The World Mosquito Program (WMP) of Monash University, and its Indonesian partners the Tahija Foundation and Universitas Gadjah Mada have announced the first results of a cluster randomised controlled trial of its Wolbachia method.
Course application dates open at the beginning of 2021. More information will be provided about enrolments closer to this time.
What programs will be offered at the Monash campus in Indonesia?View
Monash will progressively roll out an array of Masters and PhD programs in Indonesia, as well as tailored executive education courses and micro-credentials.
These will be in the areas of:
data science and digital technology,
business innovation, creative industry and entrepreneurship
Monash will not be offering undergraduate degrees in Indonesia, but will be facilitating flows of undergraduate students to other Monash campuses.
Will Monash have an Indonesian University partner? Is it 100% wholly owned?View
As a fully owned campus by Monash University, Monash University Indonesia will be building a network of strong collaborative research and education partnerships with leading public and private universities, including several well-known Islamic universities in Indonesia.
Where will academics at the Indonesia campus come from?View
Monash University will be recruiting outstanding junior and senior academics from Indonesia, Australia and around the world to create a powerful scholarly community in its areas of academic focus.
Monash has a campus in Malaysia with more than 8,000 students. Monash University is held in high regard in Malaysia – as the first foreign university invited to set up in Malaysia. This year we are celebrating 21 years of operations there. Monash has also established very successful partnered operations in Suzhou, China, and Mumbai, India.
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