Founded in Melbourne in 1958, Monash University is in the top 100 universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education. Renowned for its courses in health science, business and economics, engineering, and chemistry, it is a prestigious and international university.
Monash University has seven campuses in Australia and several others spread out across the world, from Italy to Malysia to South Africa. It has 70 000 students of which 26 000 – almost a third – are internationals. It’s a prestigious university boasting many awards : the Times Education World University Rankings (2016-2017) awarded it 74th place in its general ranking and 21st in the most international universities in the world.
Monash University is part of the Group of Eight, which encompasses the most prestigious australian universities. These universities are renowned for producing students who get hired faster, and on higher salaries than average. These students also have higher chances than their peers to be accepted on to very competitive masters and doctorate programs.
Monash Universitys campus rivals those of american universities. Just in terms of sports clubs, the university has over 50 ! The sporting infrastructure is therefore extensive : american football and soccer fields, cricket grounds, hockey rings etc… Not to mention the dozens of cultural, artistic, academic or religious societies. Monash University is a hive of enriching student activity.
As mentioned above, Monash is very highly ranked : best australian university in engineering and technology (Times Higher Education 2016-2017) ; as well as in chemistry (Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2015) ; 41st in the world for medicine and health studies (Times Higher Education, 2016-2017) ; and 63rd in the world for business and economics (Times Higher Education, 2016-2017).
In addition to these awards, Monash is highly sought after for its arts programmes.
Monash University offers bachelors, masters and doctorates, but also foundation year programmes in various areas : accounting, mathematics, biology, chemistry, economics, international relations, computer science, music and physics. The foundation year programmes also include intensive english lessons to allow students to reach the required english proficiency for a bachelors programme.
To join Monash University on a bachelor programme, a student must have a baccalaureat with a minimum of 12/20 average, as well as a minimum of 6.5 IELTS score.
For foundation year programmes, the required scores are 5.5 on the IELTS or 471 on the TOEFL paper test.
Melbourne is the cultural capital of Australia, and is consistently in the top 10 best cities in the world. It’s the perfect place to study and meet people from the whole world.
Monash University have five campuses in the Melbourne region. They all feature student residences. These are integrated into the campus and offer numerous activities to bond with fellow students. Each room has a big bed, a desk, a chair and a chest of drawers. In certain residences, they are also equipped with a kitchenette. The residences also offer studios and certain campuses also allow students to share a house of two to five rooms.
Monash University is without a doubt the perfect destination for students in search of a prestigious university in a fun and laid back city. For more information about this shcool, get in touch with a Study Experience team member.