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Monash University was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1958.

We are a youthful organisation, enthusiastic, optimistic and accessible. We believe quality education and research can change the world for the better.

Courses

We offer a large number of courses across numerous disciplines.

At Monash you can choose from many study options including double degrees, part-time study, off-campus learning and alternative pathways.

Research

Our researchers make highly significant contributions that bring real and positive change to the lives of people all over the world.

Student enrolments

Total student enrolments: 65,006
(Based on 2014 full-year data)

Gender
Female36,302
Male28,704

 

Residency Status
Domestic41,228
International23,778

 

Attendance Mode
On-campus55,940
Off-campus4,677
Multi-modal4,389

 

Course Type
Higher degree research4,660
Postgraduate coursework13,910
Undergraduate45,557
Non-award879

 

Enrolments by Campus
Berwick1,873
Caulfield16,084
Clayton31,599
Parkville6,789
Peninsula1,816
South Africa4,125
Malaysia6,757

Note: The Gippsland campus became part of Federation University Australia on 1 January 2014. Monash ceased making offers to new students, and has made arrangements with Federation University for teaching its continuing students.

 

Enrolments by faculty*
Art, Design and Architecture1,775
Arts9,030
Business and Economics16,429
Education5,575
Engineering6,277
Information Technology3,045
Law3,654
Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences11,513
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences2,008
Science5,644
Other56

* The managing faculty is the faculty responsible for managing individual courses. A student enrols through one particular faculty, but multiple teaching faculties may share the load.

Staff

Total number of staff (and full-time equivalent): 15,695 (8383)#

#Malaysia, 765 (728 FTE) and South Africa, 234 (231 FTE).

Gender
Female8,462 (4,182)
Male6,234 (3,242)

 

Classification
Academic6,961 (3,063)
General7,735 (4,361)

Source

University Planning and Statistics