Innovative programs, leading academics and a strong international presence are just some of the reasons our students choose to study Arts at Monash. They will also tell you that from day one their learning journey has challenged, surprised and ultimately inspired them.
Over the past fifty years, Monash Arts has positioned itself as a faculty without borders. There are no limits on our thinking and no boundaries on our knowledge. We thrive on exploring new ways to see the world. This, combined with our extensive international connections, makes us one of the most popular arts faculties in the world.
- Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Monash University are proud to announce the innaugural David Ben-Gurion – Sir John Monash Leadership Forum, named in honour of great leaders from our two nations. The 2013 forum is themed on ‘Sustainability and Leadership’ and will feature a range of thought leaders from academia, industry and government presenting the ... Read more
- Three Monash University students are making a difference overseas by helping to encourage and develop debating in universities in Africa. The brainchild of Monash Association of Debaters (MAD) members Kiran Iyer, Sashi Balaraman and Damien Bruckard, African Voice was set up with the hope of sending Monash debaters every year to countries in Africa that are ... Read more
- Over the past 50 years, Monash Arts has positioned itself as a faculty without borders. There are no limits to our thinking and no boundaries to our knowledge. We thrive on exploring new ways to see the world. This, combined with out extensive international connections, makes us one of the most popular Arts faculties in ... Read more
- Australia and the World Australia and the world looks at Australia’s social, cultural and political landscape. At Monash, we are renowned for our field trips, our use of interactive media, and our willingness to look beyond the myths and stereotypes and interrogate Australia in new and different ways. In doing so, students engage with a number ... Read more
- Kat Muscat – Editor of Voiceworks What course did you do? Bachelor of Arts. What did you major in? Literature and philosophy. How did you get to where you are today? I’d been a volunteer on the editorial committee of Voiceworks since 2005. Thoughout that time I edited contributions and wrote feedback for unsuccessful submissions and also became ... Read more