The University of Melbourne (informally Melbourne University) is a public research university located in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1853, it is Australia's second oldest university and the oldest in Victoria. Times Higher Education ranks Melbourne as 33rd in the world, while the Academic Ranking of World Universities places Melbourne 40th in the world (both first in Australia).

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The University of Melbourne
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  • First published on 12 Jul 2016 Pitch your online business idea to a panel of Australia's most prominent Angel Investors and Industry Experts at the annual Unimelb StartUp Pitch Competition. In 2015, a total of up to $10,000 seed funding was proudly sponsored by the Faculty of Business and Economics, Melbourne Business School and Wade Institute for Entrepreneurship. The competition is run by in...

The University of Melbourne
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  • First published 26 Jul 2016 Speaking to ABC News 24, Professor Peter Gahan, Director of the Centre for Workplace Leadership at the University of Melbourne, said that typically what we saw were politicians struggling to work out the bigger narrative to take to an increasingly fragmented electorate.

The University of Melbourne
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  • First published on 3 Nov 2016 Do leaders of Australian business have what it takes? Jesse Olsen, Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Workplace Leadership, the University of Melbourne shares findings from the largest leadership research project in 20 years. Watch the video. Read more: http://fbe.unimelb.edu.au/exchange/edition2/do-australia-business-leaders-have-what-it-takes

The University of Melbourne
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  • The Master of Tertiary Education (Management) provides graduates with specialised skills and knowledge for leading and managing successfully in higher education institutions. The course aims to develop your skills to navigate change and drive innovation in what is the complex tertiary sector, as well as advance your career pathway. For more info visit: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/ugp6

The University of Melbourne
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  • When things go wrong: This Australian Animal Disease Model simulates the spread of a foot-and-mouth disease outbreak that starts at a pig farm in the Goulburn Valley. The graph on the right shows growth of the number of truly infected farms (orange) greatly outpaces the farms declared infected and controlled (red) at times. By the time all areas are free from FMD, 323 days have passed, 1,995 farms...

The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne
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  • First published 12 Jul 2016 Little did Associate Professor Brad Potter realise when he helped to establish the Melbourne Business Practicum (MBP) subject in 2010 that it would set in motion his most exciting and perhaps unusual research project yet. The research will have significant sustainability implications for individuals, organisations and, in particular, councils and governments committed ...

The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne
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  • First published on 24 Sept 2017 Siblings Cynthia and Peter Dupes talk about the Access Melbourne. Access Melbourne is the University of Melbourne’s equity program for domestic students. If you’re eligible under any of the program’s categories, you may receive a guaranteed place in one of five specified undergraduate degrees at a reduced ATAR, subject to course prerequisites.

The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne
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  • Dr Allison Milner discusses her research into how work impacts our health and well-being. Her research focuses on the relationship between gender and employment as well as gender and mental health. Allison is a Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology in the Gender and Women’s Health Unit at the Centre for Health Equity, at the University of Melbourne. Interviewed on 4 October 2017. Info: go.unimelb...

The University of Melbourne
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  • Associate Professor Rebecca Bentley discusses how housing in Australia is shaping our health. Rebecca Bentley is a Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology and ARC Future Fellow, in the Gender and Women's Health Unit, Centre for Health Equity, at the University of Melbourne. info: www.go.unimelb.edu.au/s73a

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