Notices

Your safety during semester break

09 Dec 2019

Whether you’re taking a well-deserved break or continuing with Summer studies, your safety on and off campus is our priority. Here’s what’s happening during the break:

Campus security services

  • Security officers are available 24/7 to escort you to your car, public transport or other locations on campus day or night
  • Security patrols by officers 24/7 on foot, by bike and cars
  • Emergency help points with phones and intercoms on all campuses
  • Control room monitoring of surveillance cameras 24/7 on all campuses.

The Clayton on-campus security bus will continue to operate until the University closes on Friday, 20 December. Buses will resume again on the afternoon of Thursday, 2 December. The Caulfield bus will resume in O-week, Monday 24 February.

Save our phone number into your phone

  • For an emergency on any campus, call 9905 3333
  • For general security enquiries, call 9902 7777.

Sonder safety app

Internationals and MRS students can download the Sonder safety app, a multilingual, safety and support service that can assist you from any location, on or off campus. Features include:Swipe access to 24/7 supportCheck on me for peace of mindTrack my journey for when you’re travelling aloneSafety alerts for large-scale public events.

Enjoy your break!

Learn more about Sonder safety app


Last chance to re-enrol for 2020

06 Dec 2019

Late re-enrolment for 2020 closes on Friday 13 December. If you don’t re-enrol by this date you risk losing your place in your course!

  • Re-enrol now by logging into WES and accept the late re-enrolment fee
  • Select units for the whole year and you can add, discontinue or change units later
  • Check your course requirements by referring to the handbook for the year you started your course, then refer to the latest handbook to see what units are available
  • Record your transaction number - if you don’t receive a transaction number, you haven’t enrolled correctly.

Enrol now


Find out What’s Open at Monash

06 Dec 2019

With 100s of services operating at different hours throughout the year, it’s easy to lose track of what’s open.

Quickly search through study spaces, cafes and more to see what’s open at your campus with the new What’s Open at Monash website.

We’ve re-imagined the old-school list of services to deliver a dynamic site that allows you to:

  • Filter your options: Filter by campus, and category i.e. study spaces at Clayton.
  • Pick a time: Move the time slider to see what’s open at any point in the day.
  • Pick a date: Use the date-picker to see what’s open on a given day.

Check out What's Open at Monash


Moodle upgrade from 11pm Friday 6 December

02 Dec 2019

Moodle will be unavailable from 11pm this Friday 6 December until 8pm on Saturday 7 December (AEDT). To prepare for the upgrade, you should download and save any materials you need, including assessment files and instructions before 11pm on Friday 6 December. This is especially important if you have assessments due or will be studying for deferred examinations during the upgrade.

When you log in from 8pm on Saturday 7 December, you'll see a newer, fresher-looking Moodle that's easier to navigate.

Check the Moodle library guide


Have your say in the public realm survey

11 Nov 2019

Help shape the future of our award-winning campuses by completing the 2019 public realm survey! We would love to hear your thoughts on our campus public spaces.

Everyone who completes the survey will go into the draw to win one of two $200 gift cards.

All responses are confidential with personal information removed prior to analysis.

Complete the survey


Finishing your studies? Come to Career Connect Masterclasses!

06 Nov 2019

About to finish your degree and looking for advice on how to enter the job market?

Career Connect is running an intensive week of employability workshops from November 25 to 28, with sessions specially created for graduating students.

Register for one or more of the following sessions:

  • employability skills – articulation for interviews
  • psychometric testing and video interviewing
  • workplace leadership
  • building connection – presenting your best self
  • building resilience and giving feedback
  • effective networking
  • workplace culture and communication.

Even if you’re not finishing your studies this year, our masterclasses are great for all students looking to refine their employability skills.

For more information on Career Connect, visit our website or follow us on Facebook.

Register on Career Gateway


Election of student members to Academic Board

04 Nov 2019

After a poll which closed on Friday 25 October, the following members have been elected to Academic Board:

  • James Desmond – undergraduate student member.
  • Giulia Mastrantoni – higher degree by research student member.

Both students will serve a term of office from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2021.

Find out more


Complete the Monash Sport survey for a chance to win

01 Nov 2019

Visited Monash Sport in 2019?

We’re looking to improve Monash Sport in 2020. Whether you’ve used our facilities once, or every week, we’d love to hear your feedback.

Complete our survey, and go into the draw to win one of five $100 vouchers, or one of two escape room sessions (for you and four friends), valued at $100!

Take the survey


Register for an English Connect summer workshop

30 Oct 2019

Develop your professional and academic English communication skills during the summer with English Connect!

We are running our most popular workshops in a semi-intensive format from 25 November to 4 December.

This is a perfect opportunity to make the most of the summer break by enhancing your professional and academic English skills.

Registrations for the workshops are now open – get in quick before they fill up!

Register now


Complete Respect at Monash before exams

24 Oct 2019

Now’s the perfect time to complete Respect at Monash (before things get busy with exams).

It only takes 30 minutes to complete, so why not set aside some time in your next study break?

Respect at Monash is a compulsory online module for all new students. New students who don’t complete the module will be encumbered, and lose access to their unit results after exams.

If you have questions about the Respect at Monash module, please contact the Respectful Communities team at respect.now.always@monash.edu

Complete the module now


Your safety during swot vac & exams

24 Oct 2019

If you're staying late on campus during swot vac and exams, here are some of the services available to ensure you're working in a safe and supportive environment.

Additional bus services

Commencing with swot vac on Monday, 28 October, additional bus services will operate as follows:

  • Clayton - Campus security bus running Monday to Friday from 5.30pm to 3am, via a fixed route
  • Clayton - Off campus security shuttle running 7 days per week from 5pm to 3am, within a 2km radius of campus
  • Caulfield - Campus security bus running 7 days per week from 5.30pm to 3am, with fixed stops.

You'll need to show your student ID. Normal services will resume on Friday, 22 November.

Campus security services

  • Security officers are available 24/7 to escort you to your car, public transport or other locations on campus day or night
  • Security patrols by officers 24/7 on foot, by bike and cars
  • Emergency help points with phones and intercoms on all campuses
  • Control room monitoring of surveillance cameras 24/7 on all campuses.

Save our phone number into your phone

  • For an emergency on any campus, call 9905 3333
  • For general security enquiries, call 9902 7777.

Sonder safety app

Internationals and MRS students can download the Sonder safety app, a multilingual, safety and support service that can assist you from any location, on or off campus. Features include:

  • Swipe access to 24/7 support
  • Check on me for peace of mind
  • Track my journey for when you’re travelling alone
  • Safety alerts for large-scale public events.

Get the Sonder safety app


Using study break cards this exam period

22 Oct 2019

We’re implementing study break cards as a trial this semester to promote fairer use of the study spaces at Caulfield and Matheson libraries.

Here’s how it works:

  • Use a card every time you leave your desk, regardless of how long you think you’ll be away.
  • Without a study break card, an unattended desk can be used immediately by another student (unattended items will be moved aside).
  • With a study break card, an unattended desk can be used by another student after 30 minutes (unattended items will be moved aside)

So, don’t risk losing your desk when you take a study break. Make sure you use a study break card every time, and return within 30 minutes.

If someone comes back to a desk they left and doesn’t know about the rules, refer them to an Information Point.

Find out more


Career Connect Employability Workshops – register now

21 Oct 2019

Make sure you register for Career Connect’s Employability Workshops before the end of the year.

There’s heaps of great events, workshops and webinars to help you get job-ready.

Here’s what’s coming up:

  • Maximising your LinkedIn Profile webinar – Wednesday 23 October
  • How Does Graduate Recruitment Work? workshop – Thursday 24 October
  • Effective Career Planning workshop – Thursday 7 & Wednesday 13 November
  • How do I Find a Job? webinar – Tuesday 12 November
  • Working in Australia webinar – Monday 18 November
  • Know your Work Rights in Australia webinar – Thursday 21 November

Registrations are a must.

Find and event and register


Drop into an eExam practice session

17 Oct 2019

eExam champions (aka students who are familiar with eExams) are running practice sessions to help you understand how eExams work. This is your chance to trial the hardware and software you’ll use in your end-of-semester exam.

Stay for as long as you want. There’s no need to RSVP - just drop by!

Clayton - Louis Matheson Library, ground floor, room G14, Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 October, 10am - 4pm

Caulfield - Building N, rooms N121 & N122, Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 October, 10am - 4pm

Peninsula - Library, building L, ground level, Wednesday 23 October, 11am - 2pm

Find out more about eExams


Re-enrolment for 2020 now open

14 Oct 2019

The Web Enrolment System (WES) is now open for 2020 re-enrolment.

If you’re not finishing this year, you must re-enrol or apply for intermission by Wednesday 27 November to avoid a late fee or risk losing your place in your course.

