Scholarships and Funding Your Studies

Domestic Students

Fees

Fee information can be found in the coursefinder entry for any Masters course.

Commonwealth Supported Places

Some courses offer a limited number of Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP). To check if there are any CSPs available for the course in which you are interested, refer to the course finder entry for that course.

A Commonwealth Supported Place is where you and the Federal Government jointly cover the cost of your tertiary studies. You therefore pay a lower course fee called the student contribution amount (SCA). The number of units you study each semester and the unit discipline (eg, Arts) will determine your contribution amount.

Full-Fee Paying Domestic Students/FEE-HELP

Full-fee paying domestic students may be eligible for FEE-HELP, an Australian government loan scheme that assists with up to 100% of your tuition fees. Download the Fee-Help Brochure to find out more.

Scholarships, Study Grants and Aid

We are dedicated to helping you afford your studies at Monash University. We have a range of grants, scholarships, discount schemes and Australian government-supported loans to support your studies. All students can apply for funding to attend international field schools via Monash Abroad. Learn more about your funding opportunities by visiting the links below:

  • FEE-HELP and other Australian government-supported funding Learn more
  • Monash Scholarships Learn more

International Students

Fees

Fee information can be found in the coursefinder entry for any Masters course.

AusAID Scholarships

Students from emerging economies may be able to apply for fully funded scholarships from AusAID (including return airfares) under the Australia Awards Scheme. Please contact AusAID or the Australian Embassy in your own country for further information.

Scholarships, Study Grants and Aid

We are dedicated to helping you afford your studies at Monash University. We have a range of grants, scholarships, discount schemes and Australian government-supported funding to support your studies. All students can apply for funding to attend international field schools via Monash Abroad.

Learn more about your funding opportunities by visiting the links below:

Visa information?

International students undertaking a full two-year  program may be eligible to apply for a Post-Study Work visa” in Australia.

Further information is available from the Australian Department of Immigration.

What are the English language requirements for entry to Monash?

Visit English language requirements for information on:

  • The University’s minimum English language entry requirements
  • English language proficiency tests – what is required and how to arrange testing
  • The Monash University English Language Centre as a pathway for students who need help to meet the minimum English language requirements

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Can I study my degree in different ways?

We do offer some flexibility in the way we teach a range of our degree programs at Australian campuses.

Full-time and part-time study options

Domestic students can reduce the number of units they study each semester by choosing to enrol part-time. The Master of Sustainability may be completed with 1.5 years (3 semesters) full-time study or 3 years (6 semesters) part-time study.

If you choose to study part-time, be aware that:

  • Night classes may not be available for all units.
  • This option is not available to international students.

Online and off-campus learning is not available for the Master of Sustainability.

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How do I become a Commonwealth Supported (CSP) student?

We automatically assess all eligible full-fee paying students before semester one and two for this award. High-achieving students should ensure they apply before the advertised deadline for the relevant intake to be ranked for potential selection. Applications received after the deadline may be accepted, however will not be considered for a Commonwealth Supported place.

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What is the definition of an international student?

We consider you an international student if you are not:

  • an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or
  • an Australian permanent resident.

Note: We consider Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents as domestic students.

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Do I need industry experience to apply for the Master’s course?

Our postgraduate courses are designed to meet the needs of students who have recently finished their degrees, individuals entering the industry for the first time or current industry professionals looking at furthering their career opportunities.

If you have extensive industry experience, please contact the program director to discuss alternative pathways that would best suit your needs.

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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 spent a week in Berlin, Germany, as part of their ‘international industry engagement program”. Each student received a $500 travel grant from Monash Abroad to attend the symposium.

ITB Berlin entrance
ITB Berlin entrance

“Being around passionate knowledgeable people”

Monash students at the ITB UNWTO stand
Monash students at the ITB UNWTO stand

“My experience attending ITB Berlin was incredible. Being around such passionate, knowledgeable people gave me a more in-depth, expansive and realistic view of the global industry. I was able to interact with people I’d never have otherwise met and hopefully made connections that will set me on the path to my goals. It’s an experience not to be missed.”
-
Ms Peyton Hinson, Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management (MISTM) student from the USA.

