Facilities and Important Resources for Graduate Research Students
The following factors are considered in allocating office space:
- Candidature stage (those in the final stages may be given priority)
- Frequency of use (students who anticipate using office space more regularly are given preference)
- Need for space (suitable work space unavailable elsewhere)
- Progress on your research and thesis.
Sometimes there is a waiting period due to high demand for a permanent study desk. Hot desks are available in the interim at both Clayton and Caulfield, in rooms accessed with a pin access code that you can obtain from your Program Administrator. Computers and printers are available for your use in these rooms.
Clayton hot desks:
- Room S603, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk
- PhD Hub, 27 Sports Walk
- Graduate Student Hub, 21 Sports Walk.
Caulfield hot desks:
- Room B4. Building 41
- Room H5, Building 57.
- Academic and general misconduct
- Academic progress
- Course quality
- Grievance process
- Intellectual property
- Research progress
Monash promotes access and equity for students who have a disability or an ongoing medical condition.
You can view the full list of services provided by the Disability Support Services by visiting their website.
As a graduate research student you can download a range of free software packages from eSolutions to assist you with your research.