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Q. What is the main USP of University of Melbourne?

The University of Melbourne's USP/achievements is that it claims to spend more on research than the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO). With the largest cohort of research students in Australia, the university is a major Australian research university. More than 100 research institutes and centres are affiliated with the institution. The institution invested $813 million in research in 2010. In the same year, the institution received the most Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) and International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) from the federal government, as well as the most RHD student load (3,222 students) and RHD completions (715).

Q. What is the ranking of University of Melbourne?

  • In the 2020-2021 version of Times Higher Education's annual World University Rankings, Melbourne was ranked 31st internationally (1st nationally).
  • The University of Melbourne was rated 41st in the QS World University Rankings 2021. (3rd in Australia).
  • SCImago Institutions Rankings placed it 32nd among the world's institutions in 2020.
  • According to SCImago Institutions Rankings, it was rated 32nd among universities worldwide in 2020.
  • In the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) league ranking published in 2020, the university was rated 35th internationally (1st in Australia).
  • The University of Melbourne is placed 10th in law, 12th in education, 16th in accounting and finance, 17th in social policy and administration, 19th in sociology, 22nd in environmental studies, and 23rd in linguistics in the QS World University Subject Rankings 2020.

Q. What is University of Melbourne famous for?

University of Melbourne is famous for its research and teaching. It is one of the top public universities in Australia.

Q. Is Melbourne a large city?

Melbourne has a large geographical area, so it is certainly a large city.

Q. What’s the weather like around University of Melbourne?

Melbourne's weather is notorious for being unpredictable - the city has been described as having four seasons in one day - but it can be enjoyed all year. Summer temperatures in Melbourne range from 14 to 25.3 degrees Celsius (57.2 to 77.5 degrees Fahrenheit). Autumn brings milder weather, with average temperatures ranging from 10.9 to 20.3 degrees Celsius (51.6 to 68.5 degrees Fahrenheit). Winter temperatures range from 6.5 to 14.2°C (43.7 to 57.6°F), with snowfall in Victoria's north-east, known as High Country. Temperatures in the spring range from 9.6 to 19.6°C (49.3 to 67.3°F).

Q. How many students study in University of Melbourne?

The total number of students at University of Melbourne is 48,088.

Q. Who are the top alumni of University of Melbourne?

The notable alumni of University of Melbourne include-

  • Elizabeth Blackbum
  • Sir John Eccles
  • Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet
  • Joshua Lederberg
  • Howard Florey
  • Sir James Mirrlees
  • Bert Sakmann
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