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We believe great research, properly applied can lead to lasting and positive change in people’s lives. Our research focus has led to hundreds of discoveries and breakthroughs. Explore Research.
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Monash people are pioneering research, delivering outcomes and leading new initiatives that challenge the status quo. Visit Lens to read their stories.
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Jill Gallagher AO will present this year's Reconciliation Lecture on achieving Treaty in Victoria. Wednesday 13 June, Melbourne Town Hall.
We welcome our inaugural Pro-Vice Chancellor (Indigenous).
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners and Elders – both past and present – of the lands and waters on which our Australian campuses operate.
We support Indigenous students who are both applying to and currently studying at the University.
We value diversity and promote equality in our workforce. Find out how you can make Monash University your next career move.
If you missed out on your preferred course you can apply for entry via a range of pathway options.
We are available to visit your school to talk about the study and employment opportunities at Monash.
Aunty Diane Singh is our elder in residence and lives at our Clayton campus.
The Monash Indigenous Studies Centre (MISC) offers students the opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of Australian Indigenous cultures, traditions and histories. Find out more about what we have to offer, including a range of new courses.
Find out more about the support services we provide to Indigenous students and how you can connect with our student education and careers team.