Friday, April 22, 2011

University of Melbourne

Admissions and Applications

All the information you need to apply for a course at the University of Melbourne is right here, from fees to scholarships, details on how to apply, important deadlines and information on how to accept your offer and prepare for study.
Most of the sections are divided into domestic/international students and undergraduate/graduate students, so if you're not sure where you fit in, answer our quiz first to find out.


If you're not sure whether you're an international or domestic student or whether you'll be studying an undergraduate or graduate degree, answer our short quiz to find out. Otherwise, choose the links below that best suit your needs.

Undergraduate domestic students

  • General information
  • Domestic student contribution amounts
  • Frequently asked questions about domestic student fees

Undergraduate international students

  • General information
  • How to calculate your tuition fees
  • Frequently asked questions about international student fees

Community Access Program (CAP) students

  • General information and non-assessed mode fees
  • Assessed mode fees

Graduate domestic students

  • General information
  • Options to finance your graduate study
  • FEE-HELP: The Facts
  • Frequently asked questions about domestic fee-places

Graduate international students

  • General information
  • How to calculate your tuition fees
  • Frequently asked questions about international graduate fees

Research and higher degree students

  • General information
  • International students: How to calculate your tuition fees

Study Abroad and Exchange

  • General information

Policy pages

  • Fee policy for domestic students in an Australian fee place
  • Fee policy for international students


Scholarship programs recognise academic achievement and provide access to students who might otherwise be excluded from tertiary study. Programs include:
  • Scholarships available through the University
  • Scholarships available through the Australian Government and AusAid
  • Other scholarships

Scholarships available through the University

The Melbourne Scholarships Program — one of the largest and most comprehensive in Australia — supports around 3000 students at the University, including undergraduate and graduate students, domestic, international and indigenous students, and those enrolled in access and equity programs.
  • Scholarships can take the form of partial or full coverage of tuition fees for undergraduate or international graduate students.
  • Other scholarships offered are in the form of a stipend (ie. a living allowance).
  • Selection is normally based on academic merit but personal circumstances may be taken into account for some equity-based scholarships.
  • All students must meet the stipulated criteria for the scholarship.
Scholarships are available for:
  • Undergraduate domestic students
  • Undergraduate international students
  • Graduate domestic students
  • Graduate international students
  • Research and higher degree students.
The Melbourne Scholarships Office has scholarship brochures available for download as well as information for potential scholarship sponsors.
Faculties and Graduate Schools also offer a wide range of scholarships — you should contact them directly to find out if you're eligible.

Scholarships available through the Australian Government and AusAid

The Australia Awards aim to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours through scholarship programs.

The Australia Awards brings the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) scholarships together under one program.
  • Read more about about the full range of Australian Scholarship awards available.
As part of the Australian Scholarships scheme the Australian Government through AusAID offers a substantial number of Australian Development Scholarships to students from developing countries.
  • Details are available at AusAID's Australian Development Scholarship (ADS) website. 

Other scholarships

The University also welcomes and enrols students whose study is supported by other scholarship programs. You should outline the financial support you will obtain and your obligations under these scholarship programs when applying to the University. Arrangements can be made to invoice scholarship providers direct for tuition fees.
  • Search the Australian national database of graduate scholarships: JASON
  • For scholarships available in your country, check your regional information:
    • Africa
    • Latin America
    • Europe including the UK and Ireland
    • Middle East
    • North America
    • Northeast Asia
    • South Asia
    • Southeast Asia
If reporting on your progress is required, you must sign a letter consenting to the release of information to the scholarship provider. For further information, contact International Student Services.

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