Australian Journey is a series of videos co-created by Monash Faculty of Arts and the National Museum of Australia, which examine 12 vignettes as a way of introducing its audience to various aspects of Australian history and the people and cultures that make Australia what it is today.
Graduate employers are on the lookout for candidates with intercultural skills and experience. This online module is designed to help you explore your perceptions of culture and identity, and to develop your intercultural skills in preparation for entering today’s global workforce.
The Global Leadership Academy (GLA) has been co-created with colleagues from Penn State University. The curriculum takes a linear, experiential approach in developing intercultural competence and global leadership skills. Watch the video here. For Study Abroad students, the GLA is offered as part of the Study Abroad Honours in Australia package.
As a Monash student, you're part of a globalised community. Your student experience will be shaped by a diverse range of people. How can you be effective in this multicultural environment? This module, which is part of the Leap into Leadership Online (LiLO) suite; is designed to help you learn about the key elements of becoming a global citizen and consider how culture can impact people's thoughts and views on the world.
Becoming a global citizen is a lifelong process. This module is designed to help you make the most of any overseas experience, including study abroad, internships, work placements and volunteering. It will help you to revisit your own values and perceptions, unpack your overseas experience, and build on your personal story to develop your global profile.
Monash has a number of workshops and online programs to help you develop your intercultural competence and communication skills. You can also get valuable advice from senior international students from first arrival in Australia through your years of study.