Facilities and Important Resources for Graduate Research Students
Arts graduate research students who are currently enrolled in a doctoral or masters by research degree can apply for an office space at Clayton or Caulfield.
The following factors are considered in allocating office space:
- Candidature stage (those in the final stages may be given priority)
- Frequency of use (students who anticipate using office space more regularly are given preference)
- Need for space (suitable work space unavailable elsewhere)
- Progress on your research and thesis.
To be allocated a graduate research office space you must submit an Application Form. This is a google form which will be automatically sent to Arts Graduate Research upon completion.
Sometimes there is a waiting period due to high demand for a permanent study desk. Hot desks are available in the interim at both Clayton and Caulfield, in rooms accessed with a pin access code that you can obtain from the Resources team. Computers and printers are available for your use in these rooms.
Clayton hot desks:
- Room S603, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk
- PhD Hub, 27 Sports Walk
- Graduate Student Hub, 21 Sports Walk.
Caulfield hot desks:
- Room B4. Building 41
- Room H5, Building 57.
The Monash Postgraduate Association (MPA) invites all postgraduates, whether local or international, to seek advice and advocacy on any issue which relates to their study.The MPA can assist you with a broad range of issues including:
- Academic and general misconduct
- Academic progress
- Course quality
- Grievance process
- Intellectual property
- Research progress
Monash promotes access and equity for students who have a disability or an ongoing medical condition.
You can view the full list of services provided by the Disability Support Services by visiting their website.
As a graduate research student you can download a range of free software packages from eSolutions to assist you with your research.