I N F O R M AT I O N F O R D O M E ST I C

    Many people know that the University of             The University of Melbourne offers learning
    Melbourne is ranked number one in Australia,        that stimulates, challenges and fulfils the                        World's most liveable city
    but you may not know why.                           potential of excellent students from around                        2011–2017 Q
                                                        the globe, leading to personal development,
    We are one of the world’s finest universities.      meaningful careers and profound
    Employers worldwide seek out our graduates.                                                                            More cafes and restaurants
                                                        contributions to society.
    Our students succeed at the highest levels,                                                                            per capita than any other
    and in more than one domain.                        That’s why some of the world’s most                                city in the world
                                                        ambitious minds choose Melbourne.
    They live in the heart of Melbourne – one of the
    world's most liveable cities – while studying,                                                                         World-class shopping
    volunteering, and creating lifelong friendships
    with peers from all over Australia and the world.
                                                                                                      Q The Economist Intelligence Unit

#1 IN AUSTRALIA QW                                               #32 IN THE WORLD W                              #7 IN THE WORLD FOR

              FLEXIBLE AND                                                           YOUR CITY                            WORLDS WITHIN WORLDS
            FOCUSED DEGREES                                                Consistently ranked as one of the             We’re woven into the fabric of Melbourne
    Select majors, electives and breadth                                 world’s most liveable cities, Melbourne       and of Victoria. The University of Melbourne
  subjects that focus on your chosen career                                 is safe, fun and is a hub for tech,        is an integral part of the city, and our global
from day one. Or, take your time to explore a                                      the arts and sport.R                  outlook reflects our multicultural home.
     range of subjects before deciding.

               YOUR TEACHERS                                                  YOUR NETWORKS                                        YOUR CAREER
   Learn from expert academics who are                                Melbourne draws high achievers from more              We’re ranked higher for graduate
  changing the world one project at a time.                          countries than any other Australian university.   employability than some of the world’s top
   Your lecturers, tutors and mentors will                             We have over 140 nationalities represented       universities, including Oxford, Cambridge,
inspire you and prepare you for your career.                             on campus, and our graduates join an          Berkeley and the University of Hong Kong.E
                                                                     international network of over 400 000 alumni.

                      SUPPORT                                                   SCHOLARSHIPS                                  ACCESS MELBOURNE
Whatever you need, we’ll be with you every                                 Melbourne has one of the most                    If you’re a domestic student whose
 step of the way. Connect with our services                          generous scholarship programs in Australia.       circumstances have affected your ATAR, our
through Stop 1 – you can always come to us                                     Find one that suits you:                equity program Access Melbourne can help.
           for support and advice.                               

Q   Academic Ranking of World Universities 2019
W   Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020
E   QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020
R   Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual global liveability survey


    Melbourne is one of the world’s most multicultural cities and dynamic
    international business hubs, while still being quirky, fun and easy to navigate.

    The inner city is a cluster of exciting           WEEKLY COST OF LIVING
    communities connected by public transport         ESTIMATE
    and bike paths, and the University of
    Melbourne is at the heart of it all. Explore      The information on page 6 outlines the
    our famous cobblestone lanes, go to a             estimated living costs in $AUD for a student
    music festival, take in a world-class theatre     at the Parkville and Southbank campuses of
    production, sample amazing cuisine or catch       the University of Melbourne, according to the
    an AFL game – you can do it all (and more!) in    type of accommodation chosen. Tuition fees
    Melbourne.                                        are not included in the estimates.

    Regional Victoria is known for its iconic         There is a range of student accommodation
    beaches, wineries, bushwalking and farm-          options, including university-approved
    to-table food, and is just a short train or bus   residences, within walking distance of the
    ride away.                                        Parkville campus.

                                                      Check out your options at:
    YOUR LIVING COSTS                       
    Melbourne offers many lifestyle options to fit
    many budgets, so take the time to consider
    what suits you best. You might choose to live
    in the inner suburbs, and walk or cycle to
    uni. Some students choose to save on rental
    costs by living further out, in which case they
    need to think about public transport costs
    or a car.

    Substantial savings can be made by sharing
    accommodation, shopping at Melbourne’s
    famous markets, using our libraries and
    student-owned co-ops, and attending free
    events on campus.

    Your total cost may include:

    •   Tuition fees
    •   Flights
    •   Cost of living
    •   Visa application fees
    •   Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)


Live in the heart of Australia’s most                RESIDENTIAL COLLEGES
liveable city, connected to Australia’s              Be part of something bigger within an
No.1Q University.                                    immersive residential college community
                                                     ranging in size from 70-400 students. With all
We have been expanding our range of                  meals provided, weekly academic tutorials,
accommodation options, making it easier              and comprehensive support included,
than ever to find your place at Melbourne.           college living is a unique and transformative
Select from shared apartments, self-contained        experience. With 140 years of rich heritage,
studios, dormitory-style living, residential         colleges blend historic architecture with
colleges, homestay and private rental options.       modern facilities.

                                                     Share rich conversations in iconic Dining
LITTLE HALL, LISA BELLEAR                            Halls, make close friends through clubs,
HOUSE AND UNILODGE                                   societies and intercollegiate competition
LINCOLN HOUSE                                        and immerse yourself in a range of social,
                                                     cultural, sporting, musical and leadership
Enjoy your best university life and stay within
                                                     programs. With dedicated residential tutors
walking distance of our Parkville campus, in
                                                     and professional staff living on site, college
university-approved accommodation.
                                                     will support your learning with academic
Residences include Little Hall - a learning          tutorials, pastoral care, career mentors and
hub with dedicated academic programs                 vast alumni networks, encouraging you to
set to open in Semester 2, 2021; Lisa                perform at your best and develop real world
Bellear House – located over the road from           skills. In 2020, over $7.5 million in college
parklands and situated between our Parkville         scholarships will be awarded, with more
campus, the city centre and the vibrant              than one-third of students receiving financial
student district of Brunswick; and UniLodge          aid.
Lincoln House – modern dormitory-style
living with impeccably-designed shared               OTHER OPTIONS
facilities overlooking the city. No matter
                                                     The University’s Student Housing service
which residence you call home, our team of
                                                     provides detailed information and support
professional staff will be ready to support you
                                                     to assist students with finding alternate
in any circumstance and ease your transition
                                                     housing options, such as homestay, hostels
into university life. You’ll also be able to enjoy
                                                     or private rentals.
a year-round calendar of social, academic,
wellbeing and sporting activities.                   Student Housing can provide advice on
                                                     your rights and responsibilities as a tenant,
As an undergraduate, full-time student,
                                                     refer you to financial support if needed and
you are eligible for an offer of guaranteed
                                                     provide transportation information and tips
accommodation. Rest easy knowing you
                                                     on getting study ready.
have a place to call home at Melbourne.
                                                     One of your options is Student Village
                                                     Melbourne. Here you can enjoy your own
                                                     furnished bedroom with ample workspace
                                                     and access to village facilities designed
                                                     specifically for students.

