Monash University

Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Honours)

Monash University

Institution
Institution Title :
Monash University
Local Title :
Monash University
Institution Type :
Government
Country :
Australia
Location :
Melbourne
Website :
https://www.monash.edu.au
Total Number of Students :
86,000
Course
Course Title :
Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Honours)
Program :
Bachelor Honours Degree of Other Health
Level :
Bachelor Honours Degree
Faculty :
Health
Broad Field :
Health
Narrow Field :
Other Health
Detailed Field :
Nutrition and Dietetics
Foundation Studies :
No
Work Component :
No
Course Language :
English
Duration (Weeks) :
52 weeks
Tuition Fees Range :
38,300 AUD
Dual Qualification :
No
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Address :
Central Admissions
Monash Connect, Clayton Campus
21 Chancellors Walk, Campus Centre,
Monash University
Clayton
Victoria  3800
Title: Monash University

Monash University is a public university based in Melbourne. It was founded in 1958 and is the second oldest university in Victoria. The university has four campuses in Victoria at Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula, and Parkville.

Monash is a member of Australia's Group of Eight research universities, consistently in the top 100 Universities worldwide. Monash is a modern, global, research-intensive university, delivering education and research excellence in Australia and across the Indo-Pacific. Making a positive impact on today's global challenges – whether that’s by mitigating climate change, easing geopolitical insecurity or fostering healthy communities.

 Monash has 10 teaching faculties, these incorporate the university's major departments of teaching and research centres.

Art, Design and Architecture

  • Department of Fine Art
  • Department of Design
  • Department of Architecture

Arts

  • School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics (LLCL)
  • School of Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ)
  • School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies (SOPHIS)
  • School of Social Sciences (SOSS)
  • Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music and Performance

Business and Economics

  • Department of Accounting
  • Department of Banking and Finance
  • Department of Business Law and Taxation
  • Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Management
  • Department of Marketing

Education

Engineering

  • Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Department of Civil Engineering
  • Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
  • Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Information Technology

Law

Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

  • Central Clinical School
  • Clinical Sciences at Monash Health
  • Eastern Health Clinical School
  • Monash School of Medicine
  • School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • School of Primary and Allied Health Care
  • School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
  • School of Rural Health
  • School of Biomedical Sciences
  • School of Psychological Sciences

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Science

  • School of Biological Sciences
  • School of Chemistry
  • School of Earth, Atmosphere & Environment
  • School of Mathematics
  • School of Physics & Astronomy

Rankings

#57 in the World, Times World University Rankings 2022

#58 in the World, QS World University Rankings 2022

#80 in the World, Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021

#48 US News and World Report 2021

#66 in the world, QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020

Rankings by Subject

QS World University Rankings 2021

No 4 in Australia and 32nd in the World for Accounting and Finance

No 5 in Australia and 37th in the World for Anatomy and Physiology

No 4 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Archaeology

No 6 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Architecture & Built Environment

No 4 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Art & Design

No 4 in Australia and 49th in the World for Arts and Humanities

No 4 in Australia and 65th in the World for Biological Sciences

No 4 in Australia and 45th in the World for Business and Management

No 1 in Australia and 36th in the World for Chemistry

No 5 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Communication & Media Studies

No 6 in Australia and 76th in the World for Computer Science and Information Systems

No 4 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Development Studies

No 7 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Earth & Marine Sciences

No 3 in Australia and 35th in the World for Economics

No 2 in Australia and 15th in the World for Education & Training

No 1 in Australia and 31st in the World for Chemical Engineering

No 3 in Australia and 23rd in the World for Civil & Structural Engineering

No 5 in Australia and 68th in the World for Electrical & Electronic Engineering

No 4 in Australia and 73rd in the World for Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering

