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Background

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Monash University is a public research university founded in 1958. It is the second oldest university in the state of Victoria. Out of its multiple campuses, four are in Victoria- Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula and Parkville. It has another campus in Malaysia as well. It has a research and training centre in Prato (Italy), a graduate research school in Mumbai (India) and a graduate school Suzhou (China). Monash is a member of Australia's ‘Group of Eight’ which is an association of Australia’s pioneering research universities. Marylin Lousie Warren, Bill Shorten, Alan Finkel, Ian Meredith, David Williamson are some of the many notable alumni of the university.

The Clayton campus is the largest of all campuses. The various faculties of Monash University are - 

  • Faculty of Art Design & Architecture (MADA); Faculty of Arts; Faculty of Business and Economics; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Engineering; Faculty of Information Technology; Faculty of Law; Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences; Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Faculty of Science

The university boasts of excellent rankings under various fields like - 

  • 75th globally in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.
  • 73rd globally and third in Australia in ShanghaiRanking's Academic Ranking of World Universities 2019.
  • 21st in the World's Most International Universities in 2017 as released by the Times Higher Education.
  • 58th globally according to the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2020.
  • Ranked sixth in the world in the Times Higher Education Golden Age university ranking 2019

Residing Options

Students enrolled in the Clayton and Peninsula campuses have the option of living both on- and off-campus. Students enrolled in the Caulfield and Parkville campuses have the option of living off-campus.

  • Accommodation in Clayton - There is on-campus accommodation with quick and easy access to classes, library and other facilities offered by the institution. The students get to fully experience university life living here. Students studying in the other campuses of Monash University are also welcomed in this residence. They offer apartment type (a single apartment with a separate room for all with a common kitchen, bathroom and lounge) and studio type residence (self-contained studio apartments with their own bathroom and kitchenette). For Off campus residence, the following suburbs are closest to the Monash Clayton Campus: Chadstone; Clarinda; Clayton South; Glen Waverley; Huntingdale; Mount Waverley; Mulgrave; Notting Hill; Oakleigh; Oakleigh East; Oakleigh South; Springvale; Wheeler's Hill

  • Accommodation in Peninsula -The campus is a 30-minute drive from Clayton and houses the three faculties of the University. It is within walking distance to the campus centre and sports complex. It is a short commute away from nearby beaches.

    • They also offer accommodation types similar to Clayton campus - Apartment type and Studio Apartment type. For off-campus residence, the following suburbs are closest to the Monash Peninsula campus - Carrum Downs; Frankston; Frankston North; Frankston South; Karingal; Langwarrin; Langwarrin South; Seaford; Skye

  • Accommodation in Caulfield Campus - The following suburbs are closest to the Monash Caulfield Campus: Ashburton; Carnegie; Caulfield; Caulfield North; Caulfield South; Glen Huntly; Glen Iris; Hughesdale; Malvern East; Murrumbeena

  • Accommodation in Parkville Campus - The suburbs listed here are closest to the Monash Parkville and City Campus: Brunswick; Brunswick East; Carlton; Carlton North; Collingwood; Docklands; East Melbourne; Fitzroy; Kensington; Melbourne; North Melbourne; West Melbourne

Financial Aid

Following are the scholarships offered by the university: Monash Device Grant; Monash Support Scholarship; Monash UniStart Support Scholarship; Walter and Eliza Hall Trust Opportunity Scholarship; Monash University Jubilee Honours Scholarship; Team Monash Elite Student Performer Scheme.

Jobs and Placement

Monash university runs programs to help students of all courses in finding jobs and guides them throughout the process of career development right from the stage of resume building. Such programs are free of charge.

It was ranked 60th worldwide in Graduate Employability by the Times Higher Education in 2018 and 56th in the world from which to hire graduates (Global Employability University Rankings, 2015). It conducts various seminars such as Global Careers Panel. The university has increased its rankings across all five categories, which consider alumni outcomes, employer reputation, graduate employment rate, partnerships with employers and employer-student connections.

Last year, the university launched a digital platform, Monash Talent, to help employers find the appropriate graduate to hire. The job-matching platform makes use of a data-driven approach to make a portrait of the ideal candidate’s characteristics that helps employers find the most compatible candidates.
The students can register with the platform for upto 3 years after graduation.

Location

The university is located in Wellington Road, Melbourne, Australia. The campus is in the urban part of the city and has ample number of banks, shops, restaurants, cafes, etc. There is an inter-campus shuttle service connecting various campuses to the Frankston railway station. Major airports near the university are- Essendon airport (43 km) and Melbourne airport (48 km). Various city buses also ply to the university. It has medical clinics at Clayton, Caulfield and Peninsula open from 9 pm to 5 pm on weekdays. Monash medical centre is the nearest hospital to the university. There are various on and off-campus recreation activities offered by the university in the city.