“The opportunity to network with some of the world’s leading tourism entrepreneurs, leaders and policy makers including the United Nation’s World Tourism Organisation, was a career defining moment for me.”
- Mr Peter Clay, Master of Tourism Student, Australia

Students attended seminars on the latest trends and topics such as;

  • the continued growth of the industry (from 1 billion travellers in 2012 to 1.8 billion in 2030),
  • the major issues surrounding sustainable industry development,
  • the growth of corporate social responsibility within the sector and the latest strategies in social media marketing.

In addition students heard from industry experts in the fields of media management and destination marketing and were hosted by Tourism Australia at the Australia stand.

“A study tour with great learning and career opportunities”

“This study tour is a great opportunity for our students to hear about the latest trends in the industry as well as to gain an understanding of the global dimensions of the sector.
A key theme this year has been the role of tourism as a tool for development in emerging economies.
Students also have the opportunity to interact directly with their potential future employers”
– Program coordinator Dr Jeff Jarvis.

Ms Jo Devine, UNWTO
Ms Jo Devine, UNWTO

The group also had the opportunity to hear from Alumna, Ms Jo Devine from the United Nations on her work on the UNWTO Silk Road Tourism development strategy.

Prior to joining UNWTO, Jo worked in international destination marketing for Tourism Queensland – Australia, based in the UK. She also worked for local government in regional tourism development on the Great Ocean Road, Australia and spent time in Estonia conducting field research for the Estonian Tourism Board.

The opportunity to attend the world’s largest industry symposium and trade fair.

ITB Phillipines
An industry stand in the Asia Pacific hall of ITB
Berlin.

The Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin (ITB Berlin) is the world’s largest industry trade fair and symposium.

The trade fair was attended by over 110,000 industry delegates and 189 nations were represented.

From the ITB website:

“As the Leading Travel Industry Think Tank the convention addresses the most important issues in the global tourism industry and presents solutions and best practice examples for current and future challenges. Exclusive empirical studies, expert panelists and innovative concepts offered indispensable insights into the major trends of the global tourism industry.”

Find out more about the Graduate Tourism programs at Monash

The Master of Tourism at Monash University, founded in 1989, recognises that the current era of rapid global change is increasing demands for highly skilled managers in the international tourism industry and associated industries.

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Master of Journalism and Master of International Relations

This double master’s program provides a comprehensive introduction to the nature of the international political system and some of the key issues in contemporary international relations. It is intended as an entry-level qualification for a professional journalism career, and a mid-career course for working journalists seeking to extend their expertise and refresh the intellectual basis of their practice.

The course aims to develop an understanding of theories and issues in international relations and an ability to critically analyse and communicate them. Strong professional research and reporting skills in a range of media technologies and formats, an understanding of the role of journalism and the media in local, national, and international contexts, and an ability to contribute to the role of professional and ethical journalism in the service of the public right to know are also key areas the course focuses on. 

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Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management

As the tourism industry continues to grow and expand throughout the world, sustainability is playing an increasingly influential role in how the industry is governed, managed and developed. There is a growing demand for well-qualified managers who not only have a broad and deep understanding of global business activity, but a clear insight into the consequences of planning and policy-making on the environment, society, culture and the economy. The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) forecasts the growth rate for emerging economies will be double that of advanced economies in the next two decades, and that a sustainable industry can therefore play a significant role in achieving the millennium development goals.

By drawing on best practice in the tourism industry, policy governance and research, the Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management equips students with a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between tourism and sustainable development. There is a particular emphasis on emerging economies and the development of small and medium sized enterprises within them. The course looks at how tourism can be compatible with the development of sustainable organisations, urban and rural development/regeneration, natural resource management and wildlife conservation, as well as the diversifying benefits from international and domestic tourism. It facilitates the development of skills and techniques to develop tourism policies and practices in a global setting and to manage tourism development and enterprises in the direction of more sustainable practice.

Special features of the course

The course is structured around core units, electives, a research thesis or an internship. There is a diverse range of electives to choose from enabling students to tailor the course to suit their own interests and career aspirations.

International field schools and exchange

Students are encouraged to take part of their studies overseas in order to broaden their understanding of the international market and the role that a sustainable tourism industry can play in emerging economies. The course provides the option of attending a partially funded intensive field school to study the patterns of development within an emerging economy in the Asia Pacific region such as Fiji, Vietnam or Cambodia.

