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Monash University

Monash University

Berwick is Melbourne's fast-growing south-east residential area. It is located 40km south-east of Melbourne...


Berwick is Melbourne's fast-growing south-east residential area. It is located 40km south-east of Melbourne, with many shops, cafes and business services. It is also the gateway to the famous natural attractions such as the Dandenong Ranges and Phillip Island.


Caulfield is a popular suburban area nine kilometres from Melbourne. It has plenty of shops, cafes and services, and is also well known for the Caulfield Racecourse where horseraces are held regularly.


The Clayton campus is Monash University's biggest campus. It offers a huge selection of courses across eight different faculties, and has excellent student services and facilities.


The Parkville campus is home to Monash University's Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. It is located along the prestigious Parkville strip, a powerhouse of biomedical knowledge and research in Melbourne.


The Peninsula campus is Monash University's third largest campus, located 40km south of Melbourne. Along the Mornington Peninsula and close to Port Phillip Bay, the campus is set amongst amazing surf beaches, national parks, wineries and restaurants.

Studying at uni offers a unique opportunity to try out new things and explore what most interests you. The best way to share these experiences is by joining a club and participating in your local student association.

All Monash campuses have student-run clubs that organise fun activities such as trips and social events. There are clubs for everybody, from anime and chess fanatics to lovers of performing arts and the outdoors, medieval enthusiasts and volunteer groups.

Whether you want to meet people who share the same hobbies, who like the same music, or if you just want somebody to hang out with, clubs and societies are vital parts of uni life. And if you can't find a club that you like, we can help you start a new one.

Monash student associations

Just as the name suggests, student associations represent students. The associations are made up of representatives elected by students and whose role is to liaise with the university to provide services, facilities and amenities around campus.

Student associations give you the chance to influence campus life. There are heaps of ways you can get involved in your student association, such as writing for the student newspaper, joining a special interest club, and organising events like orientation week.

Participating is not only the key to a great uni experience, it will also help you develop many important life skills such as leadership and working with a team.


We offer a range of student services to make sure you get the most out of your time at Monash, and we encourage you to take advantage of them.


Employment and career developmentThis is an external link

Got a question about your career? Make an appointment with one of our friendly career education consultants. You can also log in to the Career Gateway for news about available jobs.

Financial assistanceThis is an external link

Many people need budgeting support while studying. If you're having financial challenges, or just want to manage your money better, you can talk to a student adviser on your campus. An adviser will provide you with advice, support and options.

Health servicesThis is an external link

Medical clinics are located at the Caulfield, Clayton and Peninsula campuses. A team of qualified professional health-care providers staff the University Health Service and are available to provide a wide range of health care including travel advice and vaccinations, mental health, referrals, minor surgery, skin checks and pathology. Dental and counselling services are also available for most students.


Social Justice UnitThis is an external link

Monash is passionate about fairness and social equity, and seeks to improve the human condition by advancing knowledge and fostering creativity. The Social Justice Unit showcases the University's commitment to diversity by:

  • providing support and resources for students with disability
  • managing the Ally Network that promotes Monash as a safe space for students and staff who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer (LGBTIQ)
  • organising events to promote inclusiveness in the Monash community.

SpiritualityThis is an external link

Monash University Chaplaincy provides pastoral and spiritual care to all members of the University community, of all faiths and none. Each campus has at least one resident chaplain who is available to both students and staff.

Study skillsThis is an external link

All Monash students have access to online resources to improve study habits. Libraries also host events throughout the year to improve research and learning skills.

Technology servicesThis is an external link

eSolutions is the central Information Communications and Technology group at Monash University. Whether you want information about the portal or you're just having trouble printing, the eSolutions service desk is the first point of contact.



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