Facilities for graduate students
There is a microwave, table tennis table, TV, vending machines, couches and a phone in the student common room at the basement of the Monash Medical School building.
Ian Potter Library
Important information about who can use the Ian Potter Library.
Eat with an Expert Seminar Series
Fortnightly get-together over lunch with speakers giving talks and taking questions on topics that specifically target the needs of AMREP graduate students.
- Watch this space for further updates about our next series coming soon!
MGA advocacy service
MGA advocate Dr. Sunshine Kamaloni is available to AMREP graduate students for confidential consultations via Zoom, phone or email.
To make an appointment, please email MGAemail@example.com
- Find out more about the MGA advocacy and academic support service on our website HERE.
Counselling Service at the Alfred Precinct
University Counselling and Mental Health Programs provides a free telehealth counselling service to support graduate students in the Alfred Precinct.
MGA Virtual Shut Up and Write
Stay motivated and keep your writing on track at our weekly virtual Shut Up and Write sessions for PhD and Masters by Research students. Get your snacks and drinks lined up and log in to join the writing revolution!
Day: Every Tuesday
Time: 11:15am – 1:15pm
- More information and booking link HERE.
AMREP Social Activities
Join our regular gatherings for our Monash research students based at AMREP to connect, exchange ideas and network.
Coffee Social at the Alfred Centre
Fortnightly on Mondays. Get your free coffee in a free MGA mug!
Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm
Venue: New Order Cafe, 12 Commercial Road, Prahran VIC 3181
HDR Social Evening
First Thursday of every month
First beer, wine or non-alcoholic drink is on us!
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Venue: College Lawn Hotel, 36 Greville St, Prahran VIC 3181
- Find out the dates and book your place for these social events HERE.
Can’t make it to our social events? You can also join our Facebook Group to stay connected with other HDR students at Monash.