Why Choose Monash Arts Research?
The PhD and Master’s by research degrees in Arts have traditionally appealed to those looking to pursue a research career in the humanities and social sciences. Increasingly Arts research graduates pursue careers on the professional job market too, responding to the needs of the 21st century knowledge economy. Research graduates now seek skills and training for many purposes: to collaborate with other researchers, manage teams, develop research strategies, be competitive in attracting research funding, gain patents and engage people in social change.
The new graduate research programs in Monash Arts are designed with the aspirations of diverse career paths in mind, as well as those who are yet to decide. The interdisciplinary nature of the programs, enhanced by specialist and generalist coursework and training components, signals a key point of difference in Arts at Monash.
Open Day: 2–3 August 2014
Open Day is a great opportunity for prospective students, friends and families to come and visit…
Mid-year entry is your opportunity to start your degree in July. You don’t have to…
Graduate Tourism Program students participate in ITB Berlin and gain valuable industry experience
Students in the Master of Tourism and Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management programs recently…
O-week, or Orientation week, is designed to ease your transition into the Monash environment and…
Music and Performing Arts Auditions Information Evening
Interested in studying Music or Performing Arts at Monash in 2014? Want to gain an…
Monash student to walk the steps of Capitol Hill
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce degree student Angela Snooks is the only Monash…
Hocking Shortlisted for Prime Minister’s Literary Awards
Congratulations to Monash Arts Professor Jenny Hocking whose biography of Gough Whitlam: His Time (MUP/Miegunyah…
Monash Arts Honours student Luke McGreevy wins Lowy Institute’s Undergraduate Op-Ed Competition
Congratulations to Monash Arts student Luke McGreevy who is the inaugural winner of the Lowy…
Ideas for a Better World, WorldMUN 2013
Two thousand young delegates from over eighty countries discussed, debated and shaped ideas for a better world, showing passionate support for ending world poverty, reducing the effects of natural disasters and promoting peace a security.
David Ben-Gurion – Sir John Monash Leadership Forum 2013
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Monash University are proud to announce the innaugural David…
Giving debating a voice in Africa
Three Monash University students are making a difference overseas by helping to encourage and develop…
Welcome from the Dean of Arts
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 the world.