Education - Undergraduate and Postgraduate
Monash University’s Central Clinical School (CCS) focuses on translational research – incorporating insights developed from the laboratory bench into therapies applicable at the patient bedside, through honours, master's and PhD courses. Our Departments and affiliates have strong links with health care providers, ensuring that our research can move towards health outcomes as rapidly as possible. Our work provides the springboard for the development of new diagnostics and therapies for a wide range of human diseases – “where research makes a difference”.
See more about the range of study options at CCS, including how to apply, at the links below:
- Undergraduate study
- Honours courses in Immunology and Human Pathology
- Bachelor of Medical Science Honours
- Medical Student Education
- Graduate Studies including master's and PhD
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CCS offers undergraduate units in Immunology and Human Pathology for Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BMS) students. CCS also offers a structured teaching program for Monash Medical students.
Honours at CCS will give you access to a wealth of research expertise and to dedicated researchers with strong clinical connections who are experienced mentors.
Enhance your medical education experience, help people, get into research, make discoveries, and give yourself career options with Honours in CCS.
The CCS M-Ed program is run across its many partnered health services including Alfred Health, Peninsula Health, Cabrini Health, Epworth Healthcare, VIFM and community General Practice clinics.
Even the most promising discoveries can get lost in translation. Our graduate training program – the first of its kind in Australia – will ensure your breakthroughs go from bench-to-bedside.
Central Clinical School focuses on 'laboratory bench to bedside' translational research and has strong links with research partners, offering a diverse and supportive environment for postgraduate students.