COVID-19 updates

COVID-19 updates

We understand many in the Monash community will be concerned about COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). We're committed to adapting our teaching and learning, campus experiences and operations to ensure the health and safety of our community. We will keep the Monash community informed as the situation continues to evolve.

You must not come to campus if you're unwell. Get tested for COVID-19 if you have any of the following symptoms, however mild – fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss of sense of taste or smell – and stay home until you’ve received a negative result and are no longer feeling unwell. For information about testing, visit the Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia Ministry of Health COVID testing webpage. Further information can be found on the Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia Ministry of Health.

If you have recently visited a COVID-19 hotspot or public exposure site, you must follow the Indonesian Government COVID-19 Response Task Force (SATGAS Covid) requirements for testing and isolating.

Last updated 28 Apr 2022 3:26pm

Health, safety and wellbeing

  • The health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and wider campus communities remains our top priority, and we continue to be guided by the health advice of the Indonesian Government and the University’s Chief Medical Officer.
  • Monash University, Indonesia looks forward to welcoming you to campus and has a range of procedures in place, detailed in our nine-pillar COVID Safe Plan (PDF, 0.13 MB) to help protect your health and safety, and the health and safety of others.

Teaching and learning arrangements - Term 3 

  • Monash University, Indonesia is committed to adapting our teaching and learning, campus experiences and operations to ensure the health and safety of our community while giving the best education delivery to our students.
  • Weekend classes (Saturday) will be delivered through face-to-face learning. If you’re unwell, you’ll be able to join the class online.
  • Weekday classes (Monday to Friday) will be delivered online through Zoom.
  • Regardless if you have weekend or weekday classes, you’re encouraged to make some time to visit campus so you can meet your lecturer in person, ask questions, and connect with teaching staff.
    Make sure to comply with all COVID-19 rules before coming to campus, including staying home if you feel unwell.
  • We will keep our Indonesia campus community informed as the situation continues to evolve.

2022 intake

  • As a global University, we have prepared ourselves for all scenarios relating to the impacts of COVID-19.
  • Ensuring as many of our students as possible can commence their studies on campus, and have access to our high-quality postgraduate and research facilities, is our key priority.
  • To provide interested candidates with more time to plan and certainty around what their education experience will look like, Monash University, Indonesia will focus on a single intake for 2022 (October) with the exception of the Master of Public Policy Management, which will take new students in both May 2022 and October 2022.
  • Focusing on a single intake in October 2022 will provide the time for Indonesia to continue to progress towards COVID-normal living. It will also provide increased opportunity for students interested in studying with us, across Indonesia and the region, to enjoy more campus-based experiences.

Last updated 28 Apr 2022 3:26pm

  • The Monash Chief Medical Officer is in constant communication with Australian medical authorities for the latest health and travel advice.
  • We continue to monitor the situation, including the advice of the World Health Organisation (WHO), US Center for Disease Control and the Australian government’s Health Department, including states and territories.
  • Students directly affected by COVID-19 can contact us at +61 3 9902 6010 or via our enquiry form.
  • Monash also provides free confidential counselling support for any Monash student. If you need support at any time, please call 1300 788 336.
  • If you have tested positive to COVID-19 you must follow the recommendations of your medical professional and the Australian Health Department, including the required self-isolation period.
    • If you are a Monash staff member, you must also immediately notify your supervisor, and your supervisor will advise Access HR via email at hr@monash.edu or phone on +61 03 9902 0400.
    • If you are a Monash student, we ask that you notify Monash Connect on 9902 6011 for further support.
    • You must be cleared by a Public Health Officer and determined to be no longer infectious before you can leave your home isolation and re-enter the Monash or wider Australian community.
  • For updates on Monash College's response to COVID-19, please visit the Monash College website.

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