Named after engineer, military leader and public administrator Sir John Monash, Monash University was established by an Act of Parliament in 1958. When the first students began their studies at the foundation campus in Clayton in 1961, Monash became the first university established in the state of Victoria in over 100 years.
From that single campus at Clayton with fewer than 400 students, Monash has grown into a network of campuses, education centres and partnerships spanning the globe. With over 62,000 students (and 250,000 almuni) from over 170 countries, they are today Australia's largest university.
The University now offers a broad selection of courses within 10 faculties: Art and Design; Arts; Business and Economic; Education; Engineering; Information Technology; Law; Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences; Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; and Science. – less
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