|About the campus
- Monash University's Sunway campus is a purpose-built facility that opened in 2007
- There are currently almost 5300 students and 691 staff at the campus
- The buildings are disability-friendly and the centrepiece is the three-storey oval-shaped Library and Learning Commons equipped with IT facilities and designed to encourage student interaction
- The landscaping of the campus ensures students learn in a 'green' environment
Library and Learning Commons
- The Library and Learning Commons brings together library and IT facilities in a student-friendly interactive and well-supported environment
- The collection has 51,428 items consisting of books, serials, music and sound recordings
- There are more than 80 computers, including 28 in the training room and five express terminals for quick search and locating items in the catalogue
- Group study areas and a postgraduate and academic space are provided
- Students can access the Monash online databases and collection - 341,829 e-books, 33,991 e-serials, 100,334 e-journals, 6,950 audio visual materials and 1,121 electronic databases as well as online lectures, reading lists and past exams
- The campus has two auditoriums capable of accommodating 350 people each, a 150-capacity plenary theatre , three medium sized lecture theatres for 150 students each, six smaller theatres for 120 students.
- In addition to the PCs in the learning commons, there are 12 computer labs for general use
- Students have access to wireless connectivity on campus
Arts and Social Sciences
- School of Arts and Social Sciences students have at their disposal specialised working areas, including a state-of-the-art radio and TV studio, multimedia lab, journalism lab and communications lab
- School of Business students have a wide range of campus facilities for their studies, including specialised resource areas like the Islamic Banking and Finance resource centre, and online resources
- Two facilities launched in 2013 were the Monash University Sunway Simulated Trading Lab (MUSSTLab) to learn about money markets, and the NeuroBusiness Lab to study consumer behaviour.
- School of Information Technology students benefit from access to additional dedicated IT laboratories.
- The School also offers a networking lab and a specialised multimedia teaching lab
Medicine and Health Sciences
- School of Medicine and Health Sciences students have access to state-of-the-art histopathology and anatomy labs as well as well-equipped learning suites
- The Medical School also incorporates new technologies in medical education, such as digital learning equipment and plastinated specimens (Plastination is a technology where the body, or its parts, are infiltrated and coated with a plastic-like substance that retains their appearance and structure, making them very useful and durable aids for medical studies)
- Medical research clusters include specific research labs for Cancer Research, Toxicology, Infectious Diseases, Diabetes and Endocrinology, and Epidemiology
- The Brain Research Institute at Monash Sunway campus (BRIMS) is one of the region's leading neuroscience institutes and the University's centre for neuroscience research
- The Clinical School is in the grounds of the Sultanah Aminah Hospital in Johor Baru and offers a clinical skills lab, specimen lab, pathology resource room, library, student common area, an open learning centre and a 70-seat lecture theatre.
- The campus has 40 School of Science labs for teaching and research
- Labs include Applied Immunology and Pathology, Animal Tissue Culture, Plant Tissue Culture, Genetics, Herbarium, Microbiology, Human Physiology, Biochemistry and more
- More than 70 other rooms provide support to the labs, offering space for specialised instruments, an animal house, photomicroscopy, Drosophila fly rooms, rooms for tissue culture, cold rooms, etc