Unannounced Removalists Clear Graduate Desks Amidst Office Changes

On 3 January, the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies (SHAPS) management sent a group of removalists to clear out Research History Desks (RHD) in light of desk reallocations to help facilitate staffing changes for the new academic year.

19 March 2018
Should the University Offer Online Undergraduate Degrees?

The University of Melbourne now offers a range of specialist online graduate courses, raising the question of whether the same should be done for undergraduate courses.

19 March 2018
New Campus for Engineering Students

The University will be constructing a new campus for the Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) at Fishermans Bend, on seven hectares of land purchased from the Victorian Government. This is part of a $1 billion commitment to create a world-leading engineering school in a key urban renewal precinct near the city. The new campus will […]

14 February 2018
Space for Study

The construction of a new student precinct, beginning this year, has triggered discussions regarding the future of study spaces on campus. A University spokesperson confirmed that several surveys of the student body were held in late 2017, with the results clearly indicating that this issue is of high priority. “To date more than 5,000 students […]

14 February 2018
University Speaks Out On $2.1 Billion Higher Education Cuts

The University of Melbourne has broken its silence on the cuts to higher education in the government’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO). The changes, which will see $2.1 billion cut from Australian universities and cap enrolment numbers, could affect students’ tuition fees and postgraduate plans. “The University of Melbourne is disappointed that the federal […]

12 January 2018
Bendi-go Away

The University of Melbourne is currently resisting the proposal for a new regional medical school in Bendigo, to be jointly run by La Trobe University and Charles Sturt University.

16 October 2017
Cadmus Continues

The University is still considering implementing academic integrity software Cadmus despite claims from students that the software is invasive and faulty.

13 October 2017
Jumping Hurdles

With exams looming, students are concerned about whether changes to the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) will impact their marks.

22 September 2017
I’d FAP To That

How the FlexAp recommendations will impact you

23 August 2017
Chancellor Cheat Sheet

The Chancellor: The Council, Philanthropy and HECS

13 July 2017
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