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Master of Journalism and Master of Sustainability

This double master’s program provides a comprehensive introduction to social and environmental sustainability and sustainable development. It also provides an entry-level qualification for a professional journalism career, and a mid-career course for working journalists who want to extend their expertise and refresh the intellectual basis of their practice.

Students develop a strong understanding of the theory and practice of sustainable development alongside the sociopolitical causes and effects of environmental degradation and change. The development of high standards of professional research and reporting skills in a range of media technologies is a key component of the program.

The Master of Sustainability component has three streams:

  • Environment and Governance
  • Corporate Environmental and Sustainability Management
  • International Development and Natural Resource Management

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Fast-track your career in culture

Fast-track your career in culture and the arts industries with a Master of Cultural Economy at Monash

Are you a creative type with career aspiration in culture and the arts? Monash University is currently taking expressions of interest from final year graduate students of media, fine arts, design and cultural studies for enrolment in the innovative and dynamic Master of Cultural Economy program.

Why enrol in a Master of Cultural Economy?

The Master of Cultural Economy program has been specially designed to help students kick start a career in a range of employment areas where culture, economy and policy intersect.

The program is interdisciplinary and collaborative and is taught by experts who are global leaders in industry, government and academic research in arts and cultural industries with international experience.

If you’re looking to get involved and make a difference in these  industries, or looking to add value to your arts and culture career, this Masters program offers active and practical experience in building on creative and cultural ideas, nurturing your skills and understanding to support the development of cultural projects.

What do I get out of this Masters program?

Graduates from the Master of Cultural Economy program have progressed from their studies to career success in a range of creative roles including,

  • corporate, publicly funded, charitable and community entities
  • small commercial and not-for-profit businesses start ups
  • working across developing, emerging and developed economies in urban, suburban and rural settings.

Providing the opportunity to gain a global perspective and make international and national contacts through higher degree learning and industry fieldwork in this exciting and creative industry, the Master of Culture and Economy program offers graduate students a unique experience to achieve their creative career ambitions.

I’m interested. Where do I learn more?
More information on the Master in Cultural Economy at Monash

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Real World Learning: Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management

Opportunities for real-world learning with a Monash Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management

Monash University is now offering a Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management in 2014.

With opportunities for overseas and national industry experience, sign up now to engage in real-world learning in this leading program of study in a growth industry.

What is the Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management program?

This Masters program at Monash is an international leader in the study of tourism management and is unique in its focus on tourism in the context of mobility and sustainability.

Offered as an interdisciplinary, coursework-based program taught by renowned academics in tourism management, students will develop their learning, knowledge and skill in a range of areas including sustainability, marketing, international development and research.

The Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management also includes industry engagement to boost your practical tourism management experience with national and international experts.

The program offers opportunities for industry placement with travel to Estonia through an established internship program, and to other parts of the world to participate in field schools where you will act as a tourism development consultant. Recent field trips were conducted in Fiji and Vietnam.

Why should I enrol?

Tourism is a recognised growth area that offers a range of career possibilities.

Through real-world learning a Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management offers graduates a step up in pursuing a career in tourism.

Graduates from this Masters program have gone on to forge dynamic careers in the tourism industry, both here and abroad.

I’m interested. How do I learn more?

Domestic students from Arts and Business with an interest in international studies and development are encouraged to enrol in the Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management for first or second semester in 2014. This is a two-year course.

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Master of Applied Linguistics

The Master of Applied Linguistics offers professionals in a wide variety of disciplines the opportunity to expand their knowledge of how language works in the context of globalisation.

Applied linguistics is one of the fastest growing fields of study in the humanities and is becoming increasingly recognised for its ability to solve language related problems at a micro and macro level.

Linguistics at Monash University was ranked No.19 in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2013.

This course is ideal for language teachers, interpreters, editors and others working with language problems in increasingly multilingual and multicultural societies such as Australia.

Student choose one stream according to the area they wish to specialise in.

General Applied Linguistics

Stream coordinator: Dr Louisa Willoughby

This stream is designed to give students a strong understanding of language structures and use across a variety of languages.

