Students

University Law students shine in moot competition

February 13 / 103

Melbourne Law student Doug Porteous has been awarded  Best Oralist for the Australian Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Canberra last weekend.

Prime Minister’s Asia Awards recognise ‘best and brightest’

January 13 / 102

Three University students were among those celebrated as the ‘best and brightest’ at the Prime Minister’s Asia Awards Presentation Dinner in December.

Nothing to be Blue About

January 13 / 102

The University has awarded Full and Half Blues awards to 130 student-athletes in recognition of their sporting achievements in 2012.

Journalism Awards for two high-achieving students

January 13 / 102

University Journalism and Media students, Matthew Pierri and Luke Voogt, have won awards for their high-quality reporting on disability and health issues.

Globally focused undergraduates head to India

January 13 / 102

Four undergraduates have gone to India as part of the Australia India Institute‘s 10 day Australia India Study Tour.

Engineering entrepreneurs winning investments

December 12 / 101

Two start-up teams from the School of Engineering supported by the Melbourne Accelerator Program have received investments totalling $700,000 through the Optus-Innov8 seed funding program.

Law team wins 2012 Tim McCoy Award

November 12 / 100

The Occupy Melbourne Legal Support Team has received the 2012 Tim McCoy Award, which recognises outstanding achievement in human rights and social justice.

Speech Pathology celebrates its first graduates

October 12 / 98

The Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology will graduate its first group of Master of Speech Pathology students in December.  

International students embrace Australian agriculture at Dookie

October 12 / 98

Six students from Kenya, Zambia, Cambodia, Tonga and Mauritius have visited Dookie campus to learn about Australian agricultural practice and research.

Helping build a brighter future

October 12 / 98

Bachelor of Commerce students have been providing marketing advice for non-profit organisation Whitelion which helps some of Australia's most vulnerable young people.

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