Berwick is located 40km from the Melbourne CBD and is a state of the art, purpose built campus known for its community atmosphere.
Caulfield is the second largest metropolitan campus and located only 9km from the CBD.
Clayton is the original and largest campus of Monash set on 100 hectares of landscaped grounds with exceptional facilities and services.
The School of Humanities, Communication and Social Sciences, is based in the township of Churchill, about 140 km east of the Clayton campus.
Studying overseas is the ideal opportunity to experience different cultures, make new friends and explore the world without postponing your studies. Everyone’s experience of studying overseas is unique, however, there are a number of benefits that students share in common. These include greater independence and self-discipline, adaptability and intercultural understanding.
Monash has two international campuses located in Malaysia and South Africa and a number of programs offered through our centre in Italy.
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
Located in Bandar Sunway, 18km from central Kuala Lumpur, the campus is equipped with the latest teaching and learning resources including internet access to course materials and library resources from Monash campuses in Australia.
The Monash Centre in Prato is located 20 minutes from Florence and provides the perfect setting for language learning, short courses and cultural study tours.
South Africa (Roodepoort)
This campus is one of South Africa’s most technologically advanced university campuses. Its students have access to the latest learning resources with touch screen technology, video conferencing facilities and electronic resource centres.
Where can you go?
Monash Arts has affiliations with over 120 universities throughout the world and each year our students travel to places such as Austria, Botswana, Chile, Denmark, France, Hungary, Israel, California, Latvia, Middle East, the UK and the USA. We also have campuses in South Africa and Malaysia, and a teaching facility in Prato, Italy.