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Saturday, June 1, 2013

 Today we will discuss about a great university which is the one of the best university in this world. We discuss about the admission info , about fees , student exchange abroad , study programmes of Melbourne University , admission process for international students and will discuss about many many others matters which are very important to a student for building his career at the University of Melbourne.So please join with us for getting a huge information and keeping update the all important news about THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE !!!

Introduce to The University of Melbourne :-
The full is name is “Coat of Arms of the University of Melbourne”. The motto is the university is “We grow in the esteem on future generations”.
University of Melbourne was established at 1853. it’s a public university. The endowment of the Melbourne University is AU$173 billion.
Elizabeth Alexander is the Chancellor of the University of Melbourne.
Its situated at Parkville , Victoria , Australia.
It’s the No. 1 university in Australia and it is also situated at the 28th no. position at the world university ranking of 2012-2013. so we can easily say that University of Melbourne is a very promising institution in this world.
Admission Courses in University of Melbourne:-
There are the highly information about admission courses of the University of Melbourne at below. Please check out of this I promise you that you will be happy to see this.
          Undergraduate courses:-
there are name of all Undergraduate courses of the University of Melbourne at below :
Þ    Environmental Horticulture   
University of Melbourne
Þ    Bachelor of Agriculture
Þ    Bachelor of Arts
Þ    Bachelor of Biomedicine
Þ    Bachelor of Commerce
Þ    Bachelor of Environments
Þ    Bachelor of Fine Arts
Þ    Bachelor of Music
Þ     Bachelor of of Oral Health
Þ    Bachelor of Science
Þ    Diploma in General Studies
Þ    Architecture
Þ    Density
University of Melbourne
Þ    Engineering
Þ    Food Science
Þ    Journalism
Þ    Law
Þ    Medicine
Þ    Music Therapy
Þ    Nursing
Þ    Optometry
Þ    Physiotherapy
Þ    Psychology
Þ    Research
Þ    Social Work
Þ    Speech pathology
Þ    Teaching
Þ    Urban Planning
Þ    Veterinary Medicine

Major subjects for Undergraduate Course :
v     Accounting
v     Actuarial Studies
v     Agricultural Science
v     Ancient world Studies
v     Animal Health & Disease
v     Animal Science & Management

v     Animation
v     Anthropology
v     Arabic
v     Architecture
v     Art History
v     Arts Minors
v     Asian studies
v     Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences
v     Australian Indigenous Studies
v     Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
v     Bioengineering System
v     Biotechnology
v     Business
v     Call & Developmental Business
v     Chemical Systems
v     Chemistry
v     Chinese
v     Civil Systems
v     Classics
v     Composition
v     Computing & Software System
v     Construction
v     Economics
v     Finance
v     Genetics
v     Geography
And a lot of other subjects ……

Fees for Domestic Undergraduate Students :- 
          These pages outline the fees for domestic undergraduate students, and provide some information about other fees and costs you will need to consider when studying at the University of Melbourne.
You'll be enrolling in a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) which is subsidised by the Australian Government.
You pay a student contribution amount, with the amount determined each year by the Australian Government and the subjects in which you enrol.
The exact cost of your student contribution depends on the subjects you take, not the overall course you are studying.
Payment of the student contribution amount can be made at enrolment (upfront), or can be deferred through HECS-HELP for eligible students.
In 2013 the student contribution amounts for study at the University range from $5,868 to $9,792 for a full-time enrolment.
You are also required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee.

Every undergraduate subject at the University has a study load and as been assigned to one of the three student contribution bands shown in the table below. Most undergraduate courses require students to enroll in subjects from more than one student contribution band for a total study load across all subjects of 100 credit points per year.
subject study load (as fraction)
x subject fee ($ per study load)
= cost of subject
The total amount you are charged is the sum of the fees for all subjects in which you enrol.
The Handbook lists all the subjects you can take in your course and their corresponding subject codes. The subject EFSTL value can be used to work out the cost of each subject.
2013 student contribution amounts
Annual student contribution amount for 1 Equivalent Full-Time Student Load (EFTSL).
Your actual student contribution will be charged by subject.
Band 1
Humanities, behavioural science, social studies, education (see Notes), clinical psychology, foreign languages, visual and performing arts, nursing (see Notes)

$5,868 per standard year*

$734 per standard subject (12.5 credit points)
Band 2
Mathematics, statistics, computing, built environment, other health, allied health, science, engineering, surveying, agriculture

$8,363 per standard year*

$1,045 per standard subject (12.5 credit points)
Band 3
Law, accounting, administration, economics, commerce, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science

