Monash University
Monash University

Important Facts

  • Student Enrollment:


  • Faculty:


  • Sponsored Projects:


  • Male to Female Ratio:


  • Alumni :


  • Increase in Admission:


  • Applicant Count:


  • International Students:


  • Establishment:



  • University Offices:
    Wellington Rd & Blackburn Rd, Clayton VIC 3800, Australia
  • Telephone:
    +61 3 9902 6000
  • Fax:
    +60 3 5514 6001
  • website

The Monash University, located in Melbourne, Australia- is a public research university. It was founded in 1958 and is a member of the ASAIHL (Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning), Australia’s Group of Eight and M8 Alliance of Academic Health Centers, Universities and National Academics. Monash has an endowment of $1.875 billion.

The staff at Monash University produce every year, about 3000 research publications. There are around 150 fields on which research is done. Monash has 120 research institutes and centers such as the Australian Stem Cell Centre and the Australian Synchrotron. It is known for many major developments that were achieved on the campus, some of which are the world’s first IVF (In- Vitro Fertilization) and discovery of Relenza (Zanamivir)- the anti- influenza drug.

In 2014/15, the university had around 70,000 students and 6769 faculty members. 36% of the total number of students enrolled, constituted of the off- shore students. It has various centers at Victoria- Australia, Malaysia, Prato- Italy, Mumbai- India, and Jiangsu Province- China. At some other locations such as South Africa, courses from the university are delivered. Prominent alumni of the university are Brad Mckay, David Williamson, George Pell, Graeme Pearman and Andrew Prentice.