To enter any course at Monash College or Monash University, you’ll need a minimum standard of English. If you need help, don’t worry. We specialise in teaching English to international students. You’ll learn the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills you need for your Monash studies. Plus, you can enjoy living in Melbourne, one of the world’s most liveable cities!*
*The Economist (2021).
Monash English: A 10–60 week course to help you meet the English language requirements for entry into foundation year, diplomas or a Monash University course.
Monash English Bridging: A 10–20 week course if you have met the academic requirements but have narrowly missed the English language requirements. This course is right for you if you want to study a Monash College diploma or a Monash University undergraduate or graduate degree.
Introductory Academic Program: A five-week course to develop your confidence, critical thinking and study skills before you start at Monash University. It will also prepare you for the Australian learning environment.
Meet Shota (Japan)
SHOTA NAKAKUBO, JAPAN
"I was really nervous before my first class because my English was not fluent. My teachers and classmates were so kind and helpful. The other students would open their dictionaries and help to translate words for me. Looking back, it was good to step out of my comfort zone because it made me progress faster."
How we teach
MONASH UNIVERSITY ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTRE
"Students have academic discussions about the weekly theme. These discussions have clear goals, for example, using target vocabulary or supporting an opinion. The groups record their discussions to determine whether they've met the communication goals. They also identify points of improvement for the second recording. Recording helps students to see how they're communicating their ideas."
KAI KONG CHAN (CHONG), HONG KONG
MONASH ENGLISH BRIDGING
DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
"Because I completed Monash English Bridging, I was so well prepared before I started my academic studies. Classes were conducted on campus so I became familiar with the university life and culture, and made new friends. I learnt how to write an academic essay, which was essential for assessment. My teachers even helped me learn how to take notes during a lecture!"