Universities in Melbourne
La Trobe University
Established in 1964, La Trobe University is one of Australia's fastest growing universities. La Trobe University is recognized by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Australia. Students at La Trobe can select from a wide range of subjects in which to study with the university's five faculties in Humanities, Social Sciences, Media, Communications, Business, Law, Science, Technology, Engineering, Health Sciences and Education. La Trobe has excellent research opportunities as well, due in part to the industry linkages that have been formed, and include over 30 University and faculty-based research centers and institutes.
La Trobe's Study Abroad program offers exciting study opportunities, specialty programs and activities which allow you to create your own personalized program and make the most of your overseas study experience, including:
- Field trips
La Trobe University's largest campus and one of the most attractive university campuses in Australia, the Melbourne (Bundoora) campus, covers over 500 acres of stunning parkland with its own waterways and a wildlife sanctuary, is situated 8 miles from central Melbourne. Melbourne is the capital city of the state Victoria. Home to a population originating from 135 different countries, Melbourne is famous for its multiculturalism - even on a student budget you can enjoy the cuisine of just about every nation on earth. The La Trobe University Study Abroad program immerses students into both campus life and Australian culture, offering diverse and vibrant campus environments and communities.
Ranked among the top 4% of universities in the world in the QS World University rankings, La Trobe University provides students with the opportunity to achieve an ideal balance between academic and extra-curricular activities. La Trobe University is one of Australia's leading universities with an international reputation for academic excellence and innovation.
Cricos Code: 00115M
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University of Melbourne
Found in 1853, the University of Melbourne has a 150-year history of leadership in research, innovation, teaching and learning in a variety of fields ranging from the Arts to Sciences. University of Melbourne is recognized by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Australia. It is also affiliated with the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD-EQUIS). Choose from thousands of available subjects in Business, Education, Humanities & Social Sciences, Law, Applied and Environmental Sciences, Health Sciences, Engineering, and Technology to name a few. Additionally, University of Melbourne's Victorian College of the Arts offers elite classes in performing arts, and its Asian Institute brings together expertise in politics, anthropology, economics, linguistics, history, religion and society across a number of Asian countries and the Middle East, including Islamic studies.
Over 25% of the University of Melbourne's student population is international with students coming to the university from more than 100 countries. In addition to making lifelong friends, students will learn with other top students from around the world. The campus is spacious, green, leafy, and walking distance to downtown (10 minutes by tram) allowing easy access to a variety of cultural and social events and activities available throughout the year.
At the University of Melbourne, you'll find everything to make the most of your time abroad: top-ranked academics, strong commitment to international education, and an exceptional lifestyle outside of class. It's proximity to downtown Melbourne and outstanding international office provide the perfect environment for study abroad students.
Independently-published world rankings consistently place it as a leader in higher education in Australia, the Asia Pacific, and around the globe. The QS World Rankings publishes an annual ranking of the top universities in the world and for 2015, the University of Melbourne placed 42th overall.
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