Our students choose Monash because they want to make a difference in their future careers and in society. Find out what they have to say about studying at the Peninsula campus.
Arun Jojo is the president of Peninsula campus' student union, MONSU, as well as a second year Bachelor of Business Administration student. Arun’s interest in business developed following a voluntary position he took after finishing high school and his future plans include building his own sustainable school for lesser privileged children. Arun says studying at Peninsula campus means that he is a 'face of the crowd, not a face in the crowd.'
Andrea Tan is a fourth-year Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery student hailing from Malaysia. As part of her double degree course based at Peninsula campus, she's required to complete 10 "Follow Through" experiences, where she follows a woman through her antenatal, birth and postnatal journey. Building rapport with her patients is one of the key skills she is mastering as part of her course.
After having not studied in many years, mature age student Greta has returned to complete her Master of Teaching in Primary Education. Her decision to return to study was made after she volunteered helping migrant children learn English.
Jade is a 4th year Nursing and Midwifery student and is part of the Monash at Peninsula (MAP) program. Being part of the MAP program means that Jade does all of her placements at Peninsula Health. She values the practical, hands-on approach that her lessons offer. "It's really nice being able to walk out of the University and walk straight into the hospital. It's really reassuring to know that the course that I'm studying has a job at the end of the day."
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Madeleine De Amicis
Mady is a Bachelor of Business student in her 2nd year and is keen to pursue a career in Event Management. Her teachers and lecturers have been “really hands on and super supportive”. She loves how involved and accessible they are to students.
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Jess Sayon Grech
Jess came to an Open Day at Monash Peninsula in 2013 and never looked back. She signed up for a Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery. Now in her final year, Jess has found “the work placements instrumental” to her confidence as she embarks on her nursing career.
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After a family health scare, Lucy decided to pursue a career in the Health sector. Leaving her home and family in Queensland, she is now studying to be an Emergency Paramedic at Monash University. She feels that she has ‘found a home away from home’ at Peninsula.
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Being a mature age student with a young family, flexibility is everything. Hear from Melindie who studied Graduate Diploma in early Childhood at Monash Peninsula.
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