                                                     Find out more:

                                                     Q THE World University Rankings 2020


    2020 RESIDENTIAL FEES                                               AT A GLANCE
    The information in the table below outlines                                                                                                                       Public transport fares
                                                                                                Groceries $80 - $150/week
    the estimated living costs for a student                                                                                                                          $40/week
    at the Parkville campus of the University
    of Melbourne, according to the type of                                                      Bills (electricity, gas,
    accommodation chosen. Costs vary, within                                                                                                                          Phone payment plan
                                                                                                water and internet)
    the range provided, depending on the                                                                                                                              $50/month
                                                                                                $60 - $80/week
    individual residence. Tuition fees are not
    included in estimates.
                                                                                                                                                                      Gym membership
                                                                                                Coffee on campus $3.50

                                                                                                Bike $150 (Hire: $3/day)

     Accommodation          Distance       Meals      Weekly       Total         Basics:        24/7           24/7          Year-round     Year-round       Academic          Alumni,           Annual
     type                     from                     cost        weeks        utilities,    security     professional      residential      calendar        support          career &           cost
                             Stop 1                                             Internet,       staff       wellbeing            life         of inter-                       mentoring
                                                                               furniture/                      staff          activities     residence                        programs
                                                                              furnishings                                                      events,
                                                                                                                                             and sport
     Little Hall              450m           X           E         26, 48           ✓              ✓              ✓               ✓           Sport R         General           Career              E
                                                                   or 52                                                                                     Academic          skills and
                                                                                                                                                              Support        employment
                                                                                                                                                              Program         program R
     Melbourne                300m           X           E         26, 48           ✓              ✓              ✓               ✓           Sport R             X             Career              E
     Connect W                                                     or 52                                                                                                       skills and
                                                                                                                                                                              program R
     Lisa Bellear             1.6km          X         $399 -      26, 48           ✓              ✓              ✓               ✓           Sport R             X             Career         $22 828 –
     House                                              $475       or 52                                                                                                       skills and      $26 780 T
                                                                                                                                                                              program R
     University               850m           X         $380 -       26,48           ✓              ✓              X               ✓               X               X                X           $21 840 –
     Apartments                                        $460         or 52                                                                                                                      $26 000 T
     UniLodge Lincoln         430m           X         $308 -      26, 48           ✓              ✓              ✓               ✓           Sport R             X         Career skills R    $18,096 –
     House                                             $366        or 52                                                                                                                       $21 112 T
     Residential              400m -          ✓        $684-       35-39            ✓              ✓              ✓               ✓               ✓               ✓                ✓            $26 675 –
     colleges                 1.6km          All       $936                                                  Staff living                                    Full weekly                       $32 763 Y
                                            meals                                                              onsite                                         academic
                                          included                                                                                                             tutorial
                                                                                                                                                                for all
     Student Village          650m           X         $338 -      26, 48           ✓              ✓              ✓               ✓           Sport R             X         Career skills R     $19 656 –
                                                        $514       or 52                                                                                                                       $28 808 T
     Shared private           Within         X         $207 -      Varies           X              X              X               X               X               X                X           $15 964 –
     rental in Carlton,       5.2km                    $ 295                    Furniture/                                                                                                     $21 580 T
     Parkville &                                                               furnishings
     Brunswick area                                                               varies
     Homestay                 Varies       Varies      $200 -      Varies         Varies           X              X               X               X               X                X           $15 600 –
                                                       $460                                                                                                                                    $30 160 U

    Q The fees listed in the table are subject to change and indicative only, go to for updates on current fees and other costs involved.
    W Melbourne Connect is scheduled to open in 2021 and will offer live-in opportunities for graduate students.
    E Living costs should be finalised by June 2020. Please check for more information.
    R Partially meets criteria.
    T Total estimated annual living cost including rent, utilities, internet and public transport ( excludes food, course fees and incidentals). On average, students should budget at least $80-$150
      per week ($4160-$7800 per year) for food and groceries if they do not have meals provided. See:
    Y This fee is for first-year undergraduate students and includes access to all the facilities of the College and participation in the weekly academic (tutorials), cultural, intellectual, social and
      sporting programs of the College. All meals are provided. Up to 40% of students receive a scholarship or bursary, which can reduce the average weekly rent by between $100 and $500.
      For more details, see:
    U Total estimated annual living cost including rent, utilities, internet, public transport and a varied number of meals (excludes course fees and incidentals).


As a University of Melbourne                       STUDYING OVERSEAS
graduate, you’ll be highly sought                  You could study at some of the world’s most
after. That’s because our students                 prestigious institutions to gain an academic
can build their experience and                     and professional edge. Take French in Québec,
                                                   science in Estonia, business in Beijing or
networks from day one.
                                                   anthropology in Santiago. Go for as long as
                                                   a year on exchange to another renowned
There are many ways to incorporate practical
                                                   university, or pick up a subject we offer that is
experience into your studies at Melbourne.
                                                   taught overseas.
You can intern at one of the world’s most
influential organisations, gain international
experience, start a business, volunteer with       your-experience
organisations that inspire you, work part time
and gain valuable skills while you study, or all
of the above!
                                                   THE NEW MELBOURNE
                                                   STUDENT EXPERIENCE
Whether you have a dream career or want to         We are taking a renewed approach to student
explore your options first, we will be there to    life, focusing on a series of key commitments
support you to achieve your very best.             to our undergraduate students. You will:

                                                   •   Be assisted and guided through your
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE                                   transition to university, especially in your
Internships are a great way to get first-hand          first semester
industry experience and figure out if your         •   Develop a connection and sense of
dream career is right for you. Our students            belonging with your peers and the wider
intern in leading companies and institutions           University community
in Australia and abroad, paving the way to         •   Have access to a network of advisors and
fulfilling and exciting careers.                       mentors for personalised advice to ensure
                                                       you make the most of your study and
                                                       engagement opportunities
                                                   •   Have a transformative experience
AND NETWORKING                                         intellectually as well as personally,
OPPORTUNITIES                                          through excellent and challenging
Employers love to see leadership experience            teaching and learning
on your resume – and we love to help you get       •   Become active in responding to
it! Lead a student group, direct a play, mentor        the needs of the local and global
a younger student or help run one of over 200          community through volunteering,
clubs and societies to make connections and            service and social entrepreneurship
build your networks.                               •   Be recognised for your individual
                                                       and group achievements over the
                                                       course of your degree.
Take your skills into the community, contribute    New initiatives are already underway,
to a cause you are passionate about and make       which we will continue to develop
a difference! You can volunteer in Australia or    and implement throughout 2020-21
overseas. In many cases your experience can        to support these commitments.
count towards your degree, and we offer awards
and grants to help finance your volunteer work.

