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Monash College

CRICOS Code 00008C

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Get ready
Get ready for University, for success and for life with Monash College. We are a pathway to Monash University, Australia’s largest university. As a preferred pathway to university for international students, we offer foundation study programs and English language courses, diplomas, pathway courses, professional experience programs, and more.

Study areas
Your journey starts here. Whatever degree you want to study at Monash University – from arts and business, to science and engineering – we’ll help you get there. Start your journey to a world top 100 university.

•Art, design and architecture
•Arts, humanities and social sciences
•English language
•Information technology
•Medicine, nursing and health sciences
•Pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences

*Based on meeting the subject prerequisites, entry and citizenship requirements.

Life at Monash College
Life at Monash College is more than an academic experience. Here, you will live and study with students from more than 100 countries. Experience the exciting Melbourne lifestyle of parks, cafes and festivals, and see why so many international students love Melbourne.

We have three campuses in Melbourne. You'll find facilities like convertible classrooms and modern study areas, which help you learn in exciting new ways. You’ll also find lots of places to do your assignments, borrow books and have lunch with your friends. Whichever campus you study at, you’ll be part of a dynamic Monash community.

•Clayton campus - Clayton has around 26,000 students and is the largest of all Monash campuses. Here you’ll find four libraries, a lively campus centre, a sports complex and shops. Our diploma students study at Clayton

•Melbourne city campus - Our city campus is in the heart of Melbourne so you’ll be close to transport, libraries and museums. Monash University Foundation Year students and some of our English language students study at the city campus.

•Caulfield campus - Caulfield is the University’s second largest campus and is just a short train ride from Melbourne’s city centre. Diploma of Art & Design students study at Caulfield.

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