Jazz & Strings in New York

JazzJazz in New York

Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in New York unit is situated at New York University (NYU) in Greenwich Village – NY.  The unit includes cutting-edge jazz education with master classes and workshops by the finest jazz musicians in New York City (who in previous years) included: Kenny Werner, Joe Lovano, Chris Potter, Wayne Krantz, Dave Douglas, John Schofield, Jean-Michel Pilc and Dave Schroeder. The two-week workshop offers a course covering a wide range of subjects and a diverse ensemble program tailored to the needs of intermediate to advanced students. The unit also offers performance (concerts), recording opportunities and attendance at concerts.

Along with the world-renowned jazz studies faculty, the workshops will include daily interaction with other jazz students/musicians from around the world, making it a unique opportunity that could only be offered in New York City – the mecca for jazz.

Strings in New York

Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Strings in New York unit will take place at New York University (NYU).   This three-week unit will give you the skills you need to forge ahead with confidence! Under the guidance of NYU string faculty members, many of whom have won major competitions and orchestral auditions, you will spend your days putting together the elements needed for a successful audition. Faculty will assist you in preparing solo Bach, concerti, showpieces and etudes. You will learn sports psychology techniques to help deal with performance anxiety such as centering, mental practice and the perfect formula for audition preparation. Alexander Technique session to correct posture and teach bodily self-awareness will also be available. Participants who struggle with persistent bad habits have the opportunity to learn a ground-breaking method of overcoming them in as little as an hour.

The unit with be led by NYU Artist faculty including Cyrus BeroukhimStephanie ChaseGregory FulkersonKikuei IkedaAnton MillerNaoko Tanaka, violin, Stephanie BaerShmuel KatzKaren Ritscher, viola, Marion FeldmanEileen MoonEdward Arron, cello, Edward Malave, Alexander Technique and Justin Hines, improvisation.

The Strings component may include:

  • Two private lessons per week
  • One hour of daily chamber music rehearsal or coaching
  • One hour classes held each afternoon on a series of topics ranging from building confidence through audition strategies to developing one’s musical voice through improvisation and freedom of expression
  • Five hours of daily practice time
  • Performance opportunities at bi-weekly student performances, master classes and chamber music recitals
  • Evening and weekend activities that may include NY Philharmonic concerts, sightseeing in New York City and visits to museums

 

Dates: 7 – 25 July (arrive from 2.00pm on 6th, depart 26th)

Cost: $4500 (this includes the application fee of $500)

  • $500 to be paid at time of application, no later than 5pm Monday 14 April
  • $2000 to be paid by Monday 2 June
  • $2000 to be paid by Tuesday 1 July

Inclusions: accommodation, practice facilities, recording (may be for Jazz only), attendance at selected concerts, some meals (two meals per day/five days per week plus food vouchers for weekend)

Eligibility: Selection of students will be based on:

  • the make-up of ensembles, i.e. bass, drums, guitar, etc, (Jazz only)
  • academic record (minimum credit (60%) average across degree and minimum credit for Chief Music Studies CMS – if applicable)
  • interview and audition if required
  • be 18 years of age or over at the time of departure from Australia
  • Have an active enrolment in a Monash undergraduate degree and have completed 24 credit points (48 if applying for an OS-Help loan)
  • Have met any pre-requisites required for the unit of study

How to apply:

  • register an expression of interest with SZCSOM
  • attend the information session in SZCSOM on 19 March at 4.00pm
  • attend audition and interview if required
  • if approved, complete application process
  • attend pre-departure session (date TBC)

 Application Process:

  1. Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements
  2. Make a course advice appointment with your home faculty to ensure you have space in your degree to complete the overseas program (make appointments online via your my.monash portal)
  3. Complete the application form
  4. Pay the program application fee via e-cart . Provide a copy of your receipt with your application
  5. Provide a copy of a bank statement (for purposes of depositing the travel abroad scholarship into your account)
  6. Include a copy of your passport (the page with photo & details)
  7. Submit your completed application to Arts Student Services, or directly to the ISP Coordinator

NB. Students who require an OS-Help loan should complete the application form, and submit together with the ISP Jazz in New York application form

Further information

  • Study Programs and Tours

    Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours…

  • Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

    If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

  • Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

    Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

  • Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

    This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.

  • Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

    This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

  • War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

    Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.

Study Abroad

If you choose to apply to a non-partner university you will need to complete a Monash Abroad application form and follow the same process as for Exchange.

You will also need to complete a Monash Abroad application form.  However, instead of Monash Abroad nominating you, you will have to apply directly to the non-partner university. Make sure you find out their closing dates and other requirements as Monash Abroad does not keep information on non-partner universities.

For inquiries about studying at a non-partner university, please contact
Arts-Outbound-Students@monash.edu

Study Programs and Tours

Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours give you the opportunity to study topics on site.

To find out more about any of these study tours, please Contact Us

Further information

  • Jazz & Strings in New York

    Jazz in New York Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in…

  • Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

    If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

  • Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

    Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

  • Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

    This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.

  • Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

    This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

  • War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

    Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.

Intercampus Exchange

Exchange period Submit application to Faculty of Arts Submit application to Monash Abroad
Semester 1, 2015 15th September, 2014 15th October, 2014
Semester 2, 2015 28th February, 2015 31st March, 2015

Monash Arts students are able to study part of their degree at one of our international campuses. Each semester students from our Australian campuses swap places with students from the Sunway Campus in Malaysia and the Monash South Africa campus.

Monash Malaysia

Established in 1998, Monash Malaysia is the university’s first international campus. The campus is located in Bandar Sunway, about 18km from centre Kuala Lumpur. A popular tourist destination, Kuala Lumpur has a rich blend of cultural and ethnic diversity. The weather is tropical with an average temperature of 30 degrees Celsius. Bandar Sunway has come to be known as a higher education hub for its easy access via a network of highways and modern infrastructure, and its safe, secure and friendly student environment. The township contains a major shopping mall, the award-winning Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, and a range of hotels, clubs and bars. On-campus accomodation is pre-arranged for all exchange and study-abroad students at the Sunway Monash Residence. The food is delicious, cheap and easily available throughout the day.
Find out more about Monash Malaysia.

Monash South Africa Campus

Monash South Africa campus is located in the growing suburb of Ruimsig, 25km north of Johannesburg’s city centre. The campus has advanced facilities with state-of-the-art technology, a strong volunteering ethic which sees many students give up their time to help disadvantaged children with their school work, and excellent campus security. There are lots of places to shop, eat and be entertained on and close to the campus. Clearwater Mall is only 5km from the campus and houses major department stores, boutiques, specialty shops, cinemas and restaurants. Also close by, Northgate Mall has an ice rink and paintball arena.
Find out more about the Monash South Africa Campus.

Credit for Overseas Study

You will gain credit in your Monash degree for the approved units that you study abroad. Students are able to receive a maximum of 24 points (4 units) per semester for studies overseas.

Intercampus Exchange application procedure

For Faculty of Arts students (including double degree students) wishing to depart in Semester 1 or 2, 2015 please read the following flyer:
2015 Study Abroad_Exchange procedures information (Word)

Further information

Exchange

Study at a Partner Institution

Exchange to University of California, Japanese Universities or Pennsylvania State University:

Exchange period Submit application to Faculty of Arts Submit application to Monash Abroad
Semester 1, 2015 12th April, 2014 1st June, 2014
Semester 2, 2015 15th October, 2014 1st December, 2014

All other exchange destinations:

Exchange period Submit application to Faculty of Arts Submit application to Monash Abroad
Semester 1, 2015 31st May, 2014 31st July, 2014
Semester 2, 2015 30th November, 2014 31st January, 2015

Monash has partnerships with over 140 international universities. Each year our students travel to places including Austria, Botswana, Chile, Denmark, France, Hungary, Israel, Latvia, the Middle East, the UK and the US.

There are no additional tuition fees. While studying overseas you remain enrolled full time at Monash, which means you continue to pay your tuition fees to Monash and gain credit towards your degree. As an exchange student you effectively swap places with a student from one of our overseas partner institutions.

