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Changes to Open Day 2020

With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the health and wellbeing of our Monash community remains a top priority. As a result, we're currently planning how we can bring you the best Open Day experience possible.

You'll still have access to key information and resources, including access to our incredible teaching staff. We understand how important the campus experience is when considering where to study. We're working hard to find alternative ways and dates to bring these experiences to you.

We'll continue to provide you with Open Day updates here.

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 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 with passionate academics who can help you make an informed decision.

3. See how Monash is changing it
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 learn 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!

Register your interest

Discover how you can create change with a Monash degree. Register your details to receive Open Day updates, information about your study options, insights into Monash life and invites to upcoming events relevant to you.

Why choose Monash?


Who should attend Open Day?

If you're thinking about studying at Monash, then Open Day is for you! Our Open Day mostly attracts 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 attend as well!

Which campus should I visit?

Each of our four campuses – Caulfield, Clayton, Parkville and Peninsula – are unique. We recommend learning more about the campus that offers your preferred course.

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 experience and highlight activities we think you may be interested in.

Are there other opportunities to experience Monash before Open Day?

Absolutely! Our virtual Monash Information Evenings are a great way to have all your questions answered. You can also find out what it's like to study at Monash by attending one of our Inside Monash webinars.

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.