$9,792 per standard year*

$1,224 per standard subject (12.5 credit points)
* As of 1 January 2012, Australian citizens and holders of permanent humanitarian visas receive an up-front payment discount of 10% for payments of $500 or more made to the University by subject census dates.
From 2012 students will be charged a services and amenities fee in addition to their student contribution amounts .
Pre-2010: If you began your course of study prior to 1 January 2010 you may be considered a pre-2010 student. In 2013, pre-2010 students will be charged $4,696 per EFTSL for education and nursing subjects.
Fees for International Undergraduate Students :-
These pages outline the tuition fees for international undergraduate students as well as some other fees and costs you will need to consider when studying at the University of Melbourne.
Tuition fees are charged for each year that you are enrolled and you will pay tuition fees according to your specific enrolment in any given semester. The tuition fees are subject-based fees, which means you'll pay according to the subjects you are studying, not your course.
Undergraduate subjects are grouped into discipline fee bands.These fee bands are determined by the content of the subject, not the course, nor the faculty or school that teaches it. You will be charged the sum of the fees for all subjects in which you enrol. Most undergraduate courses require students to enrol in subjects from more than one discipline fee band for a total study load across all subjects of 100 credit points (1 EFTSL) per year.
To date fees have been set for 2013 and 2014 and these are shown in the tables below. The subject fees in the tables form the basis for calculating your tuition fees but do not necessarily represent the fees for a typical enrollment. The fees are for each 100 credit points of study in that discipline fee band. You can use the amounts to work out your tuition fees for each year.
Subject fees for 2013 Subject fees for 2014

Broad area of study
Discipline fee band
2013 international undergraduate subject fee ($AUD/EFTSL)
Agriculture, Engineering, Sciences and Veterinary Science
Agriculture (including Agriculture - Dookie)
Information Systems
Mathematics, Statistics
Veterinary Science
Built and Natural Environment
Built Environment
Business and Economics
Accounting, Administration, Commerce, Economics
Health and Medical Sciences
Behavioural Science
Health (non-clinical)
Medicine (clinical)
Other Health
Humanities, Social Sciences and Languages
Arts, Foreign Languages, Humanities, Social Studies
Music, Visual and Performing Arts
VCA (Audio Visual)
VCA (AVS group 1)
VCA (AVS group 2)
VCA (AVS group 3)
VCA (Foundation study)
VCA General
VCA (Performing Arts)
Visual and Performing Arts

Entry requirements for University of Melbourne :-
            Here are the information about requirements for entry in University of Melbourne ….
            Entry requirements: Undergraduate international :-
Here are the information about requirements for entry in University of Melbourne ….
To be eligible for entry to an undergraduate degree you must fulfill all of the following requirements:
Complete the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or an equivalent Australian or overseas qualification (see qualifications below)
Complete and achieve the required grades in each of the prerequisite subjects for the course and any prerequisite tests, interviews or auditions (see Course Search for details about prerequisite subjects and scores)
Entry scores for international students
Two types of entry scores are set for undergraduate international students.
Guaranteed entry scores for international students completing the following qualifications in 2012 and applying to enter the University in 2013:
Australian Year 12
Trinity College Foundation Studies
GCE 'A' Levels
International Baccalaureate
Indicative entry scores for international students completing the following qualifications in 2012 and applying to enter the University in 2013:
Australia Foundation Programs
Canada and China: British Columbia Graduation Certificate
Canada: Ontario School Certificate/Pre-University
Finland: Ylioppilastutkinto
France: General Baccalaureate
Germany: Abitur
Hong Kong: Diploma of Secondary Education
India: All India Senior School Certificate(CBSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC)
India: State Board Matriculation Examination
Ireland: Leaving Certificate
Israel: Bagrut
Italy: Diploma di Esame di Stato
Malaysia: STPM Cumulative Grade Point Average
Malaysia: Taylors University Foundation in Science
Malaysia: Unified Examination of the Chinese High Schools in Malaysia (UEC)
New Zealand: National Certificate in Educational Achievement (NCEA3)
New Zealand: Taylors Auckland Foundation Year and University of Auckland Foundation Certificate
Norway: Vitnemal (Upper Secondary College)
Scotland: Certificate of Education
South Africa: National Senior Certificate
Sri Lanka: A-Levels
Sweden: Slutbetyg (Secondary Certificate)
United States: High School Diploma and SAT/ACT
Vietnam: High School Graduation Certificate (Bang Tot Ngiep Trung hoc Pho thong)
Use of predicted grades
The University accepts forecast results for students from an Approved School. Forecast results will be accepted for entry into most undergraduate courses offered by the university. To be eligible for entry into the university based on forecast results the following requirements must be met:
GCE A Levels – Applicants must have a predicted grade in prerequisite subjects at a level at or above the currently approved requirement for entry. Applicants must have a predicted grade at least equal to the guaranteed entry score for the course for which they have applied.
International Baccalaureate (IB) – The predicted grade in prerequisite subjects must be at or above the level currently approved for entry and the total predicted IB score must be at least 2 points higher than the approved guaranteed entry score.
Australian (domestic) students studying overseas
If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident but you are studying overseas, you should refer to the entry standards above as a guide only. You should use this as an indication of the scores required to be considered for a course, but achieving these scores does not guarantee you entry to a Commonwealth supported place (CSP).
See also:
Guaranteed entry pathways to graduate degrees
The official University Selection Principles:
Regulation 11.1.A2 – Admission and Selection to Courses



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