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We welcome students from a diverse range of backgrounds to our courses. Students come from all over the world, making the experience in our degrees a truly diverse and multi-cultural one.

With teaching and research expertise based on over 150 years of pioneering scientific discovery, our degrees are designed to empower students to apply scientific thinking and analysis to issues that impact on the world today and are the challenges of tomorrow. Our entry standards are among the highest in Australia, creating a study environment that nurtures the best from our students.

Undergraduate courses

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Spanning the sciences, health sciences, technology and engineering systems, the Bachelor of Science can be tailored to suit individual strengths and career goals, enabling you to explore a range of interests before refining your choices later in the degree. You will be well prepared for a professional science career, or for further graduate or research study.

Bachelor of Science

Graduate courses

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Our Master of Science degrees offer advanced research training, specialised coursework studies and professional skills development, and are a pathway to the PhD and MPhil graduate research degrees; while our professional masters degrees offer graduate science training that is focused on skills relevant to industry, business and government.

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Associate Degree in Urban Horticulture

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Learn essential skills in horticulture and green infrastructure at the traditional home of horticulture in Australia.

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Scholarships, awards and prizes

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Scholarships, awards and prizes are offered to outstanding students, teachers and researchers to provide support for a range of activities.

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Community Access Program

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The Community Access Program (CAP) offers the opportunity for single subject study at the University of Melbourne.

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