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If you have recently enrolled, you should consult our graduate research orientation page first.

Money Matters

Funding opportunities
Graduate publications award

Academic Support

Academic Integrity
Library guide for graduate research students
Graduate researcher development
Managing research data 
Monash Statistical Consulting Service

Conferences & Travel

Travel information
Conference travel grants
Insurance-business travel

Help from the MGA

Advice & advocacy
Research progress
Graduate student groups (grant scheme)
International graduates
Supervisor relationship
Online orientation

Mental Health Support

MGA x Monash Thrive: a mental health resource for research students
Don’t get caught out – bookmark this tailor-made resource to help you navigate the challenges of being a graduate student.


You can also check out the MGA’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Guide here.

The MGA team

Got a question or request about anything at all? Get in contact with one of our staff members – we’d love to hear from you. Alternatively, drop by the MGA office at Clayton or Caulfield so we can help!

Meet your current elected representatives

Curious to know who’s representing you at the moment? Get to know your elected representatives, what they do and how you can get involved.

Work for the MGA

The MGA employs Monash graduate students to fill the receptionist roles at the Clayton and Caulfield offices. When a vacancy arises we advertise the position through our email newsletter and on our website.

The Monash Graduate Association (MGA) is the representative body for all graduate research and coursework students enrolled at Monash University. So, what sets us apart from the University services? The MGA is an independent, not-for-profit association governed by graduate students, for graduate students. Our primary aim is to be there for you! If you can’t find what you are looking for, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our four Australian campuses stand and their continuing connection to the land on which we live and work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.