News from the University of Melbourne


‘Make it Possible with Melbourne’ Series

 

Senior students should note that during the months of May and June, the University of Melbourne will be hosting a series of free ‘Make it Possible with Melbourne’  Information Sessions (formerly known as the Focus On Series) in the early evening aimed at informing prospective students about the courses on offer; hear from current students, academic staff and recent graduates about what it is like to study that degree or course at Melbourne, and the career and personal development opportunities available to graduates. Registrations are open, so act quickly!  To register click on the links listed below!

Date Event Campus
Tuesday 16 May Make it Possible – Biomedicine Parkville
Wednesday 17 May Make it Possible – Agriculture Parkville
Thursday 18 May Make it Possible – Veterinary Science Parkville
Tuesday 23 May Make it Possible – Engineering Parkville
Wednesday 24 May Make it Possible – Information Technology Parkville
Tuesday 30 May Make it Possible – Science Parkville
Wednesday 31 May Make it Possible – Commerce Parkville
Tuesday 6 June Make it Possible – Arts Parkville
Wednesday 7 June Make it Possible – Design Parkville
Thursday 8 June Make it Possible – Law Parkville
Tuesday 13 June Make it Possible – Music Parkville
Tuesday 20 June Make it Possible – Fine Arts Parkville
     

 

  • A Day at Melbourne

 

The University of Melbourne is hosting a special event for Year 10 – 12 students, local and international – and their families, allowing attendees the opportunity to come and explore the Parkville campus and find out more about the range of study options available at the university.

It is a great opportunity to gather information and talk to University staff about all aspects of studying and life at Melbourne.  A tour of the Southbank campus will also be included in the program for those who wish to visit the Victorian College of the Arts.

 

Find out more about:

  • Undergraduate degrees and graduate pathways at Melbourne
  • Unique opportunities to enrich your degree such as concurrent diplomas and going on exchange and study abroad
  • Admissions and entry requirements
  • Access Melbourne and Melbourne Scholarships
  • Accommodation options
  • How parents can help with the transition to university.Date:                     Friday 7 April 2017 Time:                    9.00am – 3.00pm
  • Location:             Parkville Campus, the University of Melbourne

 

Registration:      Registration is essential – register at A Day at Melbourne. For more information, email Rod Nelson rodneyn@unimelb.edu.au

 

 

 

  • Veterinary Science and Hospital Open Day

 

Prospective students, parents, children, animal lovers and veterinary science buffs — we welcome the whole community to our annual Open Day.  The Open Day is an opportunity for prospective students and their parents to speak with veterinary staff, meet current students and learn about the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine graduate program.

 

Date:                     Saturday 29 April 2017

Time:                    10.00am – 3.00pm

Location:             University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital, 250 Princes Hwy,

Werribee Campus

 

For more information and to register, visit Veterinary Science Open Day 2017