These co-curricular workshops and programs are designed to assist you in managing your learning and work.
They provide you with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours required to develop and manage your studies and career path more effectively.
Our co-curricular seminars and workshops engage participants in a combination of individual, small and large group exercises. They combine a mindset for success with practical tools for day-to-day application to your individual situation.
All seminars and workshops are delivered by experienced experts and consultants from Organisations That Matter and other industry professionals. In addition, we offer webinars, as a flexible option.
Build the skills that give you an employability edge. Monash University's Student Futures helps you identify and demonstrate key employability skills. You can add our Monash Business School co-curricular activities to build up your profile under the Extra-curricular option. It will also support you in closing the gap in the competitive graduate job market by enabling you to demonstrate your work-ready skills.
These free seminars, workshops and webinars are available to our current graduate students only. You can register for these programs through our Monash Business School Student booking system.
You can further enhance your personal development by undertaking a range of mindfulness, mental health and wellbeing programs, including Mindfulness for Academic Success (MAS), Changing Minds, and Study Skills Program (formerly SMART).
Mindfulness for academic success (MAS)
Mindfulness is being fully present and engaged in each moment of our lives. It is something that we can all learn how to do and research shows that it improves wellbeing and academic performance.
This innovative program consists of 60-minute sessions over five weeks. You will learn to use mindfulness to:
- reduce stress and anxiety
- improve focus
- stop procrastinating
- communicate more effectively
- study more efficiently (and with more enjoyment).
Each session builds on the one before, so you must commit to all five sessions. More details about MAS and dates
Lunch-time meditation sessions are also available.