Explore ideas, cultures and places with a wide range of Arts undergraduate subject and course choices including double degrees.
Reach your full potential and be inspired by brilliant minds with Arts graduate studies. We offer a suite of degrees spanning master's by coursework, master's by research or PhDs (both traditional and practice-based). Find out more about our Graduate research and Graduate coursework.
We give you a range of double degree options with our Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Global Studies and Bachelor of Music. You can also complete a Bachelor of Arts / Master's double degree in just four years.
Thinking about coming to Australia as part of your degree or to complete a full degree here? Monash Arts offers a great range of subjects and study options in Australia, and international credit options too.
Get hands-on experience and study credit. You can choose from a range of internship opportunities from our industry partnerships around the world, and scholarships and funding options are also available.
Broaden your mind with new ideas, new people, and new cultures. With over 100 university partnerships worldwide, a Centre in Prato, Italy, and a campus in Malaysia, you're spoilt for choice with programs from just two weeks to two semesters.
Our research addresses the importance of local and global issues, advancing our understanding of the world. In partnership with government, industry, not-for-profit organisations and other universities, we work to improve lives and make a profound impact.
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at Monash University is delighted to welcome Professor Margaret Barrett as Professor from July 2020. The announcement comes following the appointment of soprano, composer and educator Professor Deborah Cheetham AO as Professor of Practice, as well as staff members to the Classical department, Aura Go (piano), Dr Nicole Canham (clarinet), Dr Louise Devenish (percussion) and Dr Anna McMichael (violin).
Monash Arts grad Nikos Gkolfinopoulos is using the skills gained from his Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management to make a global impact at the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.
In a world where consumers are more connected, tech-savvy and discerning than ever before, it’s imperative that communications professionals elevate their message beyond pretty words and images. Shrishti Dokwal, first-year Master of Strategic Communications Management student, reveals why she’s chosen to jump into the fast-paced world of communications, and how her studies are preparing her for a dynamic and diverse career in a fascinating industry.
Associate Professor Simone Murray has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. This exceptionally prestigious award is the highest honour for achievement in the humanities in Australia. The culmination of a year-long nomination process overseen by existing members of the Academy and governed by a two-stage virtual and in-person ballot, the award denotes that each incoming Fellow is held in the highest esteem by Australia’s academic elite.