Students

Office for Environmental Programs welcomes international students

April 12 / 83

The Office for Environmental Programs (OEP) celebrated the growing numbers of international students in its program with a welcome lunch for new students.

PhD student wins 2012 Student Diary cover competition

March 12 / 81

PhD candidate in History and Visual Arts Ignacio Rojas-Corral has won the University's 2012
Student Diary Cover competition.

Launch of Med150 Student Ambassadors Program

February 12 / 80

Melbourne Medical School launched its Med150 Ambassador Program on 14 February at the Tsubu Bar. It was an event to inform and recruit medical students to become student ambassadors for the 150th Anniversary of the Medical School. Head of School Professor James Best and President of the Student Ambassadors Melissa Lee addressed 250 students.

Jump starting Orientation - Destination Melbourne 2012

February 12 / 80

Nearly 100 of the University’s newest students have gained a valuable head-start to their University careers by taking part in Destination Melbourne, an Academic Skills day program which explored ways to lead a balanced study, work and social life.

University lab opened to VCE Chemistry students

February 12 / 80

The School of Chemistry is hosting 1,100 VCE Chemistry students from regional areas for ‘A Scientific Entrée’, a new University program which focuses on food and agriculture.

East Timor trip provides eye-opening experience

February 12 / 80

A scholarship awarded by the Faculty of Arts assisted Matthew Ampt with expenses during his experiences in East Timor.  Matthew, who studies Arts (Media & Communications)/Commerce, outlines his experiences.

Melbourne high achievers head to Washington

February 12 / 79

Three University students have undertaken political internships in Washington, DC as part of the Uni-Capitol Washington Internship Program (UCWIP).

Melbourne School of Design PhD researchers exhibit projects at Oculus

January 12 / 78

The Melbourne School of Design’s (MSD) annual EYES exhibition, which showcases its masters students’ work, has been expanded to include the school’s PhD researchers in the new accompanying annual exhibition, Oculus.

University student attends United Nations conference

January 12 / 78

Jayden Holmes, who is studying the Bachelor of Science, has attended the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC). 

Engineering students awarded FA Kernot Scholarships

December 11 / 77

As part of Engineering’s celebration of 150 years of engineering education at the University, the Melbourne University Engineering Foundation (MUEF) has provided two FA Kernot Scholarships worth $25,000 each for first year Master of Engineering students.

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