The Global Leadership and Employability team
provides programs and services to students
free of charge, including screened job listings,
workshops, industry events and connections
with alumni. You can even attend a free Career
Bootcamp. In addition, many faculties offer
seminars, practical training, networking events
and more to help you break into a great career.


    The world’s most ambitious minds choose the University of Melbourne,
    not just because we’re ranked number one.

    Our degrees aren’t like most others you’ll         At Melbourne you’ll network with a diverse,      FIRST YEAR
    find in Australia. They’re aligned with those      multi-cultural community of leading minds –
                                                                                                        In first year, you'll be able to explore a range of
    offered by many top universities worldwide.        your teachers and peers – who will enrich your
                                                                                                        subject areas that you're interested in. You'll
    You’ll start with one of our broad-based           perspective and broaden your horizons.
                                                                                                        combine subjects within your discipline and
    undergraduate degrees. You can then choose
                                                       You’ll be ready to enter the workforce career    outside of it too – giving you a breadth of
    to join the workforce or go onto specialised
                                                       ready with an undergraduate degree. Or           knowledge that sets you apart. By the time you
    professional education at graduate level.
                                                       you can go onto specialised professional         choose your major, you'll be well informed.
    Our unique curriculum, with its embedded           education at graduate level, or even undertake
    ‘breadth’ studies, empowers you to choose          a research degree.                               SECOND AND THIRD YEARS
    your direction and create a degree as unique
                                                       A University of Melbourne degree will help       In second year, you'll start to focus on the
    as you are. This means your Melbourne
                                                       you build the right skills and global networks   study area which will become your major
    experience is yours to shape. In a world where
                                                       to adapt to whatever lies ahead. A distinct      (if you haven't already), while still remaining
    careers and industries are evolving at lightning
                                                       and outstanding education experience will        flexible enough to explore. Outside of the
    speed, your independent and innovative
                                                       prepare you for success as leaders, change       classroom, second year is great for going on
    thinking will set you apart from the rest.
                                                       agents and global citizens. You’ll achieve all   exchange, leading clubs, building industry
    Take the opportunity to study at our 200           this while living in the heart of Melbourne –    networks and getting into lots of fun activities.
    partner institutions around the world. Our         one of the world’s most liveable cities.
                                                                                                        By third year, you will achieve a level of
    connections within government and the
                                                       As a world-leading university, employers seek    specialisation and could take part in a third
    community as well corporate partnerships will
                                                       out our students. Our graduates represent our    year ‘capstone’ experience, designed to
    bridge the gap between study and work with
                                                       greatest contribution to the world.              consolidate your learning and really prepare
    industry-based learning.
                                                                                                        you for your career. Capstone subjects may
                                                       We want you to come as you are and leave         involve work placements, project-based
                                                       who you want to be. How else are you going to    learning, a research project, or a coursework
                                                       make your mark on the world?                     subject outlining business best practice.

                                                                                                        See pages 10–11 for a full list of majors –
                                                                                                        we have over 100 available.

WHAT IS ‘BREADTH’?                                 CONCURRENT DIPLOMAS                                YOUR NEXT STEP:
A breadth subject is one taken from outside        Want to be an economics reporter with first-       GRADUATE STUDY
your core studies or major. Most University        class programming skills or a side gig playing     When you’re informed and ready, you can
of Melbourne undergraduates take breadth           the cello? Concurrent diplomas allow you to        choose from hundreds of graduate study
subjects.                                          study an extra qualification alongside your        options. You’ll get the full benefit of the
                                                   degree. This can enhance your employability        graduate school experience by studying
Breadth will allow you to tailor your course       and enable you to develop detailed knowledge       intensively, in small classes led by experts,
to fit your individual passions and career         in an area outside your main area of study.        and alongside others who share your deep
ambitions. You might, for example, study
                                                                                                      interests and desire to succeed. Work towards
science but take breadth in Mandarin Chinese       We offer four concurrent diplomas:
                                                                                                      a professional qualification (for example
– a great choice for a scientist looking to work
                                                   •   Diploma in Computing                           through the Juris Doctor), or join our world-
internationally and help solve global issues.
                                                   •   Diploma in Languages                           changing researchers with a research higher
You can also use breadth to explore something
                                                   •   Diploma in Mathematical Sciences               degree. Your higher level graduate degree will
you’ve always been curious about, whether it
                                                                                                      be internationally recognised, and instantly
looks related to your major or not.                •   Diploma in Music
                                                                                                      distinguishes you from those who study
Some students find that taking a breadth           High-achieving students may be able to             a traditional Australian single or double
subject ignites a passion they’d never known       complete their degree and concurrent               undergraduate degree.
about. Others might use breadth to improve         diploma within the three years of their
their career prospects by complementing their      degree, but studying a concurrent diploma
major with a language, communication skills,       typically will add six months or a year to your
or business know-how. ‘Breadth tracks’ (groups     undergraduate full-time studies.
of subjects taken throughout your degree) may
even qualify you for graduate study in a field
that’s very different to your major.


      (BACHELORS) DEGREE                                        SPECIALISED GRADUATE                           Enter the workforce career-ready with a
                                                                                                                 Melbourne undergraduate degree
                3 years duration                                      PROGRAM
                                                                         1+ years’ duration
  Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Design,
                                                                     (depending on the program)
        Fine Arts, Music or Science
                                                                       Professional masters
                                                             Accredited world-leading qualifications to
        DEPTH 75%              BREADTH 25%                   help you enter a wide range of professions
   Major and core subjects     Subjects outside
   (over 100 areas of study)    core discipline                                   OR                                   YOUR CAREER
                                                                     Research specialisation                     Build on your career experience and
                                                             In-depth study to build your research career       industry knowledge with specialised
          Agriculture or Oral Health                                                                                  graduate study later in life



     A major, minor or a specialisation refers to a concentration of subjects that
     equips you with specialised knowledge in your chosen field of study.

