Melbourne

Consistently ranked as the world's most livable city by The Economist, Melbourne, Australia's second-largest city has a population of almost 4.1 million people from as many as 153 different countries. As a result of the gold rush in the state of Victoria during the 1850's and 60's, Melbourne is the vibrant, cosmopolitan, culinary, financial, and multicultural center of Australia. Often referred to as Australia's culture and sporting capital, Melbourne was the first city in the southern hemisphere to play host to the Olympic Summer Games in 1956 and continues to play host to major international events each year. In more recent years it has been recognized as a UNESCO City of Literature and a major center for street art.

Resting on the Yarra River's banks in Port Philip Bay, Melbourne is comprised of smaller neighborhoods, each with its own personality and attractions, and with an extensive public transportation system you can easily explore them all. Melbourne is known for its maze of gothic laneways that lie behind the city streets, where the venues for food, fashion and art are small, quirky and sometimes hidden. With a city that is brimming with things to do and see and a population that is known for being friendly and inclusive, Melbourne is a city that will instantly feel like home.

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Academic Programs Offered in Melbourne

Year
Sem./Tri.
Summer
J-Term
INTERNSHIPS
Courses with Locals in Multiple Disciplines - La Trobe University
La Trobe University

2017

CodePrice
Spring 1 2017
(Feb 10, 2017 to Jun 23, 2017)
IMES3117$12,450
Fall 1 2017
(Jul 8, 2017 to Nov 18, 2017)
IMEF3117$12,450

2018

CodePrice
Spring 1 2018
(Early Feb, 2018 to Late Jun, 2018)
IMES3118 TBA
Courses with Locals in Multiple Disciplines - University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne

2017

CodePrice
Spring 2 2017
(Feb 10, 2017 to Jun 24, 2017)
IMES3217$16,550
Fall 2 2017
(Jul 8, 2017 to Nov 18, 2017)
IMEF3217$16,550

2018

CodePrice
Spring 2 2018
(Early Feb, 2018 to Late Jun, 2018)
IMES3218 TBA