The University of Melbourne
Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s leading research university, with a 165-year-long tradition of higher education in the arts, sciences and numerous professional disciplines. The university’s on-campus teaching and graduate online programs helps undergraduate and postgraduate students from Australia and many other countries to achieve globally recognised qualifications. The educational experience here prepares well-rounded graduates who are academically outstanding and practically grounded. It also supports and encourages internationally-connected research collaborations around basic and applied problems, in the hope of changing the world for the better.
The university offers more than 400 higher level graduate courses across a broad range of disciplines, among them professional entry programs including the Juris Doctor (law), the Master of Teaching, the Master of Engineering and the Master of Architecture. Its graduate study areas include Architecture, building, planning and design, Arts, humanities and social sciences, Business and economics, Engineering and information technology, Environment, Health, Law, Music, and visual and performing arts, Science, and Veterinary and agricultural science.
The University of Melbourne offers learning that stimulates, challenges and fulfils the potential of excellent students from around the globe, leading to personal development, meaningful careers and profound contributions to society. The university has seven campus locations across Melbourne and rural Victoria, including the Parkville campus. Its main campus in Parkville offers everything from a supermarket to specialty shops, two gyms, a theatre, nine museums and galleries and plenty of outdoor spaces.
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