Find out more about the University's coronavirus (COVID-19) response, including the latest updates and health advice.
- Take the new Staff Hub search for a spin before we launch!
Academic advising at Melbourne meetings start 7 September, log into the Portal to view your student group.
Find updates, financial facts, FAQs and an email address for feedback and questions.
Register for the 2020 Renate Kamener Oration - supporting UoM/Ormond College Indigenous scholarships.
Join an MSD Symposium on the role cities and their urban partners are playing in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
Be inspired! Watch this year’s virtual Dungala Kaiela Oration.
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Pandemic Reset Program
Evolving details of the plan to realise savings in response to the economic impact of COVID-19 to prepare the University for a return to financial stability by the end of 2022.
Major University projects
The University is a dynamic organisation, responsive to local and global pressures to improve and innovate. Discover projects from across the University covering construction, IT and process improvement.
A new strategy for the University defining a pathway for our community to be recognised as world-leading and globally connected by 2030.
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