Current students

Vertical peer program

Indigenous students gather to: meet peers; share and strengthen knowledge about the health professions and; learn more about Indigenous medicines and wellbeing ways.


Indigenous students can apply to an Indigenous student bursary for costs of: admission tests, course related expenses such as uniforms, working with children checks, police checks, fitness tests, immunisations and sorry business attendance.


We assist with access to and costs of staying in Monash Residential Services on campus through our accommodation scholarships.

Health profession events

Indigenous students can apply for travel and accommodation support to attend health profession events, Students have attended conferences and forums held by:


We link you to cadetship programs that provide you an opportunity to work in your semester break in an area that supports your career aspirations. Some examples are:

Wominjeka Lounge

Wominjeka means welcome in the Woiwurrung language of the Melbourne area. The Wominjeka Lounge is located on our Clayton Campus at 27 Rainforest Walk. It is a space for community meetings and for students to study, meet with tutors or with peers.

Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit

Supports Monash University Indigenous students .

Find out more Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit