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  • Protecting your identity – cyber security

    23 April 2017

    For some really important tips and advice for cyber security and protecting your identity, check out our security advice and IT security and virus information.

  • Apply now for European entrepreneurship summer school scholarship

    21 April 2017

    Join a growing global movement of climate innovators and entrepreneurs at The Journey Summer School. This Climate-KIC (Knowledge Innovation Community) program offers you a combination of climate change knowledge and hands-on business experience.

    You’ll get the tools you need to help our environment. And gear up for the world of climate entrepreneurship.

    • Apply now.
    • postgraduate students from all disciplines encouraged to apply (particularly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander postgraduates)
    • Applications close Friday 28 April.

    This year Victorian participants of The Journey will either go to Cyprus and Bulgaria or Hungary and Bulgaria from Saturday 1 July – Saturday 22 July. Travel costs and the fee to attend The Journey will be paid for by the Victorian Government.

  • Sign-up to Google+ and find a community

    17 April 2017

    Google+ adds social networking to your other Google services.

    Browse communities to talk about the stuff you’re into with people who love it too. Explore your interests from food to fitness, movies to fashion. Communities bring people together around passions. Exchange news and ideas and make new connections.

    This is an opt-in service, find out how to sign-up.

  • Are you rent smart? Top five rental problems

    17 April 2017

    Here are the top five rental problems experienced by students …do these relate to you?

    1. Getting your bond back

    2. Getting repairs done

    3. Notice to vacate

    4. Breaking your lease

    5. Claiming compensation

    The Tenants Union of Victoria offers advice on how to deal with the top five problems. You can also visit the Off-campus options or Rent Smart websites for more help with rights and responsibilities and living off campus.

  • Changes to parking and access at Clayton from Tuesday 11 April

    11 April 2017

    Due to major construction works, there will be some changes to parking and access arrangements at Clayton campus.

    Drivers now need to enter the ground floor level of the South East 4 (SE4) car park at 60 Scenic Boulevard from the Blackburn Road (eastern) side of the car park, rather than from the road to the west.

    We’re currently testing the new digital directional signage system so for now please ignore the numbers you see on screens across campus.

  • New Clayton bus loop locations from Friday 7 April

    6 April 2017

    At Clayton campus, pick-up and drop-off locations for inter-campus shuttles to Caulfield, Peninsula and Berwick campuses, as well as the 601, 900, 630, 737 and 631 services, will relocate to alternative bays within the new Monash Transport Interchange.

    These changes will mean safer and smoother operations during the final stages of construction around the Monash Transport Interchange and Learning and Teaching Building.

  • EndNote drop-ins available – perfect for postgraduate research

    28 March 2017

    Are you using EndNote to manage your research references? Do you need some tips on how to best use it or install it? Check out our special EndNote drop-in sessions:

    • every Thursday
    • 11am
    • Matheson Library, 40 Exhibition Walk, Clayton campus

    Learning more about EndNote software will be a huge help to your research.

  • Search through thousands of Monash activities on Student Futures

    27 March 2017

    Use Student Futures to find and keep track of your participation in:

    • volunteering
    • mentoring
    • ambassadorships
    • sports
    • clubs and societies
    • international opportunities
    • leadership.

    You can also use Student Futures to learn more about employability skills, pathways of recent graduates and other free Monash career resources.

  • Prepare for job applications and interviews with Student Futures

    27 March 2017

    Your Monash degree tells employers you have the right technical skills. Tell them you have the right employability skills, too. With Student Futures.

    Use Student Futures to keep track of your experiences and skill development in your course, Monash activities and extra-curricular activities. Then, when you apply for a job or go for a job interview, you can confidently and clearly tell an employer why you stand out.

    You can also use Student Futures to view video profiles of recent graduates and link to other free Monash career resources.

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