A packed agenda of study, food, wine, sports and arts is your introduction to the best of Melbourne – from its creative, exciting city centre, to its buzzing neighbourhood hubs. Melbourne is the place to be
Reasons to Study in Melbourne
Melbourne has an amazing number of eclectic laneways full of great restaurants, cafes and art. Don’t miss out the famous street art in Hosier Lane.
Melbourne is a stunning food destination. It is a Global Gourmet Capital due to the varied food cuisines available. Casual culture with stunning quality at reasonable prices.
It is just a short drive to the country towns and tourist attractions like Great Ocean Road, Mornington and Dandenong ranges.
Whether MCG, AAMI Park, Rod Laver Arena or Hi-sense Arena, Melbourne is known for its world class sporting facilities and a sports-crazy population. AFL is a must watch for everyone.
Melbourne’s universities are one of the best in the world. That’s why QS World University Rankings put 6 out of 10 universities in the top-ranked universities.
Melbourne is one of the most multicultural cities in the world with significant populations of over 150 of the world’s nations represented.
Public Transport in Melbourne
Places to Explore
Shrine of Remembrance
Universities in Melbourne
Most of the universities and institutions will have an orientation week, also known as Week 0 of the studies where they will explain more about the institution, your studies, providing you with a time table and a student card (which can be useful for many exclusive discounts and offers).
As a newcomer to the country, we highly recommend you to attend the orientation as it helps you to meet other students, administration staff members and understand your own institution better