The University of Melbourne has been an international leader in research, teaching and learning for over 160 years, attracting students from more than 150 countries.

A degree from the University of Melbourne prepares the best and the brightest students with a depth and breadth of knowledge and provides opportunities for exchange, internships and leadership and volunteering experiences.

The annual Information Day in Hong Kong is a great opportunity for students and parents to meet our friendly staff and alumni at your doorstep. You will be able to learn more about the University, our undergraduate, graduate and PhD course offerings, entry requirements, scholarships, accommodation and the unique Melbourne experience.

Staff from the following areas will be in Hong Kong in May:

  • Architecture and Design, Building and Planning
  • Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Business and Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering and Information Technology
  • Medicine, Dentistry and Health Science
  • Veterinary, Agricultural and Food Sciences
  • Trinity College
  • International House

Facts and figures

Discover why we're a world leader and Australia's No. 1 university

  • # 1 in Australia
  • # 32 in the world
  • # 6 in graduate employability worldwide

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Melbourne Model

The Melbourne Model is a distinctive curriculum that gives students a wider understanding of the world beyond their degree. Equipped with a breadth and depth of knowledge, Melbourne graduates are flexible, adaptable and ready for any future.

More about studying here

Wai Ieng Vong
​Bachelor of Commerce
Master of Marketing

My name is Wai Ieng Vong. I am a Master of Marketing Communications student from Macau. Before my masters, I studied the Bachelor of Commerce. It offered fundamental classes such as economics, calculus, marketing and finance. I have a keen interest in business, and the course seamlessly combined a lot of my passions.

Jane Kou,
Master of Commerce (Marketing) alumna,
Founder & CEO of Bring Me Home

We actually have enough food to feed the entire world. The commercial sector in Australia alone dumps nearly four million tonnes of edible excess food to landfill, which could’ve been redistributed in a more efficient manner

Dominic Chan
Bachelor of Commerce

You definitely have the opportunities to meet people in Melbourne. I joined 16 student clubs, including Hong Kong Students’ Association - that makes me feel like home.