Melbourne Model – immerse yourself in a different way of thinking

The University of Melbourne’s degrees work a bit differently to those at most other Australian universities. They’re similar to those offered by many top institutions overseas in that you’ll start with an undergraduate degree, and can then choose to specialise at graduate level.

Why? We want you to create your own study path, with the power to choose your own direction and explore new options along the way. This is important in a world where careers are changing fast and employers value independent thinking.

Few people graduating today will stay in the same industry forever. With our degrees, you can build the right skills to adapt and to change successfully.

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Student stories

21 Aug 2018

Indigenous student's guide for moving to Melbourne

Moving to a new city to study can be pretty overwhelming, especially if it means leaving or being really far away from your family and community. But there’s an Indigenous student community and Murrup Barak staff here at The University of Melbourne to support you to make the move and have an awesome first year!

21 Aug 2018

The top five jobs you never knew you could get with a uni degree

With Year 12 over and exam results released, you might be one of many students facing an existential crisis with the BIG question: “What will I do with the rest of my life?”

21 Aug 2018

Calling Melbourne my second home

Malaysian student Wan Siew has no regrets moving to Australia to study agriculture

Career outcomes – Melbourne graduates

2017 career outcome survey of graduates three to five years after graduating

97%

of graduates from bachelors degrees are in employment

Our graduates

work across a diverse range of industries

in the private, government and non-profit sectors

89%

of graduates enjoy

the work they do

87%

of graduates feel their work

makes a positive contribution to the community