Re-enrol in WES:

  1. Log into WES and select your units
  2. Re-enrol for the entire academic year (both semesters) unless you’re finishing sooner or taking intermission
  3. Click on the ‘submit enrolment’ button to process your unit selections
  4. Record your transaction number (starting with ‘U’) as proof of your re-enrolment
  5. Check your student email account for your confirmation of re-enrolment email.

Re-enrol for 2020 now


Become an Ambassador for international students

11 Oct 2019

Inspire new students, make friendships and develop your leadership skills as an ambassador for international students at our Clayton and Caulfield campuses.

This is rated as one of the best programs at Monash - so what are you waiting for? Apply!

Applications close midnight October 20.

This opportunity is open to both local and international students.

Apply now


Caulfield shuttle bus stop relocation

11 Oct 2019

The inter-campus shuttle bus stop outside Building H at Caulfield campus will be temporarily relocated to Sir John Monash Drive, next to Building B.

This change will be in effect from Friday 11 October - Wednesday 30 October.

Find out more about our free inter-campus shuttle


Celebrate Diversity and Inclusion Week 7-11 October

30 Sep 2019

Diversity and Inclusion Week is back, and it’s more vibrant and varied than ever.

Get involved from 7-11 October, with more than 60 events on offer across our Victorian campuses.

From inspiring workshops and presentations to art installations and cultural performances, there’s something for everyone.

Underpinned by the Diversity and Inclusion Framework, the week celebrates our diverse community and strengthens our inclusive culture.

Check out what's on


Complete Respect at Monash before 30 September

25 Sep 2019

Respect at Monash is a compulsory learning module for all commencing students.

It only takes 30 minutes to complete, so why not log in to Moodle and start it now?

Commencing students who don’t complete the module could be encumbered.

What’s an encumbrance?

An encumbrance is a block applied to your student record which limits your access to essential services like the library, Web Enrolment System (WES), IT and results release.

If you have questions about the Respect at Monash module, please contact the Respectful Communities team at respect.now.always@monash.edu.

Complete the module before 30 September


Register now for the Graduate Study Webinar Series

23 Sep 2019

Have you nearly finished your degree and find yourself thinking about what's next?

Join us for the Graduate Study Webinar Series this October. A graduate qualification can help you build the skills to go further in the future of work.

With twenty webinars on offer, there are lots of opportunities to learn more about our flexible study options, placement opportunities, in-depth course information and how we can support you through your graduate degree.

Register


Coffee with a Cop - 26 September

20 Sep 2019

Victoria Police have an engagement program called 'Coffee with a Cop'. Police officers visit community locations where they share a free cup of coffee and chat with members of the community.

It’s a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know your local police.

They’ll be at Clayton:
  • 26 September
  • 10am - 12pm
  • Swift's Café, Matheson Library, 40 Exhibition Walk


English Connect is hiring facilitators

11 Sep 2019

Outgoing and enthusiastic with great communication skills? English Connect is hiring facilitators for its 2020 Academic and Conversational English programs.

Jobs available include:

  • Let’s Chat Facilitator: facilitate fun, engaging conversational English group classes. Applications close 29 September.
  • Academic English (Writing): assist students with grammar through workshops and one-on-one consultations. Applications close 13 October.
  • Communication Workshop Facilitator: work with students on public speaking skills, group work, workplace communication, and pronunciation. Applications close: 20 October.

Find out more and apply


Polish your assignment with free grammar help

23 Aug 2019

Enhance your assignment and essay writing skills with English Connect’s drop-in one-on-one grammar consultations.

Get advice relating to clear writing and improving the structure of your sentences from experienced facilitators. Bring up to 300 words for an individual 20-minute consultation.

This program is available in libraries at our Caulfield, Clayton, Parkville and Peninsula campuses.

Find a consultation time


Taking a break? Use a study card.

23 Aug 2019

The Library is trialling study break cards at the Matheson Library at Clayton and the Caulfield Library.

If you’re studying in the library and want to take a break away from your desk, use a study break card to write down the time you left.

You can keep your desk reserved for up to half an hour. Simply leave the card on your desk, and other students will know that you’ll be back soon.

Study break cards can be picked up at stations spread around the libraries, you’ll be able to find them easily.

Find out more


Register for an English Connect Workshop

21 Aug 2019

Missed out on an English Connect workshop at the start of the semester? We have good news!


Round two of registrations are now open for our free Workplace Talk, Speaking with Confidence and Grammar workshops. Develop your speaking, listening and presentation skills across social, academic and professional contexts.

How to register

Find out more


Join the war on e-waste

16 Aug 2019

What is e-waste? How do we avoid it and recycle it? Craig Reucassel from ABC’s War on Waste is hosting an event about waste avoidance and the upcoming ban on electronic waste from landfill.

Find out how to take action in your community and bring along any small electronic waste to be recycled.

Date: Wednesday 21 August
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Location: Robert Blackwood Hall, 49 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton

Information on waste, recycling and innovation will be on display before and after the event. The presentation will begin at 7pm.

Register for the war on e-waste event


Come to the Clayton Winter Carnival

16 Aug 2019

The Winter Carnival is shutting down Scenic Boulevard on Saturday 17 August for an evening of non-stop entertainment.

We’re talking a Ferris wheel, adrenaline-pumping rides, carnival games, food trucks and fireworks. Saturday night at university has never been more fun.

Entry to the carnival is free to everyone, so bring your friends and family.

Check out the Facebook event


Check out WinterFest at Clayton's new Jazz Club

13 Aug 2019

The brand new Clayton Jazz club is the place to be this WinterFest. Get cosy around a fire-pit and enjoy great food, drink and entertainment from Tuesday 13 to Friday 16 August.
  • Brew Hour of Power free coffee? Yes please! Just be one of the first 100 people to bring their reusable cup to The Script. The Hour of Power runs from 10:3011:30am Tuesday 13 to Friday 16.
  • $10 lunch and show $10 lunch specials and shows are available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Get ready for African dance and drumming, Moulin Rouge Can Can performances, and some Brazilian Samba to help fire things up.
  • Happy hour wind down and warm up after a long day with a drink by the fire pit. Happy hour runs from 46pm every day (except Thursday) during the festival.

Check out the Facebook event


Sign up for Zumba After Dark

13 Aug 2019

Zumba After Dark is coming to Clayton, Caulfield and Peninsula campuses this WinterFest.

Ditch the workout and dance the night away to your favourite hip hop, ‘80s, Latin, RnB and pop songs for your chance to win some sweet prizes.

We also have a slushie bar, snack station and photobooth prepared to keep the party going on and off the dancefloor.

This is a free event with limited spots available.

Zumba After Dark is already sold-out at Clayton campus. Tickets are selling fast for the Caulfield and Peninsula campus events on Thursday 15 August. Make sure you sign up to secure your place!

Sign up and join the party!


Award-winning Let's Chat program: registrations open now!

25 Jul 2019

Enhance your conversational English in a fun, friendly peer environment with Let’s Chat.

During this 10 week module, you’ll learn about Australia from experienced facilitators, meet new friends and develop skills to improve your academic performance (we have the data to prove this!).

There are two modules to choose from, with classes available at our Caulfield, Clayton, Parkville and Peninsula campuses.

We recommend registering before classes begin on 5 August.

How to register

  1. Complete the English Self-assessment survey.
  2. Select a Let’s Chat class in Allocate+.

Register before classes begin


Interested in a job in the public sector, but not sure where to begin?

24 Jul 2019

The Victorian Public Service provides a range of services that improve the lives of Victorians - from schools, hospitals and police, to transport, parks and tourism.

The Victorian Government Graduate Program offers graduates a breadth of opportunities across a variety of roles and industries.

Graduates develop experience working in different departments and are supported with structured learning and executive mentoring.

Representatives from the program will be at Clayton campus on 31 July to answer your questions, discuss available opportunities and offer tips on how to apply.

To find out more about the program, visit the Victorian Government website.

Register for the information session


MoVE now available in my.monash

22 Jul 2019

Noticed a new tile? MoVE is now available to all students through my.monash.

Use MoVE to access a range of applications on your own device, anywhere, anytime – for free! This means you don’t need to visit on-campus labs to complete your coursework and assessments.

Some courses require you to access specialised software through MoVE, so check Moodle or your unit guides.

For help, refer to the MoVE User Guide.

Check what’s available in MoVE


Free language classes at MSA Clayton

22 Jul 2019

Monash Student Association Clayton is offering free language classes from Week 1-10. Learn basic language skills and put your knowledge into action with weekly conversation catch-ups.

The following languages are available during semester two:

  • Arabic
  • Cantonese
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean (two class options available)
  • Mandarin (two class options available)
  • Russian
  • Spanish

This is a popular service, so registrations are a must!

Register for a class


Book your Career Connect workshop today

18 Jul 2019

Do you need clarity with your career goals? Unsure what skills you need for your chosen field? Our Career Conversations and Career Planning workshops can help you.

