Discover Melbourne

Be inspired, challenged and supported by some of the world's brightest minds.

At Melbourne, you'll learn to think critically, creatively and collaboratively. Then, go beyond the lecture theatre to study overseas, volunteer or connect with leaders in your field.

Home to more than 100 research centres, galleries and museums, a veterinary clinic and even a working vineyard. Our community not only works with world-leading technology, we design it. From the bionic ear to improving our city skyline with green roofs or creating a robotic prosthetic that 'talks to the brain' - you'll join a community dedicated to making a positive impact.

Get to know our current students, academics and alumni to find out how a degree at Melbourne can help you make your mark on the world.

A place to call home

Need somewhere to live while you study? There are a range of accommodation types, at different price points, available to you. Explore shared apartments, studio rooms, dorms, colleges and other options.

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Curious about our campuses? Choose your own adventure on this self-guided, virtual tour. Explore any time, from wherever you are.

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Inside Melbourne

Get to know your university and how to make the most of your time here with advice from our current students, study tips and more.

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Meet John

New York-based head of Politics and Government at Instagram, and Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce alum, John Tass-Parker was named in the 2019 Forbes ‘30 Under 30 – Law & Policy’ list and continues to transform digital communications.

Meet Ze

Bachelor of Science graduate Ze Yue Sin works in International Operations Support for a Japanese food and beverage company, and each day utilises her knowledge of food science, environmental science and chemistry.

Meet Audrey

Working for Bates Smart, one of Australia’s oldest architectural practices, Master of Architecture graduate Audrey Cavalera feels a sense of belonging and credits her studies at Melbourne for instilling a certain way of thinking, a work ethic, and a process of self-awareness around the lifelong learning involved in her discipline.

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