Research Centres

The University of Melbourne has discipline specific faculties, and is affiliated with many research institutes and hospitals, putting the University at the heart of biomedical research in Melbourne and Australia. Flagship interdisciplinary centres, include:

Collaborative Centres

These research centres are formed in association with other institutions.

Cooperative Research Centres (CRC)

The Australian government's CRC program delivers social, economic and environmental benefits by encouraging collaboration between research institutions and industry with a strong commercialisation focus.

Australian Research Council (ARC) Centres of Excellence

These prestigious hubs of expertise allow high-quality researchers to collaborate with other universities within Australia and overseas to maintain and develop Australia's international standing in research areas of national priority.

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Centres and Institutes for Research and Research Training:

Institutional (involving only University of Melbourne participants)

ARTS

BUSINESS and ECONOMICS

EDUCATION

ENGINEERING

LAW

MEDICINE, DENTISTRY & HEALTH SCIENCES

MELBOURNE BUSINESS SCHOOL

SCIENCE

VETERINARY SCIENCE

OTHER UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CENTRES AND INSTITUTES

OFFICE OF THE PROVOST

ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & PLANNING

ARTS

BUSINESS and ECONOMICS

EDUCATION

LAND & ENVIRONMENT

MEDICINE, DENTISTRY & HEALTH SCIENCES

SCIENCE

Collaborative Centres

(formed in association with other institutions)

ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & PLANNING

ARTS

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

EDUCATION

ENGINEERING

LAND & ENVIRONMENT

LAW

MEDICINE, DENTISTRY & HEALTH SCIENCES

SCIENCE

Cooperative Centres (CRCs) involving the University of Melbourne

ENGINEERING

LAND & ENVIRONMENT

MEDICINE, DENTISTRY & HEALTH SCIENCES

VETERINARY SCIENCE