     •   Agricultural Economics               •   Plant and Soil Science              •    Production Animal Science

     •   Ancient World Studies                •   English Language Studies*           •    Knowledge and Learning*
     •   Anthropology                         •   Environmental Studies*              •    Law and Justice*
     •   Arabic Studies                       •   European Studies*                   •    Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
     •   Art History                          •   French Studies                      •    Media and Communications
     •   Asian Studies                        •   Gender Studies                      •    Philosophy
     •   Australian Indigenous Studies        •   Geography                           •    Politics and International Studies
     •   Chinese Societies*                   •   German Studies                      •    Psychology
     •   Chinese Studies                      •   Hebrew and Jewish Studies           •    Russian Studies
     •   Classics                             •   History                             •    Screen and Cultural Studies
     •   Creative Writing                     •   History and Philosophy of Science   •    Sociology
     •   Criminology                          •   Indonesian Studies                  •    Spanish and Latin American Studies
     •   Development Studies*                 •   Islamic Studies                     * Study area available as a minor only.

     •   Economics                            •   Italian Studies
     •   English and Theatre Studies          •   Japanese Studies

     •   Biochemistry and Molecular Biology   •   Human Nutrition                     •    Neuroscience
     •   Bioengineering Systems               •   Human Structure and Function        •    Pathology
     •   Biotechnology                        •   Immunology                          •    Pharmacology
     •   Cell and Developmental Biology       •   Infection and Immunity              •    Physiology
     •   Genetics                             •   Microbiology                        •    Psychology

     •   Accounting                           •   Economics                           •    Management
     •   Actuarial Studies                    •   Finance                             •    Marketing

•   Architecture                         •   Digital Technologies                        •   Performance Design
•   Civil Systems                        •   Graphic Design                              •   Property
•   Computing                            •   Landscape Architecture                      •   Spatial Systems
•   Construction                         •   Mechanical Systems                          •   Urban Planning

•   Acting                               •   Film and Television                         •   Screenwriting
•   Animation                            •   Music Theatre                               •   Theatre
•   Dance                                •   Production                                  •   Visual Art

•   Composition                          •   Music Performance
•   Interactive Composition              •   Musicology/Ethnomusicology
•   Jazz and Improvisation

•   Dental science                       •   Social Science and Preventative Dentistry
•   Clinical Dentistry                   •   Vocationa Clinical Practice

•   Agricultural Science                 •   Ecology and Evolutionary Biology            •   Mathematical Physics
•   Animal Health and Disease            •   Ecosystem Science                           •   Mathematics and Statistics
•   Animal Science and Management        •   Electrical Systems                          •   Mechanical Systems
•   Biochemistry and Molecular Biology   •   Environmental Engineering Systems           •   Mechatronics Systems
•   Bioengineering Systems               •   Environmental Science                       •   Microbiology
•   Biotechnology                        •   Food Science                                •   Neuroscience
•   Cell and Developmental Biology       •   Genetics                                    •   Pathology
•   Chemical Systems                     •   Geography                                   •   Pharmacology
•   Chemistry                            •   Geology                                     •   Physics
•   Civil Systems                        •   Human Nutrition                             •   Physiology
•   Climate and Weather                  •   Human Structure and Function                •   Plant Science
•   Computational Biology                •   Immunology                                  •   Psychology
•   Computing and Software Systems       •   Infection and immunity                      •   Spatial Systems
•   Data Science                         •   Marine Biology                              •   Zoology


     Graduate study is an investment in                         Graduate Degree Packages are available to                  If you are not eligible for a Graduate Degree
     your future. Choose Melbourne, and                         school leavers who complete an Australian                  Package, don’t worry – you may choose a
                                                                Year 12 or the International Baccalaureate                 graduate degree upon completion of your
     join the best and brightest students
                                                                Diploma in Australia, and to Australian citizens           undergraduate studies. Entry is subject to
     to pursue your passion and develop                         outside Australia who are completing the                   meeting the entry requirements of your
     your career.                                               same qualifications.                                       preferred graduate degree.

     You'll study alongside the most talented                   Applicants must enrol in their preferred                   For 2021 entry selection criteria details, and
     students in an environment focused on                      Graduate Degree Package immediately after                  more information on pathways to graduate
     research impact and relevance. You’ll be part              Year 12, unless granted a deferral by the                  study, visit:
     of a university that is committed to changing              University. Prerequisites for your chosen
                                                                undergraduate degree must be met prior to        
     lives by contributing to the policy, debate and                                                                       understand-your-undergraduate-to-
     skills required for a better global society.               enrolment, there may also be prerequisites to
                                                                remain eligible for graduate study.                        graduate-degree-pathways
     We offer more than 400 higher level graduate
     courses across a broad range of disciplines,
                                                                                                                                                        GUARANTEED ATAR/
     among them professional entry programs                      CAREER                      GRADUATE DEGREE PACKAGE                                    NOTIONAL ATAR FOR
     including the Juris Doctor (law), the Master of                                                                                                    2021 ENTRY
     Teaching, the Master of Engineering and the                 Architect                   Bachelor of Design                Master of Architecture        98.00+*
     Master of Architecture.
                                                                 Construction                                                  Master of Construction
                                                                                             Bachelor of Design                                              96.00+*
                                                                 Manager                                                       Management
     Our graduate study areas include:
                                                                 Data Scientist              Bachelor of Science               Master of Data Science        96.00+*
     •   Architecture, building, planning and design
                                                                                             Bachelor of Biomedicine           Doctor of Dental
     •   Arts, humanities and social sciences                    Dentist                                                                                     99.85+*
                                                                                             Bachelor of Science               Surgery
     •   Business and economics
     •   Education                                                                           Bachelor of Biomedicine

     •   Engineering and information technology                                              Bachelor of Commerce
                                                                 Engineer                                                      Master of Engineering         96.00+*
     •   Environment                                                                         Bachelor of Design
     •   Health                                                                              Bachelor of Science
     •   Law                                                     Landscape                                                     Master of Landscape
                                                                                             Bachelor of Design                                              96.00+*
     •   Music, and visual and performing arts                   Architect                                                     Architecture

     •   Science                                                                             Bachelor of Agriculture

     •   Veterinary and agricultural sciences.                                               Bachelor of Arts

