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  • Re-enrolment for 2018 now open

    18 October 2017

    The Web Enrolment System (WES) is now open for 2018 re-enrolment.

    If you’re not finishing this year, you must re-enrol or apply for intermission by Wednesday 29 November 2017 to avoid a late fee or risk losing your place in your course.

    Re-enrolment instructions:

    • Login to WES and select your units.
    • Re-enrol for the entire academic year (both semesters) unless you’re finishing sooner or taking intermission.
    • Click on the ‘submit enrolment’ button to process your unit selections.
    • Record your transaction number (starting with ‘U’) as proof of your re-enrolment.
    • Check your student email account for a confirmation of re-enrolment email.
  • Apply now for Access Monash Mentoring

    18 October 2017

    Share your story and inspire secondary students from low socio-economic communities to go to uni. As an Access Monash Mentor, you can do this through one-on-one mentoring, on-campus tours and presentations, in-school programs, Q&A panels and more.

    If accepted into the program, you might receive a Monash Community Leaders Scholarship with a value of $4000 per year. You’ll also develop your leadership, public speaking and teamwork skills. And simply feel good about making a difference.

  • Would you hire you? Practice interviewing. Anytime. Anywhere.

    14 October 2017

    Interviews can be pretty scary…you might say the wrong thing! With InterviewStream, you can sharpen your interviewing skills whenever wherever using your Mac or PC, or Android or iOS device.

    You can choose from over 7000 pre-recorded interview questions to create your own perfect mock interview. You’ll see and hear yourself online. And you can record, review and retry. You can even share a link to your interviews if you’d like additional feedback.

  • Improve your teamwork skills - online, anytime

    13 October 2017

    Learn to lead an effective team and boost your employability with Leap into Leadership Online. It’s a suite of practical, straightforward and fun online modules, which take one to two hours to complete.

    You enrol anytime, at any stage of your degree. Enrol now in “High-performing Teams: Work and win together”.

  • Jack of Two Trades: an original musical

    12 October 2017

    The Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance (CTP) in collaboration with the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music have created a new piece of work: Jack of Two Trades. This musical comedy offers two hours full of soaring melodies and mistaken identities. And lots of laughter.

    • Thursday 19 October (7.30pm), Friday 20 October (1pm and 7.30pm), Saturday 21 October (7.30pm) and Sunday 22 October (5pm)
    • Drama Theatre, 55 Scenic Drive, Clayton campus
    • Tickets $10.00 – $20.00
    • To book, phone the MAPA box office on 9905 1111 or visit the Robert Blackwood Hall during business hours.

    Jack of Two Trades features a cast of student and professional performers. Don’t miss out on some good fun!

  • Attend the Graduate Expo - Wed 18 October

    12 October 2017

    Considering further study? Discover how a Monash graduate degree can equip you with the right skills for where you want to go.

    We offer full-time, part-time, online and off-campus study options - fitting study around your life is easier than you think.

    Come to the Graduate Expo

    • Wednesday 18 October, 4-7pm
    • Hotel Windsor
      111 Spring St. Melbourne
    • Register now
  • Changes to permit parking during October graduations

    11 October 2017

    Between Monday 23 and Friday 27 October, the first and second floors (plus ground floor if required) of the SE4 multi-level car park at 60 Scenic Boulevard will be available for graduation parking only.

    You may need to allow extra travel time and try alternative car parks. Blue permit holders should head to:

    • SE5 car park at 62 Scenic Boulevard
    • N1 multi-level car park at 10 Research Way
    • OC1 car park, corner Wellington and Blackburn roads

    Check these locations on the Clayton campus map (PDF, 0.25 MB) or view the real-time Clayton live feed in the Travel & parking tile on my.monash

  • MUMA presents The humours

    30 September 2017

    This new exhibition explores how comedy can reveal more serious concerns. Presented by the Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), in association with the 2017 Melbourne Festival, The humours brings together moving image, photography, installation pieces and performance art by six international and Australian artists.

    • Saturday 7 October through Saturday 16 December
    • 3–5pm
    • MUMA, Ground Floor, Building F, Caulfield campus.

    The exhibition opens on the Saturday afternoon with a performance by multiple award-winning writer and comedian Sami Shah.

  • Monash Bikeshare: ride and win

    23 September 2017

    Wherever you’re headed around Clayton, Monash Bikeshare will get you there. Use any of our 100 share bikes between Monday 11 September and Friday 20 October to go into our weekly draw for some great prizes. Vouchers from Monash retailers, a Monash Sport membership, a Fjallraven Kanken backpack and more.

    The bikes are free to all students and staff. Each comes with a helmet. You can use the bike for up to three hours a day. And you can lock it up lock while you run an errand off campus. Look for the red share bikes at designated hubs across campus.

  • Monash Sport wants your feedback

    13 September 2017

    Do you ever use Monash Sport services? If so, we’d love to hear what you think. Your feedback could help us achieve ‘active bodies, healthy minds’ for the entire Monash community.

    We look forward to hearing from you, and hope to see you in our facilities again soon.

  • Public lecture on diabetes: Thurs 19 Oct

    30 August 2017

    Professor Mark Cooper AO, head of our new Department of Diabetes, will present the 2017 Central Clinical School public lecture on ‘Changing the way we treat diabetes and its complications’.

    • Thursday 19 October
    • 6.30pm for 7.00pm start (45-minute lecture followed by Q&A)
    • AMREP lecture theatre, 75 Commercial Road, Melbourne (near main entrance of Alfred Hospital)
    • free event

    Over the last 10 years, we’ve seen dramatic advances in treatments for diabetes. Fewer side effects. And greater success in reducing complications associated with diabetes, such as heart and kidney disease. Come along to this lecture to find out more.

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