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University of Melbourne 

The University of Melbourne is an Australian public research university which is located in Melbourne. It is Australia's second oldest university, and the oldest in Victoria, having been founded in 1853.

University of Melbourne History

 Hugh Childers, the Auditor-General and Finance Minister, proposed the University of Melbourne in his first Budget Speech on November 4, 1852, when he set aside £10,000 for the founding of a university. The university was incorporated on January 22, 1853, with the authority to provide degrees in the arts, medicine, law, and music. In 1855, classes began with three professors and sixteen students; just four of these students graduated.

University of Melbourne Programs, Courses and Schools

There are 11 academic units at the University of Melbourne, some of which include a graduate school. In contrast to other Australian universities, the University of Melbourne provides nine generalized three-year degrees/programs rather than more usual specialized undergraduate degrees.

Some of the University of Melbourne's schools and faculties are listed below:

  • Melbourne School of Design
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Graduates School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Melbourne Business School
  • Melbourne School of Professional and Continuing Education
  • Melbourne Graduate school of Education
  • School of Computing and Information system

For more information you can visit here:

https://about.unimelb.edu.au/strategy/our-structure/faculties-and-graduate-schools

University of Melbourne Achievements/USP

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).

University of Melbourne Notable Alumni

The University of Melbourne had also produced a number of notable alumni, including the Governor-General of Australia, the Governor-General of Victoria, the Prime Minister of Australia, justices of the High, Federal, Family, and Victorian Supreme courts, Premiers of Victoria and elected leaders of other states and territories, Nobel laureates, a First Lady of East Timor, foreign ministers, Lord mayors, academics, architects, historians, poets, philosophers, politicians, and an academician.

Here is some more notable alumni University of Melbourne who received a noble prize:

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

University of Melbourne infrastructure & services

University of Melbourne Campuses

University of Melbourne It has several campuses throughout Victoria, with its main campus in Parkville, an inner neighborhood north of Melbourne's central business area. The university's main campus is located in Parkville. Originally located north of Grattan Street in Parkville, the school has grown to encompass a wide area north of Grattan Street, with many of its newly purchased buildings located in the nearby suburb of Carlton. To reconfigure campuses, the institution is embarking on a "ambitious infrastructure program." The campus, which was established in 1853 and is located just north of Melbourne's core business centre, was established in 1853. There are cafes, gyms, 12 libraries, specialty boutiques, a small grocery, and a seasonal farmers market on the Parkville campus.

University of Melbourne Libraries

Every year, nearly three million people visit the University of Melbourne library, resulting in 42 million loan transactions. Over 3.5 million objects, including books, DVDs, photographic slides, music scores, and magazines, as well as rare maps, prints, and other published materials, make up the general collection. The library also has a digital collection of over 32,000 e-books, hundreds of databases, and 63,000 general and specialized journals. 

There are numerous libraries at the University of Melbourne; here is a list of them:

  • Dookie Library
  • Burnley Science Library
  • Brownless Biomedical Library
  • Law library
  • Giblin Eunson Library

University of Melbourne Housing services

  The residential colleges of the University of Melbourne provide housing services. On total, University of Melbourne has ten residential colleges, seven of which are located in College Crescent, an arc encircling the cricket oval on the northern edge of campus. The remaining three are outside of the university's premises.

Here are some of the University of Melbourne's housing options:

  • Trinity College
  • Ormond College
  • Janet Clarke Hall
  • Queen’s College
  • Newman College
  • St Mary’s College
  • Medley Hall
  • University College
  • International House
  • St Hilda’s College

University of Melbourne Medical services

      The University of Melbourne's Health Service department provides medical services and health care to students, staff, and their families. They provide experienced medical physicians and nurses that are well-versed in medical issues affecting students. Their mission is to deliver high-quality, student-centered health care in a safe and friendly setting to the University of Melbourne community.

For more information you can visit here:

https://services.unimelb.edu.au/health

University of Melbourne Students clubs

The University of Melbourne Student Union (UMSU) is one of two student organizations at the University of Melbourne. All current students and the University of Melbourne are represented and served by UMSU, which is incorporated as University of Melbourne Student Union, Inc. (UMSU). The UMSU offers a variety of student clubs to students interested in a variety of topics.

