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Get information and advice to help you make the right study decision about graduate study.
If you're considering graduate study, it's best to connect early and often with a range of people and services to help you make the best decision.
Explore graduate courses
Search all the available graduate courses at the University of Melbourne, by Certificate, Diploma or Masters level.
Seek industry advice
- Tutors and lecturers: It may be useful to have a conversation with your lecturers and tutors, who have experienced graduate study and will be able to provide insight and advice.
- Professionals in your field: Use your personal and professional networks to speak to people working in your intended field. Contact relevant professional associations for industry information, events and networking opportunities.
Speak to the experts
There are a number of ways for you to seek advice about your course options, entry requirements and planning for graduate study:
- Book with a Stop 1 specialist in the graduate school team
- Attend events at the faculty you wish to study in
- Speak to someone from the graduate school of your interest
Which graduate school are you interested in?
If you're interested in graduate study at the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, their Health Hub offers a drop-in pathways advice service from 9am to 5pm daily. They can answer your questions about graduate study and go over course entry requirements in detail.
- Book an appointment to discuss graduate pathways and options in Stop 1.
- Attend an information session on Tuesday 18 September from 12–2pm at the Forum Theatre, Level 1, Arts West. Registrations open September 4.
Join the Pre-Eng club and make an appointment with the Melbourne School of Engineering to be kept informed of events and graduate course information.
Find out more about courses in the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences.
Contact the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music for information about graduate study options.
Not sure you’ll meet the entry requirements?
Not everyone will follow a linear path through to graduate study.
If you don’t meet entry requirements for a degree, you may be able to undertake another form of study to increase your Weighted Average Mark (WAM) or meet prerequisites for entry.