Monash University is one of the world’s leading international education institutions. Established in Melbourne, Australia, just 50 years ago, Monash has quickly developed a worldwide reputation for excellence in education.
Monash has an extensive global reach. It was the first foreign university to establish a campus in Malaysia.
Courses at Monash University Malaysia are accredited in Malaysia and in Australia. This ensures a flexible and supported education that is locally relevant and internationally accepted. Our outstanding schools offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in arts, business, engineering, information technology, medicine and health sciences, pharmacy and science.
The Monash approach
A Monash University education will teach you to think differently and give you the confidence to meet life’s challenges. You will learn from top academics, be encouraged to contribute your ideas, and develop leadership skills.
About our campus
The Monash University Malaysia was set up in Malaysia in 1998. Growing quickly from just a few hundred students, it now has approximately 7,500 students from 70 countries and a purpose-built, state-of-the-art campus completed in 2007. Sunway City is a bustling township that has gained a reputation as a hub for higher education. It offers a vibrant, secure and friendly student environment that reflects the uniqueness and diversity of living in Malaysia.
Global presence and industry partnerships
As a globally-connected University, Monash University has more than 100 partner universities around the world, and campuses on four continents – Australia, Asia, Africa, and Europe. Students can take advantage of international mobility schemes as part of their course.
Monash Malaysia has established strong links with industry and government. From collaborating with industry partners to create safer medical devices to partnering with Sunway Medical Centre to grant students internship opportunities, we are at the forefront of research and education which seeks real-world solutions to address national and international priorities.
Our campus at Bandar Sunway was built with the specific teaching and learning needs of our students and staff in mind. Apart from shared resources such as the Library and Learning Commons, IT facilities and modern teaching spaces, each of our outstanding schools has specialist infrastructure to support innovative teaching and world-class research.
Classes at Monash University Malaysia include lectures in the following spaces:
- two large auditoriums (350 people each)
- a 150-capacity plenary theatre
- three medium lecture theatres (150 students each)
- six smaller theatres (120 students each)
- Tutorials and workshops take place in modern teaching spaces that support small-group discussion and interaction.