You will gain credit in your Monash degree for approved study abroad. Students are able to receive a maximum of 24 points per semester for studies overseas.

Exchange application procedure

For Faculty of Arts students (including double degree students) wishing to depart in Semester 1 or 2, 2015 please read the following flyer:
2015 Study Abroad_Exchange procedures information (Word)

Further information

  • Monash Abroad Information Sessions

    We recommend you attend a Monash Abroad information session if you plan to study overseas. Monash Abroad hold regular information sessions – these are a great way of finding out what’s involved with overseas study.

  • Eligibility for Arts Study Abroad/Exchange

    To be eligible for the Monash Arts exchange program you must be: actively enrolled in a Monash degree, have completed at least 48 points of your Monash degree, have a credit average in your results so far. Find out more about the Monash Abroad Program by attending one of our Information Sessions

  • Financing your trip, and living and travel costs

    Financing your trip Most students who participate in study abroad and exchange programs receive travel…

  • How to apply for the Monash Arts exchange program

    Find out about the application process and see the Step by Step guide to appliactions

Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

Summer Semester 2013: 6 January – 17 January, 2013

APG4017

If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

The trip will include visits to sites and projects on the following topics: flooding, drought, cyclones and soil erosin, disaster risk reduction, community adaptation to climate change, food security, livelihoods, microfinance, gender, disability and governance.

Further information

  • Jazz & Strings in New York

    Jazz in New York Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in…

  • Study Programs and Tours

    Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours…

  • Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

    Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

  • Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

    This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.

  • Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

    This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

  • War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

    Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.

Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

Winter Semester 2013: 1 July – 26 July, 2013

ATS2387 ATS3387

Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

You will also explore Istanbul and Troy and students will continue on to complete further study at the Monash Prato Centre in Italy. The Gallipoli tour component runs 1 July to 14 July then study at the Prato Centre runs from 15 July to 26 July.

You could also win a $3500 prize, see Monash Gallipoli Prize

Further information

  • Jazz & Strings in New York

    Jazz in New York Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in…

  • Study Programs and Tours

    Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours…

  • Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

    If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

  • Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

    This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.

  • Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

    This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

  • War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

    Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.

Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

Winter Semester 2013: 28 June– 15 July, 2013

ATS3284 ATS4286 APG4286

This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country. The unit will explore issues central to this period and the individuals who shaped their times.

Students will visit museums, synagogues, cemetries, destroyed ghettos and sites of mass murder such as Auschwitz – Birkenau. We will ask what remains of the past by looking at the ways in which the history of European Jews is being memorialised and renewed through efforts at reconstruction, immigration, and commemoration.

Further information

  • Jazz & Strings in New York

    Jazz in New York Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in…

  • Study Programs and Tours

    Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours…

  • Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

    If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

  • Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

    Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

  • Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

    This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

  • War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

    Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.

Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

Winter Semester 2013: 2 July – 16 July, 2013

ATS3314 /  APG4314

This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

Students will spend one week in Johannesburg and a second week in Kigali exlploring public debates on memory, testimony, trauma and justice. Places to be visited include the Apartheid Museam, Soweto, Constitution Hill, the Murambi genocide memorial and Rwandan survivor organisations.

Further information

  • Jazz & Strings in New York

    Jazz in New York Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in…

  • Study Programs and Tours

    Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours…

  • Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

    If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

  • Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

    Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

  • Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

    This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.

  • War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

    Please note that this is not offered in 2013. 2014 dates TBC.

War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

2014 dates TBC

ATS3287 ATS4287 APG4287

This two-week intensive unit begins with a workshop on conflict resolution at the Monash Prato Centre in Italy. Students travel for the remaining period to areas that have experienced conflict to observe first-hand the complexities of peace-building and reconciliation.

Further information

  • Jazz & Strings in New York

    Jazz in New York Offered by the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Jazz in…

  • Study Programs and Tours

    Monash Arts offers a number of study tours in Africa and Europe. International study tours…

  • Bangladesh Disaster Management Field Study

    If you are interested in natural hazards, their consequences and the responses that help recovery and preparedness for future hazards, then this unit is for you. The unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to examine Bangladesh’s applied disaster response and recovery approaches.

