Information for Australia Awards scholarship awardees
Monash Arts has a long and proud history of involvement in the Australian goverment’s international scholarship program. Since the 1960s we have welcomed students from many countries to our Melbourne campuses, including Indonesia, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea and more recently, Africa and Latin America.
The AusAID website provides detailed information on eligibility criteria and how to apply.
Approved fields of study have included a number of Masters by Coursework programs offered by Monash Arts, such as:
- Master of Counter-Terrorism, CRICOS code: 050400C
- Master of European and International Studies, CRICOS code:
- Master of International Crisis Management, CRICOS code: 069268B
- Master of International Relations, CRICOS code: 048453G
- Master of Sustainability, CRICOS code: 075340D
- Master of Tourism, CRICOS code: 041063A
In addition, Monash Arts offers a range of two-year double master’s programs, including:
- Master of International Business and Master of European and International Studies
- Master of Journalism and Master of Business
- Master of Journalism and Master of European and International Studies
- Master of Journalism and Master of International Relations
- Master of Journalism and Master of Sustainability
Please note: Not at all of these programs are approved for every country. Awardees need to check the country-specific eligibility criteria and priority areas for development on the Australia Awards participating countries site.
Support services are extenisve and available to all students. Monash Connect is a central point for support and referral to a number of services including health services, counselling, financial aid, housing advice, family and child care services, chaplaincy, and occupational and health and safety advice.
Bringing your children
AusAID awardees may be eligible for an exemption on children’s school fees. For full details, contact the Department of Education and Early Education Development.
Monash Australia Awards Guides
Monash University offers a range of courses suited to the development needs of AusAID and its scholarship holders. Find out more in the guides below, or visit the Australia Awards website to see your country’s area of priority.
- Applied History
- Applied LIngustics
- Communications and Media Studies
- Counter-Terrorism Studies
- Criminal Justice and Criminology
- Cultural Arts
- European and International Studies
- Human Services Management
- International Crisis Management
- International Relations
- Interpreting and Translation Studies
- Islamic Studies
- Publishing and Editing
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