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Monash Art Design & Architecture (MADA) is an open connected community. Find out how we dissolve the boundaries between disciplines and imagine real change.
Learn how you can graduate as a confident professional and change the world through art, design or architecture.
From facilities to course planning and campus events, our current students page is where you immerse yourself into life at MADA.
Find out how our lively and supportive environment allows individual and collaborative research to thrive.
Read our latest news to find out what's happening and how our people are having an impact.
Connect with us and be inspired. Find out about our latest events, from exhibitions to study expos.
Experience diverse views of the world. Our student work will introduce you to a kaleidoscope of projects.
Located at the heart of a vibrant precinct on Caulfield campus, our galleries contribute to an atmosphere of dialogue and exchange.
You are here:
Pursue your passion, gain highly transferable skills and make an original and significant contribution to your chosen field.
Create work that engages with contemporary art and participates in arts culture.
Develop a new body of work, focusing on studio methodology and design consciousness.
Enter a contextual study of practice and engage with contemporary arts discourse.
Delve deeply into creative challenges and apply new thinking to interpret – and solve – complex questions.
A step-by-step guide to the Expression of Interest and Application process.
Be inspired and mentored by a team of experienced practitioners – seasoned artists, designers and architects.
If you don't meet eligibility criteria for a research degree, there are pathway courses offered by the Faculty.
We reward potential so you can make your mark on the world. Browse our range of scholarships and grants available to you.
Keep informed of upcoming application deadlines, information sessions and public research seminars.
Banner artwork: Tom Morgan, Corb's Suburbia (detail), 2014