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IT Services can help you fix or request services for University-owned devices, such as computers and telephones. Submit requests or chat online via the IT Services website.
Get your student card, which you'll use for identification, building access and University transactions.
Online courses and workshops
Online course with face-to-face workshops to equip you with skills and knowledge to understand your research integrity responsibilities.
Managing Data@ Melbourne
Managing Data @Melbourne is the University's research data management training program. It consists of six short modules, which outline the fundamental practices of good data management. Develop the skills you need to draft your research data management plan.
Introduction to Python
An online self-paced introductory course in the Python programming language. Useful for graduate researchers whose research involves programming.
Platforms, Infrastructure & Equipment
Provides access to researchers, expertise and education to research communities, and access to discipline specific tools and training.
23 Research Things
This online learning programme for university staff and graduate researchers, showcases a range of digital tools that can support your research activity; from data and reference management tools, statistical analysis software and text mining to visualising your data and managing the impact of your research.
The University’s LibGuides provide useful information about research in specific disciplines as well as more general guides to particular aspects of research and suggestions for useful tools.
The digital front page to access research support services and resources. The research gateway assists you in understanding your research journey, directs you to the resources available to you in the University and includes a glossary, FAQs and the research helpline.
Check your student email account regularly – at least weekly. This is how the University will correspond with you.
Check students.unimelb regularly for information about what's happening on campus and links to useful resources.
Use my.unimelb as your central tool for updating your personal details, managing your enrolment, getting results, accessing announcements and much more.
GSA graduate researcher network
The Graduate Researcher Network is a SSAF-funded program designed to help graduate researchers succeed in their candidature while building new friendships and connections across disciplines.
Graduate school bulletins
Your graduate school will also have a regular bulletin or way of communicating important news. Talk to your supervisors and check with your school about how to subscribe.
Shortly after you start, you will be subscribed to the University’s Opportunities for Graduate Researchers magazine. This will alert you to research funding and professional development opportunities available on this international database.
Student Union newsletter
Keep up to date with the Student Union. Subscribe in the footer of their website.
Social media directory
Browse the University's social media directory to connect with more clubs, services and student groups.
The thesis whisperer
Blog with contributors from around the world, dedicated to providing graduate researchers with helpful advice and information about theses.
Blog designed to inform University of Melbourne researchers about news, resources and services from the University Library.
Find out about applying for new scholarships, as well as how to meet requirements if you're a current recipient.
Graduate school scholarships
Your graduate school may also provide travel scholarships and support to attend conferences and undertake fieldwork. Talk to your supervisor or graduate school administrator for more information.
Student Services and Amenities Fee
The University of Melbourne charges a compulsory Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) which is used to fund student services and amenities. SSAF fees for graduate researchers are based on overall load for the calendar year.
Eligible students may defer the payment of their SSAF fee by applying for SA-HELP assistance.
Helps you collect and curate research material, improving organisation and citation.
Evidence of enrolment for graduate researchers
Currently enrolled graduate research students can request an Evidence of Enrolment letter, an official academic statement outlining the course(s) you are enrolled in at the University of Melbourne. The evidence of enrolment statement is provided on request and is free of charge for graduate research students.
As a student, you have access to a range of support services available to you, including medical care, counselling, legal counsel and much more.