                                                                                             Bachelor of Biomedicine
     Whether you’re choosing your first                          Lawyer                                                        Juris Doctor                  99.80+*
     career, changing direction or gaining that                                              Bachelor of Commerce
     competitive edge, our world-class research                                              Bachelor of Design
     and coursework graduate programs offer
                                                                                             Bachelor of Science
     a professionally relevant education. Our
     graduates develop strong connections with                                               Bachelor of Biomedicine           Doctor of
                                                                 Physiotherapist                                                                             98.00+*
     community and industry that open the door to                                            Bachelor of Science               Physiotherapy
     an outstanding future.                                      Property                    Bachelor of Design                Master of Property            96.00+*                                                       Bachelor of Biomedicine
                                                                 Optometrist                                                   Doctor of Optometry           99.90+*
                                                                                             Bachelor of Science
     GRADUATE DEGREE PACKAGES                                                                Bachelor of Arts
     If you are graduating high school and                       Teacher                     Bachelor of Design                Master of Teaching            95.00+*
     confident about the study pathway you want
                                                                                             Bachelor of Science
     to follow, our Graduate Degree Packages
     bundle your undergraduate degree offer with                                             Bachelor of Arts                  Master of Urban
                                                                 Urban planner                                                                               96.00+*
     a graduate degree offer. This provides you                                              Bachelor of Design                Planning
     with the security of knowing a graduate place                                                                             Doctor of Veterinary
                                                                 Veterinarian                Bachelor of Science                                             98.50+*
     is waiting for you, upon completion of your                                                                               Medicine
     Melbourne bachelors degree.

     Q Other selection criteria required check


Who says you can’t change the                       MASTERS BY RESEARCH                               SCHOLARSHIPS
world? We expect nothing less.                      Masters by research degrees differ from the       AND FEES
                                                    MPhil in that they may have a coursework
                                                    component, along with a shorter thesis of
                                                                                                      DOMESTIC STUDENTS
Our reputation as Australia’s leading
                                                    about 30 000 words.                               Most domestic graduate research students
comprehensive research-intensive university
                                                                                                      are funded by the Australian Government
enables us to attract and cultivate the most
promising researchers from around the world.        DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY                              Research Training Program Fee Offset
                                                    Graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)      Scholarship (RTP), meaning you are
We collaborate with industry partners, other        marks your admission to the community of          exempt from paying tuition fees. Additional
institutions, research organisations, the           scholars in your discipline and requires the      scholarships can provide annual living
community, and government and not-for-profit        completion of a thesis of 80 000–100 000          allowances, relocation grants and paid
organisations to achieve research outcomes          words on a specialised topic.                     maternity, parental and sick leave.
with global impact. We remain at the forefront
of innovation in Australia.                         You will work under the guidance of at least      INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
                                                    two supervisors, who will provide advice and      More than 400 scholarships are available to
Melbourne is a place where world-class              support throughout your research degree.          international graduate researchers. Many
researchers choose to work, and, as a graduate                                                        cover tuition fees, as well as a living allowance
research student, you’ll be supervised by leading   For help in finding supervisors, see:
                                                                                                      and paid maternity, parental and sick leave.
experts in your field.                    
Our graduate schools offer research programs        Research training is a core activity of the
in most major disciplines.                          University. Our comprehensive support and
                                                    award-winning professional development
MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY                                programs will help you become a more
The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) is an              effective researcher. We offer access to
internationally recognised masters degree           dedicated research centres, advanced
by research and requires the completion of a        research facilities, generous scholarships and
thesis of 30 000–40 000 words.                      established student support networks.


  STEP 1       Check your eligibility.

  STEP 2	Find potential projects and supervisors at
          Contact potential supervisor for support (if required).

  STEP 3	Prepare your documentation: proposal (if required), transcripts, cover letter, academic referees, English language test results
          (if required), supervisor support correspondence (if required) and any other additional requirements for your discipline
          (eg GMAT/ GRE, audition, portfolio).

  STEP 4       Submit your application and wait for the outcome.

  STEP 5       If you receive an offer, you can then accept your place and prepare to start your life at Melbourne.

  Find out more at


     Combining undergraduate and graduate study at the University of Melbourne is a pathway to limitless opportunity.
     Here are just some of the doors it can open across our broad range of study areas. For entry requirements and more
     information about pathways and where they can take you, visit

      UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BY STUDY AREA                                GRADUATE DEGREE                              YOUR CAREER

      Agricultural science

      Any undergraduate degree                          3 years         Master of Agricultural Sciences    2 years   Agricultural scientist

      Architecture (Master of Architecture is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

      Bachelor of Design (major in Architecture) OR
      Any degree with an Architecture Design Studio     3 years         Master of Architecture             2 years   Architect
      subject and an Architecture History subject
      (requires 3 years for Master of Architecture)

      Data science (Master of Data Science is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

      Any undergraduate degree with
                                                        3 years         Master of Data Science             2 years   Data scientist
      prerequisite subjects

      Dentistry (Doctor of Dental Surgery is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

      Bachelor of Biomedicine or Science
      Bachelor of Arts, subject to completing           3 years         Doctor of Dental Surgery           4 years   Dentist
      prerequisite subjects, and course plan
      approval by home faculty

      Engineering (Master of Engineering is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

      Bachelor of Biomedicine, Design or Science with
      an engineering major
      Students in any other undergraduate degree        3 years         Master of Engineering              2 years   Engineer
      are eligible to progress into the 3-year
      Master of Engineering, subject to completing
      prerequisite subjects


                                                                                                                     Environmental policy
      Any undergraduate degree                          3 years         Master of Environment              2 years

      Film and television

                                                                        Master of Film and Television
      Any undergraduate degree                          3 years                                            2 years   Film or television director
                                                                        (Documentary or Narrative)

      Financial analysis

      Bachelor of Commerce                              3 years         Master of Finance                  2 years   Financial analyst

      Information technology

      Bachelor of Design or Science with an IT major
      eg Bachelor of Science with major in              3 years         Master of Engineering (Software)   2 years   Software engineer
      Computing and Software Systems

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BY STUDY AREA                                      GRADUATE DEGREE                                     YOUR CAREER

International relations

                                                                                                                            International relations
Any undergraduate degree                             3 years            Master of International Relations   2 years


Any undergraduate degree                             3 years            Master of Journalism                2 years         Journalist

Law (Juris Doctor is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

Any undergraduate degree                             3 years            Juris Doctor                        3 years         Lawyer


Any undergraduate degree
Students complete a one-year internship              3 years            Doctor of Medicine                  4 years         Doctor
following the Doctor of Medicine in order to
obtain full registration as a doctor


Any undergraduate degree                             3 years            Master of Nursing Science           2 years         Nurse

Optometry (Doctor of Optometry is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

Undergraduate degree with
                                                     3 years            Doctor of Optometry                 4 years         Optometrist
prerequisite subjects

Physiotherapy (Doctor of Physiotherapy is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

Undergraduate degree with
                                                     3 years            Doctor of Physiotherapy             3 years         Physiotherapist
prerequisite subjects


