University of Melbourne – Melbourne, Australia
The University of Melbourne was established in 1855. Students from more than 150 countries choose to base themselves here thanks to the flexible academic programs that offer access to more than 300 graduate and undergraduate study areas.
‘QS World University Rankings’ 2013-2014 ranked the University of Melbourne as Number 10 in the world when it comes to employability of graduates so this is a great option for Vietnamese students to consider when making a decision about studying aboard. Around 25% of the student population of 50,000+ is ‘international’, so the university has a great mix of cultures and specific support programs have been developed for those arriving from overseas to study here.
Courses at the University of Melbourne are available in a multitude disciplines – law, medicine, science, business, economics, arts and engineering to list only a few. The Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE) has direct links with the University of Melbourne and can provide prospective students with guidance: on applying; course selection; obtaining a student visa; finding accommodation; and securing part-time employment. The assistance we provide to Vietnamese students who wish to study at the University of Melbourne is completely free of charge.
Melbourne itself is known as one of the most cosmopolitan cities in world. It is Australia’s second most populous city. Melbourne is often referred as Australia’s cultural capital thanks to its role as the birthplace of local film and television industries as well as numerous museums, art galleries and sites like the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building. It is also a fantastic place to live as a student thanks to the wide range of sporting, entertainment and cultural activities on offer.
Contact Peter Goudge, Managing Director of the Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE), for more information about studying at the University of Melbourne: firstname.lastname@example.org