The Melbourne Schools Partnership International

The Melbourne Schools Partnership International (MSPI) is a unique partnership between the University of Melbourne and leading Victorian independent schools, which also involves a relationship with the Department of Education and Training.

The University of Melbourne is proud of its affiliation with MSPI schools and greatly values the opportunity to support the personal and academic development of the high-achieving international students in partner schools.

Every year the University organises a range of activities tailored to the needs of international students enrolled in Years 11 and 12 at one of the MSPI schools. These activities are designed to inspire Year 11 and 12 students about future study opportunities, and motivate them to maximise their talents and abilities.

Which schools are in the Partnership?

Affiliated schools
Camberwell Girls' Grammar SchoolCamberwell Grammar School
Carey Baptist Grammar SchoolGeelong Grammar School
HaileyburyIvanhoe Grammar School
Lauriston Girls' SchoolMater Christi College
Methodist Ladies' CollegeOxley College Melbourne
Peninsula GrammarPresbyterian Ladies' College
St Catherine's SchoolThe Kilmore International School
The Knox SchoolToorak College
Trinity Grammar SchoolWesley College
Westbourne Grammar SchoolYarra Valley Grammar School

For more information about schooling in Victoria, visit the Victorian Government Schools International Student Programs web site.

Benefits of the program for your students

By attending these activities, students are able to:

  • Experience what it is like to study at the University
  • Learn more about opportunities to study at the University
  • Meet with University representatives who can support you in the decision-making process for tertiary studies and
  • Meet with international and local students currently enrolled at the University to get their perspective on University study.

More information

For more information about studying at the University of Melbourne as an International Student.