Bachelor of Arts,
                                               honours or                                                                   Clinical psychologist
Biomedicine or
Science with an           3 years                              1 year             Master of Psychology      2 years         OR
accredited major in                                                                                                         Clinical neuropsychologist
                                               (Advanced) in


                                               Graduate        2 years                                      3 years
                                                                                  Doctor of Philosophy
Any undergraduate                              degree
                          3 years                                                 OR                                        Researcher
degree                                         OR                                                           1.5–2
                                                               1 year             Master of Philosophy
                                               Honours                                                      years

Teaching (Master of Teaching – Early Childhood, Primary, Early Childhood and Primary, or Secondary – is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

Any undergraduate degree                                                Master of Teaching
(with TCAT assessment)                                                  (Early Childhood, Primary,
                                                     3 years                                                2 years         Teacher
                                                                        Early Childhood and Primary,
Part-time and accelerated options available                             or Secondary)

Veterinary medicine (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is available as a Graduate Degree Package)

Bachelor of Agriculture, Biomedicine or
Science with at least one semester of study in
both general/cellular biology and biochemistry       3 years            Doctor of Veterinary Medicine       3–4 years       Vet
3 year option for graduates of Bachelor of
Science with Animal Health and Disease major


     UNDERGRADUATE COURSES                              GRADUATE COURSES                                 Research degrees: Each graduate school has
                                                                                                         a different way of managing the application
     HOW TO APPLY                                       HOW TO APPLY                                     process. Once you have identified the course
     You are a domestic student if you are an           Coursework degrees: Most courses accept          that interests you, follow the application
     Australian or New Zealand citizen, an Australian   online applications made directly to the         processes outlined at
     permanent resident, or hold an Australian          University. Applications for Fine Arts and
     permanent humanitarian visa.                       Music, Education, Business, Medicine and         TUITION FEES
                                                        Law may also require completion of specific      Coursework degrees: Your fees for graduate
     All domestic students, as well as international    application forms and/or have additional         study will depend on your course and the type
     students who are undertaking an Australian         requirements.                                    of enrolment or place you’re offered. Many
     Year 12, must apply through the Victorian
                                                                                                         courses offer Commonwealth Supported
     Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).                 Timely applications for the standard offer
                                                                                                         Places (CSP) as well as Australian fee places.
                                                        rounds of most degrees are as follows:
     If you are a domestic student studying
                                                                                                         Research degrees: Most domestic graduate
     outside Australia, you must apply through the      Semester 1 entry: 30 November
                                                                                                         research students are supported by the
     Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).       (to commence in February the following year)
                                                                                                         Australian Government Research Training                                        Semester 2 entry: 31 May                         Program (RTP). Under the RTP, domestic
                                                        (to commence in July)                            students are exempt from tuition fees for the
     TUITION FEES                                                                                        normal duration of the course. This exemption
     As a domestic undergraduate student, you will      CHECK WEBSITE FOR DETAILS                        is valid for up to four years for students
     enrol in a Commonwealth Supported Place            Some courses have early closing dates and        enrolled in a doctoral program and up to two
     (CSP), which is subsidised by the Australian       not all courses are available in Semester 2.     years for a research masters degree.
     Government. You pay a student contribution         For specific closing dates, and to confirm any
     amount, determined each year by the                special requirements, please check course
     Government.                                        listings at

       ACCESS MELBOURNE                                 HOW TO APPLY                                     GET A GUARANTEED PLACE
       Access Melbourne is the University of            Lodge a Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS)       If you’re from a rural or isolated area, have
       Melbourne’s special entry and equity             application via VTAC at for one      a disadvantaged financial background or
       scheme for domestic students. If you’re          or more of the following Access Melbourne        are an Indigenous Australian, you could be
       eligible under any of the program’s              categories:                                      eligible for a guaranteed place.
       categories, you may receive a place in one of
                                                        •    Disadvantaged financial background          For example, in 2020, the guaranteed
       our undergraduate degrees with a reduced
       ATAR, subject to course prerequisites. We        •    Applicants from rural or isolated areas     ATAR for Science was 78.00 (and 75.00 for
       also have scholarships and grants that           •    Under-represented school                    indigenous students) and 55.00 for the
                                                                                                         Bachelor of Science (Extended) via Access
       can ease the financial load, and a housing       •    Difficult circumstances
       program to get you securely settled close                                                         Melbourne. Guaranteed ATARs for 2021
                                                        •    Disability or medical condition
       to campus.                                                                                        intake will be published in June 2020 at:
                                                        •    Non-English speaking background
                                                        •    Recognition as an Indigenous Australian
                                                        •    Mature-age consideration (non-school
                                                             leaver entry pathway).

