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MONSU Caulfield at Monash University, Melbourne, selects MSL for their membership platform

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12th August 2015 - MONSU Caulfield Inc. is the students’ Union of the Caulfield campus of Monash University in Melbourne. Monash is the largest university in Australia, with over 60,000 students and is ranked in the Times Higher Education’s 100 top universities in the world.  The Caulfield campus is the second largest in the university with some 16000 students who benefit from the Student Unions activities to promote the welfare of its members as well as the 45+ clubs and societies members can join.

MONSU is MSL’s first higher education client in the Asia Pacific region.  The MSL system will assist the expansion of its services and, from day one all of its members will have access to the system for their day to day interaction with the Union.

Monash University has had a global alliance with the University of Warwick since 2011 and, with MSL headquartered at Warwick Students’ Union on campus, it is anticipated that this new relationship will further strengthen links between the two institutions.

Lynette Nye, Executive Officer at MONSU, commented, “We are excited to be working with MSL on a new website for MONSU Caulfield and are extremely impressed with the standard of services provided to MONSU by MSL. When completed, our students will have a brilliant site that will provide useful information, be easy to navigate and provide the tools for Clubs and Societies and MONSU to better engage with their students. MONSU Caulfield chose to work with MSL as they specialize in Student Union websites.”

Colin Watson, CEO of Membership Solutions Ltd, added, “We are delighted to welcome MONSU Caulfield Students’ Union to the global MSL community – we look forward to working closely with them to deliver a solution which, we are confident, will be of great value both to the Union and its members in the years to come. This is an important step for MSL as it demonstrates that our platform, which is already used widely in the UK, is also very attractive to students’ organisations in other parts of the world.”

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