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Monash University is an Australian public research university based in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1958, it is the second oldest university in the State of Victoria.

The university has a number of campuses, five of  which are in  Victoria (Clayton, Caulfield, Berwick, Peninsula, and Parkville), and one in Malaysia. Monash also has a research and teaching centre in Prato, Italy, a graduate research school in Mumbai, India and a graduate school in Jiangsu Province, China. Since December 2011, Monash has had a global alliance with the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom. Monash University courses are also delivered at other locations, including South Africa.

A desire to make a difference informs everything the University does, but it goes beyond good intentions – Monash is making an impact, both locally and internationally. A global university with a presence on four continents and ambitious plans for the future. All Monash courses have an international focus, whether you take subjects on global issues, participate in study abroad programs, or learn alongside students from diverse cultures.  Monash prepares you for the global workforce - you can start your degree in Australia, and continue your studies in Italy, Malaysia, India, China, or any of our 100 partner institutions worldwide.

Monash has one of the strongest undergraduate divisions in Australia while also maintaining a heavy focus on research, taking pride in being home to a large number of research facilities. As a young university, the outlook at Monash is progressive and optimistic. Free of cynicism, tradition or convention, the research and teaching and learning addresses the great challenges of the age.

 The university forms healthy and mutually beneficial partnerships with the government, non-governmental organizations, and businesses to gain relevant informaion on issues, processes, and trends that could be used to update their course offerings, thereby ensuring that students gain knowledge that is directly applicable to the current national and global context.

Along with these features, Monash also offers its students the possibility of a unique global learning experience. Its education philosophy, called Monash Passport, is a unique approach that bridges education and career as a seamless process that enables students to have an effortless transition from learning to doing .Monash courses have been structured with students in mind and no matter what their goals, there are courses to suit their needs – Monash students can define their own path. Learning at Monash is supported by an outward looking curriculum, multifaceted modes of delivery, flexible and purposeful learning spaces, and opportunities to develop a range of practical skills. Students are prepared for the future that awaits, whatever path they choose.

Talented students and researchers are attracted to Monash, irrespective of social or economic circumstances. As a community of knowledge experts and innovation, ideas and cultures are shared in a quest for learning to be the best you can be.

 The university's motto, Ancora Imparo, literally means I am still learning, which reflects the approach that the school takes in shaping its courses and moulding its students. The doors are opened for the hard working and motivated and those determined to make a difference. Striving to be international, excellent, enterprising and inclusive, the university has emerged as an education and research powerhouse committed to the great challenges of the age.

Notable Alumini:

•             Bill Shorten, Australian Leader of the Opposition

•             Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria

•             Richard Di Natale, Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator for Victoria

•             Adam Bandt, Australian Greens Member of Parliament for Melbourne

•             Anna Burke, former Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives

•             Boediono, Vice President of Indonesia

•             Peter Costello, businessman, political commentator and longest-serving Treasurer of Australia

•             Simon Crean, former Cabinet Member in the Rudd Government and Gillard Government and former Australian Leader of the Opposition

•             David de Kretser, former Governor of Victoria

•             Lim Guan Eng, Chief Minister of the State of Penang, Malaysia

•             Robert Doyle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne

•             Tim Flannery, scientist, ecology activist

•             Ian MacFarlane, economist, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (1996–2006)

•             Marlene Moses, United Nations Ambassador for Nauru


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Reading: 6.0
Listening: 6.0
Writing: 6.0
Speaking: 6.0


Eligibility for Australian University

•             Almost all Australian Universities accept the 3-year graduation system for entry into most postgraduate courses. For instance, Indian bachelor degree like B.A., B.Com. or B.Sc. (ordinary) is equivalent to an Australian Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree.

•             However, some courses and universities may require a qualification equivalent to Australian Bachelor (Honours) Degree, which requires either a honors graduation degree like B.A. (H), B. Com (H) etc or 16 years of formal education, which would mean another year after graduation or a four year degree course like B.E., B. Tech and other such courses.

•             For most Universities, a good first degree from a leading university in India or its equivalent is essential.


Different universities in Australia have different requirements for admission. But here are some of the general requirements ask by the universities.

To get an admission  in Australia, students must fulfil the following criteria: -

•             For Undergraduate

o             completion of 12 years of elementary and secondary education

o             School mark sheets and other documents as mentioned by university on its website/brochure

o             A good IELTS score



•             For Post Graduates

o             relevant undergraduate degree from a recognized university or an equivalent diploma or certificate in the field of science

o             proficiency in English

o             work experience (as needed by some universities)

o             A good IELTS score           

Top MBA colleges in Australia have following requirements for admission:-

•             Bachelor’s degree – students must have a bachelor’s degree from a reputed university to take admission in Australian universities.

•             Work Experience – many universities ask for relevant work experience for admission

•             IELTS Exam or TOEFL – Students need to take either of the exams for admission to an MBA course in Australia

•             Letter of Reference – It is mandatory to present a letter of reference from college lecturers or concerned authority that elevates admission process.


