We are one of the most comprehensive science faculties in the world, comprising seven schools ranging from the life sciences to the physical and mathematical sciences.
The Faculty of Science is a thriving, passionate and internationally networked community. We are proud of who we are and our achievements.
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Faculty leadership team
The Faculty is led by the Dean and supported by the Leadership Team, including directors, heads of schools and associate deans.
Locations and facilities
The Faculty of Science sits across five of the University’s seven campuses – Parkville, Burnley, Creswick, Dookie and Werribee.
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Indigenous research, engagement and inclusion in the Faculty of Science
See how the Faculty of Science is working to lead Indigenous research, engagement and knowledge through a shared endeavour to expand human scientific knowledge.
Diversity, inclusion and belonging in the Faculty of Science
Diversity and inclusion are key priorities for the Faculty of Science. Find out how the Faculty of Science is working to ensure diversity and equity and foster inclusion among our people.
Engage with us
We are committed to bringing science to the community and creating excitement about scientific research and discovery, and invite all our friends and supporters to help us to continue being Australia's leading scientific teaching and research hub.
School of BioSciences
By integrating expertise in ecology, evolution, and molecular and cellular biology, the School of BioSciences has a unique capacity to address major scientific and societal problems in biology.
School of Chemistry
The School of Chemistry brings together strengths in functional materials, chemical biology, sustainability & the environment and cutting-edge blue-sky research. We are dedicated to improving our world and training outstanding graduates in chemistry.
School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
The School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (SGEAS) brings together human and physical geography, meteorology and atmospheric science and earth sciences. It is dedicated to achieving a better future for our students, societies and the environment.
Agriculture, Ecosystem, Food and Forest Sciences
The School of Agriculture and Food (SAF) and the School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences (SEFS) bring together a variety of discipline strengths and innovative solutions in ecosystem processes and management, food industries and systems, and agricultural practices and industry.
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics and statistics are at the core of discovery and understanding in all areas, and the School of Mathematics and Statistics' world-leading fundamental research and education programs provide the foundation that underlies future innovation.
School of Physics
Physics expands our knowledge of the Universe and underpins new technologies that benefit our society, and the School of Physics enjoys an internationally-respected reputation for its research excellence, broad-based undergraduate courses and challenging and rewarding postgraduate experience.
Melbourne Veterinary School
A destination of choice for students, academics, professionals and clients, Melbourne Veterinary School recognises the complex interplay between human, animal and environmental health and works across disciplines to tackle major global issues through world-renowned research, education and engagement.
Office for Environmental Programs
Welcome to the Office for Environmental Programs (OEP). By studying with us, you are joining a passionate engaged learning community of scholars from all kinds of academic backgrounds and all around the globe.
The OEP will develop your knowledge and skills for professional practice in environment or sustainability. Our graduate degrees are flexible and multidisciplinary, focused on developing a specialisation in a field of environmental practice and improving capacity to work across disciplines for environmental decision-making.
Contact the Faculty
If you're an academic, a current or potential student or a member of the media or the general public, find out how to get in touch with us.