The ex-capital city of Australia, Melbourne, is now known as one of the world's best places to live and one of the biggest study abroad destinations globally. Universities in Melbourne will give you the complete study experience, having a word-class reputation for academic excellence, as well as first-rate student services. Come to Melbourne and feel empowered by the vibrant and diverse atmosphere of the Australian lifestyle!
Melbourne is an important financial hub, having a highly diversified economy with notable strengths in finance, manufacturing, research, IT, education, logistics, transportation and tourism. Some of Australia’s largest corporates are headquartered in Melbourne, as well as multinational companies worldwide.
Important employers for graduates in Melbourne include: KPMG, Deloitte, Accenture, IBM, Telstra, BHP Billiton (the world's largest mining company), Iveco, General Motors, Toyota, Nintendo, Adidas, Ernst & Young, McAfee, and more.
Melbourne has all the ingredients of a vibrant metropolis, from an international atmosphere full of diversity, with welcoming bars, restaurants and boutiques, to fantastic cultural events, festivities and street art, plus a hectic nightlife.
Melbournians also share a common appraisal for sports and they come together for major events, including AFL matches, cricket, soccer and the rugby codes, Australian Open tennis and Formula One racing.
Popular tourist attractions in Melbourne include: the Federation Square (with free or cheap entertainment), Queen Victoria Market (for groceries shopping), the Eureka Tower (has a viewing platform at the top of the 297th floor), Southgate (shopping centre), the Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo, the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, or the Royal Botanical Gardens, among others.
You can also visit museums like: the Melbourne Museum, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), the Ian Potter Centre or the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
In the weekend, you can check out the music scene in Brunswick, tour the Yarra Valley, see the penguins at Port Phillip Bay, swim with seahorses around the piers of the Mornington Peninsula, or meet up with your peers for a picnic on St. Kilda’s beach.
In Melbourne, you will find an eclectic social environment, mixing many different cultures. Approximately 40% of Melbourne residents were born outside Australia. The majority was born in the UK, followed by communities of Indian, Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Greek and New Zealanders expats. Every suburb in Melbourne is distinct and you can see the influence of each culture across the city.
Melbourne has a reputation for fast changing weather. The city enjoys a temperate climate with warm to hot summers, mild springs and autumns, and cool to brisk winters. The average temperature in the summer (June-August) is 25°C (77°F), while in the winter (December-February) it drops to 14°C (57°F).
Milestones English Academy has been created to provide a premium educational experience. Located in Melbourne CBD, the learning experience is easily accessible from all around the city. Our variety of English courses have been carefully designed to beneﬁt and assist your needs. Teachers from England, Australia and other English speaking countries are qualified to make your learning a priority.
The mission of Griffith University is to engage in outstanding scholarship that makes a major contribution to society and to produce groundbreaking research. Students will be provided with an excellent education and the capacity to develop and apply knowledge to exercise influence and make meaningful life-long contributions to their communities.
Eurocentres teaches languages where they are actually spoken and offers language courses in locations on six continents. More than 13,000 students a year from all over the world make the language courses an intercultural adventure.
ANU Global Engagement’s responsibility is to make the work of ANU accessible to our communities. Our work showcases the University’s intellectual leadership, brings to our communities the transformational experience ANU provides, helps achieve our unique national role and reflects ANU values.
Embassy English are proud to be a four-time winner at the Study Travel Magazine Star Awards, as voted by the approved partners and industry professionals.
Swinburne has an international reputation for quality research that connects science and technology with business and the community. Our standing in prestigious world academic ranking lists reflects our commitment to high-quality teaching and research and graduate outcomes.
The METC Institute provides GAMSAT Preparation Courses and Medical Education at Resident/Registrar/Specialist level. Our GAMSAT prep courses have been developed to produce superior results. Designed by specialist doctors and senior lecturers from leading Australian Universities, GAMSAT preparation is provided through a range of attendance and online GAMSAT courses. Comprehensive GAMSAT Programs and Packages are also available. Personal tutoring and guaranteed entry into Medicine is offered via the GAMSAT High Achiever Program.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) engages the Catholic Intellectual Tradition to bring a distinct perspective to higher education.
Kaplan International English is one of the largest providers of academic English language instruction in the world, with programs for beginning to advanced speakers in locations across the globe.
Making a difference takes energy and idealism as well as experience and wisdom. As a young university, our outlook is progressive and optimistic. We aren't mired in cynicism, tradition or convention. We attract the best scholars, but we're not elitist. We open our doors to anyone who is prepared to work hard to make a difference.
La Trobe University is a trusted and respected research partner to industry and government and our future is looking brighter than ever. We’ve also secured our position among the world's elite institutions, featuring in the top 100 global universities for nursing and hospitality and tourism management related subjects.
Established in 2015, SACE Melbourne is centrally located in the World Trade Centre building which overlooks the beautiful Yarra River and is only a short walk from the city CBD. The river front hosts many of Melbourne’s most famous cafes and restaurants and is a vibrant part of the city.