Facilitated by an experienced Career Success Coach and tailored to your unique field of study, these workshops will:

  • Give you confidence and focus for your career journey
  • Provide valuable advice on industry growth trends
  • Help you develop your career with employability strategies
  • Update you regarding current industry trends
  • Share the skills employers value the most
  • Assist you to achieve your career objectives

Get the latest knowledge on career building at Career Connect

Register for your preferred workshop today


Be part of the conversation on human rights

16 Jul 2019

The annual Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Conference is happening Friday 26 July at the Arena, Docklands. With a lineup of inspirational thought leaders, this is the leading human rights conference in Australia and provides a vital health check on the state of human rights in Australia and overseas.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the human rights conversation with an audience of hundreds of members of civil society, the legal profession, government, business and academia.

Student concession and early bird discounts apply.

Register today


Semester break safety

27 Jun 2019

Now we’ve reached mid year you might be enjoying some well-deserved post-exam celebrations or continuing your studies. Over the semester break your safety, both on and off-campus, remains our top priority.

Our comprehensive security and support services will continue to operate over the break, including: 

  • Security officers patrolling campuses at all times. 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our security team is here for you. 
  • 24 hour safety escorts. We want you to feel safe on campus, but if you’re feeling a bad vibe and would like a security officer to walk with you, we get it. Call 990 27777 to arrange a safety escort. 

Security buses operate at Clayton and Caulfield

Clayton:

The Clayton Security Bus continues to run between 5pm and midnight, Monday to Friday, and will take you around Campus and to the OC1 car parkYou can follow the bus online.

The Clayton Off-Campus Shuttle runs between 5pm and 1am each day, including weekends. This bus will take you to your home within 2 kilometres of the campus, or the Clayton and Huntingdale Railway Stations. Simply come to the Monash University Security office at 59 Scenic Blvd, and tell security you would like to catch the shuttle bus home.

Caulfield:

The Caulfield Security Bus runs between 5pm and midnight, Monday to Friday. You can catch this bus from Queens Ave just outside Monash Connect. It will drop you at one of the Caulfield security bus stops and you can follow the bus online.

Support when you need it most

If you’re concerned about your safety (or someone else’s) at any time on campus, there’s always someone to call. 

If it's a non-emergency:

  • On campus: call security on 9902 7777. 

If it’s an emergency

  • On campus: call the emergency campus security line on 99053 333. 
  • Off campus: call emergency services on 000.

Enjoy your break!


English Connect Winter Workshops - register now

14 Jun 2019

Would you like to use the Winter break to further develop and enhance your English language and communication skills?

English Connect is running our most popular workshops in a semi-intensive format during the Winter break. This is your chance to further develop your English language skills for academic and professional purposes and set yourself for a successful semester 2.

We are running two Professional English Skills sessions on Monday 1 July, and four Academic English sessions on Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 July.

Places are limited, so secure your spot now!

Find out more


Plan where you'll be studying for Swot Vac and exams with Study Spaces

13 Jun 2019

Outside of the libraries, did you know we offer a variety of places to study across our campuses?

Don’t let overcrowding deter you from achieving your best during exams, visit Study Spaces to see:

  • a comprehensive list of study friendly locations across campus
  • how many places are available in each study space on campus
  • opening and closing times, including those open 24/7 or extended hours during Swot Vac and exams
  • faculty specific study areas
  • areas for postgraduate and PhD thesis students.

You can also get tips on conveniently located cafes and restaurants, as well as off-campus places reserved for Monash students during the exam period.


Looking for a job? Career Connect can help

11 Jun 2019

Whether you're seeking a career position, a volunteer role to gain experience, or just something to tide you over during university, Career Connect can point you in the right direction when you're looking for work.

We can put you in touch with the latest opportunities - both in Australia and overseas - and keep you informed on your rights and entitlements as an employee.

Start looking at our Find a Job page.


Monash Warwick Alliance Student-led Activity Fund offers up to $10,000 or £5,000: apply now

11 Jun 2019

Got a great idea for an amazing international experience for students? The Monash Warwick Alliance offers funding to help you, or your club or society, make that idea a reality. In this program, Monash and University of Warwick students work together to make an existing activity international, or they create something totally new.  

  • up to AUD$10,000 available for Monash students
  • up to GBP£5,000 available for Warwick students
  • funding for projects that run as long as 18 months
  • For more details, email us at mw-alliance@monash.edu.

Your activity must include a current student at Monash and a current student at Warwick. Don’t worry if you’re not yet sure who that might be – we can put you in touch with your counterpart. And best to get a staff member at each institution to help you – that way you’ll maximise this opportunity.

Apply now


Register today for Career Connect's Mock Graduate Assessment Centre

11 Jun 2019

Assessment Centres are an increasingly popular recruitment tool, used by employers to ensure that prospective new employees are suitably skilled for their role and are the right fit for their company’s culture.

Delivered by experienced facilitators, Career Connect's interactive Assessment Centre Workshop will provide you with a realistic, simulated assessment centre experience.

You will learn why employers use assessment centres in addition to the traditional job interview, what to expect during the assessment centre process, and how to succeed in each stage.

Register now


Interested in working in North America or Canada?

11 Jun 2019

If you've ever been keen to spread your career wings in these great locations, this Career Connect workshop can help you.

Facilitated by an experienced Career Success Coach, you will learn about:

  • pathways to employment
  • local recruitment practices
  • intercultural considerations
  • regional labour market data
  • growth industries
  • graduate employment insights.

A great resource for both resident and non-resident students looking to gain employment in the region.

Register now via Career Gateway


Submit your abstract for the International Conference of Undergraduate Research - extended to Monday 10 June

05 Jun 2019

The International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) takes place 24 – 25 September, with the theme ‘Current research issues in your discipline or area. Via videoconferencing, this interdisciplinary event connects students presenting at their home campuses to peers across the United States, England, Singapore, Japan, Australia, Malaysia and Canada. We're now calling for abstracts:

  • Undergraduates from all faculties are eligible.
  • Your abstract must not exceed 250 words.
  • Submissions close at 9.00am on Monday 10 June. 

The conference is supported by the Monash Warwick Alliance, a partnership between Monash and the University of Warwick.

For more information:

Submit your abstract now


Become a leader in any field with Teach for Australia

28 May 2019

"Leading Self, Leading Others" is a workshop designed to equip you with the skills to lead effectively, in whatever career field you pursue.

This event is presented by Teach for Australia, an innovative non-profit in the education sector. TFA’s mission is to recruit Australia's future leaders into the classroom and inspire, connect and empower them to a lifetime of action towards educational equity.

Wed 29 May 2019, 12-2pm,  Clayton Campus

The session will cover:

  • Teach for Australia’s vision and mission
  • Teach for Australia’s Leadership Development Program – an opportunity to teach in a school serving a low ses community while earning a Master’s in Secondary Education
  • Teach for Australia’s Leadership Continuum
  • Understanding and recognising how to develop self-leadership
  • Understanding and exploring three key behaviours for leading others
  • Eligibility requirements for the Leadership Development Program.

Register now via Career Gateway


Find out what to expect for an eExam at our free practice sessions

28 May 2019

To help you understand how eExams work, we’re inviting you to attend one of our practice sessions running between 21 May - 4 June at Clayton, Caulfield and Peninsula.

This is your chance to view and use the hardware and software that you’ll use in your end-of-semester exam.

Check the eExam practice sessions page to find out when they are happening. These free sessions will be held between 10am - 5pm, with no booking required.

Don’t miss out.


Nailing the interview - a Career Connect workshop

28 May 2019

No matter what stage of your career you’re in, interviews play an integral part in the recruitment process. Knowing how to excel and succeed in them is a valuable skill.

This interactive workshop will enhance your understanding of the role that interviews play in recruitment, and build the knowledge and skills you need to ‘nail the interview’.

You'll learn about each stage of the interview process (before, during and after), the types of questions to expect, and the techniques you can use to answer them. You'll also find out about the important role that research and interpersonal skills play in interview success, and how you can stand out from the applicant crowd.

This is a valuable workshop recommended to all Monash students, regardless of your current employment goals.

Register now via Career Gateway


Building Resilience in the Job Search Process workshop

17 May 2019

Hunting for a job can be tough, and often stressful. How do you remain healthy, positive and motivated during the process?

Career Connect's 'Building Resilience in the Job Search Process' workshop can provide the tools to help you.

Increase your understanding of common causes of stress, and learn how to make changes to reduce this as you look for employment.

Clayton campus

  • Tuesday 21 May, 2.15 – 3.45pm

Caulfield campus

  • Tuesday 21 May, 1 – 2.30pm

This workshop is open to all Monash University students.

Register now via Career Gateway


Employability workshops with Career Connect

16 May 2019

How do you land that first job after you finish your studies? And how do you prepare yourself to land it?

Career Connect can help you with its regular Employability Workshops.

