For most queries related to your candidature contact the graduate research administrator in your department. If you do not have a department contact or you are enquiring about a graduate research application, contact the appropriate faculty as per the list below. However, if you have a query about your graduate research examination, contact the Examinations Office.
|Faculty of Business and Economicsemail@example.com|
|Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
+61 3 8344 7345
|Faculty of Artsemail@example.com|
|Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences||Visit website|
+61 3 8344 5807
|Melbourne Graduate School of Education||Visit website|
|Faculty of Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org|
For current graduate researchers (List of contacts)
|Melbourne Law School||List of contacts|
+61 3 8344 8946
|Melbourne School of Design||Visit website|
|Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology||Visit website|
|Faculty of Fine Arts and Musicemail@example.com|
+61 3 9035 3471 or +61 3 9035 9082
The University provides a variety of services and support for graduate researchers. If you have a query that relates to an area such as Scholarships, visas, fees or graduations that is not related to your candidature, an application to study or the examinations process please contact Stop 1.
For your reference, the areas listed below provide additional support and services.
The University of Melbourne offers a comprehensive student support network including health services, counselling, academic skills, careers advice, financial aid and more. To find the service you’re looking for visit the Student Services Directory.
The Researcher Development Unit (RDU) designs programs and resources for researchers across all career stages to help them further their skills and development. Explore the RDU’s programs and all researcher development events available across the University through the newly developed Researcher Development Portal.
Graduate Student Association facilities and room bookings
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) are an independent association that provides representation, advice and training. They are located on the Parkville campus and have facilities and spaces available for events and meetings. To see what’s on offer or to book a room, contact GSA.