“ … equip yourself for life, not solely for your own benefit but for the benefit of the whole community.”
Our global reputation ensures you are recognised for your skills and talent - no matter where in the world you choose to pursue your dreams. Visit Study at Monash to learn more.
We believe great research, properly applied can lead to lasting and positive change in people’s lives. Our research focus has led to hundreds of discoveries and breakthroughs. Explore Research.
If you're in industry or government and looking to access the technology, research or education expertise at Monash University, make us your first point of call. Visit Enterprise and partnerships for more.
Our international research and education footprint means we can respond to the issues and opportunities of both our region and the world. Find out more about our global impact.
Monash is brimming with gifted, talented, driven people. Find a researcher or PhD supervisor, search the Monash staff directory or explore our database of experts at People and places.
Monash people are pioneering research, delivering outcomes and leading new initiatives that challenge the status quo. Visit Lens to read their stories.
As a Monash graduate you are part of our global alumni community and the benefits of studying at Monash continue long after you graduate. Find out more about the Alumni community.
We're proud to offer and be involved in a wide range of events that bring together and celebrate our diverse community.
The Elder in Residence provides cultural advice to students, staff and the broader University community.
Recognising outstanding contributions to supporting diversity and inclusion at Monash. Nominations close 5 August.
Celebrate the diverse community and inclusive practices we have at Monash, 7 -11 October.
Join us as we come together to raise funds for asylum seeker scholarships, at Run for Refugees on 28 July.
A week of celebrations to mark the International Day against homophobia, biphobia, intersexism and transphobia, 13 - 17 May.
Celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples at NAIDOC week, 7 - 14 July.