1. Chemical Engineering

The Department of Chemical Engineering has close ties with Engineers Australia and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (UK), and their courses are fully accredited by both the bodies. The department has recently made a breakthrough in research by converting recyclable plastic into liquid fuel.  
Research institutes- Monash Institute of Transport Studies (ITS), Maintenance Technology Institute (MTI), Institute of Railway Technology (IRT), and Bioresource Processing Institute of Australia (BioPRIA).

The department is open to government agencies, businesses and research institutes to collaborate. Funding from the Australian government benefits the department considerably.
There are about 35 members of the faculty. Some research themes of the department are- Biotechnology, Food, Modelling, Nanomaterials, Fuels and Energy and Membrane.

Undergraduate Courses 

  • Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours)
  • Double Degrees - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours); Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours); Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Laws; Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours); Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science

Post-Graduate Courses

  • Master of Professional Engineering- It is a two-year degree with 96 credit points. Students can choose from five engineering specialisations. They will learn the core issues affecting organisations and also learn to perform data analysis on industrial scenarios and make recommendations that support business growth. All students are required to complete 12 weeks of Continuous Professional Development (CPD). CPD is an opportunity for students to engage in business and engineering-related activities and to grow their professional networks.
  • Master of Advanced Engineering - This is Australia’s only advanced Engineering Master’s degree. It is offered as a one-year and two-year program. The one-year program requires 48 credits, and the two-year program requires 96 credits. The programme offers 11 specialisations to choose from. It’s designed to expand students’ knowledge in the chosen specialisation and advance leadership and complex problem-solving skills in a cross-cultural environment.

2. Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering was formed in 1961. It provides quality education and research across the following core engineering disciplines: Construction Engineering and Management; Environmental Engineering; Geomechanics Engineering; Resources Engineering; Structures Engineering; Transport Engineering; Water Engineering
Professor Jeffrey Walker is the head of the department.

The research themes are - Resilience, Infrastructure and Society; Energy, Water and Resources; Monitoring, Prediction and Protection. Each of these themes can have various research foci like- Deep Earth Energy; Engineering for Extremes; Model-Data Fusion; Sensing Technologies; Smart Structures and Construction; Sustainable Infrastructure and Water Sensitive Urban Design.

Its major research centres are - CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training, Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, Monash Water for Liveability, and Institute of Transport Studies (ITS).

Laboratory facilities include visualisation, living, structural, geomechanics, teaching and remote sensing laboratory. The Department was awarded 5 stars for its research activities by the Excellence in Research Australia 2012 and 2015 Initiatives.

Undergraduate Courses

  • Single Degrees - Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours); Civil Engineering; Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours); Environment Engineering; Bachelor of Resources Engineering (Honours); 

From 2019 the following streams are available: Resources Engineering; Renewable Energy Engineering; Mining Engineering

Postgraduate (On-campus Courses Include)

  • Master of Advanced Civil Engineering - Its specifics are the same as that of chemical engineering. It provides specialisation in the following - Specialisation in Transport; Specialisation in Water; Specialisation in Infrastructure; 
  • Master of Professional Engineering- its specifics are the same as that of chemical engineering.
  • Master of Project Management - Through this course, students will learn how to manage complex projects and use innovative practices to deliver successful outcomes. Students will be supported with online mentors. It is a 2-year course with 96 credits. As a part of your degree, you can choose from a range of electives from business, IT, engineering, arts and law.

Postgraduate (Off-campus Courses Include)

  • Master of Transport and Traffic - It is built around four foundation units, each having 6 credits. You can choose at least 3 electives with 6 credits each.
  • Master of Infrastructure Engineering and Management - It also has 4 core units with 6 credits each and electives. (Total 72 credits)

3. Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering

The field of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering covers biomedical, computer systems, electronics, electrical power, robotics and telecommunications. The head of this department is Professor Tom Drummond. Their research theme is - to focus on today’s challenges. Computational power increases every year, and electronics is the key to many new product innovations and product improvements. Researchers are developing innovative solutions to some great challenges.

The department focuses on – wireless telecommunications, optical systems and networking, internet of things, smart power systems, robotics and artificial intelligence, biomedical engineering, electronics and electromagnetics and optimisation, information processing , control and decision systems.

The Monash Vision Group is a Melbourne-based collaborative partnership between Monash University, Grey Innovation, MiniFAB and Alfred Health. Their goal is to develop a clinically viable cortical vision prosthesis - known as the Gennaris bionic vision system or ‘Gennaris’.

