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Popular Universities for Indian Students in Melbourne

With its strong Indian expat community, Melbourne attracts a significant number of Indian students to its universities every year!

Popular Universities for Indian Students in Melbourne

Melbourne is second among the world’s most student-friendly cities and is home to leading universities like Uni of Melbourne, Deakin Uni and RMIT.

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Marvellous Melbourne

Melbourne is one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations and the growth of the city is integral to the development of the Australian economy. Melbourne is the capital city of the State of Victoria and is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip. The 1850s saw the ‘Gold Rush’ drawing people from all around the world to try their luck at finding their share of the precious metal.  The money that came in led to the city prospering and becoming an important centre of trade and commerce. From 1901 to 1927, Melbourne functioned as the administrative capital of the Australian Federation. 

Melbourne rates highly in education, entertainment, health care, research and development, tourism and sport. The Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Melbourne ‘the world's most liveable city’—for the fifth year in a row in 2015.

 

Top-Quality Education in Melbourne

Melbourne is home to some of Australia’s top-ranked institutions that offer a world-class education and attract students from all around the world. Some of these leading universities are the University of Melbourne, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology – RMIT, Monash University, Deakin University, La Trobe University, Swinburne University of Technology and Victoria University. These institutions have invested a considerable sum of money to provide state-of-the-art learning and research facilities to students and offer a vibrant learning environment.

 

University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is consistently ranked as Australia’s best university; it is also ranked in the world’s top 40 universities. The University of Melbourne was established in 1853 and currently operates out of seven campus locations in Melbourne and rural Victoria. The University comprises seven faculties, two schools and one graduate school. Subjects taught are as varied as music and law and architecture and veterinary science. The University has a strong focus on academic research and areas of research excellence include medicine, nanotechnology, bio-technology and advanced computing.

RMIT

The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology popularly known as RMIT has over 82,000 students enrolled on over 800 programmes offered across diverse subjects. With three campuses in Melbourne, two in Vietnam and programmes offered through partner institutions in Singapore, China, India, Malaysia and in Europe, RMIT is an extremely popular name in the field of international higher education. RMIT has 5 Star rating for excellence in higher education in the categories of: Employability, Engagement, Teaching, Facilities and Internationalisation – as per the 2015 QS World Rankings. RMIT has a strong community of Indian students and the Alumni Network helps Indian students find relevant jobs and professional development opportunities. Areas of research excellence include – smart cities, sustainable living and healthy lifestyles.

 

Monash University

Monash University is a modern Australian University and ranked in the world’s top one percent of universities as per the Times World University Rankings. Monash University has five Australian campuses, a campus in Malaysia, a joint graduate school in China, a learning centre in Italy, and a research centre in India. Be it health and medicine, engineering, social sciences, or creative arts and design; there is a relevant course for everyone at Monash University.

 

Deakin University

Deakin University was established in 1974 and is one of the fastest growing modern universities in Australia with strategic partnerships with leading universities from all around the world. Deakin ranks 36thin the QS ranking of the world's universities under 50 years. The University comprises four key faculties that are divided into schools.  There are a number of research institutes and centres that focus on areas like – nutrition, preventive medicine, data analytics, mental health and integrative ecology. Deakin has a strong and growing community of Indian students.

 

La Trobe University

La Trobe University was established in 1964 and its Melbourne campus is one of the biggest urban university campuses in the region. The University comprises two colleges - the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce and the College of Science, Health and Engineering. Both colleges are further structured into schools. The La Trobe Business School, the School of Molecular Sciences and the School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences attract a number of international students. The La Trobe MBA and the Master of Computer Science programmes are highly rated.    

 

Swinburne University of Technology

Swinburne University started as a training centre offering courses in plumbing and mechanics in 1909 with a class of 80 students. Since then the institution has grown from strength to strength and now operates six campuses in and around Melbourne. Swinburne comprises three faculties, which are further sub-divided into schools and departments. Be it pathways and vocational programmes or undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes; there is a relevant course for everyone. Swinburne also operates a modern campus in Malaysia.

 

Victoria University

Victoria University popularly known as VU is a leading Australian university with campuses in both Melbourne and Sydney. The University has over 45,000 students enrolled on a wide variety of programmes. In 2016, Victoria University celebrates 100 years of academic excellence. Victoria Polytechnic is the University’s TAFE division that offers an excellent selection of vocational programmes and pathways to degree programmes. The University has a strong focus on research and key research areas are as diverse as sports and exercise science, food and nutrition, sustainable living and logistics. The University has a strong community of Indian students.  

 

Life as a student in Melbourne

Unless you have a guardian or friend living in Melbourne who offers you free accommodation; your best option would be to opt for on-campus accommodation, which will offer you a number of benefits. Melbourne has an excellent public transport system and students can get discounts on a variety of services and at select shops and restaurants. Melbourne with its pleasant climate, vibrant people and excellent infrastructure offers a great life experience to all students. Get in touch with us for assistance in joining the perfect course and university in Melbourne.

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