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The University of Melbourne - a distinctive contribution to society in research.

Established in 1853, The University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and knowledge transfer.

As a fine academic institution, Melbourne honours its traditional promise to uphold the scholarly values of intellectual freedom, honesty, openness and rigour.

As a fine research institution, The University of Melbourne seeks to strengthen its core intellectual disciplines, open new paths to scientific understanding and support critical and creative endeavour in fields that do not fit conventional research paradigms.

As a fine teaching institution, The University of Melbourne aims to attract the brightest student cohorts from the widest range of backgrounds, offering an outstanding educational experience.

As a public-spirited institution, The University of Melbourne declares its intention to make research, student learning and external engagement serve public ends. This includes taking up pressing societal problems in research, producing graduates prepared for responsibility, and promoting inquiry and open debate based on evidence and reason.

As an internationally engaged institution, Melbourne undertakes to work with overseas colleagues and students to meet global challenges with intelligence, ingenuity and respect for humanity.

As a university with a strong sense of place, Melbourne reaffirms the unique virtues of its campus locale, where face-to-face teaching remains the norm, where scholars gather from across the globe, and where learning communities embrace evolving technologies. This is a place where great scholars lead talented students to open their minds, share wisdom and face the great unknowns: a place where each new generation can define a future that it values.


Programs

Bachelor's degree
Art & Design Delivery method Length Location
Bachelor of Design On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Design and Production) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Animation
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Fine Art
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Art) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Performing Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music Theatre) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Theatre) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Music (Interactive Composition) On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Music (Jazz and Improvisation) On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Music (Performance/ Composition/ Musicology/ Ethnomusicology Specialisation) On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Business
Bachelor of Commerce On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Health & Well-Being
Dentistry
Bachelor of Oral Health On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Medicine
Bachelor of Biomedicine On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Humanities & Culture
Bachelor of Arts On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Arts (Extended) On campus 4 years Melbourne (Australia)
Media & Communications
Creative Writing
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Screenwriting) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Film Production
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television) On campus 3 years Melbourne (Australia)
Science
Bachelor of Science On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Science (Extended) On campus 4 years Melbourne (Australia)
Agriculture & Forestry
Bachelor of Agriculture On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master's degree
Art & Design
Master of Art Curatorship On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Contemporary Art On campus 2 years Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Design for Performance On campus 2 years Melbourne (Australia)
Architecture
Master of Architectural Engineering On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Architecture On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Landscape Architecture On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Philosophy - Architecture, Building and Planning On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Arts Management
Master of Arts and Cultural Management On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Fine Art
Master of Fine Arts On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Performing Arts
Master of Dance On campus 1.5 years Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Music (Opera Performance) On campus 2 years Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Music (Orchestral Performance) On campus 2 years Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Music (Performance Teaching) On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Music (Research) On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Music Therapy On campus Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Theatre (Directing) On campus 2 years Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Theatre (Dramaturgy) On campus 1 year Melbourne (Australia)
Master of Theatre (Writing) On campus 1 year Melbourne (Australia)
Urban Design
Master of Urban and Cultural Heritage On campus Melbourne (Australia)

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Scholarships & funding

If you’re in your final year of secondary study and expecting a high ATAR, make the most of it with a Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship. Our residential colleges award around $6.5 million in assistance each year. Or maybe you're in line for a relocation allowance to help you with the move. Our Melbourne National Merit Scholarship pays $8000 to eligible students moving to Melbourne from parts of Australia outside Victoria.

Why study at The University of Melbourne

Because the Melbourne Model allows you to combine over 100 areas of study, you’re free to shape the degree that’ll ultimately shape your world. You can blend psychology with artificial intelligence, wine making with international communications, music with biomedicine.

With such generous choice and scope, you’ll become the person who makes a difference: knowledgeable and well-rounded, in high demand globally, someone who can think critically and creatively, speak persuasively, adapt to new challenges and collaborate with your peers.

Australia ranked #2 study abroad country

Australia has been ranked the #2 study abroad country in the world for 2020! With everything from the tranquility of the Gold Coast beaches to the adventure of the Australian Alps, take a trip “Down Under” and discover why Australia is a great choice for an exceptional study abroad experience.

Campuses

Parkville Campus

Our Parkville campus is a city within a city. With cafes, 12 libraries, gyms, specialty stores, a small supermarket, and even a seasonal farmers market, you’ll never have to leave. The Parkville campus is situated within a renowned knowledge precinct, which includes eight hospitals, many leading research institutes and a wide range of knowledge-based industries.

Burnley Campus

Our Burnley campus is dedicated to environmental and ornamental horticulture, with nine hectares of heritage-listed gardens.

Creswick Campus

In Creswick you’ll find Australia’s only dedicated forest ecosystem science campus, focusing on conservation, forest industry and molecular biology research.

Dookie Campus

The Dookie campus has played a pivotal role in the development of agriculture and agricultural teaching and learning in Australia since 1886. It remains a focal point for key research, teaching and technology development, helping to shape the future of agriculture in Australia.

Shepparton Campus

The Shepparton Medical Centre campus specialises in rural health and clinical education.

Southbank Campus

At Southbank campus, within the city’s lively creative arts precinct, you’ll find the University’s acclaimed music and visual and performing arts faculty. Southbank campus is purpose built for the creative arts, and features sound and dance stages, animation studios, cinemas and visual arts studios.

Werribee Campus

In the city’s west, the Werribee campus boasts some of the world’s most advanced veterinary facilities at the University’s Animal Hospital.

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