Peninsula campus



The Peninsula Library is located in Building L of the Peninsula campus.

The Library offers workshops on a wide range of topics as well as drop-in sessions.

The Library has subject specialist librarians who offer expert advice on finding and using information resources. Learning skills advisers can provide assistance with referencing and citation styles and academic writing skills

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Postgraduate facilities

Peninsula Library postgraduate room

The Peninsula Library's Postgraduate Room is situated on Level 2 and accessible via a PIN.  Students are required to register for the room at the Information Desk. 

Facilities include

  • computer workstations
  • lockers
  • kitchenette

Struan Postgraduate Centre

The Struan Postgraduate Centre is located in Building S, Peninsula campus. All postgraduate and honours students from any Monash campus can register to use the centre.

Facilities include:

  • computer and printing facilities
  • desktop support
  • wireless network
  • student lounge
  • seminar/meeting room
  • kitchen facilities
  • lockers

Register for swipe card access to postgraduate spaces on Monash campuses.

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Inter-campus shuttle bus

Regular, free shuttle buses (with free wi-fi) link the Peninsula campus with the Clayton campus, and the Peninsula campus to Frankston Railway Station. Just show your valid Monash student or staff card to use the service, which also accepts children, aged under four. You board on a 'first-come, first-served' basis. Buses fill quickly at busy times, so don't be late if you want a seat.

View shuttle bus times here. A trip on this single-bus service between Peninsula and Clayton takes 30–50 minutes, depending on traffic. From the Clayton Bus Loop, board at Bay G and from Peninsula, board at the George Jenkins Theatre.

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The Monash Postgraduate Association (MPA) represents and serves the interests and welfare of postgraduates enrolled on all Victorian campuses by providing activities and services to cater to their specific needs.

The MPA provides a range of services including advice and advocacy, seminars and workshops, social events and representation.  Enrolled postgraduates are automatically entitled to use the resources and services of the MPA.

The MPA holds a forum at Peninsula each semester to give postgraduates at Peninsula the opportunity to discuss their student experience and highlight any issues they may have.

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Peninsula campus

Online learning support

The Learning Support unit offers an online guide for higher degree by research postgraduates as well as help for coursework students.

Getting involved with MPA committee

If you are wondering what is involved in being a committee member, or about the annual election process, vist our Committee FAQ page.

Peninsula postgraduate calendar