Monash Arts has programs on two campuses within Australia. Australian campuses are located within the state of Victoria at Caulfield and Clayton.
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.
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 is well known for its international presence with campuses in Malaysia and South Africa, a teaching centre in Prato, Italy, a joint graduate school in Suzhou, China, and a research collaboration in Mumbai, India.
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
Located in Bandar Sunway, 18km from central Kuala Lumpur, the Monash Malaysia campus is equipped with the latest teaching and learning resources.
Study at the Monash Prato Centre in Italy
Situated close to Florence in the picturesque landscape of Tuscany, the Monash Prato Centre is located in the elegant 18th century Palazzo Vaj right in the centre of Prato. Against this historic backdrop, you can study units that have been carefully designed to take advantage of all that Prato has to offer, including the opportunity to learn from some of the world’s eminent scholars in their fields. There are over 20 programs to choose from and they run between semesters, so you can fast track your degree. All units are taught in intensive mode over two to six weeks.
South Africa (Roodepoort)
The Monash South Africa 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.
Bring your studies to life
Study tours in Africa, Asia, Europe and the US
Study conflict and the Holocaust in Tel Aviv, explore the nature and experience of war on the Gallipoli peninsula and Western front, learn about genocide and conflict in Johannesburg and Rwanda, or get involved in a jazz improvisation workshop in new York with world-renowned musicians – you choose. Immerse yourself in the Italian or Chinese language and culture; programs running for three to six weeks are offered in Prato, Italy and China.
For more information, go to artsonline.monash.edu.au/study-overseas
We partner with universities all over the world – so you can travel almost anywhere and still gain credit towards your Monash degree. You can choose from 130 universities across 30 countries.
The study abroad program is similar to an exchange, with the main difference being that you choose to study at a university that does not have a partnership with Monash so you pay the host university’s tuition fees for the time you are there.
For more information, go to monash.edu/study-abroad
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