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Monash University is an open university founded in 1958. The university is known to be the 2nd oldest university in Australia. The first Chancellor of Monash University was Robert Blackwood, who selected Louis Matheson as the Vice-Chancellor of the university. The university has a few research institutes in other countries like Italy (Prato), India (Mumbai) and China (Suzhou). Monash University has a number of departments like Department of Forensic Medicines, Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Department of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.
The first and largest campus of Monash University was located in Clayton city, Melbourne. The campus houses the faculties of Engineering, Law, Arts, Business, Economics, Health Sciences and IT. A number of restaurants are located within the campus along with the famous Noting Hill Hotel. It also features accommodation for students. The other campus of the university is Caulfield Campus which is the 2nd largest campus after Clayton. One more campus located in the university is Peninsula campus which is home to numerous faculties like Physiotherapy, Occupation Therapy, and Psychology, Health Science and Nursing.
Monash University is home to more than 46,000 undergraduates and 13,000 post-graduate students. Over 100 research centers are located within the campus. Some notable research institutes that are located in the campus are Monash Centre for Synchrotron Science, Accident Research Centre, Monash Institute of Medical Research and Australian Regenerative Medical Institute. Over 3,000 research articles are produced by the staff every year. Two of the most significant research achievements by the university are a discovery of Relenza (Anti-influenza drug) and the development of an anti-malaria drug.
The university has a remarkable list of alumni which includes Anna Burke (Former Speaker of Australian House of Representatives), Simon Crean (Former Cabinet member in Rudd Government), David De Krester (Governor of Australia), Ian Macfarlane (Governor of Reserve Bank of Australia), Lim Guan Eng (Minister of finance, Malaysia) and Doug Chappel (Comedian and Actor).