No 5 in Australia and 15th in the World for Mineral & Mining Engineering

No 3 in Australia and 58th in the World for Engineering & Technology

No 4 in Australia and 47th in the World for English Language and Literature

No 6 in Australia and 76th in the World for Environmental Sciences

No 5 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Geography

No 7 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Geology

No 6 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Geophysics

No 4 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for History

No 5 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Hospitality & Leisure Management

No 5 in Australia and 40th in the World for Law & Legal Studies

No 2 in Australia and 40th in the World for Library & Information Management

No 3 in Australia and 35th in the World for Life Sciences & Medicine

No 5 in Australia and 59th in the World for Linguistics

No 1 in Australia and 34th in the World for Materials Sciences

No 5 in Australia and 66th in the World for Mathematics

No 3 in Australia and 36th in the World for Medicine

No 4 in Australia and 61st in the World for Modern Languages

No 5 in Australia and 76th in the World for Natural Sciences

No 3 in Australia and 15th in the World for Nursing

No 3 in Australia and 35th in the World for Performing Arts

No 1 in Australia and 2nd in the World for Pharmacy & Pharmacology

No 4 in Australia and 29th in the World for Philosophy

No 4 in Australia and 115th in the World for Physics & Astronomy

No 4 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Politics

No 7 in Australia and 51st in the World for Psychology

No 4 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Social Policy & Administration

No 5 in Australia and 46th in the World for Social Sciences & Management

No 4 in Australia and 45th in the World for Sociology

No 3 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Statistics

Monash has six campuses in Victoria at the following locations:

Clayton campus

Clayton campus has around 26,000 students and is the largest of all eight campuses. It is located 20km south-east of Melbourne. Clayton is the largest of Monash University's campuses. Eight faculties are represented here. The campus offers a rich array of sporting, cultural, and educational events and facilities, and has a proud record of achievement in fostering collaborative research projects.

Caulfield campus

Caulfield campus is Monash University's second largest campus, nine kilometres south-east of Melbourne. Caulfield campus is Monash University's second largest campus, offering a diverse range of education opportunities. The campus offers a diverse range of education from five faculties and a wide range of undergraduate, graduate/postgraduate and research programs is available in many disciplines.

Peninsula campus

Peninsula campus is Monash University's third largest campus. It is about 40km south of Melbourne and has around 3500 students. Peninsula campus specialises in nursing, physiotherapy, paramedicine, occupational therapy, education and business administration courses.

Parkville campus

The Parkville campus has recently undergone a $50 million redevelopment, which includes new world-class research laboratories and teaching space. The close contact between staff and students on this specialist campus fosters a supportive community in the heart of Australia's top health and biomedical precinct.

Parkville neighbours include major hospitals, the University of Melbourne, the Comprehensive Cancer Centre, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, the Howard Florey Institute, CSL Limited, the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and CSIRO's Division of Health Sciences.

Surrounded by parks, Parkville is a short tram ride from central Melbourne and within walking distance of the vibrant inner-city suburbs of Carlton and Brunswick, which have contributed much to Melbourne's artistic and multicultural soul.

Law Chambers

Located in the heart of the Melbourne's legal precinct and within walking distance of the Magistrates, County and Supreme Courts. The Monash Law City Campus is a stunning learning environment created for Monash Law Masters and Monash JD programs and is situated in the heart of Melbourne's legal precinct.

Located at 555 Lonsdale Street, the city campus sits near the bustling intersection of Lonsdale and William Streets, home to the Supreme Court of Victoria, County Court of Victoria and Melbourne Magistrates' Court.

It is nestled between Owen Dixon Chambers and the Office of Public Prosecutions Victoria and is a short stroll to the Commonwealth Law Courts and the Children's Court of Victoria.

The Facility provides substantial space for both staff & students with high quality teaching facilities and quiet study areas. Student amenities include a library node, a multi-purpose lounge and a kitchen, all conducive to creative and independent learning.

Collins Street

The Collins Street campus is a world-class learning environment in the heart of Melbourne, designed to support modern styles of teaching and learning activities and student experiences.

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