Inside Melbourne

Make the most of uni with advice from our current students, access study tips and find out more about studying at Melbourne.


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Three things you never knew about cheerleading

Cheerleaders, what do you know about them? Read this article to find out three interesting facts about this sport.

Distanced, but still cheering: Melbourne Uni cheer and dance

Melbourne Uni Cheer and Dance club are passionate about team spirit, making lasting friendships, and making the most out of our university experience. They began in 2012 and have grown into a family of over 100 athletes in 2020.

Yoga Club: Finding balance in a changing world

The Melbourne University Graduate Yoga Society is not just about yoga! We aim to help students understand the art of maintaining a healthy life in today's fast-paced and hectic urban world. Our sessions are based on three key pillars; relaxing music (Kirtan), yoga sessions and engaging seminars focusing on topics related to mind, body, and soul.

Meet Mikaylah: a Palawa, Chinese and Samoan woman

Loud, fun and artistic, Mikaylah Lepua is studying photography as part of the Bachelor Fine Arts (Visual Art) and exploring her culture through her own unique lens.

Meet Ethan: First Nations student and Bachelor of Arts graduate

For Kaantju, Girrumay and Badu man, Ethan Savage, studying at UniMelb gave him the chance to find a new home in a new city, meet lifelong friends and connect to his First Nations heritage.

Connecting to Country, culture and land through dance with Daniel Riley

For Wiradjuri man Daniel Riley, a dancer, choreographer and teacher at the Victorian College of the Arts, dance is more than self-expression, it is the opportunity to connect more deeply to Country, culture and land.

Acknowledging Country with Tiriki Onus

As we work from home, acknowledging the traditional owners of the land is more important than ever. But how do we acknowledge Country in the digital realm?

Meet Brittney: a Noongar woman from WA

A Noongar Woman from Western Australia, Brittney Andrews is a Bachelor of Science student, Student Outreach Intern at the University’s Indigenous institute Murrup Barak, go-getter and future paediatrician.

Unleash your fashionista with Moda9

Even though the University of Melbourne doesn’t have a fashion design course, we do have one of the most stylish cohorts in Melbourne! From high-end fashion brands, edgy street style that rivals an Off-White fashion show, through to classic vintage looks, our campus bustles with creative talent.

Channel your inner author

Do you enjoy writing, performing and discussing creative works? The Creative Literature and Writing Society (CLAWS), is the club for you! We aim to provide a welcoming environment for writers of all backgrounds and skill levels, where you can express yourself, tell your stories, socialise with like-minded people, and of course, have fun!