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Undergraduate studies in science
Find out everything you need to know about undergraduate study in the Faculty of Science – how to begin, where it can lead, and what life at university is like.
Graduate studies in science
Graduate study opportunities in science are incredibly broad – start with a Masters degree to set you up for a specialist role in the knowledge economy or prepare you for a PhD with one of our world-renowned researchers.
Science and maths as Breadth
If you're studying a Bachelor of Arts, Commerce, Design, Fine Arts or Music, you can still dip into science. Follow a passion, challenge yourself, or enhance your employability with a science Breadth subject.
Studying in the Faculty of Science
Meet our Students and Alumni
Meet our diverse undergraduate and graduate students, and see where science has taken our alumni.
Indigenous Students in Science
If you’re an Indigenous student thinking about a career in science, read on to learn about what we can offer you at the University of Melbourne.
Gain industry experience – and course credit – while developing your technical and professional skills and building your graduate career prospects.
Awards, prizes and scholarships
We are committed to recognising and supporting the academic achievement of students, and offer some of the most generous scholarships in Australia.
Careers in science
Science graduates are valued by employers and find rewarding careers across a wide range of industry and government sectors – explore the huge range of potential careers that a Bachelor of Science is the first step towards, from microbiologist to astronomer and everything in between.
International teaching and learning initiatives
The Faculty of Science is actively pursuing new teaching and learning opportunities all over the world, from co-developing curricula with other institutions to finding international training initiatives for our PhD students.