If you're just at the beginning of your journey, Career Development Fundamentals will show you how to build your capabilities and make an impression in the marketplace, even if you don't have work experience.

Or check out our How to Find a Job workshop (says it all, really!). This will teach you all the skills you need to get the role you want.

To secure your place for these and many other workshops, visit

Career Gateway


Progress – A Festival of Ideas kicks off Thurs 16 May

16 May 2019

The Monash Academy of Performing Arts brings you Progress – A Festival of Ideas featuring more than fifteen shows bursting with ideas, music, theatre and performance.

  • Thurs 16 May – Sun 26 May
  • Clayton campus
  • tickets $20 per show for Monash students (some events are free)

Check out some of our amazing line-up:

  • Whale | Award-winning playwright Fleur Kilpatrick explores climate change with playfulness and authority in her immersive, participatory new work.Thurs 16 May 2019 at 7pm
  • Smokestack Comedy GalaTom Ballard hosts an evening of comedy probing progress with Zoë Coombs Marr, Rod Quantock, The Bedroom Philosopher and special guests.Fri 17 May 2019 at 8pm
  • Solo for Duet Canadian piano virtuoso Eve Egoyan reinvents the recital with a Disklavier, an acoustic piano with a computer interface, synchronising sounds, film and interactive imagery.Tues 21 May at 7.30pm
  • Songs of Freedom | Local music powerhouses Thando, Sophie Koh, N’Fa Jones and Mama Alto present their personal selections of protest music in our new jazz club. Fri 24 May 2019 at 7pm
  • Wavelength IIMelbourne-based electronic music and audiovisual installation artists OK EG offer a meditation on creativity and robotics. Sat 25 May 2019 at 7.30pm
  • Archie and Paul Songwriter Archie Roach, one of Australia’s most treasured performers, partners with Paul Grabowsky on piano. Sun 26 May at 5pm

Book your tickets now


Register today for the Graduate Study Expo

16 May 2019

Do you believe that new solutions start with new thinking? Are you inspired to make a difference in the world?

Find out how you can change what comes next with a Monash graduate course at our Graduate Study Expo.

  • Tuesday 14 May
  • 4 – 7:15pm
  • Monash University Pavilion, Building H, Caulfield campus

You'll get the chance to speak one-on-one with staff and students from all ten faculties and Graduate Education. You'll also have the opportunity to attend faculty and course-specific information sessions, get a tour of the Arts Lab, as well as network with other like-minded students.

Register now


Entrepreneurial skills workshop on Mon 13 May & Tues 14 May

06 May 2019

Want to know how to set up your own business? Career Connect is here to help with a workshop on entrepreneurial skills:

  • Monday 13 May at Clayton campus
  • Tuesday 14 May at Caufield campus.

You'll learn about the skills you need to start a business, where to find help and how to build a pipeline of work while studying. You'll also get insight into practical and essential information such as business development, marketing and cash flow.

Register now


Take Oxford-Monash mindfulness surveys to win a quick $50

06 May 2019

Monash and the University of Oxford are doing a study on how mindfulness can affect attitudes and behaviours amongst university students. Help out by taking two five-minute surveys, a few weeks apart, and go into the draw to win $50.

  • First survey closes on Wednesday 8 May at 11.59pm.

You don’t need any previous experience with mindfulness to participate.

Take survey now


Pregnancy Information Session for International Students - Wednesday 8 May

03 May 2019

International Student Engagement will be presenting a pregnancy information session for international students on:

Wednesday 8 May, 11am - 1pm

The Seminar Room
Campus Community Division
Level 1, Campus Centre
21 Chancellors Walk, Clayton campus

Register now

Topics covered will include:

  • How to prepare for pregnancy and available support services
  • How the medical system in Australia works and what you need to know about having a baby
  • Maternal and child health services
  • How pregnancy impacts your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and costs to be considered.

Lunch will be provided, with partners, children and friends welcome to attend.


Joint memorial service for victims of Sri Lankan and US tragedies

30 Apr 2019

Due to the recent tragic events in both Sri Lanka over Easter and the US during Passover, all staff and students are invited to attend a multi-faith joint memorial service for the victims to be held at:

Monash Religious Centre, 38 Exhibition Walk, Clayton campus

Wednesday 1 May, 3-4pm AEDT

For those unable to attend, the service will be:

The Employee Assistance Program and Monash Counselling Services are available to anyone affected by these events.


Show future employers your leadership skills - become a Monash Ambassador

30 Apr 2019

Become a Monash International Student Ambassador and enhance your CV.

We need ambassadors to assist with semester two International Student Orientation. Develop leadership skills valued by employers whilst introducing our new international students to the Monash community.

Applications close Wednesday 8 May.

Training will be held at the Clayton campus on Monday 13 May and Monday 15 July.

If you have questions, please email Hannah from the International Student Engagement Team - iss@monash.edu

Register Now


Applications closing soon! Global Discovery Program Study Tour New York City

29 Apr 2019

Applications close midnight 1 May.

Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to accelerate your global career.

The Monash University Global Discover Program Study Tour New York City 2019 is an eight-day immersive, international study tour with exclusive access to influential global Monash alumni and their networks.

Be one of 10 students headed to New York City on 13 July to visit Monash's most prominent alumni in their workplaces, and be inspired by their career pathways from student to Global Leader.

For terms and conditions and how to apply, visit the Global Discovery website or email globaldiscovery@monash.edu.


Employment Networking Skills for Students - Register Now

29 Apr 2019

Join our Career Success Coaching workshop, led by an experienced coach, to learn how to develop your networking skills.

Clayton

Friday 10 May, 12 - 1:30pm

Caulfield

Thursday 16 May, 1 - 2:30pm

Get advice on:

  • who might get value building into your network
  • effectively using your network to grow
  • developing your employability skills
  • using your network to enhance and advance your career.

Register now on Career Gateway


Distinguished Scholarships Expo on Tues 30 April

20 Apr 2019

Come along to the Distinguished Scholarships Expo and find out about prestigious scholarship opportunities worth up to $120,000. The Expo will give you a chance to chat with scholarship representatives about how you can further your studies here or overseas with some of the world’s leading institutions.

  • Tuesday 30 April
  • 12–2pm 
  • Banquet Rooms, Level 1, Campus Centre, 21 Chancellors Walk, Clayton campus
  • lunch provided
  • free admission  

Don’t miss out. A scholarship could lead to a life-changing experience.

Register now


Respect at Monash module - due Tuesday 30 April

18 Apr 2019

Before the mid-semester break kicks off, make sure to complete the Respect at Monash learning module.

Focusing on respectful relationships and behaviour, it highlights the social responsibilities we have towards each other within the Monash community.

Completing it early will allow you to relax and focus on the most important thing over the mid-semester break, you.

This module is compulsory for all new students at Monash University, but we encourage all members of the Monash community to undertake it.

Email respect.now.always@monash.edu if you would like to know more.


SEED Networking Night 2019 on Tues 16 Apr

12 Apr 2019

Wondering how to drive positive impact in your career? Come meet like-minded individuals, discover volunteering, internship or post-graduation career prospects, and find out about other opportunities at the Monash Socio-Economic Engagement & Development (SEED) Networking Night 2019. 


This inclusive multi-faculty event features a panel and Q&A discussion with industry guests from an array of sectors and industries, followed by networking. Regardless of your degree, you’ll learn how you can make a social or environmental impact.

  • Tuesday 16 April
  • 6.30 – 9pm
  • The Glasshouse Caulfield, 31 Station Street, Caulfield East
  • Tickets $18 (club members) and $20 (non-club members)
  • Business casual
  • Finger food

Organisations attending include Arup, World Vision, Project Lantern, Oaktree, Humanitarian Advisory Group and Vollie, with more to be announced!

Buy your tickets now


Growth Mindset – The Secret to Success workshop on Wed 24 Apr and Thurs 2 May

12 Apr 2019

This workshop is open to all Monash students who’d like to learn how to develop a growth mindset during their job search process.

How we view ourselves profoundly affects the choices we make and the way we lead our lives. Our beliefs can limit our potential or enable our success, and often determine excellence, mediocrity or failure. They influence our self-awareness, our self-esteem, our creativity and our ability to overcome challenges. 

The Growth Mindset – The Secret to Success workshop focuses on the key elements of growth mindset, and the latest relevant research. It also covers positive psychology. It aims to increase your awareness of tools to build optimism, positivity and long-term career success.

Session 1

  • Wednesday 24 April
  • 10.15 – 11.45am
  • Room 101, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton campus

Session 2

  • Thursday 2 May
  • 1 – 2.30pm 
  • Level 9, Room H914, Level 9, Building H, Caulfield campus

Register now via Career Gateway


Building Resilience in the Job Search Process workshop on Tues 16 Apr and Tues 21 May

11 Apr 2019

This workshop is open to all Monash students who’d like to learn how to build resilience during their job search process.

