Our partners and projects

We build partnerships with many organisations around the world. These partnerships include research collaborations, student and staff exchanges and joint education programs.

Research collaborations

IITB-Monash research academy

Monash and the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay (IITB) have formed a research academy. The academy allows students to create research projects and receive a PhD degree from both the University and IIT Bombay.

New Horizons

The New Horizons facility is a joint venture of the University and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). It will focus on future manufacturing research and teaching.

Australian Synchrotron

The Australian Synchrotron opened in 2007. It is a collaboration between State and Federal governments, research organisations and Australian universities including Monash.

More on Research at Monash

Key university partnerships

Monash University cooperates with a small core of key partners across research, education and administration. This group includes:

Monash also has close connections with universities that include:

Volunteering

We work with community and non-government organisations to create volunteer programs for our students.

Exchange partner universities

With more than 100 exchange partner universities in 26 different countries, there are many ways you can spend one or two semesters overseas as part of your degree.

See the exchange webpage for more information about where you can go on exchange.

Education partners

You could study a Monash course in your country with one of our international partners in Hong Kong, Singapore and the USA.