We may be physically separated, however our community is more connected than ever.
UniMelb from home
We may be far apart, but our community is still here to learn, have fun, and support each other every day.
First Peoples' voices
Check out stories from our First Nations students and staff, find out more about our support programs and explore how we maintain connection to community and Country.
Go from bored to board with Melbourne University Chess Club
The Melbourne University Chess Club brings the community together to share and play.
Bite Size Lectures: why we remake film and TV shows
Check out our Bite Size Lecture series and hear from some of the uni's top lecturers. First up, Dr Lauren Rosewarne explains why remakes are taking over our screens.
Take a study break and nurture your wellbeing. We've created fun activities, cute backgrounds and relaxing resources to help you reduce stress and take a little time to focus on your mental health.
No matter where you’re located, our community remains connected. Share your own story, get involved with events hosted by clubs and societies each week or check out stories from our students and staff.
We’re working and studying from home wherever possible. Find advice on setting up your home office and access essential tools for your digital workspace.
Nourish your mind
Create, innovate and learn fun new skills each week. We’re streaming some of our favourite podcasts, collections, and performances from across the University straight to you.
Learn and study remotely
Guides and resources
Find an alumni mentor
Ever wondered what your dream career is really like? Can an internship or volunteer role increase your employability? The Ask Alumni program is an opportunity to connect with alumni who have been in your shoes.
Free courses: employment fundamentals
Stand out from the crowd and hit the ground running with a deeper understanding of the work environment, offered exclusively for University of Melbourne students.
Financial health check: what you need to know
The challenges we’re all facing with COVID-19, can see many of us stressed out about our financial health and security. Upon reflection, we tend to ask ourselves: how can we better prepare for a financial emergency?