You will gain an understanding of the common causes of stress, what happens to your body under stress, and how to make small but important changes to reduce stress levels during times of significant change.

Clayton campus

  • Tuesday 16 April, 10.15 – 11.45a
  • Tuesday 21 May, 2.15 – 3.45p

Caulfield campus

  • Tuesday 16 April, 1 – 2.30p
  • Tuesday 21 May, 1 – 2.30p

Register now via Career Gateway


Apply now - Global Discovery Program Study Tour New York City

10 Apr 2019

Applications are now open for a once in a lifetime opportunity to accelerate your global career.

The Monash University Global Discover Program Study Tour New York City 2019 is an eight-day immersive, international study tour with exclusive access to influential global Monash alumni and their networks.

Be one of 10 students headed to New York City on 13 July to visit Monash's most prominent alumni in their workplaces, and be inspired by their career pathways from student to Global Leader.

Applications close midnight, Wednesday 1 May.

For terms and conditions and how to apply, visit the Global Discovery website or email globaldiscovery@monash.edu.


Major transport delays - Allow extra time

08 Apr 2019

A quick reminder that Public Transport Victoria (PTV) have advised of significant delays in April, across the network with buses replacing trains. If you’re attending a mid-semester exam at Caulfield, the summary map of works gives you an idea of the dates and stations affected.

Please allow at least an extra 60 minutes travel time to your journey and regularly check PTV channels for updates.

The replacement buses are located near the exam venue, there will be further delays with large crowds of passengers boarding and exiting in this area.

Please check the PTV Journey Planner for the most up to date information.


Career opportunities with Teach for Australia

05 Apr 2019

Consider a career pathway that uses your knowledge and skills to help others learn.

Teach For Australia's Associate Program can connect you to a passionate community committed to tackling educational disadvantage.

Find out more about this unique program at the Teach for Australia information session:

  • Wednesday 10 April, 12-2pm
  • M3 lecture theatre, 37 Rainforest Walk, Clayton campus

Eligible students can benefit from two years of development and

  • teach at a school serving a low socioeconomic community, with full salary and benefits
  • earn a Master of Teaching (Secondary)(Professional Practice) through ACU on an assisted scholarship
  • receive one-on-one coaching and mentoring to accelerate personal, professional and academic growth.

Challenge yourself to make a difference

Register for the info session


Book in for Accelerator info sessions

05 Apr 2019

Dream of seeing your idea, startup or research innovation project succeed? Check out Monash’s Generator Accelerator. It could kickstart your business, with up to $20,000AUD equity free funding and three months of intensive mentoring available for successful applicants.

The Generator team runs a series of info nights and workshops to help you work out if an accelerator program is right for you - and what to do next.

How to Get into a Startup Accelerator
  • Book a place at Clayton Tuesday 9 April, 6pm
  • Book a place at Caulfield on Tuesday 16 April, 5pm
Female Founders: How to Get into a Startup Accelerator

This targeted workshop is available for female entrepreneurs

Got questions? Email The Generator at entrepreneurship@monash.edu


Learn from female startup founders

26 Mar 2019

Join the Generator for a free interactive workshop to explore how to go from being UNSURE to being UNSTOPPABLE.

Hear stories from young female startup founders on challenges they faced when launching their own startup.Take practical steps to overcome your own barriers, learn from others and realise you are UNSTOPPABLE at being the best version of yourself.

  • Wednesday 27 March, 6-8pm
  • Green Chemical Futures, level four
  • 13 Rainforest Walk, Clayton campus

This FREE workshop is for anyone at Monash, regardless of gender or identity, who believes in equality and equal opportunity and who has experienced the internal voice of doubt when wanting to try something new.

Register for free workshop now


Industrial action on Wednesday 27 March

26 Mar 2019

The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) are planning protected industrial action on Wednesday 27 March at all campuses.

At Clayton this will include a protest at the Wellington Road and Bayview Road entrances from 8am, and a gathering outside the Matheson Library. 

Please show care when driving or travelling through the areas. You'll still be able to enter the campus but the protest may cause some traffic delays. You can check for alternative entry points on the Clayton campus map.

You should check Moodle if you're concerned about changes to your classes at any campus.


Update your mobile phone number in WES

22 Mar 2019

We’re testing Monash’s emergency SMS service on Friday 29 March. Make sure you’re part of the service – add or update your Australian mobile number in the Web Enrolment System (WES).

SMS alerts allow us to message thousands of students about:

  • emergencies on campus
  • service disruptions
  • restricted access to certain areas on campus.

For your personal safety and security, we encourage you to check your secure online student record in WES before Friday 29 March to make sure you receive the test SMS.

Update your details


Get ready for travel delays

22 Mar 2019

We’ve been advised by Public Transport Victoria (PTV) that there'll be “significant delays” across the entire rail network in the next few weeks due to track works. From late March through April, you should allow an extra 60 minutes travel time and regularly check PTV channels for updates.

The weekends will be impacted the most but some of the works are scheduled during the week. If you’re attending a mid-semester exam at Caulfield, the summary map of works gives you an idea of the dates and stations affected.

Check the PTV Journey Planner regularly for updates.


Rang Barse (Shower of Colours) - Festival of Colours

21 Mar 2019

Colour and glee returns to the Northern Plaza for the fourth annual Festival of Colours.

Come along to this ancient Hindu celebration and vibrant SummerFest event to enjoy cultural performances, delicious food, music, camel rides, and some colourful fun.

  • Sunday 24 March
  • 11.30am – 6.00pm
  • Northern Plaza, Campus Centre, Clayton campus

You’re likely to be splattered in paint and coloured powder, so make sure you wear clothes you don’t mind getting ruined. You might like to wear something white to keep as a colourful souvenir.

Stay up to date on the Monash University Campus Events Facebook page! And look out for #MonashSummer.


Allocate+ allocation adjustment closes

20 Mar 2019

Allocate+ allocation adjustment for semester one, closes 20 March 2019 at 5pm.

This is the last opportunity to make any adjustments to your timetable.

Preferences for semester two, 2019 will open on Friday 24 May.


Memorial service for Christchurch

20 Mar 2019

All staff and students are invited to attend a multi-faith memorial service for the victims of the recent events in Christchurch to be held at:

Monash Religious Centre, 38 Exhibition Walk, Clayton campus

Wednesday 20 March, 3-4pm AEDT

If you can't attend, you can watch the memorial service streamed live online, or on the big screens at Caulfield Campus Green and Northern Plaza, Clayton campus.

Counselling services will be available at the service should anyone need support and assistance.


Apply now for Green Steps in 2019

08 Mar 2019

Green Steps is an award-winning sustainability leadership program. You'll gain the skills, tools and confidence to lead change for a better world.

Don't wait - apply to be part of Green Steps. We're taking applications now!

Need to know more?

Visit Green Steps


Wednesday Sessions return to Clayton campus!

05 Mar 2019

Wednesday Sessions is a weekly music and social event kicking off from Wednesday 6 March.

  • 1–2pm
  • Lemon Scented Lawns, Clayton campus.

We’ll bring in food, freebies, and entertainment from University clubs. Also, look for the pop-ups with information from the clubs and various Monash departments.

Feature acts include:

Find out more on the Monash University Campus Events Facebook page.


Tracks on Tuesday comes to Caulfield campus!

05 Mar 2019

If you enjoyed Kira Puru as part of Wominjeka Monash and you loved BABBA last year, well you are in for a treat! Tracks on Tuesday is a new regular music event kicking off Tuesday 5 March.

  • 1–2pm
  • Campus Green, Caulfield campus.

The event will feature headline live music performances from a range of Australian artists. Food will be available at the events along with a range of other activities.

Feature acts include:

Find out more on the Monash University Campus Events Facebook page.


It's time to plan at the Careers Expo this Thursday

04 Mar 2019

Don't miss your chance to meet employers at the FREE Careers Expo this week:

Thursday 7 March, 10am – 4pm

Monash Sport Recreation Hall, Clayton campus.

Watch our quick tips on how to prepare - and remember to register today so you can:

  • Chat with employers about opportunities and what they're looking for in graduates.
  • Hear from recruiters about employability and interview skills.
  • Find out about all the other amazing career services and support available on campus.
  • Find out which skills are valued by your industry.

Free entry to all students with your Monash student ID card.


Don't miss the FREE Wominjeka events

25 Feb 2019

Wominjeka Monash welcomes new students with a celebration of Australian Indigenous culture across all campuses. Bring your friends, meet new people, and chill out to some live music and fun activities at this FREE event!

Check out event details for Clayton, Caulfield, Parkville and Peninsula campuses at the Campus Events Facebook page.


Your eduroam username has changed

14 Feb 2019

We've simplified the login experience across our services, and made some changes to the eduroam network.

You’ll now need to use your email address to login to eduroam.

