Tiny lanes, experimenting arts, great coffee, lots of sports, many cultures and sweet, sweet people awaits you in beautiful Melbourne. In Melbourne, you will experience how nice the locals are, and you will be surprised when people you don’t know compliment you on the clothes you’re wearing and offering their help. Studying in Melbourne is for those interested in sports and music events, culture, festivals, beautiful nature, beaches and culinary experiences and good times. In short, Melbourne has it all and has been named the World’s most liveable city many times.
We can help you apply for a Master's Degree at some of the best universities in Melbourne. We help you with the boring paper work, tell you about student accommodation, visa, funding, scholarships, and even help you find the cheapest flight tickets. & our guidance about studying a Master in Melbourne is free of charge.
Melbourne has several cute little lanes with small boutiques and cafés.
Melbourne is a huge city with many skyscrapers.
Melbourne has endless activities and fun events going on - all year around.
RMIT has ranked among the top 35 universities in the world for Art, Design & Architecture.
Great for sports and outdoor interested
Melbourne Cup – Horse races in November. Bring your suit or favorite dress. For the ladies, don’t forget a nice hat.
Australian Open – International tennis tournament in January. Watch the World’s biggest tennis player and feel the buzz.
Concerts with international artists – Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne regularly hosts big names such as Bruno Mars, Sam Smith, Neil Diamond, and Ed Sheeran. Don’t miss out.
AFL (Australian Football League) – watch the finals in Australian football with the locals on Melbourne’s Federation Square or attend the finals in real life in September/October.
Jump on the tram and explore Melbourne's cozy neighborhoods.
St. Kilda – beach, arts, aurfing, SUP, sailing and bay views.
Fitzroy – cafés and restaurants and boutique shops for the hip crowd.
Brunswick – little Middle East with small markets and delicious food.
CBD – the city’s major hot spots, Queen Victoria Market, and the skyscrapers.
Lygon Street – also known as Little Italy, need we say more? Mmm….
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