The Melbourne Curriculum

In 2008 the University introduced the Melbourne Curriculum, the most significant set of curriculum reforms in the University’s history. Read more...

The Melbourne Graduate

The University of Melbourne educational experience prepares well-rounded graduates who are academically outstanding, practically grounded and socially responsible. Melbourne's graduates are distinguished by their broad outlook and openness to different perspectives. This is highlighted by the University of Melbourne Graduate Attributes: Academic Distinction, Active Citzenship and Integrity and Self-Awareness. Read more...

The Melbourne Offer

The ‘Melbourne Offer’ to students represents a distinctive student experience; one that supports a lifelong relationship between students and the university. Central to the ‘Melbourne Offer’ is the Melbourne Curriculum, designed to harness and develop potential and prepare graduates who are distinguished by their broad outlook and openness to different perspectives.

Strategic Focus Areas

Chancellery (Academic & International) develop strategies and policies that enable the goals and strategic priorities set out in Growing Esteem 2015-2020 to be realised. The strategic focus for teaching and learning and the student experience for 2015 includes:

Melbourne Model Refinement:

  • Options for enhancing quality and achieving scale through depth and breadth of demand
  • Course structures and pathways

The Melbourne Offer

  • Options for enhancing quality and achieving scale through student experience
  • Scholarships strategy
  • Employability and professional development
  • Chancellor’s Scholars Program

Students, Learning and Teaching Governance:

  • Effectiveness/agility of course/subject development, review and improvement mechanisms
  • Admission requirements, selection criteria, credit/advanced standing and fee setting
  • Governance of student appeals and misconduct
  • Governance of loans, grants, scholarships and commercial teaching activity

Professor Margaret Sheil

Provost
Assistant: Carol Boles
Phone: +61 3 8344 7290
Email: c.boles@unimelb.edu.au

Ms Elizabeth Capp

Director, Students and Equity
Assistant: Ms Julie Ciccone
Phone: +61 3 90358882
Email: jciccone@unimelb.edu.au


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