Postgraduate International Student of the Year award to Sina Khatami

September 16 / 186

Infrastructure Engineering PhD candidate Sina Khatami was named Postgraduate International Student of the Year at the Council of International Students Australia (CISA) annual conference in Darwin recently.

Five New Colombo Plan Scholars head to placements in Asia this year

February 16 / 174

Five University of Melbourne students are among 100 scholars chosen by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to take part in the 2016 New Colombo Plan Scholarship Program (NCP).

Students to build Asian ties with New Colombo Plan scholarships

December 14 / 150

Four students will head to China, Japan and Singapore to extend their studies as part of the New Colombo Plan (NCP) in 2015.

University strengthens research links with Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

November 14 / 149

The University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur), to strengthen collaborative research in science, technology and the environment.

New grant program grows research exchange with South America

June 14 / 138

A scientific cooperation agreement between the University and the São Paulo Research Federation (FAPESP) will provide funding for researchers in Brazil and Australia to undertake collaborative exchanges.

Indonesian election: Runners declared in two-horse race

May 14 / 136

Election Watch Project Officer Lily Yulianti Farid examines the candidates vying for the presidency of Southeast Asia’s largest nation. 

Developing socially-responsible businesses

May 14 / 135

While Master of International Business graduate Archit Chanana's classmates were frantically job-hunting, he was on a plane to Kenya. The plan was to participate in a six-week volunteer program with Balloon Kenya, which helps ambitious local businesses owners create positive social change.

SHAPS cements relationship with Nanjing University

May 14 / 135

Academic staff from the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies (SHAPS) have visited the History Department of Nanjing University to strengthen ties with the institution.

Melbourne founding partner in $100 million scholarship program

April 14 / 133

The University has partnered with the Westpac Bicentennial Foundation to establish the largest private education scholarship program in Australian history.

Welcome to Melbourne: an introduction to city and study

April 14 / 133

A record 350 people took part in this semester’s Welcome to Melbourne program – the University’s dedicated introduction to Melbourne life for international Australia Awards (formerly AusAid) Scholarship students.

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