Plan Your Graduate Studies

This page has a number of resources for graduate students. Click on the resources below or scroll for further information.

Graduate Student Resources

Graduate Welcome Guide

Graduate Research Hub

Internships

Careers in Science

Graduate Student Association

University Services Finder

Library Services

Awards, Prizes and Scholarships

Stay Connected

Social Media

The 'Science Student News' Facebook page is full of information about upcoming events, current news, and job and scholarship listings. Also visit the 'Science at Melbourne' Facebook page and Twitter accounts to find out what's happening in science across the University, Australia and world.

Student Newsletters

Our GradSci-NEWS student newsletter is sent monthly throughout the year to all graduate students.

Each newsletter contains events, workshops, scholarships, jobs, tips, opportunities, and lots more.

All current graduate students are included in the mailing list.
If staff would like to be sent the newsletter, please send an email.

To view previous editions of the newsletter click here.

If you have anything to include in the newsletters, or you have any feedback please send an email.

English Language Development Program

Each year the Faculty of Science run a free academic skills and language development program to equip our graduate students with valuable skills that enable them to get the most out of their studies. The program is designed to fit within your course of study, at no additional cost.
Topics include: writing a literature review, structuring a scientific essay, writing clarity and focus, time management and communication skills.

To ensure that the program is tailored specifically to your needs, you will be invited to sit the Diagnostic English Language Assessment (DELA). This assessment determines your level of academic English and the skills areas in which you would benefit from receiving extra support. Importantly, DELA is not an exam, and you can't fail. DELA is a post-entry assessment which means that it does not affect your admission to the University, and results do not appear on your university transcript. DELA is offered throughout orientation week and is held in one of the University’s teaching venues. Times will be made available on the DELA webpage.

If you would like to find out more about the Diagnostic English Language Assessment  or the Language Development Program, you can get in touch with Academic Skills directly or visit the DELA webpage.

Michelle Mendonca

Michelle Mendonca

"The University of Melbourne is where I invest in myself, embrace the challenges and pursue my passion ruthlessly to achieve my goals." - Master of Biotechnology


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