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Join the MGA working group on reasonable adjustments for HDR students living with a disability

Express your interest to make a difference


If you’re a graduate student at Monash living with a disability, engaged in research on disability or if disability has touched your life in some way, we would like to hear from you.

The MGA is putting together a working group on reasonable adjustments for HDR students with a disability. This working group will be led by our Graduate Policy and Liaison Officer. We will be hosting regular meetings which members are expected to attend and actively participate in. Our aim is to create an information booklet which will serve as a vital resource for the entire Monash community to ensure comprehensive support for those students. 

Your insights are important. Please fill out the form below to register your interest in joining our working group.



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For more information contact the MGA Rep Liaison Officer,


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