Students

Students to explore the housing and human settlement needs of Kiribati residents

July 11 / 64

Students from the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning gained valuable experience in urban design, planning and architecture as part of a unique travelling design studio to the Central Pacific island of Kiribati.

Practical engagement in regional communities

July 11 / 64

Masters students from the Graduate School of Business and Economics are volunteering their time to work on a range of projects in regional Victoria during the University’s winter recess.

Prospective graduate students get a sneak peek into GSBE student life

June 11 / 63

The Graduate School of Business and Economics has started a program to give future graduate students an authentic look at what being a graduate student is like. 

Carpets for Communities

June 11 / 62

Bachelor of Commerce student Michael Yang has joined not-for-profit group Carpets for Communities through the University’s Leadership, Involvement and Volunteer Experience Unit (LIVE). 

Making music to improve health

May 11 / 61

Students from the Music Therapy program hosted Jamalicious!, a public jam session at University Square on Wednesday 18 May to raise awareness about the positive health benefits of music making and singing.

Students open on-campus Crêperie

April 11 / 58

With the help of a University Dreamlarge Student Engagement Grant, students Elizabeth Brumby and Benjamin Vaughan have opened crêpe business Crêpes á la carte near the John Medley building. 

Robot Sumo team in TV smackdown

March 11 / 57

By Greta Harrison

The Melbourne School of Engineering’s Robot Sumo team had great success on ABC’s The New Inventors program last week, winning the final match of the Robot Sumo contest against the University of Sydney.

An international internship

March 11 / 57

Art History student Emily Wubben recently returned from a month-long work placement at the University of Birmingham as part of a Cultural Collections reciprocal exchange pilot program.

University holds 2011 Graduate Careers Fair

March 11 / 56

Careers & Employment hosted the University’s annual Graduate Careers Fair on Wednesday 9 March at the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton.

Fully bright future for Melbourne Maths student

March 11 / 56

University student Gus Schrader has been awarded a 2011 International Fulbright Science and Technology Scholarship.

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