Features regular screenings on a range of topics, including subject matter closely related to units taught within the school.
SASS has been organising study trips to both local and regional places in order to carry out specific research related to social-political inclusion and exclusion.
The Film-making for Dungus (Dummies) workshop has been organised annually.
The School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) at Monash University Malaysia focuses on social and political issues in the Southeast Asian region as its educational strength.
SASS conducts a Transition Program for its new first year students every semester. The program is designed to bring students up to speed on the differences between school and college on the one hand, and university experience on the other.
SASS organises study trips of different durations inside and outside of Malaysia to allow our students to see the relevance of their studies outside of classroom settings.
Each semester, beginner workshops are organised to equip interested students with the basics of scripting, camerawork, and post-production editing in order to allow students to experiment with the medium for artistic and documentary expression.