                                                                                                         SEARCH FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AT


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES                                           GRADUATE COURSES                                                ENGLISH LANGUAGE
TUITION FEES                                                    TUITION FEES                                                    REQUIREMENTS
Typical course fees are listed in the table on                  Visit the website for more information.                         ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST
page 19. Visit the website for more information.                                                                                You can use an approved English language test
                                                                                                                                to meet English language requirements. You
                                                                HOW TO APPLY                                                    must satisfy the requirements in one sitting
HOW TO APPLY                                                                                                                    within the 24 months preceding the proposed
                                                                Coursework degrees: Most courses accept
                                                                                                                                date of commencement of enrolment.Q
If you are an international student studying a                  online applications made directly to the
qualification outside Australia, or undertaking                 University. Applications for Fine Arts and                       Approved English        Required score
foundation studies in Australia, you can                        Music, Education, Business, Medicine and                         language test           (all undergraduate courses)W
apply online.                                                   Law may also require completion of specific
                                                                                                                                 IELTS (Academic)        Overall band score of 6.5
                                                                application forms and/or have additional                                                 or more (with no band less
Timely applications for the standard offer                      requirements.                                                                            than 6.0)
rounds of most degrees are:
                                                                Timely applications for the standard offer                       TOEFL:      Paper-      577 or more with TWE score
Semester 1: 30 November                                         rounds of most degrees are:                                                  based       of at least 4.5
Semester 2: Mid June
                                                                                                                                             Internet- 79 or more and scores of 21 in
                                                                Semester 1: 31 October                                                       based     Writing, 18 in Speaking, 13 in
If required, you can seek assistance from one                   Semester 2: 30 April                                                                   Reading and 13 in Listening
of our overseas representatives.
                                                                Some courses have early closing dates, and                       Pearson Test of    Overall score between 58                               not all courses are available in Semester 2.
                                                                                                                                 English (Academic) and 64 inclusive and no PTE
                                                                                                                                                    communicative skills score
                                                                Please check the course details online before                                       below 50
AN AUSTRALIAN YEAR 12                                           applying. If required, you can seek assistance
                                                                                                                                 Cambridge          CAE score of 176 with no skill
                                                                from one of our overseas representatives.                        English: Advanced/ less than 169
If you are an international student
                                                                                                                                 Certificate in
undertaking an Australian Year 12, you                                                        Advanced English
must apply through the Victorian Tertiary                                                                                        (CAE)
Admissions Centre (VTAC).                                       RESEARCH DEGREES
                                                                Applications for a research place are usually                   SECONDARY OR TERTIARY STUDIES
                                                                accepted throughout the year. Have a look                       IN ENGLISH
FOUNDATION STUDIES                                              on our website for specific course application                  You can meet the English language
                                                                closing dates. Note that entry requirements                     requirements for undergraduate study by
The University of Melbourne accepts a number
                                                                vary between degrees, so make sure you                          satisfactorily completing secondary studies
of foundation studies programs as entry
                                                                check with the relevant graduate school.                        in an approved final-year English subject, or
pathways to our undergraduate courses.
Approved Foundation Studies programs are                                                                                        through approved tertiary study in English.
listed on our Study website.                                                                                                    Further information about the University’s
                                                                                                                                English language requirements, including
TRINITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION STUDIES                                                                                              graduate requirements, is available at
Graduates of Trinity College Foundation Studies                                                                       
are guaranteed a place in the University of
Melbourne course of their choice if they satisfy                                                                                OBTAINING A VISA
the prerequisites and meet the required scores.
                                                                                                                                Most international students require a student
Trinity offers accelerated and extended                                                                                         visa to study in Australia. There are a number of
programs to meet your individual needs, and                                                                                     different types of student visas based on the type
the curriculum is supervised by the University                                                                                  of course you will be studying. Check the website
of Melbourne’s Academic Board. The College                                                                                      of the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
is ideally located near the University's
Parkville campus.

Q Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the English language test expiration is extended from 2 years to 3 years for the IELTS, TOEFL and Pearson PTE Academic tests and apply for commencement in
  2020 and 2021. This will be reviewed once COVID-10 restrictions are lifted.
W To see graduate English language requirements, please see:

     This table provides a quick summary of our undergraduate degrees and should be used as a guide only.
     The published domestic minimums and international guarantees are those approved for 2020 and should be considered indicative for 2021. The 2021 domestic minimums and
     international guarantees are yet to be finalised and will be available on the University's website once confirmed.

                                                                                                                 Guide to common entry pathways and score requirements
                                                          (EFTSL) Q

                                                                                                                                                                                      GCE A Levels              Trinity College
                                                                                                                                   Australian              International
                                                                                                         Australian                                                                    Singapore                  Foundation
                                                                               Australian                                           Year 12               Baccalaureate
                                                                                                      Year 12 domestic                                                                  A Levels                    Studies
                                                                            Year 12 domestic                                     international             international
                                                                                                         students:                                                                   international               international
                                                                             students: 2020                                        students:              students: 2020
                                                                                                        2020 lowest                                                                    students:                   students:
                                                                            minimim ATAR W                                      2020 guaranteed             guaranteed
                                                                                                      selection rankE                                                               2020 guaranteed            2020 guaranteed
                                                                                                                                    ATAR R                   IB score R
                                                                                                                                                                                       A Level R                TCFS score R T

      Bachelor of Agriculture                                  3                  70.00                      70.25                      70.00                      25                        CDD                           75
      Entry: February (Semester 1)

      Bachelor of Arts                                         3                  85.00                      87.65                      85.00                      31                        BCC                          80
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

      Bachelor of Biomedicine                                  3                  94.00                      94.00                      96.00                      38                        AAB                           91
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

      Bachelor of Commerce                                     3                 93.00 P                     93.00                     94.00 P                   36 P                      ABB P                          86 P
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

      Bachelor of Design                                       3                  85.00                      86.55                      85.00                      31                        BCC                          80
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

      Bachelor of Fine Arts                                    3                    {                          {                          {                        {                          {                            {
      Entry: February (Semester 1)

      Bachelor of Music                                        3                    {                          {                          {                        {                          {                            {
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)}

      Bachelor of Oral Health                                  3                  85.00                      86.20                     85.00 q                   31 q                      BCC q                          80 q
      Entry: February (Semester 1)

      Bachelor of Science                                      3                  85.00                      85.00                      85.00                      31                        BCC                          80
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

      Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship                       3             99.90 (99.85 for          99.90 (99.85 for           99.90 (99.85 for      99.90 notional ATAR                  N/A                          N/A
      Entry: February (Semester 1)                                              Music) w                   Music)                    Music) w           (99.85 for Music)w
      and July (Semester 2)


      Bachelor of Arts (Extended)                              4                  50.00                        {                         N/A                      N/A                        N/A                          N/A
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

      Bachelor of Science (Extended)                           4                  50.00                        {                         N/A                      N/A                        N/A                          N/A
      Entry: February (Semester 1)

      Diploma in General Studies                               1                  50.00                      50.20                       N/A                      N/A                        N/A                          N/A
      Entry: February (Semester 1)
      and July (Semester 2)

     Q Equivalent Full-Time Student Load (EFTSL):                                Guaranteed scores apply only if no further study has been            U The final average is usually the average of the best four year-
       1 EFTSL is a standard annual full-time load.                              undertaken after completion of one of these programs.                  long subjects, including prerequisites for some courses.
     W Domestic students: Applicants who achieve the minimum ATAR                Guaranteed ATARs are reviewed annually.                                For UNSW, the GPA on the final transcript is used. For WAUFP,
       for a course will be eligible for a place, provided prerequisite          Domestic students completing an international                          the CPS is used and different scores apply.
       studies and any other specific course requirements are met. The           qualification: The score listed should be considered a               I The University of Melbourne accepts a large number of other
       lowest selection rank to which an offer was made may be higher,           minimum score to be eligible for a place in that course. The           Australian foundation programs as a pathway to study the
       depending on demand for the course and the number of places               actual standard required may be higher depending on the                University. You can find entry requirements and indicative entry
       available. Only applicants eligible for special entry schemes will        demand for the course and the number of Commonwealth                   scores on every course page.
       be admitted below the minimum ATAR.                                       Supported Places (CSP) available.                                    O International students: The typical course fee shown
     E January Round lowest selection rank to which an offer was               T A minimum of 50 is required in English for Academic Purposes           provides an estimate of the tuition fees for the first year of the
       made: Final 2020 lowest selection rank to which offers were               (EAP) and prerequisite subjects unless otherwise specified. The        course in 2021. This estimate assumes a full-time study load,
       made are published at:                                        score is calculated using the best four subjects excluding EAP.        commencing Semester 1. For some degrees a typical fee range
     R International students: The University guarantees admission               Maths 1 is included in the best four score for Commerce; and           is shown, due to the wide range of variables that may affect
       to a course when an international student achieves the required           English and History of Ideas are included for Arts.                    the course structure, and subjects taken. Actual tuition fees
       score, meets prerequisite studies, satisfies the English language       Y International students must achieve at least the indicative score,     payable may vary and will be the sum of the fees for all subjects
       requirements and there are still places available in the course at        meet the prerequisite subjects and satisfy the English language        in which you enrol.
       the time of acceptance. If you do not meet the guaranteed score,          requirements to be eligible to be considered for the course. For
       your application will not be considered for entry.                        domestic students completing an international qualification,
                                                                                 the score listed should be considered a minimum score to be
18                                                                               eligible for a place in that course.
For graduate entry requirements, please visit:
                                                                                                                                                              Tuition fees
                                                   Prerequisite subjects                                                                                                           Tuition fees international

