Saturday 1 August
Our Peninsula campus is home to nursing, physiotherapy, paramedicine, occupational therapy, education and business administration courses.
Sunday 2 August
Caulfield is the base for Art, Design and Architecture, Monash Business School, and some arts, medicine, nursing, health sciences and IT courses.
Sunday 2 August
Clayton is our largest campus and has the feel of a university town with more than 36,000 students and most of our interest areas represented here.
Sunday 16 August
Located at the heart of Australia's leading health and biomedical precinct, Parkville specialises in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.
What to expect
at Open Day
Whether it’s getting a feel for what you’ll be studying, making sure you're on the right track or simply picturing yourself in one of our learning spaces, here's what you can expect when you step onto any of our campuses this Open Day.
1. Chat with current students
The transition from high school to uni can be a big change, so it helps to talk to people who’ve already been through it. Gain insights into what Monash life is really like and the work experience and overseas study opportunities available to you.
2. Meet inspiring academics
With a wide range of courses available including specialist and double degrees, there’s heaps of options to choose from at Monash. It's the perfect opportunity to attend mini-lectures and speak one-on-one with passionate academics who can help you make an informed decision.
3. See how Monash is changing it
Participate in hands-on simulations and experiments led by our trailblazing researchers. Discover how we’re making a global impact – from pioneering bionic vision to developing the next generation of sustainable solar energy.
4. Get all your questions answered in one place
Our student services staff will be on-hand with everything you need to know about financial assistance and scholarships, campus accommodation, entry pathways, disability services, flexible study options and lots more.
5. Find your tribe
There’s more to uni than attending classes. At Open Day, you'll see that a big part of the student experience is about exploring your interests and trying new things. Our student-run clubs are a great way to meet like-minded people, whether you're into social welfare causes, debating or even fire twirling!
Check out the highlights from Open Day 2019:
Why choose Monash?
We're in the top 100 universities
Join Monash and you'll instantly become part of a university recognised for excellence. We’re consistently placed in the world’s top 100 by Times Higher Education. And while we take our position on the global scale seriously, we care just as much about your individual experience.See how we rank
Pursue two degrees at the same time
You'll have the freedom to combine your passions with more more than 60 double degree options available at Monash. Double your expertise and career opportunities but not your workload – a double degree takes two years less than doing the courses separately.Find your ideal double degree
Make your mark with a scholarship
You may be more eligible for a scholarship at Monash than you think. We offer more than 400 types of scholarships making it one of the most generous scholarship programs in Australia to reward talent, recognise disadvantage and unlock potential.Search our scholarships
Change starts here
Join the next generation of change-makers. Our students, alumni and researchers are changing the world, from tackling human rights abuses to leading the way in preventing environmental devastation. We'll inspire you to change your life, your career, your community or the future.Don't like it? Change it
Future-proof your career
There's a whole range of jobs and technologies that don't yet exist. Through experiences within the classroom and beyond, we'll help you build the skills highly sought after by employers, now and in the future. Skills like collaboration, resilience, leadership and disruptive thinking.Discover your career advantage
See the world while you study
With Monash campuses in Italy and Malaysia and partnerships with 160 universities globally, there are loads of opportunities for you to earn credit towards your degree overseas – whether it's a two-week study tour, an international internship or a semester abroad.Explore overseas experiences
Who should attend Open Day?
If you're thinking about studying at Monash, then Open Day is for you! Most of our visitors are high-school students in Years 9 to 12, but if you're interested in graduate studies it's also a great opportunity to find out about our research projects. We highly encourage family and friends of future students to come along too!
Which campus should I visit?
Each of our four campuses are unique. At Open Day, our campuses generally promote the courses they offer, so we recommend checking which campus has your preferred course.
Of course, you're welcome to visit multiple campuses. We'll also have a free shuttle bus between Clayton and Caulfield campuses to make it easy to get between the two on Open Day.
Do I have to register to attend Open Day?
We recommend registering your interest so we can keep in touch with you in the lead-up to Open Day and beyond. We'll send you tips to help you plan your day and highlight activities we think you may be interested in.
How can I prepare for Open Day?
With more than 500 activities happening around our campuses on Open Day including tours, info sessions, live performances and more, it helps to plan ahead. We’ll be launching our Open Day online planner in late-May. You'll be able to create a personalised plan and keep track of everything you want to see and do.
Are there other opportunities to experience Monash before Open Day?
Absolutely! Monash Information Evenings are a great way to have all your questions answered in your local area. You can also find out what it's like to study at Monash by attending one of our Inside Monash seminars.
As a parent, how can I help my child find the right course?
This can be a really difficult time for students as they try to navigate the huge range of study options available to them. To help them figure out what the best path might be, try asking them some open-ended questions that will encourage them to think about their passions, strengths and goals. From there, you can make a shortlist together, and decide on some back-up options in case your child doesn’t get into their first preference.
We've also put together some resources for parents to give you a better idea of the transition to university.