The department also provides opportunities for collaborative research. Industry-funded projects come in all sizes and can be tailored to meet specific needs

Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Engineering

Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Professional Engineering - It is a two-year degree with 96 credit points. Students can choose from five engineering specialisations. They will learn the core issues affecting organisations and also learn to perform data analysis on industrial scenarios and make recommendations that support business growth. All students are required to complete 12 weeks of Continuous Professional Development (CPD). CPD is an opportunity for students to engage in business and engineering-related activities and to grow their professional networks.
  • Master of Advanced Engineering - This is Australia’s only advanced Engineering Master’s degree. It is offered as a one-year and two-year program. The one-year program requires 48 credits, and the two-year program requires 96 credits. The programme offers 11 specialisations to choose from. It’s designed to expand students’ knowledge in the chosen specialisation and advance leadership and complex problem-solving skills in a cross-cultural environment.

4. Materials Science and Engineering

Materials science and engineering professionals make a unique contribution to the design of new devices, products and components. They also improve the existing ones by altering material properties. Monash materials graduates receive an exceptionally positive response in the employment market. Monash offers one of the few available undergraduate courses to cover a broad sweep of materials issues – which is especially valuable given the multidisciplinary nature of this area. The students secure jobs in a wide range of industries – often early in their final year.

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is home to the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing (MCAM) and the Woodside FutureLab.

Although their work spans the entire materials field, they specialise in the fundamentals of Metals and Alloys, Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Nanomaterials, Polymers, Composites, Corrosion, Advanced Materials Characterisation, and Most Recently, Materials Modelling. The department partners with many research centres, industry organisations and research groups throughout Australia and around the world.

The main research themes of the department are - Additive Manufacturing; Biomaterials; Functional and Energy Materials; Metals and Alloys; Polymers; Materials Theory, Modelling and Characterisation

Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honors)

Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Professional Engineering - It is a two-year degree with 96 credit points. Students can choose from five engineering specialisations. They will learn the core issues affecting organisations and also learn to perform data analysis on industrial scenarios and make recommendations that support business growth. All students are required to complete 12 weeks of Continuous Professional Development (CPD). CPD is an opportunity for students to engage in business and engineering-related activities and to grow their professional networks.
  • Master of Advanced Engineering - This is Australia’s only advanced Engineering Master’s degree. It is offered as a one-year and two-year program. The one-year program requires 48 credits, and the two-year program requires 96 credits. The programme offers 11 specialisations to choose from. It’s designed to expand students’ knowledge in the chosen specialisation and advance leadership and complex problem-solving skills in a cross-cultural environment.
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering (Infrastructure Systems)
    • Civil Engineering (Transport)
    • Civil Engineering (Water)
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Energy and Sustainability Engineering
    • Materials Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Medical Engineering
    • Renewable and Sustainable Energy Engineering

5. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

This department is engaged in processes right from the design and creation of simple mechanisms to highly-tuned nano-devices, as well as from robotics to avionics and aeronautics. Each of the core disciplines offers its own opportunities. It is the largest department in the Faculty of Engineering with a dynamic academic, postgraduate and postdoctoral community. It does innovative work in areas like – including micro-nano devices, robotics, biomedical devices, materials design, advanced manufacturing, aerodynamics, energy, structural monitoring, wind engineering, and the latest in biomedical imaging.

The research themes of the department are Advanced Manufacturing, Micro-nano Engineering, Robotics and Control, solid mechanics and Thermofluids.

The department offers facilities for industry, research and student use like: 
Monash Wind Tunnel Facility, MAE Workshops Job request, the Mechanical and Aerospace Technical Services Group (MAETSG), the Mechanical Services Group. Its research institutes are – Maintenance Technology Institute and Institute of Railway Technology.

Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honors)
  • Bachelor of aerospace engineering (Honors)
  • Bachelor of Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering (Honors)

Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Professional Engineering- It is a two-year degree with 96 credit points. Students can choose from five engineering specialisations. They will learn the core issues affecting organisations and also learn to perform data analysis on industrial scenarios and make recommendations that support business growth. All students are required to complete 12 weeks of Continuous Professional Development (CPD). CPD is an opportunity for students to engage in business and engineering-related activities and to grow their professional networks.
  • Master of Advanced Engineering- This is Australia’s only advanced Engineering Master’s degree. It is offered as a one-year and two-year program. The one-year program requires 48 credits, and the two-year program requires 96 credits. The programme offers 11 specialisations to choose from. It’s designed to expand students’ knowledge in the chosen specialisation and advance leadership and complex problem-solving skills in a cross-cultural environment.

6. Information Technology

Monash has dedicated a whole faculty just to teaching and learning IT. Their industry-based learning program, for example, offers industry placements that contribute not just towards your degree, but also to future employment opportunities. Each year, 100 percent of their  IBL students who seek employment receive graduate job offers. Their collaboration with OXFAM, for example, in remote communities of Bangladesh, is using mobile technology to improve the quality of work and life for female farmers. Their research partnerships with global drug companies have developed algorithms that are predicting the effects of different drugs on the human body and supporting better drug design.

Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Computer Science Advanced (Honours) 
  • Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)

Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Business Information Systems - The Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS) prepares you for careers in systems design, planning and management, as well as knowledge and information management. You gain the expertise to design solutions to business information problems and to offer strategic guidance to organisations that will enhance their management and governance. As an MBIS graduate, you may find work as a business analyst, systems analyst, consultant, project leader, IT manager, information management specialist, archivist or librarian. In your final semester, you may take part in an Industry Experience program where you will get to work in a small team with industry mentors to develop entrepreneurial IT solutions or you may undertake a minor-thesis research project, investigating cutting-edge problems in BIS under the supervision of internationally recognised researchers.

The duration of the course is 2 years and requires 96 credit points.

  • Master of Data Science - The Master of Data Science (MDS) teaches you how to explore data and discover its potential. The core coursework covers data science objectives, data analysis, data pre-processing and visualisation. You then select data science electives such as machine learning, learning from semi-structured data like text, and big data handling. Your course electives allow you to build deeper skills in data analytics and machine learning. The faculty has developed the most up-to-date material while maintaining a solid core of established theory and platforms, including Python and R (two of the most popular open-source programming languages for data analysis), Hadoop and Spark (for distributed processing).

It is a 2-year course with 96 credits under the Faculty of Information Technology.

  • Master of Information Technology - The Master of Information Technology (MIT) provides the knowledge, understanding and skills to solve real-world problems with cutting-edge technology. As an MIT graduate, you could become a software engineer, an enterprise data architect, a mobile systems analyst, or even a chief technology officer. The MIT is accredited with the Australian Computer Society (ACS). The course is structured in 3 parts and is to be completed within 2 years. The credits required are 96.
  • Master of Cybersecurity - The MCS expands your knowledge of how to design, deploy and maintain security services, exploring issues faced both by users and application providers and devise possible solutions. The advanced studies in MCS include a range of topics, from software security, enterprise security including planning, operations and management to IT forensics, cloud computing and blockchain. The duration of the course is 2 years and credits required are 96. Graduates may be eligible for Australian Computer Society (ACS) professional membership.
  • Master of Artificial Intelligence - Monash is the only one of the Group of Eight to offer this course. This course gives you the specialist knowledge and adaptability to move to the forefront of AI transformation and design, develop, and operate AI-based products and intelligent systems for the advancement of healthcare, agriculture, education, manufacturing, law and financial services. This course allows you to explore topics such as deep learning, machine learning, natural language processing, human-computer interactions and modern optimisation techniques. You can either complete a research project under the guidance of an internationally recognised expert (as a potential pathway to a PhD) or engage in an industry experience studio project.  The program is divided into two parts of 48 and 24 credits.

The Faculty of Information Technology is located in Clayton where research centres and facilities create a vibrant backdrop for meaningful graduate study. Among these are the Laboratory for Dialogue Research, the Human-Computer Interaction Lab and the Centre for Data Science. The Woodside Building for Technology and Design, ready to open in 2020, will offer the latest dynamic and interactive learning spaces.

Graduate Research

Monash IT graduate research degrees (PhD and MPhil) follow the Monash Doctoral Program (MDP). The MDP blends original research with training options that support you throughout your research journey and prepare you for your career.

Research Degree Options

  • Master of Philosophy (MPhil) - Two-year research degree requiring a 30,000-word thesis. The following PhD programmes are also offered by the department - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), PhD by Practice-based Research and Exegesis. 

There are two university-recognised research centres and numerous affiliated research labs and groups. It conducts pioneering research in - Centre for Data Science and Centre for Organisational and Social Informatics (COSI).

