SEU-Monash Joint PhD Program, China
Transportation engineering is one of the flagship engineering disciplines for both Monash University and the Southeast University (SEU). Through the SEU-Monash Joint PhD Program, you can obtain a Monash PhD, all while based primarily in China’s Jiangsu province.
About the Joint PhD Program
The Joint PhD Program typically takes between three and four years of full-time study to complete. The bulk of these studies are undertaken at the SEU-Monash campus in Suzhou, China. Students also receive the benefit of an ‘Australian experience’, with one year of the program offered at Monash University’s Clayton campus (in Melbourne, Australia).
Students will be co-supervised by supervisors from the two universities throughout their course. Those students who successfully complete their studies in the dual PhD program will graduate with both a Monash and an SEU PhD degree.
Below, we’ve provided some general information about the Joint PhD Program. For detailed information on the course, including credits and course outlines please refer to the Joint PhD program (PDF, 171KB)