Education and training
To actively support the next generation of migration researchers, MMIC offers high-quality professional development and scholarly opportunities. Postgraduates and early career researchers (ECRs) are central to the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre. As emerging migration scholars in their own right, postgraduate and ECRs contribute to innovative research, applied projects, and community engagement.
The MMIC Next Generation Network
The MMIC Next Generation Network is a platform for students and ECRs to:
- exchange knowledge, research findings, and experiences
- develop key concepts, theories, and methodologies
- troubleshoot research problems and issues
- seek feedback opportunities
- foster collaboration on shared projects, workshops and conferences
- access opportunities for research training and professional development
- connect with postgraduates and ECRs in other local and international universities
The MMIC PhD Program
The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre PhD program sits within the Social & Political Sciences (SPS) Graduate Research Program. This graduate program encompasses a range of disciplines including Anthropology, Criminology, Human Geography, Sociology, Politics and International Relations. Find out more here.
The MMIC Masters by Coursework
The Master of Public Policy, Master of International Relations and the Master of International Development Practice all provide opportunities to study migration, diversity and inclusion, embedded within a broader Masters program. In addition, they provide a pathway to completing a PhD. Find out more here.
The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre sits within the Faculty of Arts at Monash University. The Faculty offers over 100 degree options with flexible, customisable courses, including Bachelor degrees in Arts, Criminology, Global Studies, Media Communication, Music, and Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
Within most of these degrees you can take units on migration, diversity and inclusion. Find out more here.