Course Quality

Any graduate student who is concerned with the quality of their course are welcome to reach out to an MGA advocate. Our advocates will be happy to outline options available or simply provide information.

Monash graduate students see themselves as consumers of the University. Most graduate coursework students are full fee paying, as are all international graduate students. Additionally, most graduate students come from specific industries with a view of enhancing their expertise in a particular area. As such, they expect certain educational outcomes and professional standards to be met!

Courses offered must be fit for the purpose in accordance with advertised material. Failure to live up to the standard may amount to misleading or deceptive conduct. The following examples, albeit not exhaustive, fall within the category of course quality concerns:

  • Lack of facilities or resources
  • Lack of feedback or timely feedback
  • Last minute time table changes
  • Outdated material
  • Poor lecturing
  • Uncertain assessment criteria

Do you have a course quality concern?

Get some independent advice from the MGA by booking an appointment with an MGA advocate.

Book an appointment with an MGA advocate

To get in contact with one of our advocates, please book an appointment via email. Alternatively, you can call the Clayton (9905 3197) or Caulfield (9903 1880) office to speak to one of our advocates.

Advocate for Clayton, AMREP, MMC and Gippsland:

Sunshine Kamaloni
sunshine.kamaloni@monash.edu

James Breheny
james.breheny@monash.edu

Advocate for Caulfield, Peninsula, Parkville and Law Chambers:

Sarah Murphy
sarah.murphy@monash.edu

Ying Xu
ying.xu1@monash.edu