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in Australia and New Zealand

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Resources for your school and students

Guide your students to the right decision for their future, with access to all the information you need about studying at the University of Melbourne.

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Get to know Melbourne

We offer bachelor degrees across nine key disciplines that can be tailored to suit unique career goals through breadth study and an expansive selection of majors.

Undergraduate courses
The Melbourne curriculum

Interstate applications

Webinars are available for high school students across Australia and New Zealand to learn more about their study options, entry requirements and how to apply through VTAC.

Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS)

Access Melbourne takes students' personal circumstances into consideration alongside their VTAC application and ATAR.

Support for Indigenous students

We have a thriving, friendly community of over 500 Indigenous students, supported by specialty programs including academic assistance and mentoring.

Graduate Degree Packages

Year 12 students can bundle an undergraduate degree offer with one of our graduate programs. Each Graduate Degree Package has it's own unique VTAC code, with domestic students eligible for CSP places for both degrees.

Equivalent subjects

If current or previous studies do not satisfy the published prerequisites for an undergraduate degree, equivalent subjects can be considered for entry.

Entry pathways

For students who haven't met the direct entry requirements there are diplomas, foundation studies and supported programs to help them study with us.

Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars program

Supports academic enrichment and guidance in the transition from high school to university. For Victorian Year 11-12 (and select NSW/SA) students.

Extension Program

Enables high achieving Year 12 students the chance to earn an ATAR contribution by completing university subjects while still at school.

School outreach programs

Interactive workshops, activities, camps and summer schools for all secondary year levels designed to engage students in a range of disciplines.

Melbourne Chancellor's Scholarship

Automatically considered as part of a VTAC application, this scholarship provides fee exemptions and a guaranteed place in the graduate program of their choice. Domestic students also receive a living allowance for up to three years.

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Hansen Scholarship Program

Awarded to approx 20 exceptional domestic students for academic success, resilience to adversity, and demonstrated commitment to helping and leading others. Benefits include free accommodation, financial, academic and mentorship.

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Melbourne Principals Scholarship

A $5000 payment offered to Victorian Year 12 or International Baccalaureate students in recognition of academic achievement and contribution to their school or wider community. Students are nominated by their Principal.

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Elite Athlete Program

This program recognises elite student-athletes with a range of in-kind support, flexible study assistance and financial aid and scholarships.

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Latest news

Fourth cohort of Hansen Scholars join the University

21 February 2023
The University of Melbourne has offered places to over 5400 students in the first Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) December offer round today, including a record nu...

Top VCE students awarded Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship

27 January 2023
Victoria’s highest-achieving VCE students were today offered a Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship to study at the University of Melbourne, in recognition of their outstanding...

Record Access Melbourne offers

22 December 2022
The University of Melbourne has offered places to over 5400 students in the first Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) December offer round today, including a record nu...