Monash Warwick Alliance
Monash Warwick Alliance
Solutions to today’s great challenges require working with talents and expertise from across the globe.
Formed in 2012, for over 10 years the research powerhouses of Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Warwick have navigated a successful partnership, focusing on high impact research and developing international leaders and expertise for the future.
The Monash Warwick Alliance at a glance
More than 100 joint research projects
More than 1,000 co-publications
More than 1,000 students annually benefit from learning experiences
Our funding opportunities support researchers, staff and students, to develop excellence in research, teaching and learning and collaboration in student-led initiatives and projects.
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The Monash Warwick Alliance has forged strong cross-cultural relationships reaching every academic and professional layer of our institutions and, in doing so, established a deep and enduring partnership that is driving global change and creating real-world impact. Discover what we could offer you.
Our researchers build transformational international collaborations which tackle world-relevant challenges to deliver practical outcomes.
Our educators share best practice and collaborate in pedagogic research to transform the student experience into a truly global education.
We aim to produce internationally skilled graduates who are ready to face the challenges of a global workplace and can excel in their chosen fields.
The Impact of the Monash Warwick Alliance
We value the innovation and drive of our enduring partnership. Below are a few case studies from some of our collaborative projects and initiatives.
The Alliance addressing fundamental questions in science
What are the basic building blocks of matter? What are the fundamental interactions? What happened in the earliest stages of the Universe, and how did that result in what we observe around us today? Large international collaborations are needed to progress towards answering these questions. Bringing together expertise from Warwick and Monash groups has created a unique alliance that enables us to take ever-stronger leadership in these international endeavours.
Training the next generation of AMR researchers
To tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the Alliance is training a future-ready workforce that can drive the next wave of scientific discoveries and their translation into clinical settings. Current research and training programmes do not sufficiently develop an interdisciplinary skill set that links with industry and clinicians.
Improving sustainability through Purpose Ecosystems in business
The Monash Warwick Alliance Research Catalyst Fund enabled Associate Professors Fred Dahlmann and Wendy Stubbs to establish a pilot project to explore the roles played by members of a business ecosystem in accelerating actions aligned with achieving Sustainable Development Goals.
Global Classrooms in Higher Education hub
Are we really making the most of bringing together people of different international and cultural backgrounds within higher education? The creation of the Global Classrooms in Higher Education Hub responds to this question by sharing pedagogies, resources, ideas, and experiences as an inspiration for educators.
Hear from our International academic lead
“Sharing expertise around the world is the most effective way to overcome the biggest challenges facing humanity. I am proud that the Universities of Warwick and Monash pioneered a model for British-Australian international collaboration in higher education a decade ago, resulting in a successful Alliance that has so far produced a thousand co-authored research papers, sparked joint projects tackling dangers such as superbugs and cancer, and enabled worldwide mobility for our diverse campus communities.”
Professor Mike Shipman, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International) at the University of Warwick
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The Monash Warwick Alliance has forged strong cross-cultural relationships reaching every academic and professional layer of our institutions and, in doing so, established a deep and enduring partnership that is driving global change and creating real-world impact
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