The first time you connect to eduroam, you might be prompted to login again on one or more of your devices. If this happens, enter your Monash email address as the username and your usual account password.

If you have any issues, check out our guides on how to connect your devices to the eduroam network.

More questions? Please contact the Service Desk.


Monash Academy Orchestra’s auditions for students

13 Feb 2019

Calling all classical musicians: the Monash Academy Orchestra is looking for new talent – and we want you!

Taking place at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music during Orientation Week, auditions typically last between 7 to 10 minutes, and applicants are required to prepare set orchestral excerpts.

String auditions

Monday 25 February and Friday 1 March

Woodwind, brass and percussion auditions

Friday 1 March.

You can download the relevant excerpts by following the prompts.

Register now for your audition spot!


Volunteer to make a real difference - thousands of opportunities!

10 Jan 2019

As a Monash student, you can access thousands of volunteer roles online. Help out on campus. Join a project in a suburb near where you live. Or become an ambassador for an issue you care about. Whatever you choose, you’ll be valued and respected as a volunteer.

The skills you learn while working to help others will last a lifetime. You’ll practice teamwork, project management, leadership and empathy. And volunteering can improve your chances of finding paid work. But most importantly, you’ll make a real, lasting change in your community.

Go to Volunteering at Monash and get started


Register now for the Graduate Study Expo

10 Jan 2019

Do you believe that new solutions start with new thinking? Are you inspired to make a difference in the world?

Find out how you can change what comes next with a Monash graduate course at our Graduate Study Expo.

  • Wednesday 23 January
  • 4–7pm
  • Monash Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

You'll get the chance to speak one-on-one with staff and students from all ten faculties, Monash Abroad and Graduate Education. You'll also have the opportunity to attend faculty and course-specific information sessions.

Register now


Get your resume right - check out our tips and ask us for feedback

10 Jan 2019

A potential employer’s first impression of you often comes from your resume (also called a CV for curriculum vitae). Your resume offers a snapshot of your qualifications and qualities – and it could determine whether or not you get an interview.

We can help you create a clear, concise and neatly organised resume. One that’s tailored to the job you’re applying for. Get your resume right and doors will open.

Find out how to write your resume and get our feedback


Monash Connect closing times for University shutdown

13 Dec 2018

Monash Connect will be answering your questions by email or phone right up to the University shutdown on Thursday 20 December.

Parkville and Peninsula front counters will close at 3pm, whilst front counters at Caulfield and Clayton will close at 4pm on 20 December.

Monash Connect will open again on Wednesday 2 January for normal business hours, 9am - 5pm.

 

Check Monash Connect locations and details


We're upgrading Moodle

13 Dec 2018

Planning on studying this weekend? You'll need to login to Moodle this week and download any files you need for assignments or deferred exam study.

  • Moodle offine for upgrade and maintenance
  • 11pm Friday 7 December - 11pm Sunday 9 December (AEDT)

It's never a great time to take Moodle offline but this upgrade will make our learning system even better. You’ll find it easier to find information and simpler to use, with more new features to be rolled out across the next few months.

Got questions?

Check the Moodle Library Guide or the upgrade website for more information.

Contact the Service Desk this week if you need technical support.


Election of student members to Academic Board

03 Dec 2018

After a poll which closed on Tuesday 27 November, the following members have been elected to Academic Board:

  • Chloe Polglaze has been elected as the undergraduate student member.
  • Hailey Rose Maloney has been elected as the coursework graduate student member.

Both students will serve a term of office from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2020.

You can read further information on the Academic Board Elections webpage.


Register to get your unit results early by SMS

29 Nov 2018

Unit results will be officially published at midday on Monday 3 December (AEDT).

If you’d like to know earlier, you can register for the early result service and we’ll SMS your results to your mobile phone the evening before. Just be aware that the full range of student support services won’t be available until 9am Monday morning.

Registrations close midnight, Thursday 29 November.

If you choose not to register, you'll be able to login to WES and see your results from midday on 3 December.

Register now


What do you think about learning in the LTB?

28 Nov 2018

We'd love to know what you think about the Learning and Teaching Building at the Clayton campus.
The building, which opened earlier this year, was purpose-built; we're keen to hear what your experience has been, how you've used the spaces and what it's like to learn here.
Your answers will help us design future learning spaces that are flexible and student-friendly. We have FREE coffee vouchers available for all completed responses.

Take the LTB survey


Do you need a copy of your academic record?

08 Nov 2018

An academic record is a formal transcript of your academic history at the University.

Your record includes all unit attempts and your grade for each unit. If you were enrolled in more than one course, it lists all courses and all units studied at Monash.

There are two types of academic record - unofficial and official and both can be ordered through the Web Enrolment System (WES).

Get your copy now


Cranbourne and Pakenham lines – Monday 5 November

01 Nov 2018

Buses will replace trains between Westall, Cranbourne and Pakenham until the last service on Monday night. This may increase your journey by up to 60 minutes.

The following bus options will be available:

  • Stopping all stations – Westall - Pakenham
  • Limited Express (Pakenham) - Westall express to Berwick then stopping all stations to Pakenham
  • Limited Express (Cranbourne) - Westall express Dandenong then stopping all stations to Cranbourne
  • Express - Westall - Cranbourne
  • Express - Westall – Pakenham

See Buses replacing trains between Westall, Cranbourne and Pakenham for the location of train replacement bus stops.

Additional campus shuttle bus services have been added to assist students travelling between campuses during the exam period (29 October - 14 November). There are no changes to the usual campus shuttle bus timetables.


Want the job? Show future employers you're a leader

29 Oct 2018

Stand out from the crowd - Apply to be a student leader in 2019

Volunteering makes you stand out from other candidates. Apply to be a volunteer Student Leader at Monash Caulfield or Clayton campus.

Our Student Leaders help run the International Student Orientation for semester one. Ideally, you will be ready to start in late January 2019. Training will be held at the Clayton campus.

You will receive official Project Management training (accredited by the LiLO program and be invited to an award ceremony lunch where you will be presented with a Monash Volunteer certificate. If you start early and join our Planning Committee, you’ll also get a Letter of Recommendation.

Don't wait. Get the edge and make your CV stand out from the rest. Applications close Monday 12 November.

Questions? Contact Hannah from the International Student Engagement Team at: iss@monash.edu.


#ChangeMoodle competition: your chance to win $400

25 Oct 2018

Moodle is getting a makeover! Monash's Learning Management System will soon be upgraded to improve functionality and usability. We want to hear from you, so enter the competition and tell us what you'd like to name the new system.

#ChangeMoodle competition:

  • is open to all current Monash University students.
  • you MUST use your Monash email account to enter.
  • the winner will receive a $400 gift voucher and bragging rights for renaming our Learning Management System.

Enter #ChangeMoodle by midnight, Wed 7 November

Any questions, please email dvce-comms@monash.edu


Are you rent smart?

24 Oct 2018

If you need to break your lease before the end of the contract date, what do you do?

  • Check your contract.
  • Give the proper notice period in writing.
  • If it is a fixed term contract, you will be liable to pay the remainder of the lease unless you find someone to replace you.
  • Notice to vacate, what it means.

Visit the off-campus accommodation or Rent-Smart websites for more help with rights and responsibilities and living off campus.


Changes to permit parking during October graduations

19 Oct 2018

We're making some changes to available car parks during graduations next week.

Across the graduation period (Monday 22 October - Thursday 25 October, and Monday 29 October) the first and second floors (plus ground floor if required) of the SE4 multi-level car park at 60 Scenic Boulevard will be reserved 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.


Student elected to University Council

18 Oct 2018

Michael Fisher has been elected to University Council as the elected student member following a poll which closed on Friday 12 October.

He'll serve a term of office from 1 November 2018 to 31 October 2020.

You can read Michael's candidate statement on the Council Elections webpage.


Come and hear about our Net Zero Initiative

11 Oct 2018

Monash University and ClimateWorks Australia have won the global United Nations Momentum for Change Award for our Net Zero Initiative.

Scott Ferraro, Net Zero Program Director, is giving a presentation on the Net Zero initiative. Come along and you’ll hear more about the initiative and what Monash is doing to address climate change.

  • Tuesday 16 October
  • 1-2pm
  • Rooms G29 and G30, New Horizons Building, Clayton

Register now to attend


Re-enrolment for 2019 now open

08 Oct 2018

The Web Enrolment System (WES) is now open for 2019 re-enrolment.

If you’re not finishing this year, you must re-enrol or apply for intermission by Wednesday 28 November to avoid a late fee or risk losing your place in your course.

