Chancellery International provides advice and guidance on the development of the University's formal relationships and partnerships with other universities and institutions around the world. The University’s Faculties, Graduate Schools and Institutes have responsibility for Joint Programmes.
The University’s international involvement goes back to its beginnings when its first professors were selected through a committee set up in London (1853). The University is committed to providing academics and students with excellent exchange, research, and networking opportunities with our partner institutions.
Explore the University's international partnerships and activities below:
Bilateral International Collaboration
The International Relations Office supports the development of formal relationships and partnerships for academic collaboration and student mobility with other universities around the world.
International Multilateral Collaborations and Memberships
The University is partner to, or is involved with, many international multilateral collaborations and memberships.
The University of Melbourne seeks to develop opportunities for joint programmes with international universities. The University’s Faculties, Graduate Schools and Institutes have responsibility for Joint Programmes.