Study with us
With deep expertise across a variety of disciplines, passionate researchers, a vibrant student cohort and strong industry networks, we provide specialist training in undergraduate, graduate coursework and graduate research studies.
Our dedicated agriculture, forestry and urban horticulture campuses enable unique hands-on learning opportunities, while integrated industry exposure gives you real-world insight for the best start to your career.
Study options in agriculture, ecosystem, food and forest science
Our world-renowned experts teach into the innovative Bachelor of Agriculture, the comprehensive Bachelor of Science and the unique, one-year Diploma in General Studies program.
Our graduate degrees set you up for specialist, in-demand roles in industry, with options to integrate research training for expanded career opportunities. We also offer graduate certificates and diplomas for those looking to up-skill and professionals considering a career change.
Pursue a career in research or academia and delve deeper into your area of interest through a Doctor of Philosophy or a Master of Philosophy in Science or Agriculture.
Information for current students
Bachelor of Agriculture (BAg) course guide
Resources for current students of the Bachelor of Agriculture (BAg) – your opportunity to use science, technology and business to tackle critical sustainability issues and build a career with lasting impact. Read more
Getting started in the Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Learn how to choose and enrol in subjects, and access resources to help you plan your course all the way from first year and beyond. Read more
Course guides for the Diploma in General Studies (DiGS) and DiGS (Extended)
Resources for current students of these unique foundational programs Read DiGS Read DiGS (Extended)
Getting started in graduate coursework
Settle into your graduate studies with a range of degree-specific resources, checklists and course planning advice and information. Read more
Information for graduate researchers
Whether you're just starting out or getting ready to submit your thesis, we're here to support you and your research with everything you need to know. Read more
Awards, prizes and scholarships
The University of Melbourne has one of the most generous scholarship programs in Australia, and is committed to recognising and supporting the academic achievement of students in the veterinary science.
With over 1200 scholarships and prizes available for new and current students, it's more than likely there is one that you're eligible for either when you start your course or during your studies.