Re-enrol in WES:

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

Re-enrol now


Invitation: Sustainability lecture with Prof Sachs - Tues 16 Oct

05 Oct 2018

We're delighted to invite you to a special guest lecture from Professor Jeffrey Sachs, a world-renowned professor of economics and a leader in sustainable development.
  • Tuesday, 16 October
  • 9.45 - 11.30am
  • Clayton campus
  • Please register ASAP as this event will book out.
This event will feature a presentation showcasing Monash’s commitment to sustainable development and a lecture by Professor Sachs exploring the role of universities in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Register now


The Dressmaker - A Musical Adaptation

03 Oct 2018

Based on Rosalie Ham's revenge-comedy novel The DressmakerThe Dressmaker—A Musical Adaptation is a humorous and beautifully observed piece that follows the story of a young girl who has been falsely accused of murder and exiled from her rural country home.

Shows start at 7.30pm in the Alexander Theatre, 48 Exhibition Walk, Clayton. Special student price of $15 and staff price of $29!

  • Friday 19 October (Preview)
  • Saturday 20 October
  • Tuesday 23 October
  • Wednesday 24 October
  • Thursday 25 October
  • Friday 26 October

Directed by Suzanne Chaundy (Melbourne Opera and Opera Australia), written by James Millar (Matilda) and composed by Peter Rutherford (Hatpin) with students from the Sir Zelman School of Music and the Centre for Theatre and Performance, The Dressmaker—A Musical Adaptation is part of the Jeanne Pratt Musical Theatre Artists in Residence Program.

Book now!


Upcoming car park changes at Clayton Campus

03 Oct 2018

Due to upcoming construction on the University's sporting facilities, the South-east Two (SE2) car park will be closed from Monday 8 October.

This is to ensure the safety of your vehicle while trucks and other construction vehicles access the site. The SE2 car park is expected to reopen semester one 2019.

Blue permit holders are to park in the South-east Four Multi-level (SE4) and South-east Five (SE5) car parks, and the bottom level of the South Two (S2) car park.

Car pool parking has been relocated to the top floor of the SE4 car park and Monash Sport members can park in blue car park areas.

We apologise for any inconvenience.


Caulfield Station - Buses replacing trains

02 Oct 2018

There will be temporary closure of train lines at Caulfield Station from Friday 5 October to Sunday 7 October. During this time, buses will be replacing trains and car parking may be affected.

For your safety:

  • Take extra care while crossing Normanby Rd and Sir John Monash Drive, as many buses will be in operation around Caulfield Station.
  • Obey the direction of Traffic Controllers on Sir John Monash Drive as they control the pedestrian crossing to ensure safe crossing.
  • Parking restrictions will be in place around the University vicinity. Please check parking signage prior to parking your car, as parking in a restricted area will impact the bus operation.


Leaving the door open for cybercrime

27 Sep 2018

It's important to do all you can to stay safe online.

More than 72,000 students and staff are now using multi-factor authentication (MFA).

MFA adds extra security to your Monash account, protecthing you and the University.

Find out why we're asking you to register and why it's important.

Register for MFA


Maintenance impacting computer labs and MoVE Fri 28 September

26 Sep 2018

We're doing some infrastructure maintenance this Friday that will impact access to your documents in student computer labs and on the MOVE platform.

Your files will be unavailable from 8am-8pm on Friday 28 September.

Any files you try to save on computer lab workstations or on MoVE during this maintenance can't be recovered. Instead, please save your files to an external source. In student computer labs we suggest you use either Google Drive or a USB.

If you need help or have any questions about this planned outage please contact Service Desk before the public holiday on Friday.


Holloway: A New Musical

25 Sep 2018

Speaking with an authentic voice to depict modern Australia and the problems young people face, Holloway: A New Musical is a contemporary rock musical presented by Monash Uni Student Theatre (MUST).

Directed by Kathryn Yates (Beautiful ThingJamie and the ATAR) with musical direction by Earl Marrows (Pining for Affection: A Tree MusicalSideliners), it explores the far-reaching impact of mental health on our communities, and asks the question, how do you react when everything you know is turned upside down?

  • Wednesday 3 October–Saturday 13 October at 8pm
  • Post-performance Question and Answers on Tuesday 9 October
  • Additional matinee performance on Saturday 13 October at 2pm

Performances will be held in MUST Space, Campus Centre, Ground Floor West, 21 Chancellors Walk, Clayton. Special ticket prices: $16-$22.

There will be no performances on Sunday 7 or Wednesday 10 October.

Book now


MLIVE - The Sound of Falling Stars

14 Sep 2018

Written and directed by Robyn Archer, The Sound of Falling Stars charts the work and lives of 31 male artists whose impact on our culture and our hearts belied the length of their creative lives. Following a sell-out season at Arts Centre Melbourne, this performance is not to be missed.

  • Thursday 20 September, Friday 21 September and Saturday 22 September
  • 7.30pm
  • Alexander Theatre, 48 Exhibition Walk, Clayton
  • Exclusive $15 student offer. To redeem, simply follow the booking link and present your student ID on collection.

See what else is on by visiting MLIVE!

Book now!


English Connect is now hiring students

10 Sep 2018

Are you outgoing and enthusiastic with great communication skills? English Connect is hiring facilitators for its 2019 academic and conversational English programs.

  • Apply now through Career Gateway.
  • Positions available for undergrads, postgrads and PhD students.
  • Work in a fun, supportive team on campus.

Available jobs include:

Let’s Chat Facilitator

  • Facilitate fun, engaging conversational English group classes
  • Applications close 21 September

Language for Employment

  • Deliver workshops related to professional language and workplace skills
  • Applications close 28 September

Academic English: Writing

  • Assist students with grammar through workshops and one-on-one consultations
  • Applications close5 October

Academic English: Speaking

  • Work with students on public speaking skills, group work and pronunciation
  • Applications close 5 October

Visit our recruitment page now


Reach out on R U OK? Day: Thursday 13 September

10 Sep 2018

R U OK? Day reminds Australians nationwide to reach out to family, friends and workmates who might need a bit of extra support. If someone doesn’t seem themselves, start a conversation – even if it feels a little uncomfortable at first. Remember, we’ve all had our troubles and sharing helps.

To highlight the day, we’re holding events across each campus. Book in at one of our Conversation Cafés for a free hot drink. Take part in a Circus Workshop. Host your own event. Or join in with one of the 95 scheduled activities.

No matter how busy you might be, it’s important to make time for regular open and honest chats about life’s ups and downs. A conversation could change a life

Get involved with R U OK? Day


Vote in the Food and Retail Awards for your chance to win a $100 voucher

05 Sep 2018

Cast your vote for your favourite food and retail place on campus to win a $100 voucher!

Monash Food and Retail Awards (previously known as Dining at Monash Food Award) are now open for voting.

This will mark the eighth year of presenting the best retailers on campus and this year it's bigger than ever! More than 70 vendors are competing in the following six categories:

  • Best service
  • Best value
  • Best coffee
  • Best chips
  • Best non-Clayton retailer
  • Best (non-food) retailer

If you have a favourite coffee shop, know where to eat for less, been enjoying a smile across the counter or just want to support your go-to place on campus, vote now! Take the survey to one of five $100 vouchers. And if that’s not enough, we’ve also got campus retail vouchers up for grabs for the first 100 voters.

Survey ends 30 September. All the 6 award winners will be chosen based on your votes!

Stay up to date by following @monash_foodies on Instagram or the MFR website to find out who wins!

Cast your vote now


Monash Future Thinkers: Towards 2050

03 Sep 2018

We want you to be part of the the conversation about Australia’s future. How will Australia look in 2050? What trends will impact our world? How will you shape our future?

This is your chance to be a part of conversations and questions that will shape the way we live, work and interact as we move toward 2050.

Date: Saturday 15 September

Location: Monash University, Clayton Campus

Cost: $25 for students, including lunch.

For more information head to futurethinkers.org.au

Register today


Are you wanting some help kick-starting your science career?

03 Sep 2018

The Future Scientist Award provides a platform for the brightest up-and-coming scientists to present their ideas and experience to some of the largest companies in Australia.

The winner in each region will receive $1000!

If you're in your final year or have recently graduated, this is your chance to get your career journey underway.

Applications close Friday 14 September.

Apply now


Take our Access and Transport Survey to win a $250 gift voucher!

30 Aug 2018

Got 10 minutes? That’s all you’ll need to complete our 2018 Access and Transport Survey and you’ll go into the draw to win one of three $250 gift vouchers!

  • Survey closes Thursday 12 September
  • Your responses are confidential

Your feedback on how you travel to campus will help us understand overall travel patterns and issues. This information is vital in helping us plan for the future needs of the University.

Take the survey now


Want to use your degree to change the world?

28 Aug 2018

Applications are closing soon for the award-winning Green Steps program run by Monash Sustainable Development Institute. Green Steps offers innovative and practical sustainability training and consultancy projects for ambitious emerging leaders at Monash University.

As part of the program, students will gain the skills and knowledge to transform attitudes and drive change for a more just, sustainable and resilient world. Monash Sustainable Development Institute offers 25 places free of charge to students across all faculties and disciplines.

