Focus on Melbourne

Our 2024 event series has now concluded. Thanks to everyone who attended. Expressions of interest for our 2025 series will open soon.

Join us at our Parkville and Southbank campuses for dedicated in-person sessions tailored for students considering studying in Semester 2, 2024 or Semester 1, 2025. Learn more about our undergraduate study areas, how you can create a degree based on your passions and strengths, and the many career possibilities that lie ahead.

Focus on Music,
Tues 21 May, 6–8pm

Ready to be challenged and empowered to think, feel and create with your unique artistic voice?

Focus on Agriculture,
Wed 22 May, 6–8pm

Apply science, technology and business to solve some of the world's most critical sustainability issues.

Focus on Biomedicine,
Tues 28 May, 6–8pm

Play a key role in unlocking the mysteries of the human body and improving the health of your community.

Focus on IT,
Wed 29 May, 6–8pm

Explore the latest advancements in AI and cybersecurity and pair creative thinking with science and technology.

Focus on Commerce,
Wed 29 May, 6–8pm

Develop the expertise and industry connections to make a difference in the business, government, public or not-for-profit sectors.

Focus on Arts,
Thurs 30 May, 6–8pm

Choose from more than 40 areas of specialisation, and gain the critical, creative and practical skills to inspire major societal and cultural change.

Focus on Law,
Mon 3 June, 6–8pm

Get ready to join the next generation of lawyers, opening yourself up to a wide range of career possibilities across industries and sectors.

Focus on Engineering,
Tues 4 June, 6–8pm

Discover a range of undergraduate study options that will equip you with the skills and creativity to excel in your preferred engineering field.

Focus on Education,
Wed 5 June, 6–8pm

Ready to inspire future generations? Find out how you can explore your unique passions while establishing a strong career in teaching.

Focus on Design,
Wed 5 June, 6–8pm

Explore your creativity and apply design thinking to transform how societies live, communicate and interact – now and into the future.

Focus on Science,
Thurs 6 June, 6–8pm

Find out how you can create a degree as unique as you are, across science, technology, engineering, maths and biological sciences.

Focus on Fine Arts,
Thurs 6 June, 6.30–8.30pm

Push yourself creatively and hone your craft while gaining real-world experience in Australia's artistic heartland.

Explore your future at Melbourne

The Melbourne curriculum

Explore your strengths and passions while developing the skills, connections and flexible mindset to take on tomorrow's challenges.

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Undergraduate courses

Choose from a broad range of disciplines which cover more than 100 study areas, allowing you to create a degree as unique as you are.

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Career pathways

If you already have a clear idea of your future career direction, but aren't quite sure what you need to study, we can show you the way.

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Your pathway into an undergraduate degree

Through the Diploma in General Studies you’ll build the skills you need to achieve your best at university, all while living in a close-knit and supportive community at our Dookie campus (near Shepparton). The diploma allows you to explore your study options before committing to a bachelors degree; gain guaranteed entry into and earn extra credit towards a UniMelb degree, study prerequisite subjects you may have missed in high school and much more.

Diploma in General Studies

Programs for Indigenous students

At Melbourne, you'll be part of a thriving, friendly and diverse community of more than 500 Indigenous students. Targeted programs and support for Indigenous students are offered through our centres and institutes, as well as our faculties, graduate schools, and residential colleges, which see our students flourish and succeed in their degrees and beyond.