Job Opportunity with English Connect Monash


English Connect provides excellence in English in a cultural context, inclusive practices and student experience. It enhances Monash-wide student engagement by providing lively classroom environments, peer learning and flexible real-world situations to enrich students’ assuredness in Australia. All of their programs are peer to peer, and are delivered by current students at the university.

This is where you come into play! English Connect has multiple positions open for new facilitators in 2018. Hop onto their website for more details regarding the specific roles available!

Any student who will still be a Monash student for the whole of 2018 is eligible to apply as long as they possess skills and expertise as outlined in the key selection criteria.

The application process closes on September 30 2017 at 5pm.


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Are you going to be in 2nd year in 2018? Apply for the Science Future Leaders Program

Written by Aidan Matthews and Tracey Byron

Science discovery, Industry engagement, and Leadership Development. Monash University’s Science Future Leader’s Program offers all that and so much more.

The Science Future Leaders Program is a leadership and skills based training program that allows 2nd year Science students to develop fresh new skills.

A constantly growing initiative, each year the program welcomes a new cohort of 2nd Year Science Students who will spend the year learning, working and growing together. Moreover, the program allows for 2nd Year Science students from the various disciplines of science to form friendships, share knowledge about their fields, and develop professional teamwork skills.

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Diversity & Inclusion Week at Monash

Monday 28 August – Friday 1 September 2017. 

​The week celebrates our diverse community and strengthens our inclusive culture. It’s about helping to create an environment of involvement, respect and connection through sharing and learning from one another.

We have highlighted some of our most anticipated events below, which we think you will enjoy.

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Science Industry Week 2017 is back!

Hi All

This year we will once again run our Science Industry Nights for each school.

This will be a fantastic and exciting event and an excellent opportunity to hear about career options with a science degree.

We have over 40 industry participating across the week

Attend Science Industry Week and:

  • Learn about a diverse range of careers in science
  • Hear from panel speakers, industry and Monash alumni about science jobs
  • Ask questions about working in industry Network with industry, panel speakers, Monash students, staff and alumni Enjoy
    free food and drinks

For further information and bookings for this evening event, please click on the link below.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards

Lisa Happell (Careers, Leadership and Volunteering)

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Curie, Meitner, Lamarr – Indivisible


It’s hard to believe but women in the 20th century were once perceived as incapable of advanced abstract thought – yet they were responsible for some of the world’s greatest scientific discoveries.

Monash University’s Faculty of Science, in conjunction with the School of Physics and Astronomy, is proud to present the international play ‘Curie, Meitner, Lamarr – Indivisible’ as part of National Science Week in August. There are 2 sessions, on the 15th and 16th of August and tickets are FREE!


Dates and locations

Tues, 15 August


Lecture Theatre Central 1 (C1)

Monash University Clayton Campus, Wellington Road , Clayton, Victoria

Wed, 16 August


Monash Cinema

Monash University Clayton Campus, Wellington Road , Clayton, Victoria

Learn more about the lives of these three women pioneers at:

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Teach For Australia

Want to change the world with your Science degree?

Students aren’t getting involved in science. Only half of Year 12 students now study science, compared to nine out of 10 in the 1990s. You could change this.

Teach For Australia offers an award-winning two year Leadership Development Program, a Master of Teaching on scholarship, and full salary and benefits as you work as a teacher in a disadvantaged school. Every day you’ll get to share your love of science and empower the next generation of problem solvers.

TFA’s Leadership Development Program turns grad program on its head. You’ll get the responsibility, stakeholder manager and possibility to create change right from Day One. As TFA alum, you’ll have the skills and experience to set yourself apart when you re-enter the job market.

Applications close on the 20th of August.

To apply or to find out more about Australia’s Best Graduate Development Program and the only not-for-profit organisation in the 2016 Top 40 Graduate Employers in Australia, go to

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Honours in Science at Monash

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Honours will give you a competitive advantage in your career. Most importantly, Honours will give you the first big chance to ‘stretch your legs’ on your very own project. It will also give you an excellent preparation for a higher degree by research (research master’s, or the PhD) to further consolidate your communication and research skills, hone your project management and problem-solving ability, and make you stand out from the crowd as a future leader in your field.

As an honours student you will work one-on-one with an academic on a research project. Academics are excited about their research and take great pride in mentoring the next generation of scientists.
This degree aims to provide students with a higher level of experience in independent analysis and research in their chosen field of expertise. This experience has vocational aims, but also provides a preparation for study
by coursework and/or research for the higher degrees of Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy. The honours course is available in most of the science areas of study offered in the Bachelor of Science pass

The honours program involves coursework through seminars and a major research project. Depending on the area of specialisation, you can begin in either semester one or semester two in any year. It is normally completed in one year of full-time study. Two years of part-time study may be available in some areas of study.

Successful completion of a Bachelor of Science (or equivalent) with at least distinction average (70 percent) in 24 points of level three units (or equivalent) in the intended honours discipline.

Due to competition for projects and limited places, students may require a higher average to gain entry to an Honours program in some disciplines. Approval for a suitable project and supervisor must be obtained and most schools require you to complete a project preference form. The level three units upon which admission to the Honours program is based must have been completed no more than five years prior to commencement of the

You do not need to complete your double degree with the BSc to undertake an Honours program. If you have completed at least 144 points of your studies, including all requirements of your science component, you can apply for entry into Honours.


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Welcome Back!

Scapegoat’s up and running yet again for another semester and the team here hope that we can put up more interesting and relevant content for your enjoyment.

This semester, our content ranges from career advice, resume & CV tips to embarking on a PhD, so keep a look out for these upcoming bites!


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