Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and knowledge transfer.
Melbourne's teaching excellence has been rewarded two years in a row by grants from the Commonwealth Government's Learning and Teaching Performance Fund for Australian universities that demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching and learning.
Melbourne was also one of only three Australian universities to win ten citations -- the maximum number of awards possible -- under the Carrick Citations for Outstanding
Contributions to Student Learning. The citations recognise commitment by university staff who have shown outstanding leadership and innovation in teaching, and dedication and enthusiasm for student learning.
Academic Programs :
Faculties, Graduate Schools and administration
Architecture, Building and Planning
Economics and Commerce
Melbourne School of Land and Environment
Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Melbourne School of Graduate Research
The Victorian College of the Arts
Melbourne Consulting and Custom Programs
Melbourne Business School
Admission information :
Australian students (commencing both first-year and later-year entry) normally apply for undergraduate courses through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).
You are eligible for entry in an undergraduate course at the University of Melbourne if you have:
- successfully completed the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or an equivalent qualification;
- completed each of the prerequisite subjects for the course and any prerequisite tests, interviews or auditions (see Course Search for details);
- achieved the required entry score in each of the prerequisite subjects (see below and Course Search for details); and
- met the English language requirements.
Tuition and Fees :
International student tuition fees
International students pay tuition fees for study at the University of Melbourne. Each subject has a different fee, with prices varying for undergraduate and graduate subjects.
You pay tuition fees based on the particular subjects you choose to study. The amount you are charged is the sum of the fees for all subjects in which you enrol.
Financial Aid Information:
The University is an active participant in scholarship programs that:
- recognise academic achievement and attract outstanding students from around the world
- acknowledge a special responsibility to providing access to students who might otherwise be excluded by socioeconomic, cultural, geographic and other disadvantages
- scholarships available through the University
- scholarships available through the Australian Government and AusAid
- other scholarships