Vice-Chancellor's Awards

Recognising and sharing the outstanding work of Monash educators

The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards are designed to recognise the contribution of Monash staff to quality student learning experiences and to Monash’s reputation for world-class university education.

Awards are an opportunity for you to gain recognition in the University for your contributions in the area of teaching and learning. Benefits of receiving a Vice-Chancellor’s award:

  • Personal recognition;
  • Recognition for your faculty or unit;
  • Winners receive between $1000 - $3000 depending on their category
  • Nomination may lead to a national award nomination; and
  • Preparation for this award will assist in compiling a teaching record and/or preparation for an application for promotion.
  • Opportunities to demonstrate educational leadership and to promote engagement of their innovations by other Monash staff through, for example, running workshops, giving presentations, mentoring, etc.

The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards are designed to recognise the contribution of Monash staff to quality student learning experiences and to Monash’s reputation for world-class university education.


New Award Announcement!

Vice-Chancellor’s Award For Industry Education Programs

This Award aims to recognise outstanding education programs for industry across commercial, not for profit and government sectors. Monash staff working with industry in ways that are genuinely reciprocal, mutually beneficial, and highly valued by both partners are encouraged to apply.

Read more on Industry Education Guidelines

Who can apply for this award

Applications can be from a variety of sources, either individual applications or encouraged by a faculty Associate Deans of Enterprise or equivalent.

The Industry Education Program Award does not have a nomination process. Applicants apply online by the due date (August 12th), however, they are required to discuss their intention to apply with their faculty ADE prior to submission.

Should there be more than two applicants from a faculty, the faculty will be asked to prioritise the applications.


Award Applications

What you need to know