Pure Sciences

The faculty has six schools - School of Biological Sciences; School of Chemistry; School of Earth, Atmosphere & Environment; School of Mathematics; School of Physics and Astronomy. It offers honors courses for undergraduate study and the following courses for graduate study -

  1. Master of Financial Mathematics - Standard duration is 2 years, full time. All units contribute to the master's program and maintain relationships with banks, investment firms, and research organisations in financial mathematics. It has 96 credits.
  2. Master of Environment and Sustainability - This 96-credit point course is structured in four parts and has a duration of 2 years. You will choose one of five specialisations and have the opportunity to work in real-world contexts, combining theory and practice, to respond to local and international, corporate, government and social-environmental concerns.
  3. Master of Science - You will be able to choose from the following disciplines that lead to a specialist award: Astrophysics, Atmospheric science, Earth science and Physics. The course comprises of 96 points. The duration is two years.
  4. Master of Mathematics - You can choose from a wide range of units in Pure Mathematics, Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics. Students can complement their discipline studies with professional development learning including units in data exploration and visualisation. The course runs for 2 years and has 96 credits.
  5. Master of Food Science and Agribusiness - Master of Food Science and Agribusiness graduates can expect promising career opportunities after graduating from this course. Typical career paths include Regulatory officer; Food technologist; Product/process development scientist; Food microbiologist; Food chemist; Food product or ingredient development specialist; Food plant production supervisor/ manager; Researcher; Food policy officer; Academia; Entrepreneur and business owner. It is a 2-year course with 96 credits.

Research strengths include Energy and Materials; Genetics, Genomics and health; Environmental change and adaptation; Evolution of the Earth and Universe; Solutions for a big data world; Synthesis for function; Mathematical networks, space, and symmetry.

Business 

Undergraduate Courses 

  • Accounting; Bachelor of Actuarial Science; Bachelor of Banking and Finance; Bachelor of Business; Bachelor of Business Administration; Bachelor of Commerce; Bachelor of Economics; Bachelor of Finance; Bachelor of International Business; Bachelor of Marketing

Postgraduate Courses 

  • Master of Professional Accounting; Master of Accounting; Master of Banking and Finance; Master of Advanced Finance; Master of Business; Master of Business Analytics; Master of Global Business; Master of Applied Economics and Econometrics; Master of Actuarial Studies; Master of Marketing; Monash MBA; Monash GEMBA; Master of Environment and Sustainability; Master of Project Management; Master of Accounting and Master of Business Law; Master of Regulation and Compliance; Master of Philosophy

Monash Faculties

  • Arts - It is Monash’s internationally renowned faculty for humanities, social sciences, languages and performing arts. They are recognised for their cutting-edge research that addresses important local and global issues, advancing students’ understanding of the world. Monash Arts have the following teaching and research schools: Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics; Media, Film and Journalism; Philosophical, Historical and International Studies; Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music;  Arts and Social Sciences; Centre for Theatre and Performance; Monash Indigenous Studies Centre. 
  • Art, Design and Architecture - The faculty is guided by globally renowned academics. It is dynamic and progressive with studio learning environments that will build knowledge and creative thinking. Some of its research projects include the design of sustainable, affordable housing in suburban Melbourne; appropriate and high-quality housing for an ageing population; specialised supportive housing for people with disability; improving health in informal settlements in Fiji and Indonesia through improved water sanitation.
  • Education - You can choose to specialise in early years, primary or secondary education – or a combination of these. The faculty was ranked sixth in the world in the subject of Education in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013 and 2014 and four stars 'above world standard' in Education according to Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2012.
  • Law - The faculty was started in 1964 with four students and holds a very prestigious place today. it offers various scholarships for meritorious students. The Law Students’ Society is amongst the largest student-run organisations in Australia. It is the first law school in Australia to offer a guaranteed clinical education experience for all students who wish to include a practical component in their Monash Law degree. Their Castan Centre for Human Rights Law is dedicated to protecting and promoting human rights.
  • Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences - The faculty comprises of 10 schools, various centres and institutes, each with a unique purpose. It has more than 20 departments. It also participates in a number of cooperative research centres (CRC’s) and are affiliated with internationally-acclaimed research institutes including the Baker Medical Research Institute, the Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health, and the Mental Health Research Institute.  As the University's largest research faculty, it has contributed to breakthroughs in crucial areas like IVF, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer research, and infectious diseases.
  • Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences - It is a specialist campus, located in 'the Parkville strip', Australia's premier health and biomedical precinct. Its successes include the joint design and development of the influenza treatment Relenza, the collaborative design of a potential single-dose malaria treatment and new approaches to delivering drugs to the body more effectively. The Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences houses at least 200 research staff and postgraduate students who are involved in drug discovery biology, medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutics to improve treatments for cancer, malaria, Parkinson's disease and other major health threats. The Centre for Medicine Use and Safety seeks to improve pharmacy practice and minimise the misuse of medicines in hospitals and the community.
Annual fees for Indians $38,900
Annual off-campus living $9,800
Source : GyanDhan's analysis & university's website as of year 2018

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