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Fri 31st May

AMREP Coffee Social | Friday
11am - noon
New Order Cafe, 12 Commercial Road, Prahran VIC 3181
Join our regular gatherings for our Monash research students based at AMREP to connect, exchange ideas and network.

Thu 6th June

Pub Night for graduate students @ Alfred Centre
4pm - 6pm
College Hotel lawn, 36 Greville St, Prahran VIC 3181
Join our regular gatherings for our Monash research students based at AMREP to connect, exchange ideas and network.

Tue 11th June

St Kilda Road Coffee Social
noon - 1pm
Cafe Ella, 553 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
Are you a PhD or Masters student based at St Kilda Road? If so, you should definitely join one of our coffee social gatherings that are just for you!
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