  • Study Tour of the Gallipoli Peninsula

    Join Australia’s leading Gallipoli Historian, Professor Bruce Scates, in a journey across this historic landscape, retrace the steps of the men who fought there, and watch history come to life in the gullies and the ridges.

  • Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust

    This intensive unit explores modern history of European Jews before and after the Holocaust. Students will travel to the major centres of interwar Jewish life in France, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and encounter the diverse heritage of Jewish life in each country.

  • Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda

    This intensive unit will bring together students from Monash campuses in Australia and South Africa to study the contemporary histories of post-genocide and post-conflict societies.

Explore a world of opportunity

Monash is well known for its international presence, with campuses in Malaysia and South Africa as well as a teaching centre in Prato, Italy. Monash Arts is committed to providing a wide variety of opportunities for students to study overseas as part of their degree.

Studying overseas is the ideal opportunity to experience different cultures, make new friends and explore the world without postponing your studies. Everyone’s experience of studying overseas is unique; however, there are a number of benefits that students share in common. These include greater independence and self-discipline, adaptability and intercultural understanding.

Types of programs

Prato Arts in Prato
Exchange Study at a partner institution
Intercampus Exchange Study at another Monash Campus
In Country Language In Country Language Programs
Internships Arts Internships
Study Programs and Tours Arts International Study Programs and Tours
Study Abroad Study at a non-partner institution

In-Country Languages

Offered by our School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, these programs provide students with with intensive language and cultural studies in-country.  Students earn credit points towards their Monash degree with studying and travelling abroad.

In-country programs run from 3 – 10 weeks and are typically run during the summer break between November and February.

Chinese In-Country Program

Great Wall of China and ShanghaiThe Monash Chinese In-country Program (CIP) is a Chinese language summer course held at our Chinese partner universities – Shanghai International Studies University(SISU) in Shanghai andthe University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing. 

The program allows students to complete one or two Monash University Chinese units within 3 or 6 weeks in the Chinese language and cultural environment. 

The program is run every year and starts in late November ending in mid December (3-week program) or early January (6-week program) the following year.

Italian In-Country Program

Monash Prato CampusIntensive studies in Italian are offered each semester (including Summer and Winter) at the Monash Prato Centre in Italy. Students can choose to complete one or a combination of units that explore Italian language and culture.

Students often combine intensive studies in Italian with other Arts short-term programs offered at the Prato Centre, and in doing so are able to complete 2 units in the space of 3 – 6 weeks.

Monash Abroad Information Sessions

We strongly recommend you attend a Monash Abroad information session if you plan to study overseas. These are a great way of finding out what’s involved with overseas study. You’ll learn about the application process, visa requirements and financing your trip.

See the Monash Abroad website for further information:
http://www.monash.edu/study-abroad/about/news-events/information-sessions/

 

 

Further information

  • Exchange

    Study at a Partner Institution Exchange to University of California, Japanese Universities or Pennsylvania State…

  • Eligibility for Arts Study Abroad/Exchange

    To be eligible for the Monash Arts exchange program you must be: actively enrolled in a Monash degree, have completed at least 48 points of your Monash degree, have a credit average in your results so far. Find out more about the Monash Abroad Program by attending one of our Information Sessions

  • Financing your trip, and living and travel costs

    Financing your trip Most students who participate in study abroad and exchange programs receive travel…

  • How to apply for the Monash Arts exchange program

    Find out about the application process and see the Step by Step guide to appliactions

Archaeology students in Prato

Archaeology studentsIn the Provence of Prato, some 15km from the Monash Prato Centre, is the excavation site of the Pietramarina.

The site is an Etruscan walled settlement dated from about the 7th century BCE to the Late Republican, Early Imperial Roman period (1st Century BCE – 1st Century CE).

It was restructured and probably walled around the 3rd century BCE.

On this year’s trip, students carried out the excavation of the South-West sector of the public square in front of the walls, outside of the gate.

