Diplomas students achieve excellence
Five Monash College Melbourne students received Global Excellence Awards at the Diplomas Certificate Ceremony, on Wednesday 16 March.
The most prestigious prize in Monash College Diplomas, the awards recognise the highest achieving students completing each Diploma through our programs globally.
Award recipient, Marina Kobayashi, spoke on behalf of the student community.
'Monash College has been the ideal pathway to Monash University,' she said. 'It provided so many opportunities for learning outside the classroom.
'It has also been a wonderful opportunity and responsibility to both teach my peers and to experience such diverse perspectives,' she said of our Business Law mentoring program, which enables students to lead classes as a development and learning opportunity.
Marina also won a Monash University Scholarship, contributing $6,000 toward her studies. She has commenced the Bachelor of International Business in semester one this year.
Award recipient, Marina Kobayashi
Director, Monash College Diplomas, Dr Muyesser Durur, celebrated each student's journey as 190 students received their Diplomas Certificate in front of family and friends.
'Your success is our success; your learnings, our learnings,' she said. 'Come back and share your knowledge, your experience and your achievements with us any time.'
In 2015, 650 students completed their Diploma and enrolled in a Monash University degree. The program continues to grow and more than 800 students have commenced studies in 2016.
Three award winners at the ceremony in Clayton. From left: Linda, Marina and Yunpeng
Our Student Administration team with Diplomas Director Muyesser Durur (centre) and Team Leader Student Tranistion, Mohan Nair (L)