Australian University
                              USA – High
Foundation Programs
                            School Diploma                                                                                                                 Commonwealth 2021 typical course fee for
    international                          VCE (Units 3 and 4) prerequisite subjects
                               GPA, SAT                                                                                                                    Supported Place first year ($AUD/EFTSL) Q O
 students: indicative
                              and ACT R
     score YUI

         76                 GPA 3.0 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in                             ✓                           $46 624
                            1250 or ACT 26         EAL, and at least 25 in Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics or a study
                                                   score of at least 30 in Further Mathematics

         83                 GPA 3.2 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in EAL e                       ✓                     $35 200 - $40 132
                            1320 or ACT 28

         93                 GPA 3.6 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least                                   ✓                      $44 592 - $47 336
                            1400 or ACT 30         30 in EAL, and at least 25 in Chemistry and in Mathematical Methods or
                                                   Specialist Mathematics

        89 P                GPA 3.5 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in                             ✓                     $43 528 - $46 560
                            1380 or ACT 29         EAL, and at least 25 in Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics r

         83                 GPA 3.2 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in EALt                        ✓                      $35 488 - $46 424
                            1320 or ACT 28

         {                           {             A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in EAL                         ✓                      $31 328 - $55 100
                                                                                                                                                                                       Animation and Film and
                                                                                                                                                                                          Television: $55 100
                                                                                                                                                                                     Other specialisations: $31 328

         {                           {             A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in EAL                         ✓                     $32 296 - $35 040

         83                 GPA 3.2 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in                             ✓                           $65 624
                            1320 or ACT 28         EAL, and at least 25 in one of Biology or Chemistry

         83                 GPA 3.2 and SAT        A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in                             ✓                     $43 604 - $47 808
                            1320 or ACT 28         EAL, and at least 25 in Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics, and in one
                                                   of Biology, Chemistry or Physics; OR A study score of at least 25 in English/English
                                                   Language/Literature or at least 30 in EAL, and at least 25 in both Mathematical
                                                   Methods and Specialist Mathematics y

        N/A                         N/A            See prerequisites for relevant degree. Program only available for students who                                    ✓                              u
                                                   completed Year 12 or the IB in Australia, and Australian citizens who completed an
                                                   Australian Year 12 or the IB overseas


        N/A                         N/A            A study score of at least 20 in English (any)                                                                     ✓                              N/A

        N/A                         N/A            Units 1 and 2: Satisfactory completion of one of Biology, Chemistry, General                                      ✓                              N/A
                                                   Mathematics, Maths: Mathematical Methods or Physics; and Units 3 and 4: A study
                                                   score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in EAL

        N/A                         N/A            A study score of at least 20 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 25 in EAL                         ✓                              N/A

        P Domestic students: Eligible domestic students who satisfy           w Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Design and Science:                     e Applicants intending to major in Economics are strongly
          course prerequisites and achieve an ATAR of 95.00 or above are        Students who achieve an ATAR or notional ATAR of 99.90 or              encouraged to complete VCE Mathematical Methods or
          guaranteed a place in the Bachelor of Commerce in 2021.               above (or 90.00 or above if Indigenous) and satisfy course             equivalent.
          International students: Recipients of the Bachelor of                 prerequisites will be guaranteed a Melbourne Chancellor’s            r Applicants intending to major in Actuarial Studies or continue
          Commerce Global Scholarship may be admitted with an entry             Scholarship. Students must have completed an Australian                on to the Master of Engineering following the Bachelor of
          score that is lower than that published here. This scholarship is     Year 12 qualification or the International Baccalaureate (IB)          Commerce are strongly encouraged to complete VCE Specialist
          available only to international students. For more details, see:      in Australia or be an Australian citizen and have completed            Mathematics Units 3 and 4 or equivalent.
                   an Australian Year 12 or IB overseas in the year prior to entry
                                                                                (students must either enrol immediately or be granted a deferral     t Applicants intending to major in Civil Systems, Computing,
        { A range of criteria is used for selection. Visit                      in the year following Year 12).                                        Construction, Digital Technologies, Mechanical Systems,
 for additional requirements.                                                                                            Property or Spatial Systems may be required to undertake a
                                                                              		Music: Students who achieve an ATAR or notional ATAR of 99.85
        } Mid-year entry for international and domestic entry for VTAC                                                                                 bridging subject in mathematics as breadth in first year. This is
                                                                                or above (or 90.00 or above if Indigenous), achieve an audition
          tertiary transfer applicants only.                                                                                                           equivalent to Units 3 and 4 Mathematical Methods, and entry
                                                                                score of A+ and satisfy course prerequisites will be guaranteed
                                                                                                                                                       requires a mathematics background equivalent to Units 1 and
        q Indicative score only (entry is not guaranteed).                      a Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship (Music). Students must
                                                                                                                                                       2 Mathematical Methods.
                                                                                have completed an Australian Year 12 qualification or the
                                                                                International Baccalaureate (IB) in Australia or be an Australian    y Applicants intending to progress to the Doctor of Veterinary
                                                                                citizen and have completed an Australian Year 12 or IB overseas        Medicine are encouraged to complete VCE Units 3 and 4 in
                                                                                in the year prior to entry (students must either enrol immediately     Chemistry or equivalent.
                                                                                or be granted a deferral in the year following Year 12).             u Refer to tuition fees for the relevant bachelors degree.
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