In the core units, students explore the sounds and grammar of Australian English and how these differ from other English varieties and languages around the world. Students also explore how we use language differently according to context and how language varies between different social groups.

In elective units, students have the opportunity to specialise in areas such as literacy, second language acquisition, or language and identity.

This stream is ideal for a range of professionals, including interpreters, editors, policy makers and health care professionals – in short, anyone working with language issues in a multilingual and multicultural context.

Japanese Applied Linguistics

Stream coordinator: Dr Robyn Spence-Brown

This stream is designed to further students’ understanding of second and foreign language acquisition, language teaching, language contact and intercultural communication with particular reference to Japanese.

It also aims to develop students’ skills in critical reading, the ability to write critically, and the ability to design a research project where appropriate.

Students may include up to 24 points of advanced level Japanese language units in their degree.

This stream is ideal for current Japanese language teachers, those looking to build a career as a Japanese language teacher, or anyone with an intermediate (or higher) level of Japanese proficiency looking to develop higher proficiency in the language and a deeper understanding of sociolinguistic and intercultural communication issues in contemporary Japanese.

Students must have competence in Japanese at an intermediate level or higher to take this stream.

English as an International Language

Stream Coordinator: Professor Farzad Sharifian

This stream is designed to give students in-depth knowledge of issues surrounding the teaching and use of English as an international language. It explores issues that relate to the sociocultural, conceptual and ideological considerations that relate to the spread of English around the world.

It also addresses issues such as the speaker’s identity, teaching of English as an international language, and the use of English as a Lingua Franca in international professional contexts.

This stream is ideal for EAL teachers, policy makers or anyone considering taking up a position teaching or working in a country where English is nto the native language of the majority of the population.

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Master of Bioethics

Over the past two decades, there has been increasing community concern about ethics in science, especially in the health sciences and the biological sciences.

The Master of Bioethics is a response to that concern, and will enable those taking it to deepen their understanding of ethical issues in health care and the biological sciences.

While the course is particularly well-suited to health care professionals and scientists who face complex ethical issues in their working lives, it will also be valuable for those involved in the formulation of public policy and law regarding these issues, as well as for anyone who simply wishes to explore issues of public concern in greater depth.

The course provides an interdisciplinary education that covers questions of life and death, ethical issues in patient care, legal issues in bioethics, and ethical issues in professional life.

Monash-WHO Fellowship

Master of Bioethics students who have completed at least one semester of the course are eligible to apply for an annual fellowship of $9000 to work during the Australian summer as an intern in the Department of Ethics, Equity, Trade and Human Rights at the World Health Organisation in Geneva.

For more information, visit the Monash-WHO Fellowship webpage.

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Master of Communications and Media Studies

The Master of Communications and Media Studies aims to further students’ understanding of communications and media systems both locally and globally.

Communications and Media Studies was ranked No.21 in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2013.

The course focuses on challenges posed by the emergence of digital media, globalisation and increasing levels of cross-cultural exchange. The last decade has been one of unprecedented change in communications and media content, forms, technology and policy with wide-ranging implications for business, politics, public administration and everyday life. This course examines these developments from an historical, political and theoretical perspective.

The course is particularly designed to focus on themes relevant to those employed, or seeking employment, in communications and media industries (e.g. electronic journalism, policy formulation, public relations, and tourism marketing), and those wishing to expand their expertise for teaching purposes or further study.

Industry Internships

Students have the opportunity to undertake an industry internship whilst gaining credit towards their degree. Recent organisations that our students have interned with include the Slattery Media Group, Greta Donaldson Publicity, and the Australian Government’s Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.

With the course coordinator’s approval, students may be able to undertake an international internship.

Visit the Communications and Media Studies webpage for further information.

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The Master of Counter-Terrorism Studies offers a rigorous course of study that evaluates these multifaceted phenomena. The course provides an understanding of what terrorism is and how it is constructed and reproduced. It also addresses the diverse and multifaceted actors involved in enacting and preventing terrorism and other security concerns.

Students explore a range of areas including, terrorisms (state, religious, revolutionary and right wing); the political, theological and intellectual bases of terrorism; political violence and political movements; and country and regional studies.

This course is designed for students who wish to pursue graduate study in these areas and professionals working in law enforcement, public services, defence and diplomacy.

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