Campuses and maps
The Berwick campus is renowned for its strong sense of community and outstanding learning support. Students enjoy a modern learning environment and access to a range of support services. The campus boasts strong links to leading corporate, industry and government organisations and is home to a specialised suite of industry-driven programs sought after by employers world-wide. The Faculty of Education is introducing new specialised study programs at Berwick from 2012. For more information, please visit the Berwick campus website.
The Clayton campus is our largest campus, and it shows in the rich vibrant atmosphere. It’s busy at every turn, from the campus centre cafes to the Matheson library. The Faculty of Education operates a well-equipped Teaching/Technology Learning Centre (TLC) called ‘the Learning Space’. At the Learning Space, students have access to generous group and individual work spaces, AV equipment, media workshops, and services such as laminating, binding and printing. You can travel to the Clayton campus by public transport, cycle along the nearby Scotchman’s Creek trail, or you can take advantage of the Monash freeway. For more information, please visit the Clayton campus website.
Set on 63 hectares of landscaped grounds, the Gippsland campus is our only nonmetropolitan campus. Located in Churchill, in the foothills of the picturesque Strzelecki Ranges, the campus is around two hours from Melbourne. The campus places a strong emphasis on meeting regional skills needs with focus on global trends. The Faculty of Education offers specialist undergraduate and postgraduate programs and research opportunities at the campus, with an emphasis on primary and secondary education. The Faculty also offers a unique masters program in Regional Education and Community Development, which is delivered entirely online. For more information, please visit the Gippsland campus website.
With its coastal location, the Peninsula campus puts you in a relaxed frame of mind. The Faculty boasts a fully-equipped sports lab and a well-appointed Teaching/Technology Learning Centre (TLC). The Peninsula campus is within easy reach of Frankston railway station with the free university-run shuttle bus delivering you directly to and from the campus. Alternatively the Mornington Peninsula freeway and Eastlink make it easily accessible by car. In 2012 Monash introduced a new $12.8 million activity and recreation centre at the Peninsula campus. The six-star energy rated Monash Peninsula Activity and Recreation Centre (MPARC) provides state-of-the-art sporting facilities as well as specialised teaching and research areas for students and staff. For more information, please visit the Peninsula campus website.