At the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) you can introduce yourself to fields within arts and social sciences with premier communication and journalism courses. For example, you can choose to:
- study Malaysian cinema – its history, culture, traditions and links with other cinematic cultures
- learn about a range of human rights and social justice issues
- apply for internship and career opportunities with non-government organisations.
The School of Business has a reputation for research excellence across a diverse range of areas. As a leader in business analytics, the school has an international focus and strong links to industry. Our alumni network numbers over 250,000 and our students graduate job-ready for the knowledge economy.
Degrees offered in the School are recognised by prestigious international organisations including Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and more.
The School of Engineering offers a wide range of activities, including links to voluntary professional societies and organisations such as Engineers Abroad. This initiative gives second-year students the opportunity to spend one or two semesters studying abroad.
From the moment our new students arrive, they have access to support to help them settle into university life. For example, under the school’s ‘Buddy-Buddee’ program, new students are guided by seniors through their first year.
The engineering programs at Malaysia campus are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council (Malaysia) and Engineers Australia.
At the School of Information Technology, our courses prepare you to live and work in an international world. We continue to develop our relationships with industry partners to help our students make the next steps in their career.
Students in the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences benefit from teaching that is informed by a wide variety of biomedical and clinical research and strengthened by cross-disciplinary collaboration. The school has set up its own advanced research labs spearheading research in diabetes, molecular medicine, toxicology and oncology.
Monash University Malaysia is also pioneering brain research at its neurosciences research facility, the Brain Institute Monash Sunway (BRIMS).
Our Bachelor of Pharmacy degree is almost identical to the highly respected course, delivered at Monash’s Parkville campus in Melbourne, Australia, by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with whom we have close teaching and research ties.
Headed by Professor Dr Kenneth Lee Kwing Chin, we boast strong links with local and international drug makers and universities, allowing us to develop exciting global research, exchange and support programs.
Our progressive approach to teaching, which combines modern technology, face-to-face classes and extensive clinical experience, provides a rewarding and challenging educational experience for all our students.
In the School of Science, we believe that scientists are willing to imagine an alternate future. In the pursuit of excellence, they set new standards which can:
- influence technological developments
- improve health and social wellbeing
- support environmental sustainability
- advance industrial practices.
Our students have access to more than 40 state-of-the-art laboratories and a chance to make discoveries large and small through world-class research and teachers.