Life in the world's most liveable city at Australia's number 1 university
The University of Melbourne experience is more than just lectures and study sessions. As a University of Melbourne student, you can get involved in the many activities on offer, enjoy amazing new experiences and make lifelong friends along the way.
Melbourne attracts the best and brightest students and researchers and, with a history of over 160 years, we occupy a special place at the heart of our city’s cultural scene.
Join a club
The University of Melbourne has over 200 affiliated clubs and societies. Clubs are a great way to meet new friends, explore new interests and develop new skills.
Our students form clubs and societies not just because they love their course, but also because they enjoy a range of activities. Clubs range from cultural, religious and political to musical and recreational.
Travel the world
Our students have researched at Europe’s oldest university in Bologna, studied French in Quebec, developed their knowledge of physics in Japan, learned about management in the fashion industry in Milan, and developed their community skills in Chile – all while enrolled in a University of Melbourne degree.
Through our study abroad and exchange program you can study at some of the world’s most prestigious institutions. You’ll get a competitive edge when you enter the workplace, as employers are always looking for international experience, and best of all, have an amazing experience.
Enjoy world-class learning spaces
Arts West is the brand new home of the Bachelor of Arts, giving our undergraduates access to world-class learning spaces, and equipping our academic staff with a new purpose-built teaching and research environment.
The new spaces have been purpose designed, and include facilities for collaborative and project based learning, interactive learning (including a cinema- quality interactive theatre), a media laboratory, and lecture and discursive spaces. There are two specialised teaching rooms to combine the great potential for object-based learning.
Get involved in leadership and volunteering
There are lots of opportunities to get involved, develop new skills and knowledge, and form friendships with your fellow students. Volunteering will also enhances your resume as employers value students who have a range of experiences.