University of Melbourne

Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s second oldest university. Incorporated by the Victoria Colony, it is one of Australia’s six sandstone universities and a member of the Group of Eight, Universitas 21, Washington University’s McDonnell International Scholars Academy, and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. Four Australian prime ministers and five governors-general have graduated from the institution. Ten Nobel laureates have been students or faculty at the University of Melbourne, the most of any Australian university. It also has the largest endowment of any Australian tertiary institution. The university is ranked as the best university in Australia and one of the best 50 in the world by the major ranking organizations such as QS, Times Higher Education and Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Country

  • Australia

City

  • Creswick ,
  • Dookie ,
  • Melbourne ,
  • Shepparton ,
  • Werribee ,

Fall semester application deadline

May 1

Spring semester application deadline

December 1

Semester fees (30 ECTS)

From €9250/semester

Subjects available to free mover students

Accounting & Finance [English]Agriculture & Forestry [English]Architecture [English]Art & Design [English]Biological Sciences [English]Business & Management Studies [English]Chemistry [English]Communication & Media Studies [English]Computer Science & Information Systems [English]Dentistry [English]Economics & Econometrics [English]Education & Training [English]Engineering Chemical [English]Engineering CiviI & Structural [English]Engineering Electrical & Electronic [English]Engineering Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing [English]English Language & Literature [English]Environmental Sciences [English]Geography [English]History [English]Law [English]Linguistics [English]Mathematics [English]Medicine [English]Nursing [English]Performing Arts [English]Philosophy [English]Physics & Astronomy [English]Politics & International Studies [English]Psychology [English]Social Policy & Administration [English]Statistics & Operational Research [English]Veterinary Science [English]

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General rankings position

QS World University Rankings
33°
Times Higher Education World University Rankings
31°
Academic Ranking of World Universities
35°
Center for World University Rankings
63°
CWTS Leiden Ranking
28°
Eduniversal palmes
5/5
U.S. News Best Global Universities Rankings
25°
Webometrics
17°

QS World Universities by Subject

Arts & Humanities
18°
Engineering and Technology
50°
Life Sciences & Medicine
25°
Natural Sciences
53°
Social Sciences & Management
24°
Accounting & Finance
18°
Agriculture & Forestry
55°
Anatomy & Physiology
28°
Anthropology
20°
Archaeology
51-100°
Architecture
23°
Art & Design
51-100°
Biological Sciences
43°
Business & Management Studies
26°
Chemistry
47°
Communication & Media Studies
38°
Computer Science & Information Systems
39°
Dentistry
37°
Development Studies
13°
Earth & Marine Sciences
42°
Economics & Econometrics
30°
Education & Training
14°
Engineering Chemical
49°
Engineering CiviI & Structural
28°
Engineering Electrical & Electronic
46°
Engineering Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing
60°
Engineering Mineral & Mining
23°
English Language & Literature
20°
Environmental Sciences
25°
Geography
16°
History
38°
Law
11°
Linguistics
25°
Materials Science
57°
Mathematics
51°
Medicine
18°
Modern Languages
26°
Nursing
33°
Performing Arts
19°
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
55°
Philosophy
101-150°
Physics & Astronomy
66°
Politics & International Studies
46°
Psychology
20°
Social Policy & Administration
14°
Sociology
19°
Sports-related Subjects
10°
Statistics & Operational Research
51-100°
Theology, Divinity & Religious Studies
51-100°
Veterinary Science
18°

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