Melbourne Virtual Fair tomorrow!

Don’t forget: the University of Melbourne is holding a “virtual fair” tomorrow, May 1, for prospective international students and their parents.

 

University of Melbourne
Attend the Melbourne Virtual Fair for International Students

Registered participants will be able to
  • get information about the University of Melbourne, their courses and admission requirements;
  • get information about Melbourne—the world’s most liveable city—as well as accommodation options, and student support;
  • chat online with University of Melbourne staff and current international students to really get an understanding of what it’s like to study in Melbourne; and
  • see and hear video presentations from leading academics and current international students.
Australia time: Thursday, May 1, and Friday, May 2, 2014

Ontario time: Thursday, May 1 from 5 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Need to find your local time zone? Visit Time Zone Converter: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

The Virtual Fair is an excellent opportunity to learn more about Australia’s number one university*. Chat online with Melbourne’s friendly staff and students and find out all you need to know about your program of interest and its entry requirements.

This is a great opportunity to find out more about Melbourne’s popular schools:
  • Melbourne Medical School
  • Melbourne Dental School
  • Melbourne Physiotherapy School
  • Melbourne Veterinary School
  • Melbourne Law School
  • Melbourne Teachers College
  • Melbourne Speech Pathology School
  • Melbourne Audiology School
  • Melbourne Public Health School
  • Melbourne Business School
  • Melbourne Nursing School
  • Melbourne Optometry School
* Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-2014; SHJT Academic Ranking of World Universities 2013

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