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.
The Berwick campus offers a modern learning environment, greater access to academic staff and has strong ties to the local community.
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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 campus is easily accessed by public transport. It is conveniently located next to Caulfield train station, with many services between the city and Frankston, Dandenong and Pakenham. There is also a tram that runs to the famous beachside area of St Kilda.
The main areas of study offered at Caulfield are Business and Economics, Art and Design, and Information Technology.
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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 suburb of Clayton is 20km south-east of Melbourne. It is a large residential community, and well known for the highest number of science and technology institutions in Victoria.
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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.
Three kilometres north of Melbourne's city centre, the campus is close to vibrant multicultural Sydney Road and Lygon Street. There are many shops, banks, supermarkets, medical centres and cafes nearby, and the campus is easily accessible by train and tram.
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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 beaches, national parks, wineries and restaurants.
The Peninsula campus is small and relaxed. Students can live by the beach, but also can still travel to Melbourne's city centre easily via public transport.
The major areas of study offered at Peninsula campus are nursing, nursing and midwifery, paramedics, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, early childhood and primary education, and business.