University Andrew J
Medicine
Monash University, 2019

“…great networking opportunities”

The small cohort, and how you get to know everyone by name. It is located in the heart of the legal precinct and gives great networking opportunities for that reason.

Monash University Safia E
Law
Monash University, 2019

“The school has a peer mentor program which I really like. It’s great to have a student ahead of you that you can ask for guidance from.”

I only have good things to say about my program so far. The class sizes are great and the school really eases you into the program. I find that everything is really manageable so far. The school has a peer mentor program which I really like. It's great to have a student ahead of you that you can ask for guidance from.

Monash University Simran S.
Monash University, 2018