We may be physically separated, however our community is more connected than ever.
Meet Mikaylah: a Palawa, Chinese and Samoan woman
Loud, fun and artistic, Mikaylah Lepua is studying photography as part of the Bachelor Fine Arts (Visual Art) and exploring her culture through her own unique lens.
Cultural burning and the Australian landscape
Associate Professor Michael-Shawn Fletcher, lecturer in the Bachelor of Science, explains the history and importance of cultural burning as part of Australian landscape management.
Guide to chess terms
Thinking of trying your hand at chess but a bit intimidated by all these strange terms you hear thrown around? This handy guide will have you talking chess like a grandmaster in no time.
UniMelb alumni around the world: what can we learn from our global community?
Watch our alumni in Los Angeles and New York discuss resilience, creativity and innovation - ideas that matter to us all, now more than ever.
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No matter where you’re located, our community remains connected. Share your own story, get involved with events hosted by clubs and societies each week or check out stories from our students and staff.
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Wellbeing in the time of COVID-19
Enrol now in a series of free short courses for staff and students to help you improve your wellbeing. These short courses will each provide valuable life-skills and understanding which will improve and maintain well-being even in the face of challenging life circumstances.
Find an alumni mentor
Ever wondered what your dream career is really like? Can an internship or volunteer role increase your employability? The Ask Alumni program is an opportunity to connect with alumni who have been in your shoes.
Hear from our Bachelor of Commerce students as they provide information and tips to help you manage your finances.