Graduate Coursework

Get your career moving with specialist know-how and practical skills employers look for. Our graduate courses equip you with a wealth of global and local experience.

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One year master's option – domestic and international students

You now have the option to fast track your Monash Arts master's by coursework in just one year!

Especially suited for those with an industry background, this option reduces the time you will be out of the workforce. It is also well suited for international students wishing to minimise time away from home and reduce costs associated with living in Australia.

Enhance your career prospects

All of our Master's coursework degrees provide students with the option to:

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News

Monash University news

Global Immersion Guarantee in India: Gateway to cultural understanding

The first group of Global Immersion Guarantee students have just returned from India! The Global Immersion Guarantee (GIG) is a two-week overseas study trip that encourages students to consider their unique place in the world by tackling major global issues such as urban development and environmental sustainability.

12 December 2018

Monash Arts partners with TISS Mumbai in collaborative exchange

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Monash Arts was thrilled to last week present the Liveable Diversity Summit in partnership with Settlement Services International alongside The Victorian Government, Australian

19 November 2018

Monash Arts presents inaugural Liveable Diversity Summit

Victoria is known as one of the most diverse and liveable places on earth, so what can the world learn from Victoria about liveable diversity, and vice versa?

19 November 2018

Professor Sharon Pickering, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, elected as a Fellow to the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Monash Arts extends warm congratulations to Professor Sharon Pickering, who has been elected as a Fellow to the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia for her prominent societal contributions to Criminology.

8 October 2018
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