Study in Melbourne
Why study in Melbourne
High safety ranking
Melbourne ranked 9th in the world for overall safety in the 2021 Safe Cities Index, so you can feel safe while you study and explore.
Melbourne has an excellent public transport system, so you can easily get around the city and to our campuses.
Australia's Best Student City
In the QS Best Student Cities ranking, Melbourne has been Australia's number one city since 2015 and is now number four globally.
3rd most liveable city in the world
In 2023's Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, Melbourne scored perfect in Healthcare, Infrastructure and Education.
Things to do in Melbourne
Often called the cultural capital of Australia, you’ll find plenty of things to do while in Melbourne – many of them completely free.
You could spend a whole day exploring the Queen Victoria Market, the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere and home to hundreds of stalls selling all sorts of food and goodies. Or make the most of a sunny day at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, 38 hectares of grass, garden beds, lakes and lawns beside the Yarra River.
For cultural exploration, check out the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). It’s Australia’s oldest art museum and most exhibitions are free to visit. There’s a second outpost at Fed Square, a huge venue for arts, culture and public events where you’ll find plenty to do.
Events in Melbourne
All facultiesCome to our Melbourne Open Day and discover what student life is like. Our academics and current students will be there to answer all your questions.August date coming soonFlinders St campus