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Meet Melbourne in India

We're visiting four cities in January and February as part of our Meet Melbourne event series.

Chat to us about your future at Melbourne

Are you a prospective undergraduate or postgraduate student eager to explore what life is like at Australia's #1 university?

This will be your chance to speak with faculty staff one-on-one about your unique interests, career goals and study options at Melbourne. Discover the vibrant student community that awaits you on campus, and ask us about the admissions process, entry requirements, moving to Melbourne and more.

Mumbai skyline photo by Hardik Joshi on Unsplash

Meet Melbourne Mumbai

Saturday 28 January 2023 | 2pm–5pm JW Marriott, Juhu

Bengaluru streetscape photo by Umang S on Unsplash

Meet Melbourne Bengaluru

Wednesday 1 February 2023 | 2pm–5pm Taj MG Road

Temples in Chennai, photo by SIBY on Unsplash

Meet Melbourne Chennai

Friday 3 February 2023 | 2pm–5pm
Taj Coromandel

New Delhi road, photo by Laurentiu Morariu on Unsplash

Meet Melbourne New Delhi

Saturday 4 February 2023 | 2pm–5pm Shangri-La Ero, Janpath

Make your mark at Melbourne

At the University of Melbourne you'll be empowered to solve tomorrow's problems through bold, creative thinking. You'll join a collaborative network of students and academics and contribute to the University's 170-year history of shaping positive change across the globe.

The University lies in the heart of the dynamic city of Melbourne, renowned for its vibrant multicultural community and friendly locals, so you'll feel welcomed and well supported to achieve your goals from the moment you arrive.

#1

university in Australia

*Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023

#34

university in the world

*Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023

#8

worldwide for graduate employability

*QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022

1300+

enrolled Indian students

#1

liveable city in Australia

*Global Liveability Index 2022

#1

student city in Australia

*QS Best Student Cities 2023

#1

friendliest city in the world

*William Russell

Our entry requirements

We accept the International Baccalaureate, A levels and US High School Diplomas curriculum for direct entry. We also accept students who graduate with a CBSE All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) / CISCE Indian School Certificate (ISC). Students must achieve the minimum overall GPA in Year 12, have completed any course prerequisite subjects and meet English language requirements to be eligible for direct entry into a bachelors degree.

For students who do not attend one of the approved gifted high schools or those students who do not wish to complete Year 12 in India, Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS) is the University’s preferred foundation studies program and pathway for international students seeking entry into the University’s undergraduate degrees.

International student scholarships

We have one of the most generous scholarship programs in Australia to help with your tuition and living costs.

Turn your ambition into achievement

When you apply to the University you will be automatically considered for some of our scholarships; others you'll need to apply for directly. Some are awarded on merit and others are designed to help you with your expenses.

Our scholarship program reflects our ongoing commitment to supporting our global student community, diversity and growing future global citizens and leaders.

Learn more about our scholarships for students from India including full eligibility criteria.

Meet our students

Learn how some of our undergraduate and postgraduate students have navigated the move from India and what they have gained so far while studying at Melbourne.

Read Luv's story
Read Pavneet's story

After researching and talking to relatives, I chose Melbourne because of the flexibility in the curriculum, the extensive array of subjects to choose from, top of-field staff, and of course, the massive campus.

Luv Golecha, Bachelor of Science
Photo of Luv Golecha, Bachelor of Science

My work experience in innovation and quality management in the fast-moving consumer goods industry led me to explore courses that teach the technical aspects while being management-oriented.

Pavneet Kaur Kharbanda, Master of Food and Packaging Innovation
Photo of Pavneet Kaur Kharbanda, Master of Food and Packaging Innovation

Melbourne University Indian Club

Indian club aims provide fun and frivolity for students of sub-continental origin. MUIC holds a number of events throughout the year that aim to integrate university students from different faculties and cultural backgrounds and immerse them in rich Indian culture.

Indian Graduate Students Society

The Indian Graduate Students Society aims to make life easier for new Indian students in Melbourne and bringing current students together in a vibrant professional and recreational network. They understand that leaving Mom’s garma garam khaana and moving to a new country can be challenging, and getting used to no honking or roadside panipuri stalls can be even more daunting!

Bollywood Club

We are bringing the Bollywood magic to Melbourne University. Whether you want to widen your Bollywood exposure with Movie Screenings & Trivia Night, or learn the Bollywood craft with dance lessons or just chill out in the Theme Party, come along with friends and Relive Bollywood with us. Our club also aims to build a platform where people from all cultures can come together and enjoy the magic which is popularly known as “Bollywood”.

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