Monash University was established in Melbourne in 1985 and named after Sir John Monash. The University focuses on international excellence in research and education. Being an internationalised, enterprising, and inclusive university, Monash University has a local and global impact. The pride of the University is a diverse range of professional and academic staff which is over 18000. The reputation among the world’s leading universities is high. It is ranked 1st in Australia (Reuters' Most Innovative Universities in Asia-Pacific, 2019) and 64th in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2021). Group of Eight includes Monash University as a member of an alliance of leading Australian universities.
Students can learn undergraduate, double degrees, graduate degrees, research degrees, and professional development programmes at Monash. The Monash research community provides outstanding and groundbreaking research work and innovation in various study areas. The University offers ten major faculties:
- Art, design & architecture;
- Business & Economics;
- Information technology;
- Medicine, nursing & health sciences;
- Pharmacy & pharmaceutical sciences;
Monash University is Australia’s largest university that encompasses eight campuses, including campuses in Melbourne and international campuses in Malaysia and Indonesia. Southeast University (Monash University Joint Graduate School, China), the Prato Centre (Italy), and the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) have partnered with Monash University.