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The Monash University is one of eight leading Australian universities (Group of Eight ) and besides the University of Melbourne one of the two major universities in Melbourne, the capital of the Australian state of Victoria.
It was founded in 1958 in Clayton, a suburb of Melbourne. It was named after John Monash, an Australian engineer and general in the First World War.
Management and faculties
The university is headed by a Vice-Chancellor and President, to include in the line 14 Furthermore, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and three vice-presidents and the president of the Academic Board. The line is the University responsible, which sets the guidelines together and is responsible for financial planning and academic affairs.
The Monash is divided into ten departments, which in turn are divided into departments:
- Faculty of Art and Design
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Economics
- Faculty of Information Technology
- Faculty of Pharmacy.
Monash University consists of eight campuses, including in Malaysia, South Africa and Europe:
- In Australia: Berwick campus
- Caulfield campus
- Clayton campus
- Gippsland campus
- Parkville campus
- Peninsula campus