The following are the names of University of Melbourne student clubs:

  • Theatre Clubs
  • Faculty clubs
  • Political Clubs
  • Cultural and Linguistic clubs

University of Melbourne location

Parkville VIC 3010,  

 Melbourne

  Australia

University of Melbourne different campuses locations

 The main campus of the University of Melbourne is in Parkville, an inner neighborhood north of Melbourne's central business area, with many satellite campuses scattered throughout Victoria.

The following is a list of the University of Melbourne's other campuses:

  • Southbank
  • Burnley
  • Creswick
  • Dookie
  • Shepparton
  • Werribee

 Melbourne Essendon Apt (MEB) Airport, located is 8.8 kilometres away, is the nearest airport to University of Melbourne. Melbourne (MEL) (17.2 km) and Avalon (AVV) are two other nearby airports (49.9 km).

University of Melbourne International student’s info

University of Melbourne courses offered

  • Clinical Teaching
  • Composition
  • Computer Science
  • Conservation
  • Chemistry
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Business Administration
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biological Sciences
  • Architectural Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Arts and Culture
  • Asia
  • Audiology and speech pathology

University of Melbourne student support

    Student Support Services & Administration at the University of Melbourne aids students with a number of concerns related to student life. Its services are geared at assisting students in maximizing their academic experience, from budgeting to finding graduate work.

University of Melbourne visas & immigration support

     You'll need a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and a student visa to study at the University of Melbourne as an overseas student (subclass 500). Your visa is valid until it is cancelled or expires.

As an international student, the University of Melbourne International Students Support Team can provide you with all of the relevant information on visas and immigration. Since Covid-19, there have been various updates, so you can follow all of the rules.

  For more information you can visit here:

https://students.unimelb.edu.au/student-support/international-student-support/visas

University of Melbourne international student contact

   Phone: 13 MELB (13 6352)

 International: (61 3) 9035 5511

  You can also visit here for more information:

   https://www.unimelb.edu.au/contact

University of Melbourne Student life

University of Melbourne student society

Cultural, course-related, political, language exchange, spiritual, and community-focused student societies are among the university's offerings. The University of Melbourne Student Union now has over 200 societies with over 25,000 members. The Graduate Student Association (GSA) now has more than 100 groups linked with it, with over 36,000 students as members. At the university, there are also specific faculty-based societies. The Melbourne Arts Students Organization (M-ASS) is the largest faculty society on campus, with over 2000 members. Commerce Students' Society, Banking on Women and Actuarial Students' Society are among the faculty-affiliated societies offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics.

University of Melbourne sports and fitness

Throughout Melbourne university sports, the University of Melbourne provides sports and fitness facilities. The facilities are regarded as some of Melbourne's best, and they offer a wide range of exercise and athletic opportunities.

The Beaurepaire Centre, Nona Lee Sports Centre, Lincoln Square Fitness, and the Sports Precinct are all places where you may learn more.

For more information you can visit here:

https://sport.unimelb.edu.au/fitness/fitness-facilities

University of Melbourne Health & Wellbeing

   The University of Melbourne's health and well-being centre provides health and well-being services to its students. Counseling and Psychological Services at the Center provide current students and employees free, discreet, short-term professional counselling. Students can ask staff at Counselling and Psychological Services a question. The answers to questions are posted on the Ask Counselling website on a regular basis.

For more information you can visit here:

https://students.unimelb.edu.au/student-support/health-and-wellbeing

University of Melbourne Residential Life

Students at the University of Melbourne who live in on-campus housing have the best residential life of their lives.

Here are some of the greatest on-campus residential choices for University of Melbourne students:

  • Lisa Bellear House
  • University Apartments
  • Little Hall
  • UniLodge Lincoln House
  • The Lofts at Melbourne Connect

For more information you can visit here:

University of Melbourne Residential Life

University of Melbourne food & drink

    At the University of Melbourne, there are a variety of food and drinks options:

  • Stovetop
  • Subway
  • Momo Sushi
  • Hub Dining room
  • Refuel café
  • Café Fillings
  • KFC
  • 7  eleven
  • Lanzhou Beef Noodle Bar

For more information you can visit here:

University of Melbourne food & drink

University of Melbourne short term getaways

  • Small-group Philip Island Day
  • Philip Island Penguin
  • Brighton Beach
  • National Gallery of Victoria 
  • Melbourne Skydeck
  • Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Melbourne Zoo
  • Finders Street Railway Station
  • Melbourne Museum
  • Fed Square
  • Queen Victoria Market
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground

University of Melbourne Part time jobs

Part-time employment is permissible for University of Melbourne students. Part-time job or temporary job, according to the University of Melbourne, is a good way to augment your income while studying. It's also an excellent way to gain real-world work experience for your resume. If you're a full-time student, the University of Melbourne recommends that you don't work more than 15 hours per week throughout the semester because it could affect your grades.

