Monash University is a modern, global, research-intensive university, delivering education and research excellence in Australia and across the world.
We create lasting global change by collaborating with universities, governments and industry through innovation and enterprise to advance new ideas and translate exciting technologies. Our Strategic Plan, Impact 2030, charts the path towards realising our purpose through research and education to address the challenges of the age – climate change, geopolitical security and thriving communities – for the betterment of present and future generations.
Monash has four Australian campuses – Clayton, Caulfield, Parkville and Peninsula – on the lands of the Kulin Nations. We’re committed to helping build a society that recognises, respects and includes Indigenous peoples, cultures and knowledge by working with and celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and Indigenous peoples of other places where Monash has a campus or major presence.
We also have campuses in Malaysia and Indonesia (the first foreign university ever established in both countries), campuses in partnership with universities (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and Southeast University) in Mumbai, India, and Suzhou, China, and a major centre in Prato, Italy. This growing global network enriches our education and research, and nurtures deep, enduring relationships across the world.
Our global reputation for education and research excellence ranks us in the world’s top-50 universities in the 2022-23 US News and World Report Best Global Universities Rankings (37th) and the 2023 Times Higher Education World University Rankings (44th). We are a founding member of Australia’s Group of Eight, and a member of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities.