Monash in Indonesia
Monash University will be Indonesia’s first international, foreign owned University with an in-country campus.
Operating with the full support of both the Indonesian and Australian governments, Monash’s Indonesian campus will be a key regional partner in creating exciting research collaborations and partnerships with the Indonesian academic community, advanced professional development for graduates and commercial opportunities for industry.
A postgraduate campus, Monash Indonesia offers Master and PhD degrees, as well as executive programs and micro-credentials in areas of high demand and a relevant sustainable future focus, including: Business Innovation, Digital Technology and Data Science, Public Policy and Urban Design.
Expanding our global network
The campus location in Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) City in South west Jakarta, is part of a burgeoning, modern and sustainable city centre focused on environmentally conscious and lifestyle-connected communities for work, education and recreation.
Indonesia is a key partner for Australia and the University, this campus strengthens existing ties between the two nations. With a campus in greater Jakarta, the economic heart of the region, Monash will make even stronger and deeper connections across our dynamic network of teaching locations in Malaysia, Suzhou and Mumbai.
Establishing an Indonesian campus builds on a long and proud relationship, where Monash has graduated more Indonesian citizens than any other university outside Indonesia. Our alumni network is highly engaged through the foundational work of our Monash Indonesia Representative Office (MIRO) over many years. The well-established Monash Herb Faith Indonesian Engagement Centre for Monash researchers engaging with Indonesia, provides a platform for developing strong relationships and collaborations.
Just as we strive to change the world for good through our academic endeavours, we seek to make a strong and distinctive contribution to Indonesia’s social, economic and technological development. Monash has worked with local Indonesian communities on key partnerships and significant research, including Revitalising Informal Settlements and their Environments (RISE) program and the World Mosquito Program.
A state-of-the-art, green campus
The Monash Indonesia campus will be a state-of-the-art facility, setting a new benchmark for high quality postgraduate facilities. Architecturally designed, the brand new campus in Green Office Park 9 will facilitate flexible learning and collaboration, with modern break-out spaces and state of the art IT and interactive research and learning lounges for staff and students.
MI will house the best specialist campus library in Indonesia, digitally advanced, interactive and with unprecedented online access to an enormous catalogue of materials.
BSD, only 30km from central Jakarta is a renowned hub connected to industry and in close proximity to other innovative technology companies and Indonesian Universities. Green Office Park and the BSD Precinct, are highly environmentally sustainable and create a real precinct of work, recreation and lifestyle around the campus.
Research Intensive, Industry Focused
Monash’s ground breaking discoveries have earned us a national and international reputation for the quality of our research. We have the research capability, international presence, influential networks and critical infrastructure to lead global communities towards a more resilient, sustainable and prosperous future.
Monash Indonesia will be a research intensive and industry engaged institution that, through its research agenda will generate new knowledge that positively impacts Indonesia’s social, technological and economic development.
Monash Indonesia Representative Office
The Monash Indonesia Representative Office is a platform for whole of Monash University collaboration with Indonesia, supporting alumni, government and industry engagement, education and research.