CampusUniversityName/suburb
MainLa Trobe UniversityBundoora
MainMonash UniversityClayton
MainRMIT UniversityCity
MainSwinburne University of TechnologyHawthorn
MainUniversity of DivinityKew
MainUniversity of MelbourneParkville
MainVictoria UniversityFootscray Park
SatelliteAustralian Catholic UniversityACU Melbourne
SatelliteCharles Darwin UniversityCDU Melbourne
SatelliteCQUniversityCQU Melbourne
SatelliteDeakin UniversityBurwood
SatelliteLa Trobe UniversityCollins Street
SatelliteLa Trobe UniversityFranklin Street
SatelliteMonash UniversityBerwick
SatelliteMonash UniversityCaulfield
SatelliteMonash UniversityParkville
SatelliteMonash UniversityPeninsula
SatelliteRMIT UniversityBrunswick
SatelliteRMIT UniversityBundoora
SatelliteSwinburne University of TechnologyCroydon
SatelliteSwinburne University of TechnologyWantirna
SatelliteTorrens University AustraliaFitzroy
SatelliteTorrens University AustraliaLittle Collins Street
SatelliteUniversity of MelbourneBurnley
SatelliteUniversity of MelbourneWerribee
SatelliteUniversity of MelbourneSouthbank
SatelliteVictoria UniversityCity Flinders
SatelliteVictoria UniversityCity Flinders Lane
SatelliteVictoria UniversityCity King
SatelliteVictoria UniversityCity Queen
SatelliteVictoria UniversityFootscray Nicholson
SatelliteVictoria UniversitySt Albans
SatelliteVictoria UniversitySunshine
SatelliteVictoria UniversityWerribee
2 trams pass the RMIT University building on Swanston St, Melbourne city.
Trams passing RMIT University

Universities in Melbourne

As the list shows, Melbourne is home to 7 Australian universities and hosts campuses of another 5.

  • 3 universities in Melbourne have > 50,000 students (Monash, RMIT and Melbourne Uni)
  • Melbourne universities teach 277,000 students in total, including 91,000 from overseas.

Melbourne has to be considered one of the world's favourite study destinations. Students love coming to study in Melbourne for reasons such as:

  • good city transport links
  • plenty of student accommodation and cheap-but-good dining options
  • an exciting culture, with interesting bars and cafes and thriving music and art scenes
  • a calendar full of concerts, theatre productions and sports events (e.g. football and tennis).