Archaeology studentsThe process of unearthing the stone floor of the square will continue next year with the new batch of students.

Further information

Gallipoli Study Tour, what do the participants say?

anzac-wreck“A remarkable experience, both on an educational and personal level. I will never forget Gallipoli.”

Catherine Tiernan, History and Theatre major, Bachelor of Arts

 

“Undertaking an international study program was one of the best decisions I could have made in the course of my University education.

I got to visit and interact with a site that figures so highly in the national consciencness, as Gallipoli does.

Coupled with the interaction with a distinctive culture it allowed me to grow both academically and personally. I would recommend international study to any current and future students.” 

Alex Dunn, History and Politics major, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce

 

Students at Lone Pine memorial“The Monash Gallipoli trip was an amazing experience that moved teaching from the class room to the cliffs or Anzac. It’s a unique and inspiring experience to be a part of.” 

Hailey Berkhout, Australian studies and History major, Bachelor of Arts

 

“I’ve spent over half of my Bachelor of Arts (Global) degree overseas with an exchange to the United States, the Gallipoli Program and Arts in Prato, and an intercampus exchange to Malaysia.

To my mind there is no greater vindication of Monash’s motto to ‘Go Boldly’ than to participate in these sorts of unparalleled opportunities.” 

Thomas Woodroofe, Bachelor of Arts (Global), International Studies and Politics majors\

 

Further information

How to Apply for Monash Arts Intercampus Exchange

Step 1: Determine when and where you will study overseas

Which semester(s) do you want to spend overseas? Where do you want to go? What units are you going to study? You will need to investigate what other universities are offering to find the best overseas study program for you.

Where to start? Monash Intercampus Exchange Information

Make sure you also attend a Monash Abroad information session.

Step 2: Download application form

You can either visit Monash Abroad to collect an application form in person, or you can download one online.

For details and the application form visit: Intercampus Exchange Application Information

Step 3: Seek course advice

You are advised to meet with an Arts Course Adviser to discuss your overseas study plan.

We will check your course progression and you can discuss with us your proposed overseas unit selection. Please ensure you have researched the types of program and the units you would like to study overseas prior to making an appointment.

For appointment details visit: Monash Arts Course Advice

Step 4: Gain unit approval

Once you have decided on where you are going and discussed your course progression, you must then seek approval for the units you propose to study aboard.

An academic staff member from the School/Centre or Area of Study you think the unit should count towards will assess your application and approve any appropriate units.

You must seek approval for each unit you are proposing to study abroad before you submit your application to the Faculty of Arts.

Step 5: Lodge form with Arts Student Services

Next you are required to lodge your approved application to the Arts Student Services office on your home campus for final faculty approval.

Your application will be assessed by the External Studies Officer for the Faculty of Arts.

If you are enrolled into a double degree program you must seek approval from both faculties.

For locations visit: Contact Arts Student Services

Step 6: Wait for email notification from Arts

If your application is approved by the Faculty of Arts, you will be advised via your Monash student email that you are able to collect your approved application form and a formal letter of approval from the Faculty of Arts.

Step 7: Submit application to Monash Abroad

Finally you must submit your completed application form (financial plan, referees etc.) and formal letter of approval to Monash Abroad for further processing by the appropriate deadline.

For locations visit: Monash Abroad Contact Information

Further information

  • Intercampus Exchange

    Exchange period Submit application to Faculty of Arts Submit application to Monash Abroad Semester 1,…

  • Monash Abroad Information Sessions

    We recommend you attend a Monash Abroad information session if you plan to study overseas. Monash Abroad hold regular information sessions – these are a great way of finding out what’s involved with overseas study.

  • Eligibility for Arts Study Abroad/Exchange

    To be eligible for the Monash Arts exchange program you must be: actively enrolled in a Monash degree, have completed at least 48 points of your Monash degree, have a credit average in your results so far. Find out more about the Monash Abroad Program by attending one of our Information Sessions

  • Financing your trip, and living and travel costs

    Financing your trip Most students who participate in study abroad and exchange programs receive travel…