The University of Melbourne Parkville, Victoria is a leading university based in Melbourne, Australia. Established in 1855, it is the second oldest University in Australia. It has started its journey with 4 professors, 4 faculties, and 16 students. Since its inception it has gained extensive success in the field of education and as a result today it acquires 19 faculties and Graduate Schools, 6500 staff members and more than 47 000 students, including more than 11 800 international students from over 120 countries.
This University possess the second-largest research organisation in Australia after the CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation). It possesses more than 100 research centres and institutes which includes Bio21, one of Australia's most sophisticated medical research and biotechnological initiatives.
The University of Melbourne is a home of the eminent professors who research and teach at Melbourne include Nobel Prize winner Professor Peter Doherty (Physiology and Medicine), Professor Peter Singer (Laureate Professor in the Faculty of Arts), and Fellows of the Royal Society Professors David Solomon and David Boger. The University currently owns 33 cultural collections and is home to: Asialink, Meanjin literary magazine,Melbourne University Publishing,Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC), and The Ian Potter Museum of Art.
India Representative office Address to the Univ contacts:
The University of Melbourne
India Liaison Office -Suite 248 & 249
213 Raheja Chambers,
Free Press Journal Road,
Nariman Point ,Mumbai 400021