Why choose Monash University?
The Times Higher Education World University rankings this year once again placed Monash in the top one per cent of world universities – 73rd in the world.
How is it that a university founded in 1958 has grown to be a global university (and Australia’s largest), with a presence on four continents, a member of the prestigious Group of Eight and the university of choice for more than 70,000 students?
The answer is Monash’s absolute commitment to its core values of excellence, internationalism, inclusivity and innovation.
Monash has a long-held reputation for welcoming international students and providing them with memorable study experiences. As of August 2015 the Economist Intelligence Unit has now ranked Melbourne, where Monash has four of its campuses, the world’s ‘most liveable city’ for five years running.
International Entry Requirements
Most of our undergraduate students enter via direct entry. That means you will need to have completed equivalent Year 12 in Australia, or have an equivalent qualification from overseas. You can check if your school and results – whether Australian or international – will qualify you for a place at Monash University by using our study credit and admissions eligibility search. You also need to meet all the entry requirements including English proficiency requirements.
University’s Campuses in Australia
A small, community-focused campus, Peninsula is strategically located next to some of Victoria’s major teaching hospitals. Choose from select courses in health sciences, business and education. Outside the classroom, studying at Peninsula, allows easy access to Mornington Peninsula beaches, national parks and great food.
Parkville, surrounded by parks, it’s a short tram ride from central Melbourne, it is our specialist pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences campus, is in the heart of Australia’s top health and biomedical precinct. Our neighbours include major hospitals, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, the Howard Florey Institute, CSL Limited, the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and CSIRO’s Division of Health Sciences.
271 Collins Street is the new facility for Bachelor of International Business students. This is a specially-designed facility in the heart of Melbourne’s central business district which has been developed to enhance your learning experience with state-of-the-art teaching facilities, independent study areas and spaces conducive to collaborative or independent learning.
Caulfield, our second-largest campus, is a hive of collaboration and creativity for fine arts, design and architecture, business and journalism. Cafes, sporting facilities and a new library surround the newly developed Campus Green and Sound Shell, a focal point for student gatherings. Next to the campus you’ll find a large supermarket and a variety of restaurants. Caulfield train station, a public transport hub, is just metres away taking you to the city in less than 20 minutes.
Designed to give you everything you need all in one place, Clayton is our largest campus with more than 24,000 students. Shops, banks, cafes, restaurants, parks, libraries and leisure facilities are all on campus so you can balance your daily tasks with study time. Clayton is also home to the CAVE2TM and the Monash Wind Tunnel. It is situated at the heart of the Australian Manufacturing and Materials Precinct and is next to the Australian Synchrotron – facilities critical to the various graduate studies you might undertake at Monash.
Articulation with TMC Academy
Your Academic Journey:
- Study Higher Diploma with TMC Academy in Singapore.
- Progress with advanced standings to complete your Degree Studies with our university partners.
|Name of TMC Programme||Advanced Standing Obtained||Name of University||Country||Name of Programme||Remarks|
|Higher Diploma in Mass Communication||48 Credits||Monash University||Australia||Bachelor of Arts||Complete the degree in 2 years.|