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2017 Undergraduate Prospectus
An introduction to studying at the University of Melbourne. Includes information about Melbourne, our courses, entry requirements, how to apply, accommodation and living costs for domestic and international students.
2017 University of Melbourne Profile Brochure
A snapshot of the University of Melbourne specifically for domestic and international students studying in Australia. Includes details about life at Melbourne, our courses, entry requirements and admissions information.
2017 Study Abroad and Exchange
If you’re considering coming to Melbourne as a study abroad or exchange student, this brochure has all the information you need about our campus, subjects, student support, program costs and how to apply.
2017 Graduate Prospectus
An introduction to graduate study options available through the University of Melbourne’s 18 graduate schools. Includes information about living in Melbourne, our courses, entry requirements and how to apply.
With an outstanding reputation as Australia’s leading comprehensive research-intensive university, we attract and cultivate the best and brightest researchers from around the world.
Undergraduate Course Brochures
2017 Bachelor of Agriculture
Detailed information about Agriculture at Melbourne, including studies in animal, soil and plant science, course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Arts
Detailed information about Arts at Melbourne, including languages, humanities, media and communications and social sciences. Includes course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Biomedicine
Detailed information about Biomedicine and Science at Melbourne, as well as Engineering, Oral Health and Concurrent Diplomas. Includes course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Commerce
Detailed information about Commerce at Melbourne, including Accounting, Actuarial Studies, Business, Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing. Includes course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Design
A collision of architecture, computing, civil systems, digital technologies, graphic design, landscape architecture, mechanical systems, performance design, property, spatial systems and urban planning.
2017 Engineering and IT
Detailed information about Engineering and IT at Melbourne, including pathways into Engineering and IT, course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2016 Bachelor of Environments
The Bachelor of Environments is not accepting applications for 2017 entry (however applications for lateral entry/entry with credit may still be accepted). Further information regarding subsequent intakes will be made available as soon as possible.
2017 Bachelor of Fine Arts
Detailed information about Fine Arts at Melbourne, including Animation, Dance, Film and Television, Music Theatre, Production, Screenwriting, Theatre Practice and Visual Art. Includes course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Music
Detailed information about Music at Melbourne, including Composition, Music Performance, Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Jazz & Improvisation, Interactive Composition. Includes course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Science
Detailed information about Science at Melbourne, as well as Engineering, IT, Psychology, Urban Horticulture and the Diploma in General Studies. Includes course plans, entry requirements, career outcomes and pathways to further study.
2017 Bachelor of Oral Health
The Bachelor of Oral Health prepares oral health therapists (including dental hygienists and dental therapists) in the latest skills and developments in the field.
2017 Diploma in General Studies
The DiGS program lets students explore study options at a university level, including biology and animal science, chemistry, economics, management and climate change subjects.
Year 10 Guide
A guide to Melbourne courses and subject choices for students in Year 10 who are looking to enter university in 2017.
2017 Undergraduate Scholarships
Information about the Melbourne Scholarships Program for prospective domestic and international undergraduate students.
2017 Access Melbourne
Information about Access Melbourne, the University’s special entry and access scheme. Includes information about eligibility, the Access Melbourne selection guarantee, applications and scholarships.
Australian Awards Scholars
Information about the Melbourne, study areas, services and support for Australian Awards Scholars.
University of Melbourne Extension Program
Find out how you can study a University subject while in high school, and earn an ATAR bonus.
2017 Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program
Find out about our Young Scholars Program, an academic enrichment program designed to support high-achieving students.
Melbourne’s international ranking performance at a glance.
Financing Your Graduate Study
Further information for domestic students including FEE-HELP; Graduate Access Melbourne; Financial aid and Scholarships and bursaries
2017 Undergraduate Entry
If you're studying overseas, you may be taking courses we recognise for undergraduate course entry.
Information for parents
Do you feel equipped to support your child in making important decisions about their future?
'Steps to your career' posters for Careers Practitioners
A guide to the steps students need to take in their study at Melbourne to pursue the career they want. Posters include career steps for Architecture, Dentistry, Engineering, Information Technology, Journalism, Law, Medicine, Music, Nursing, Optometry, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Teaching, Speech Pathology, Social Work, Urban Planning and Veterinary Science.Download posters
Graduate pathway options poster for Careers Practitioners
A great illustration of the pathways taken by our actual students to pursue careers in law, veterinary medicine and the arts.