You can find here various options for part-time job:

https://students.unimelb.edu.au/careers/find-a-job

University of Melbourne Student Safety

Professional security agents are ready to take students to safe locations if they ever feel unsafe on or around the University of Melbourne campus. This free service is available to all students and staff from everywhere on campus.

The University of Melbourne has trained security professionals who monitor our campuses on foot, bicycles, and in vehicles 24 hours a day. The safety of the University community and its property is the responsibility of these personnel.  

Crime Around the area- Melbourne is one of the top ten safest cities in the world, according to the Economist Safe Cities Index 2019. Melbourne has seen extremely few natural disasters and rates highly in terms of digital security, health security, infrastructure, and personal security.

University of Melbourne Famous courses

  • Law
  • Sociology
  • Environmental Studies
  • Education
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Social Policy and Administration
  • Linguistics

University of Melbourne Campus recruitment

Process- Recruiters from diverse sectors come to interview students at the University of Melbourne's annual placements. Before being hired, students must go through several steps of the recruiting process.

Famous companies who recruit directly from University of Melbourne Campus- Data not found

  1. Median Earnings 5 Years After Graduation    70000     
  2. Median Earnings 2 Years After Graduation   45000 
  3. Employed 2 Years After Graduation            80% 
  4. Employed 6 months After Graduation             70% 

University of Melbourne Brochures & applications 

Here you'll learn how to apply for Melbourne degrees and scholarships, figure your tuition, receive your offer, enroll as a student, and prepare for your first day of classes.

https://study.unimelb.edu.au/how-to-apply

University of Melbourne Application Requirements

Bachelor-

  • Online application
  • Choose your program
  • Academic High-school transcript 
  • A copy of passport 
  • Students Visa
  • English Language proficiency test score
  •  Application Fee - $100
  • Deadline dates- 
  • 2 September
  • 31 May 2022
  • Personal statement
  • 2 References

Master 

  • Online  application
  • Choose your program
  • Academic degree transcript 
  • Students Visa
  • A copy of passport 
  • English Language proficiency test score
  • Application Fee-$100
  • Deadline dates
  • 2 September
  • 31 May

For more information you can visit here:

https://study.unimelb.edu.au/how-to-apply/undergraduate-study/international-applications/entry-requirements

University of Melbourne Programs

Program
Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
Deadlines
Standard Test

University of Melbourne Application Requirements

3.3
GPA
40
IB
85
Percentage
75%
Acceptance Rate

IELTS score requirements

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University of Melbourne Cost of studies

Fees

Bachelors : $39,168

Masters: Fees may vary for each program

Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

University of Melbourne Deadlines

Bachelors 
Semester 1: Late December; Semester 2: 31st May

Masters
Semester 1: 4th November; Semester 2: 30th April

Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

 

University of Melbourne Rankings

Global

25
US News
33
QS
35
Shanghai
33
Times Higher Education
39
Guardian
25
GTU Rank

Regional

Australia
1
US News
2
QS
1
Shanghai
1
Times Higher Education

Regional

Australia
1
US News

University of Melbourne Scholarships

1. Melbourne International Undergraduate Scholarships

The International undergraduate Scholarships were established by the University of Melbourne in recognition of the numerous contribution created by international students to the variety of the University’s student population.

Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines

To be thought of for a fee remission scholarship you must:

• Be a national of a country apart from Australia and New Zealand and not a permanent resident of Australia;

• Have received an unconditional offer for an undergraduate course;

• Have achieved glorious final year college results, such as:

– A minimum of four A* grades within the GCE A Levels

– A minimum of 97 in an approved Foundation program

– A minimum of a score of 43 within the International Baccalaureate (IB)

• Not have previously undertaken any tertiary studies (excluding extension studies completed as a part of a year 12 program).

2. University of Melbourne Graduate Research Scholarships

Set up by the University of Melbourne, this scholarship is open to high achieving domestic and international pupils undertaking a Master by research degree or Doctoral degree.

Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines

To be chosen for this scholarship, one needs to have applied for and meet the entry requirements for a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne or be presently enrolled in a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne.

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