University of Melbourne Magazine

The University of Melbourne has embraced the trend to free, online learning with a partnership with the US-based start-up Coursera. Angela Martinkus reports on how and why the University has moved so fast.

The biggest musical in Melbourne, King Kong, is a dream come true for a group of VCA graduates.

There’s more than one important election in Australia this year! Voting is now open in the University of Melbourne Alumni Council election for three positions that will become vacant from the end of 2013.

A catalogue of videos on Jehan Ratnatunga’s YouTube Channel gave this 30-year-old Mechatronics and Computer Science graduate the edge when he applied for a strategy role at YouTube in Los Angeles.

The University of Melbourne’s engagement with Asia is deepening.

In 2013, an election year, experience suggests that higher education must expect little airtime in the electoral contest.

In May, the walls of Old Quad were lit up in blue to celebrate the launch of Believe – the Campaign for the University of Melbourne.

University of Melbourne Alumni can access a number of exclusive benefits.

There are few parts of the University’s Parkville campus that have provided as many happy memories as the Main Oval Pavilion.

Melbourne is emerging as a hub for creative start-ups. Proving it is not just a degrees factory, the University is funding the Melbourne Accelerator Program, which helps engineering and business students develop their own start-up business ventures.