Interested in studying Music or Performing Arts at Monash in 2014? Want to gain an edge at your audition?
Our free Auditions Information Evening could increase your chance of success. Selection officers will explain what they look for in candidates, and there will be plenty of time for questions. Each session also covers pathway study options.
The sessions run concurrently, so if you are applying for both Music and Performing Arts, choose one session and ask a friend or parent to attend the other. Parents, Careers Practitioners and Teachers are all welcome.
Find out more:
- Music and Performing Arts Auditions Information Evening
- Performance and Theatre Auditions
- Music Auditions
The history diviners: the emerging stories of early Gallipoli visitors
As The Water Diviner is released on commercial television and premieres in Los Angeles, researchers at Monash University reveal the identity of the film’s central character. Monash University historian Professor Bruce Scates and his doctoral student, Rebecca Wheatley, have spent years charting early Australian journeys to battlefields overseas.
Peter Singer: The Most Good You Can Do
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State of imprisonment: Victoria is leading the nation backwards
by Dr Marie Segrave, Dr Anna Eriksson and Emma Russell This article is part of The Conversation’s series, State … Continue reading State of imprisonment: Victoria is leading the nation backwards
Registrations open for 5th ACFID University Network Conference
Monash University, in partnership with ACFID, is hosting the 5th ACFID University Network Conference on … Continue reading Registrations open for 5th ACFID University Network Conference
Monash at the Malthouse Podcast: ‘Nothing to Lose’
Last month, Monash took part in a panel discussion at the Malthouse Theatre on body … Continue reading Monash at the Malthouse Podcast: ‘Nothing to Lose’
All things being equal
Are we making headway in getting greater women’s participation in Asia-Pacific politics? by Jacqui True … Continue reading All things being equal
Monash student wins Melbourne Press Club Student Journalist of the Year
Monash University’s Jenan Taylor has won the Melbourne Press Club’s 2014 Student Journalist of the … Continue reading Monash student wins Melbourne Press Club Student Journalist of the Year
A new degree sets new horizons
The Bachelor of Global Studies was officially launched last month by Dr Simon Adams, Executive Director … Continue reading A new degree sets new horizons
Apply now to study in Italy, New York or Indonesia this year
Monash Arts offers students a number of opportunities to make their study experience an international … Continue reading Apply now to study in Italy, New York or Indonesia this year
Monash academics draft working paper on ‘Women in Politics’
Monash Academics from the School of Social Sciences, Professor Jacqui True, Dr Swati Parashar and … Continue reading Monash academics draft working paper on ‘Women in Politics’
Joint PhD program offers global research opportunities for philosophy student
Thomas Ryan is the first Monash University student to study at the University of Warwick … Continue reading Joint PhD program offers global research opportunities for philosophy student
Musical Symposium Hits High Note
The first international symposium on the Malay musical arts of the Riau Islands (also know … Continue reading Musical Symposium Hits High Note