Planning approved for Australia’s leading innovation precinct
The University of Melbourne and its partners are one step closer to developing Australia’s leading innovation precinct, receiving planning approval from the Department of
Double passes on offer to Vivaldi's 'Gloria'
Beatus vir and Gloria are two of Vivaldi's most beautiful and moving choral works. Set within the magnificent St Paul's Cathedral, and using magical visual imagery, these
Melbourne Calling - Speak to one of our student callers and stay in touch
The University of Melbourne Telethon Program plays a crucial role in reconnecting alumni with the University, while also raising funds to support the University's students and researchers.
New Centre on Statelessness launchedExclusive alumni discount for 'Sunburnt Country'
What was Australia's climate like before official weather records began? How do scientists use tree-rings, ice cores and tropical corals to retrace the past? What do Indigenous seasonal calendarsMelbourne makes a public commitment to sustainability
The University’s Sustainability Investment Framework (SIF) has been released. Approved by University Council in December 2017, the SIF outlines the University’s approach to sustainability,Inspire the next generation of students
Become a STEM Industry Mentor at the University of Melbourne and motivate, inspire and empower the next generation of Science and Engineering students!
Win a double pass to 'Gurrumul'Monday Lunch Hour Concerts at Melba Hall
All alumni are welcome to join us at the Conservatorium's free lunch hour concert with staff, students, alumni and special guest artists performing well-known masterpieces and newly composed works.
Alexis Wright receives the 2018 Stella Prize
Professor Alexis Wright, a member of the Waanyi Nation and Boisbouvier Chair in Australian Literature at the Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne has been awarded the 2018 Stella Prize forGet insights into your graduate study options
You’re invited to attend our Virtual Fair to chat online with staff and current students from the University of Melbourne.
Service the community with Carlton Rotary Club
Rotary membership gives many opportunities for community service, business networking and social activities.
Take your first step towards stage and screen dreams
Take your first step on your dream toward the stage or screen!
Applications open for Pathway to Politics programSame sex marriage, Indigenous affairs champions honouredMonday Lunch Hour Concerts at Melba Hall
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music’s free lunch hour concert series continues through autumn with students, alumni and staff performing works by Bach, Caccini and Weber.
Win a double pass to 'The Death of Stalin'Antarctic research making its mark
A program sponsored by one of the Faculty of Science's longest-serving philanthropic foundations is helping a diverse range of students better understand the frozen world of Antarctica, 70 yearsArchitects named for New Student PrecinctBuxton Contemporary begins a new era for modern artInaugural McKinnon Prize winners announcedNGV Triennial: University of Melbourne ‘Voices’ bring research and art to life
Five global themes that impact the world.
Explore the University with a campus tour
Explore the University of Melbourne on a free guided tour of our Parkville campus, or discover the campus on your own through a self-guided tour.