Reach your full potential and be inspired by brilliant minds with Arts graduate studies. We offer a suite of degrees spanning master's by coursework, master's by research or PhDs (both traditional and practice-based).
We give you a range of double degree options with our Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Global Studies and Bachelor of Music. You can also complete a Bachelor of Arts / Master's double degree in just four years.
Thinking about coming to Australia as part of your degree or to complete a full degree here? Monash Arts offers a great range of subjects and study options in Australia, and international credit options too.
Get hands-on experience and study credit. You can choose from a range of internship opportunities from our industry partnerships around the world, and scholarships and funding options are also available.
Broaden your mind with new ideas, new people, and new cultures. With over 100 university partnerships worldwide, a Centre in Prato, Italy, and a campus in Malaysia, you're spoilt for choice with programs from just two weeks to two semesters.
Our research addresses the importance of local and global issues, advancing our understanding of the world. In partnership with government, industry, not-for-profit organisations and other universities, we work to improve lives and make a profound impact.
Three Monash Arts programs have been recognised with significant New Colombo Plan funding: the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Global Studies signature Global Immersion Guarantee program, the Bachelor of Criminology ‘Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia’ study trip to Myanmar, and the Bachelor of Global Studies ‘Leadership for Social Change’ study tour to Borneo.
As one of the recipients of the 2019 Churchill Fellowships, Dr Carland is set to travel the world in 2020, meeting and working with the world’s leading experts in the fight against bigotry with the aim of shaping practical strategies for combating toxic anti-Muslim sentiment in Australia.
Professor Lynette Russell AM, Director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, has been announced as the deserving recipient of a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellowship. Her project, ‘Global Encounters and First Nations Peoples: 1000 Years of Australian History’, has been awarded $2.94million over five years.
When it came time for social research designer and Raydon Scholar Kate McEntee to choose her PhD panel, she knew that she needed experts from the humanities to help her challenge the meaning of ‘human’ in human centred design. Enter Stacy Holman Jones, Professor at Monash Arts’ Centre for Theatre and Performance.
Many Indigenous languages in Australia were forbidden by early language policies that only allowed the use of English. As a result, they have either been lost or lain dormant for generations. Alice Gaby, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Monash Arts, is fighting for their reclamation.