Starting your studies
As a commencing student, you should attend Science Day 1: Course Planning and Advice (for undergraduate students) or the Graduate Welcome for information about your course and possible subject choices. Science Day 1 may be the first time you are on campus, so it is important to prepare well in advance. Before you arrive, make sure you know where the session is held and what time you need to attend. Science Day 1 sessions will provide you with information about:
- Courses (rules, requirements and options)
- Subjects (choosing, sequences, pre-requisites, core, breadth, electives)
Science Day 1 also provides you with an opportunity to meet University academics, professional staff and other students.
Mid-year intake 2016
Wednesday 20 July 2016
Other services for students
The University of Melbourne offers an extensive range of services for you to access. As well as the support offered to you through Stop 1, which is our central student centre, there are a wide variety of other service providers who can advise you on anything from finance and housing through to specific support for international or Indigenous students. And don't forget Melbourne Uni Sport, where you can also find out more about specific clubs.
As well as these, the Student Union offers a range of useful services, including advocacy, legal representation, and a number of programs and chill-out spaces just for students. The Union Theatre has opportunities to get involved and see student productions, while the George Paton Gallery, Rowden White Library and computer rooms are all places for you to explore and relax in on campus.