• Rank: # 38th QS Survey
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University of Melbourne

The first Growing Esteem strategy (2005) envisaged the University of Melbourne in 2015 as our nation’s leading university, with research of global impact, a distinctive and graduate-focused teaching profile and a much-strengthened sense of connection to its many communities. This initial phase of Growing Esteem focused on learning and teaching, and resulted in the innovative Melbourne Model.

Growing Esteem 2010 aimed higher, with the University aspiring to be counted as one of the finest universities in the world. We developed a new research strategy and included an emphasis on the importance of engagement in enriching research and teaching. This stage of Growing Esteem refocused our approach to research and guided the development of precincts and industry partnerships.

Growing Esteem 2015–2020 seeks to fully realise the vision articulated in 2005. We’re embedding sustainability principles in our work, and setting higher benchmarks for learning, teaching, the student experience and globally recognised research. In this most recent iteration, engagement takes a central role, as we reemphasise the value of our connections to community and society.


# 38th

QS Survey 2020

# 32nd

Times Higher 2018

# 41st

QS Survey 2018

# 33rd

Times Higher 2017

Admission Criteria & Eligibility

  • You can use TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson Test of English (academic tests) or CAE to meet the University's English language requirements. You must satisfy the requirements in one sitting and within the 24 months preceding the proposed date of commencement of enrolment.
  • Undergraduate TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson Test of English and CAE requirements
  • Graduate TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson Test of English and CAE requirements
  • Note: Undergraduate students with an IELTS overall score of less than 7, a TOEFL (IBT) score of less than 94, a Pearson Test below 65, a Cambridge English Score below 185 or those who have achieved the minimum score in an approved English subject required for entry, will be required to take a Diagnostic English Language Assessment (DELA) on enrolment at the University and to follow recommendations for language support. Read further information about DELA.

The University of Melbourne TOEFL Code is 0974. Please use this code so that your results can be reported to us.

  1. Complete the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or an equivalent Australian or overseas qualification (see qualifications below)
  2. Complete and achieve the required grades in each of the prerequisite subjects for the course and any prerequisite tests, interviews or auditions (see Course Search for details about prerequisite subjects and scores)
  3. Meet the English language requirements

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University of Melbourne

Grattan Street, , Parkville, Victoria, Parkville, Victoria, Australia, 3010

Phone: + 61- 3- 9035-5511
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