To apply for a PhD program in an Australian university, a student needs to have completed a 3-4 year minimum graduation degree, along with a 2 years master program. The student also needs to have a high English Language proficiency score. To apply for the course, the student also needs to submit his reference letters, research proposal, synopsis, etc. for which, if accepted, they receive a letter of proposal approval from the university.

Please refer to the university for detail qualifications required.



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The university offers a range of on-campus accommodation options at Clayton, Berwick and Peninsula.

 It is also building four new halls of residence at the Clayton campus to be available . This exciting new hub will include three shopping precincts with food outlets, pop-up bars, shops, public spaces for entertainment, and plenty of green space to relax and connect.

Halls of residence

It's all about lifestyle in the halls of residence, where a thriving social scene is a core part of Res life.

Each room comes with a king-size single bed, a desk, a chair and a wardrobe. In our new buildings you can cook in your room, as there are fridges, microwaves and cooktops, with room for a toaster and kettle.

Every floor also has its own kitchen, laundry and resident advisor ("RA") to look out for students' welfare. The mascots, the traditions, the chats, the late-night coffees, the support and the friendships come to life in the stairways, hallways and common rooms of the halls.

Single-room studios

The single-room studio design is so stylish and functional that we have adopted it for all of our new buildings. Each studio comes with its own kitchen area and bathroom.

It's a bit like living in a luxury hotel filled with people you really want to talk to and people who want you to be safe, happy and productive.

Shared flats and houses

If you have friends you want to share a space with, and yet still live at university, or you feel a smaller community would suit you, then shared flats and houses are the answer.

Most flats have four bedrooms but you can choose a two-, three- or five-bedroom option.

Just need advice?

Monash Residential Services can also help you find off-campus accommodation. They are able to offer advice on:

•             how to search

•             what is available

•             things to know before you sign a lease

•             budgeting for rent in advance, paying bond and other costs

•             connecting internet, gas and electricity.

International student scholarships

Sir John Monash scholarships

•             Monash International Scholarship for Excellence

University-wide scholarships

•             Monash Asylum Seekers Scholarship

•             Monash International Leadership Scholarship

•             Monash International Merit Scholarship

•             Monash Jubilee Honours Scholarship

•             Team Monash Elite Student Performer Scheme

•             Pro Vice-Chancellor Berwick International Scholarship

Arts scholarships

•             Anna Chmiel Clarinet Scholarship

•             Faculty of Arts Honours Merit Scholarship

•             Monash Jazz Music Scholarship

•             Monash-Pratt Musician Performance Scholarship

•             Monash Yoshida Grant

•             Vice-Chancellor's Concertmaster Scholarship

•             Vice-Chancellor's Ensemble Leadership Scholarship

Business and Economics scholarships

•             Accounting Honours Scholarship

•             Bachelor of International Business Diploma Pathway Scholarship

•             Econometrics Honours Memorial Scholarship

•             Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship

•             KC Kuok Scholarship

•             Monash Business School International China Scholarship

•             Monash Business School International Pathway Scholarship

Education scholarships

•             Republic Polytechnic Education Scholarship

Engineering scholarships

•             Engineering Excellence Scholarship

•             Engineering International Undergraduate Scholarship

•             Women in Engineering Scholarship

Information Technology scholarships

•             Information Technology International Merit Scholarship

•             Information Technology English Language Program Scholarship

•             Women in Information Technology Scholarship

Law scholarships

•             Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship

Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences scholarships

•             AMREP Honours Scholarship

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences scholarships

•             Pharmacy International Undergraduate Merit Scholarship

Science scholarships

•             John Swan Chemistry Honours Scholarship

•             Gordon Preston Pure Mathematics Honours Scholarship

•             Monash Mathematical Science Honours Scholarship

•             Peter Finch Mathematical Statistics Honours Scholarship

•             Rene Van der Borght Applied Mathematics Honours Scholarship

•             Science International Merit Grant

Monash College

•             Scholarships available for students completing Monash University Foundation Year and Monash College Diploma

External scholarships

•             External scholarships for international students

Please refer to the university website for details.

Quick Facts





The average annual undergraduate tuition fee for Monash is AUD$34,380 The average annual postgraduate tuition fee for Monash is AUD$33,970 Check with the University directly for the cost of study of the courses in which you have an interest.


Generally, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection requires $18,610 as the minimum cost of living to issue a student visa. Your living expenses in Australia will depend highly on which region you plan to live in. For example, more urbanized areas will have higher costs for accommodation. The type of accommodation is also important. Hostels and guesthouses range from $80 to $135 a week, while shared rentals and on-campus accommodation will cost $70 to $250. More expensive options are homestay ($110 to $270 per week) and rental ($100 to $400 per week). Aside from accommodation, your weekly expenses will most likely include groceries or eating out ($80 to $200), gas and electricity ($60 to $100), phone and internet ($20 to $50), public transport ($10 to $50) and entertainment ($50 to $100).



QS World University Ranking : 60
QS Australia University Ranking : 6
Times Higher Education World Ranking (THE WUR Rank ) : 74
Times Higher Education Australia Ranking : 5
U.S News & World Report(USN) : 79


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