Students who come to Monash can be confident that they are studying in a program that is thoroughly well-grounded internationally. Through the Monash Abroad program, the university provides financial and adminstrative support for students to travel overseas for study purposes and have those studies included in their Monash degree.
The Monash Journalism program is deeply collaborative. We have links with Research Institutes and Centres for Investigative Journalism in the USA, including the Centre for Investigative Reporting in San Francisco and the Centre for Public Integrity in Washington. We have continuing links for student and staff exchanges with European universities with whom we ran the Global Environmental Journalism Initiative, funded out of Brussels and Canberra from 2008-2011. We are also prominent participants in the Australian Consortium for In-country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) program, where students come to understand what it’s like to work and study in another country that’s very relevant to Australia, and at the same time to build friendships and networks with future journalists in those countries.
- Jakarta is one of those cities you can never quite describe. You can have a love-hate relationship with almost every aspect of the city, which is what made interning at The Jakarta Globe such an interesting experience. I arrived in Jakarta in early January as part of the ACICIS Journalism Professional Practicum. There were 24 student ... Read more
- Reporters interviewing representatives at the Australian Indonesian Youth Dialogue in Jakarta. Alex Hamer (far left) is on a placement with the Jakarta Post and Bevan Wang (second from left) is gaining valuable work experience with Antara, the Indonesian news agency. Both Alex and Bevan are Monash journalism students. Read more