Monash University

Monash University was established in 1958 and is a part of Group of Eight  Australia. It has a number of departments which provide a variety of courses to its students in subjects like engineering, law, business and economics, medicine, nursing, education, science and IT.
A total number of 54,361 undergraduate and 28,701 postgraduate students are studying at the University. International students at the university are 27,403.
Over the years, the University has produced successful graduates. The famous alumni of the university include Anna Burke (Former Speaker of Australian House of Representatives), David de Krester (Governor of Australia) and Doug Chappel (Comedian, Actor).
Location: Melbourne  (28.8 km away from Melbourne Airport)
Connectivity: Through car/public transport/connected to Melbourne airport
Campuses: Three: Clayton campus, Melbourne city campus, Caulfield campus.
Law, Arts, Natural and Physical Sciences, Environmental studies, Business, Commerce, Health, Medical Studies, Engineering, Computer Science, Society and Culture
Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 22 to 24 Lakh/year  OrBetween 40,550 and 44,230 Australian dollars annually
Times Ranking: 84th
Entry requirements: 

  • English language requirements: IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/CAE
  • Australian year 12/international Baccalaureate diploma/GCE A-level/Indian School Certificate (ISC Year 12) or equivalent qualification.