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Top reasons to study in Melbourne

Posted on: December 13, 2018

Melbourne is among the world’s most live able cities

Again and again,Melbourne is named among the world’s most live able cities. The title is awarded to the city with the highest score for stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. When you study in Melbourne, you’ll be living in a safe and vibrant city that offers world-class study options,services and the widest range of things to do.

Our universities rank in the world’s best

QS World UniversityRankings place six of Victoria’s 10 universities in the top-ranked universities in the world. Victoria is a global knowledge hub and we attract the world’s best academics and researchers. Whether your study involves research, technical training, English language or business you’ll learning with the best – on campuses that offer a rich and rewarding student experience.

Australia’s best student city

Melbourne is the best student city in Australia and the third best student city in the world,according to the prestigious QS Best Student Cities 2018. Key features such as Victoria’s high standard and quality of living, vibrant multicultural society and social inclusion attracted 200,000 international students to Victoria in 2017.

Often called Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne is home to the attractions that make the Australian lifestyle so appealing.  Melbourne’s rank as the 10th best city in the world for ‘employer activity’ makes it an even more attractive destination.

QS Ranking Melbourne Number 3

Rural tranquility a country drive away

Have you considered studying beyond Melbourne, in one of our regional centres?

Victoria’s diverse landscape includes snow capped mountains, vast seashores, striking desert regions and charming historic towns. Across the state, discover world-class education in the regional centres of Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Gippsland, Mildura, Shepparton, Swan Hill, Warrnambool and Wodonga.

These towns and smallcities are contemporary, well serviced and are family and student friendly.They offer a relaxed lifestyle and a world-class education that is recognisedby international institutions and employers. Regional centres often have lowerhousing costs, active community and sporting organisations, easy access tonatural attractions and multiple transport options for visits to Melbourne orother parts of Victoria and Australia.

Support for you – 24/7 at the Study Melbourne Student Centre

Find free support, information and welfare services for international students at the Study Melbourne Student Centre in the centre of Melbourne.

International student welcome desk

The Student Welcome Desk is at the Travellers Information Service, International Arrivals Hall, Ground Floor, Terminal 2, Melbourne Airport. The desk is open every day from 7am to midnight.

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