A new station will connect the University into Melbourne’s rail network by 2026.
The University of Melbourne is a top destination for the world’s brightest students, with more than 12,000 people from 130 countries taking advantage of the University’s wide-ranging opportunities.
On graduating, many head home to apply their newfound skills and learning, and to make a difference in their own communities.
Melbourne’s massive underground rail project is drawing on the wide-ranging skills of University alumni.
In 2008, the University underwent the biggest transformation in its history when it introduced a groundbreaking new curriculum.
The synopsis: Four driven, young graduates come together in a Hollywood house to pursue their movie dreams.
She has 21 works to her name, and her words ring out in theatres across the world. Yet Joanna Murray-Smith describes herself as a reluctant playwright.
Nathaniel Swain credits studying Japanese with kick-starting his passion for speech and language.
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