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Oxford Scholarship win for Monash University Medicine graduate

A Monash University medical graduate is one of only two Australian students to win a major scholarship to study at the University of Oxford, in what is the first time the award has been offered.

Medicine & health

Monash & HP Alum driving megatrends

The global “megatrends” of mobility, blended reality, and 3D printing are driving future technology development, but what are the skill-sets required for success in this age of digital disruption?

Engineering & technology
GPS

Dr Sharman Stone new patron of Monash University Gender, Peace and Security Centre

The international profile of Monash University’s Gender, Peace and Security (GPS) Centre is set for a further boost following the appointment of inaugural Patron, Australia’s advocate for Women and Girls, Dr Sharman Stone today.

Arts & culture
Stage

Outstanding individuals awarded Monash University’s highest honour

Eminent leaders across industry, the environment and the community have been recognised with Honorary Doctorates in separate graduation ceremonies at Monash University.

Alumni news
Waleed Aly

Broadcaster, Waleed Aly, receives PhD from Monash University

Monash University academic, writer, lawyer, and broadcaster, Waleed Aly, has received his PhD at a graduation ceremony at Monash.

Alumni news
Brad Sewell receives his MBA

Kicking goals in the community: Hawks player Brad Sewell receives MBA from Monash University

On Tuesday 16 May 2017 dual Hawks premiership player, Brad Sewell received his MBA at a graduation ceremony at Monash University.

University news
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Monash University celebrates graduation with two weeks of high profile speakers

Australia’s biggest university kicks off two weeks of graduation ceremonies, celebrating student success. More than 5,000 students and 20,000 visitors are expected on the University’s Clayton campus.

Alumni news
Dr Ben Wellings

As Brexit begins, Australia mustn’t get caught up in Britain’s post-imperial fantasies

After nine months of uncertainty the moment has finally arrived: the British government will today officially serve notice that it will withdraw from the European Union.

Politics