Discover the notable alumni of Monash University. The list includes people like Nick Cave, Lim Guan Eng, Edward Dunlop, Bill Shorten & Josh Frydenberg. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, intellectuals & academics, lawyers & judges, physicians and singers etc.
Nick CaveNick Cave

22 September 1957


Lim Guan EngLim Guan Eng
(The Fourth Chief Minister of Penang and the Current Secretary-General of the Malaysian Democratic Action Party)

08 December 1960


Edward DunlopEdward Dunlop
(Prisoner of War)

12 July 1907


Bill ShortenBill Shorten
(Politician, Lawyer, Trade unionist)

12 May 1967


Josh FrydenbergJosh Frydenberg
(Politician, Investment banker)

17 July 1971


Richard Di NataleRichard Di Natale
(Politician, General practitioner, Public health scientist, Australian rules footballer)

06 June 1970


Daniel AndrewsDaniel Andrews

06 June 1972


Peter CostelloPeter Costello
(Economist, Politician, Lawyer, Investment banker)

14 August 1957


Tim FlanneryTim Flannery
(Biologist, Paleontologist, Zoologist, Environmentalist)

28 January 1956


Mal BroughMal Brough

29 December 1961


Dharmasena PathirajaDharmasena Pathiraja
(Film director, Screenwriter)

28 March 1943

Sri Lankan

Established in the year 1958, Monash University is the second oldest university in the State of Victoria. It is essentially a public research university based out of Melbourne, Australia. Publishing over 3000 research publications yearly, in over 150 areas of study, Monash University hosts above 120 research institutes and centers. With an astonishing number of around 60,000 enrollments from over 170 countries in undergraduate and graduate programs, the university enjoys various critical acclaim that place it in the cream of many lists. It has been voted among the top 20% in teaching, top 10% in international outlook and top 10% in research as per the year 2016. It offers programs across various departments such as Arts, Science, Medicine, Business, Engineering, Education and so many more. As per the Times Higher Education rankings in 2016, it was deemed as Australia’s leading university in engineering and technology. With an international presence in over four continents, the global university aims to create an impact on the world with its quality education. Monash University has centers in locations such as Malaysia, South Africa, India, Italy and China. Various eminent personalities and achievers have traced their academic roots to Monash University. Bill Shorten, Tim Flannery, Peter Costello and Simon Crean are some distinguished individuals who attended Monash University. Here is a complete list of celebrities who were once a part of this Monash university.