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.

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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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How diet can improve teen health

Good nutrition and a 'healthy food environment' are vital for development and the creation of healthy habits to set young people up for a healthy life, explains Senior Lecturer (Human Nutrition), Dr Anita Lawrence in this bite-sized lecture.

We can prevent pandemics with wildlife disease surveillance

Our health is intrinsically connected with animal health. COVID-19 is the latest in a long list of diseases, known as zoonoses or zoonotic diseases, that are carried and spread to us from animals. In fact, 60 per cent of emerging human infectious diseases originate in animal populations.

10 reasons to doubt the United States of America is in political decline

Amid a global pandemic, economic struggle and election chaos, can the United States of America maintain its status as a political superpower on the world stage? Associate Dean (International) for the Faculty of Arts and Associate Professor in American Politics Tim Lynch gives us 10 reasons why this isn’t the end for the star-spangled banner.

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