The University of Melbourne is Australia’s leading public research university, attracting more than 60,000 students from 160 countries each year. Established in 1853, it has grown to become an international leader in research, learning and teaching.

Melbourne is one of the safest and friendliest cities in the world to live, work and study. Many of our Indonesian students get involved in our great community by joining student clubs, participating in music, cultural and sporting events, or indulging in an array of international cuisines. There is a large Indonesian community in Melbourne, so you can feel assured that you will feel at home.

  • # 1 in Australia
  • # 33 in the world
  • # 1,200+ enrolled Indonesian students
*Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022

Our entry requirements

We accept the Australian Year 12, International Baccalaureate, A Levels, US High School Diplomas, and Indian CBSE curriculum for direct entry.  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 bachelor degree.

For students who are studying national curriculum or SMA national, 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 recently expanded the number of scholarships available to support undergraduate and graduate students who want to take up study with us in 2022.

Whether you're a new or current student, you could be eligible for a number of merit-based scholarships of A$10,000 or more, wherever you are in the world.

We have increased the number of available international student scholarships as part of our commitment to supporting our global student community, diversity and growing future global citizens and leaders.

Learn more about our expanded scholarships.

Students from Indonesia with outstanding results from the below qualifications will be considered for the prestigious Melbourne International Undergraduate Scholarship. To be awarded one of these scholarships, you will need to achieve the following results:

The University will determine your eligibility based on the final IB Diploma score achieved across the best three A level subjects.  For example, achieve a score of 45 for the final IB Diploma result.

Scholarship benefits available: Guaranteed a 100% fee remission scholarship, valid for the duration of the undergraduate degree.

The University will determine your eligibility based on the average score (Percentage Unit Mark (PUM)) achieved across the best three A level subjects. For example, achieve a score of 3A* where the PUM is 97%, 97%, and 98%, which the average score of 98%.

Scholarship benefits available: Guaranteed a 100% fee remission scholarship, valid for the duration of the undergraduate degree.

The Lofts at Melbourne Connect

Opening for Semester 1, 2022 our newest graduate accommodation will offer you an affordable and sustainable home, located in Melbourne Connect - a collaboration precinct, designed to bring together the highest calibre of industry, researchers, entrepreneurs, and thinkers.

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Hear from students

Learn more about student life, internships, volunteering, clubs and societies, and the impact Melbourne has already made on our current students.

It brings me a sense of pride to be attending the university accredited for its strong academic reputation. With my pursuit of knowledge in science, I believe that Unimelb offers one of the top research technologies and facilities to accommodate my studies.

Gaby Leonita Arifin, Bachelor of Science, Food Science
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The campus facilities are great, the campus layout is beautiful, the staff and students are very friendly, and the libraries are excellent. Finally, the city of Melbourne, which is famous for being so beautiful, is another reason to make the University of Melbourne your next place to study.

Adifyan Rahmat Asga,Master of Laws
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Indonesia at Melbourne

The Indonesia at Melbourne blog presents analysis, research and commentary on contemporary Indonesia from academics and postgraduate students. The emphasis is on politics but the blog also covers law, anthropology, culture, history, economics, architecture and public health, reflecting the diversity of expertise on contemporary Indonesia at the university.

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Country Manager (Indonesia)
Emmy has more than 15 years of experience in international higher education especially Australia as a country destination. Emmy is now responsible for student recruitment in Indonesia for the University of Melbourne. Emmy is always excited to meet new people, introduce them to life in Melbourne, and connecting them to the Indonesian student community in the University. Also, she loves to share information about foods to explore in Melbourne.

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