Applications close at midnight on Monday 3 September.

Apply now


Study Melbourne LIVE projects for International Students - 2018/19

27 Aug 2018

Are you a current International student studying in 2nd year or above? Would you like to develop work based skills and expand your networks in Australia?

Study Melbourne is offering a unique opportunity for a three-week collaborative work project called LIVE Projects. There are a limited number of places and participation is based on a competitive selection process.

You must be available to attend one of the program dates below and an orientation session in Melbourne:

Program date: 19 November - 7 December 2018

Program date: 4 - 22 February 2019

To find out more, how to apply and the selection process, we will be holding information sessions at both Clayton and Caulfield.

Applications for the LIVE Projects close Sunday 2 September at midnight.

Apply on the Study Melbourne website


Learning and Teaching Building and S2 car park closed – Sunday 19 August

15 Aug 2018

The LTB and S2 car park will be closed on Sunday 19 August due to mandatory annual high voltage maintenance works. There will be no electrical power or lighting to these areas during this period.

The bus interchange traffic lights (located between the bus interchange and the LTB) will also be turned off for the day, with security in place to assist with pedestrian access to the bus interchange.
Buses will still be running as per the normal timetable.

Study areas available on the day include the Matheson Library from 10am-5pm and the 24/7 study lab.
These works have been scheduled over the weekend in order to minimise disruption. We thank you for your understanding during this period.


We’re recruiting SDG Coordinators

10 Aug 2018

Do you have an interest and desire to make your university and wider community more sustainable? As part of its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Students Program, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network – Youth (SDSN Youth) is recruiting students to become SDG Coordinators.

  • Open to students aged between 18-30
  • Applications close Thursday 16 August

As an SDG Coordinator, you’ll transform your university into a hub for SDG action. You’ll mobilise motivated students, plan awareness campaigns, organise events and create action spaces. You’ll also be part of a global network of students committed to making the Sustainable Development Goals a reality. Please visit SDSN Youth’s recruitment page for more information.

Apply now


Take the Change the Course survey

10 Aug 2018

Help us improve awareness of our services

We’re working with our students to create an environment that is safe, respectful and caring. Right now we want to know more about how you use and understand the services that are designed to keep you safe.

With a zero tolerance approach to sexual violence we're looking at the effectiveness of University policies and responses to sexual assault and sexual harassment. This survey will help us understand what you know and how we're doing.

Please respond before 21 August. Independent firm Worklogic will administer and gather survey information in an aggregrated manner. No one will be identified in the reporting.

Take the Change the Course survey


Free online skill development

10 Aug 2018

Leap into Leadership Online has been revamped! Check out our brand new location in Moodle, and prepare yourself to stand out from the crowd.

These 12 modules introduce you to the skills that can improve your employability. From goal setting to time management, high-performing teams to event and project management, there’s plenty to choose from, and each module you complete will earn you a certificate.

More than 4,000 Monash students have used Leap into Leadership Online to develop their skills and stand out from the crowd. So, what are you waiting for?

Get started now!


Register for the Social Innovation Summit

02 Aug 2018

The inaugural Social Innovation Summit is taking place at Clayton campus on Saturday 11 August.

It’s an opportunity to learn about sustainable development and social business, and a great starting point for those looking to apply for Monash Sustainable Development Institute’s flagship social business competition Leave No One Behind.

The Summit will provide an introduction to key concepts, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and social business, and will also begin matchmaking teams.

On the day there will be presentations by industry experts, as well as some hands-on teamwork to spark new ideas and build your skills. Come with your passion and ideas – and leave with new friends, collaborators and practical tools to get started.

There is no cost for participating in the Summit. Eligible students and alumni are required to pay a $10 deposit to register for this event, which will be refunded when they turn up on the day.

Register here


#CaptureMonash - Photography Competition

30 Jul 2018

Calling all Monash photographers. Now is your time to shine! We’re looking for the best photos showcasing life at Monash.

Enter the #CaptureMonash photography competition to share your beautiful images that capture something special about the character and personality of Monash life.

The way the light hits a building, a secret study nook, a garden hang-out spot, study abroad experiences, your favourite place to eat...show us your favourite things about Monash.

You could win a HP Sprocket or an Apple MacBook Pro!

The competition is open to students from all of our campuses. For more information on how to enter and to view the T&C's:

#capturemonash


Need help lodging your tax return?

30 Jul 2018

It’s tax time.

If you’d like help lodging your tax return, make an appointment with one of our ATO-trained and accredited student volunteers. They’ll help you complete your tax return online using myTax.

Appointments are free and available on Caulfield and Clayton campus.

Visit Tax help for more information and to book and appointment.


Did you know that you can now print directly from your smartphone or tablet?

30 Jul 2018

We recently released a great new feature across our Monash managed printer fleet. It's called Mobility Print.

To learn how to use this feature follow the full instructions on the how to print for students webpage.

Or watch these how to print videos:
IOS 9.2+
Android 4.4+
Chrome OS 43+


Join the Run for Refugees this Sunday

30 Jul 2018

75 students, staff and alumni are running to raise money this weekend at Run Melbourne.

We're aiming to raise $30,000 to support a student’s education at Monash through the Asylum Seekers Scholarship Fund.

There’s no government support available for families on temporary visas, waiting to have their refugee status processed. Without a scholarship or other major support, students of these families can miss out on further education, their lives put on hold for years at a time.

You can help! Support a runner or team taking part this Sunday, or join them at this amazing community event.

Change a life today


Have you thought about your future career?

30 Jul 2018

Let Career Connect help you start planning!

Our Career Conversations and Workshops will give you:

  • Advice on how to plan your career journey.
  • Industry insights that will help you create a career plan with impact.
  • Resources, tips and tricks to help you build the employability skills you’ll need.

Browse and book in for a session via Career Gateway today.

For more info, head to our Career Success Coaching page.


Prepare for your Career with Workplace Talk

30 Jul 2018

Prepare for finding a job with English Connect's Workplace Talk.

Improve your professional communication – one of the top rated employability skills across all industries!

  • Interview language
  • Communicating with colleagues
  • Networking

Attend 100% of Workplace Talk to be invited to a an exclusive career networking event with business specialists.

Secure your place - workshops book out FAST.

Register now


SwapMe requests close this week

30 Jul 2018

If you’ve submitted a request to swap classes through the SwapMe app, we’re finalising all available swaps on Friday 3 August.

We’ll let you know if we find a match. If you haven’t had a message from the SwapMe app by 5pm, Monday 6 August advising of a successful swap, the timetable you see in Allocate+ will be your final schedule for this semester.

If you still have an issue with your timetable:

  • Check with the unit coordinator whether lecture recordings will be available online. If so, you can access them through Moodle.
  • Talk to your faculty about other options, including choosing live streaming options.

Register now


Grammar and Speaking Workshop Registrations Open!

30 Jul 2018

Registrations are OPEN for English Connect's Speaking and Grammar Workshops!

We have:

  • Grammar to improve your technical writing.
  • Public speaking to succeed at presentations.
  • Group work and discussion workshops to perform your best in tutorials.
  • Friendly and knowledgeable facilitators.

Speak and write with confidence.

Register now


Let's Chat Registrations Open NOW

30 Jul 2018

Make friends, improve your conversational English and learn about Australia and Monash from our friendly peer facilitators.

Classes run Mondays to Thursdays in the afternoons and after registration you can select your class in Allocate+.

Secure your place as classes book up FAST!

Register today


Need to swap classes?

13 Jul 2018

If you don't have the classes you want, or would like to make a swap, go to SwapMe now.

  • Login using your student ID
  • Your timetabled classes will show classes that are available to swap (your full timetable will be viewable in Allocate+.)
  • Only valid swap options should be visible. Click on a class to see options for swapping
  • First in first served! The requests are timestamped. The team at Scheduling Services will review all requests.

If we find a swap you'll be notified before the timetable adjustment period ends on Friday 3 August

The app will work hard to find a match with other students, but there’s no guarantee. Check with your unit coordinator for other options while you’re waiting to hear.

SwapMe


IMPORTANT: Impacts to bus services

12 Jul 2018

Industrial action will again impact bus services operated by CDC Victoria on Friday 13 July.

To manage this disruption:

  • the 601 bus between Clayton campus and Huntingdale train station will run its full service through an alternative operator.
  • the 630 and 900 bus services will operate on a Sunday timetable.

All other bus routes to our campuses will run as usual.

Check with Public Transport Victoria for more information.


Are you rent smart? Breaking your lease

12 Jul 2018

If you need to break your lease before the end of the contract date, what do you do?

  • Check your contract.
  • Give the proper notice period in writing.
  • If it is a fixed term contract, you will be liable to pay the remainder of the lease unless you find someone to replace you.
  • Notice to vacate, what it means.

Visit the off-campus accommodation or Rent-Smart websites for more help with rights and responsibilities and living off campus.