AMSI Summer School 2018 is hosted by Monash University’s Clayton Campus. This campus is located in the south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Clayton, approximately 25km from the central business district.
Clayton is Monash University’s largest campus, home to eight faculties. The campus offers an array of sporting, cultural and educational events and facilities.
The Summer School program will be held at the School of Mathematical Sciences, in the Mathematics & Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Building, 9 Rainforest Walk, Clayton Campus, Monash University.
The closest transport hubs are listed below:
- Airport: Melbourne (Tullamarine) Airport (47 km)
- Train Station: Huntingdale Station. Three train lines stop at the station: Dandenong, Pakenham and Cranbourne
- Bus: the 601, 630 and 900 travel from Huntingdale to campus (five-minute journey)
As local transport timetables and routes can change, we suggest that you visit Public Transport Victoria to plan your journey.
Accommodation for students who are successful in their grant application to attend AMSI Summer School 2018 will be located at Mannix College, which is a residential college situated in the grounds of the Monash University.
Students who do not apply for a grant or are unsuccessful with their grant application (self-funding students) can contact the AMSI Summer School Director to discuss accommodation options at the Mannix College. AMSI and Monash University make every effort to ensure that costs associated with student accommodation for self-funded students are kept to a minimum amount.
Please note: Accommodation for local Melbourne students is not supplied, though they are still welcome to attend the social events during the AMSI Summer School.
AMSI Summer School offers two types of grants to help students from AMSI member institutions cover the cost of their travel, accommodation and/or child care fees. To view eligibility guidelines and apply for an AMSI Summer School Grant, please visit our Grants page.