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Editor 03-28-2013 01:57 PM

Universities in Melbourne
While Sydney is very often the focus of overseas student attention when looking to move to Australia, you will be surprised at the list of universities in Melbourne. These offer a range of different courses for overseas students and their popularity is certain to grow in the short, medium and longer term as more and more overseas students target the country.

At the moment the list of universities in Melbourne includes:

Deakin University
Monash University
RMIT University
Swinburne University of Technology
University of Ballarat
University of Melbourne
La Trobe University
Victoria University
Australian Catholic University

As with Australian education, this list of universities and education facilities will continue to grow with the Australian government is targeting a whole range of different countries as a means of attracting overseas students.

We should be grateful to you would post your comments and experiences of the above universities to assist those looking down this particular avenue.

GTaylor 10-15-2013 11:30 AM

The University of Melbourne has excellent facilities and beautiful grounds. The staff I have worked with from Melbourne Uni have been excellent. As a student I went to La Trobe. It wasn't my favourite place and now I like to refer to it as La Trocious!

Monash, RMIT and Deakin also have very good reputations.

Good luck. Melbourne is a wonderful city.

banyuwangi 10-15-2013 12:03 PM

I reckon Monash university pretty good...

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Mariakarda 03-07-2015 11:57 AM

Good afternoon. I need help in choosing an university in Melburn, in which I can get a good knowledges of psychology. Thank`s for your attention.

caitlin 04-30-2015 01:24 PM

Ballarat is not in Melbourne, it is about 1hour away. I would not recommend it for international students. I would go somewhere central to the city with good public transport. All Universities are reputable and there's not really a "best" because it just depends on your own preference.
I went to Deakin which I enjoyed however, it is far from the city. I would recommend Swinburne or University of Melbourne as they are both central as well as RMIT city campus and ACU city campus. I would definitely not recommend RMIT or LaTrobe Bundoora as it is far from everywhere

Sulaimanm 11-30-2015 07:12 PM

I got my offer in this University of Melbourne
and I hope to get that day I study there.

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