Find information and resources to help you settle into life at the University of Melbourne.
2017 Key Dates - Semester 1
- 3 January - 26 February
- Monday 27 February
Semester 1 begins
- Sunday 28 May
Semester 1 ends
- 6 - 23 June
- Friday 7 July
Results final release date
- 23 June - 23 July
2017 Key Dates - Semester 2
- Monday 24 July
Semester 2 begins
- Sunday 22 October
Semester 2 ends
- 30 October - 17 November
- Friday 1 December
Results final release dates
STOP 1: Connecting Students and Services
Stop 1 can help you with admissions, enrolment, course planning, administration, support services and skills development. If you can't find what you're looking for on the web, ask us online, call us on the phone, or visit us in person.
The University of Melbourne offers one of the most comprehensive student support networks in Australia.
Find information about life in Melbourne, including housing and the cost of living.
International student online briefing
Read our comprehensive online International Student Briefing for arrival information and a full list of available services designed to support your transition to Melbourne.
Collect your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card.
Current international students
Get information on visa matters, study load requirements, working while studying, and health and safety for current and continuing international students from the University's International Students page.
Safety on Campus
Melbourne is a relatively safe city, but we suggest using common-sense personal safety practices, as you would anywhere.
The University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus has a 24-hour security service to provide a safe environment for all students and staff. It is advisable, however, to consider some precautions when using the campus, particularly at night.
Campus security officers are available to escort you to your car, public transport or other locations on or around campus.
Please put Security’s telephone number (03) 8344 6666 in your mobile phone and call them if you are concerned for your safety.
For emergencies (Ambulance, Fire Department and Police), please call 000.
See the Safer Community website for more information.