The second largest Monash campus, Caulfield campus is located 10 kilometres from Melbourne's city centre. It’s here that we focus primarily on teaching our IT postgraduate coursework, and it’s home to our sensiLab, Immersive Analytics, and the Centre for Organisational and Social Informatics (COSI). It will also be home to our new Oceanic Cyber-Security Centre (stay tuned).
Clayton campus is the largest of the Monash campuses. It’s located on the corner of Wellington Road and Princes Highway, 20 km from Melbourne's city centre. It was established in 1958 and opened its doors to the first students in 1961.
Today, Clayton is the epicenter of our IT undergraduate teaching programs. Our activities here focus on games and multimedia, computer science, computational science, software engineering, and business information systems. Clayton is also the home of our Centre for Data Science, the Monash Swarm Robotics Laboratory, and Cave2.
Established in 1998, Monash Malaysia was our first international campus. There are currently more than 4,500 students and 500 staff. About one quarter of the students are international. The campus is located in Bandar Sunway, about 18km from central Kuala Lumpur.
The School of Information Technology, Malaysia, offers a Bachelor of Computer Science, a Master of Business Information Systems, Master of Philosophy and PhD courses, with a particular focus on giving students practical skills and experience. Our Malaysian school’s links with industries means that industry-based learning opportunities can take on an international significance.
Monash South Africa is located in the growing suburb Ruimsig, 25km north of Johannesburg's city centre. It has over 2,750 students and it focuses on helping the region meet diverse social, educational and economic issues. The campus has a strong volunteering ethic, and many students give up their time to help disadvantaged children with their school work.
The Monash South Africa School of Information Technology (SIT) offers the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences, the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (Honours) and the Master of Philosophy in Computer and Information Sciences. These degrees are recognised by Monash University.
SIT's world-class research is globally relevant but locally focused. From programming and database design to project management and human interface design, our research informs our teaching and advances our learning. We are designing systems that will give regional and marginal communities access to IT without the need for expensive infrastructure. We're also turning mobile phones into nodes that become 'virtual networks' and creating e-Post-Boxes’ for communities.