Conference/ Workshop Participation: Conference/workshop attendance is approved by a faculty/school and conducted at a venue overseas. Approved participation may imply the provision of credit toward a course.
DFAT: Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
DFA (South Africa): Department of Foreign Affairs (Republic of South Africa)
Enrolled Student: Persons who are enrolled at Monash University for any course of the university or to pursue any subject or unit of the course for such a degree or diploma or who are between enrolments. The status of student is continuous until the person qualifies or fails to re-enrol or until the enrolment is discontinued.
Faculty Organised Program: A program of international travel for Monash students organised by a faculty.
Home Campus: For management of resources across the campuses, except if a student is admitted as an external student, the student is admitted to a course offered on a particular campus, which is referred to as the student's home campus.
Intercampus exchange: Participation in the inter-campus exchange program, when students undertake one or two semesters of full time study at a Monash campus which is located off shore from their home campus.
International Study Tours and Field Trips: Participation in short-term overseas activities which provide credit toward a Monash University degree.
MFA (Malaysia): Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Malaysia)
Non-Award Course: An academic course of study of varying length, normally not more than the equivalent of one semester full-time (eg faculty certificates). Non-award courses are normally designed to meet the needs of external clients, including the profession, industry and the community. The course may include units that are normally taken as part of award courses, and may articulate into award programs.
Overseas Practical/Clinical/Work Placements: Placements organised by individual faculties/schools in an overseas organisation to gain work or practical experience that provides credit towards a Monash University degree or fulfils a non-academic requirement of a Monash University degree.
Overseas Research Project: Research at an overseas location which is approved by a specific faculty/school and which provides credit towards the degree being undertaken by the student.
Overseas study: International travel that is part of a Monash course of study that includes credit, assessment, or participation in conferences or academic competitions.
Student Exchange: Program whereby a student participates in a formal exchange program arranged between Monash University and a non-Australian overseas higher education provider. The student pays fees to the home institution not to the host institution.
Study Abroad: An approved program of study at a host overseas higher education institution that counts as credit towards a course enrolled in with the home higher education provider. These students are not covered by an agreement between institutions and will typically pay fees set by the overseas institution while studying overseas.
Studying at a Monash international teaching location: Participation in a semester/ unit organised by a University faculty at a Monash teaching location such as the Prato Centre. See also Intercampus Exchange.