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Melbourne Polytechnic

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Melbourne Polytechnic

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Melbourne Polytechnic

Australia
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Melbourne Polytechnic

Australia
Overview

Overview

Melbourne Polytechnic offers over 80 vocational courses spread across seven campuses and three training centres in Melbourne, Australia. The university is one of Australia's largest higher education providers and welcomes students from over 70 countries around the world. Melbourne Polytechnic has also received the Victorian Government's Premier's Award for Excellence in International Education.

Melbourne Polytechnic offers an impressive range of facilities across its campuses which offer real-life working conditions. These include an on-site hairdresser, a garden centre, recording studios, a childcare centre, performance theatre, training restaurants and even an award-winning wine cellar. There are also seven well-stocked libraries and a fitness centre located at the Preston campus, featuring a fully-equipped gym.

Students receive a huge amount of guidance at Melbourne Polytechnic. Dedicated services include help for students with a disability, information on accommodation, a confidential counselling team, and specific support for international students. A number of career-related activities are also arranged throughout the year so that students can get a taste of different industries, and gain knowledge of the different options available to them after they finish their degree.

Melbourne has a thriving arts and culture scene, along with a vibrant nightlife, beautiful coastline and plenty of nature parks, making it an ideal place to study in. It is also continuously ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world.

Melbourne Polytechnic runs Student Life at MelbPoly (SLAM), which organises a wide range of activities, events and trips for students to get involved in throughout the year. The organisation also encourages them to run their own events, fundraisers and competitions, as well as helping develop students' skills through training and workshops.

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Overview

Overview

Melbourne Polytechnic offers over 80 vocational courses spread across seven campuses and three training centres in Melbourne, Australia. The university is one of Australia's largest higher education providers and welcomes students from over 70 countries around the world. Melbourne Polytechnic has also received the Victorian Government's Premier's Award for Excellence in International Education.

Melbourne Polytechnic offers an impressive range of facilities across its campuses which offer real-life working conditions. These include an on-site hairdresser, a garden centre, recording studios, a childcare centre, performance theatre, training restaurants and even an award-winning wine cellar. There are also seven well-stocked libraries and a fitness centre located at the Preston campus, featuring a fully-equipped gym.

Students receive a huge amount of guidance at Melbourne Polytechnic. Dedicated services include help for students with a disability, information on accommodation, a confidential counselling team, and specific support for international students. A number of career-related activities are also arranged throughout the year so that students can get a taste of different industries, and gain knowledge of the different options available to them after they finish their degree.

Melbourne has a thriving arts and culture scene, along with a vibrant nightlife, beautiful coastline and plenty of nature parks, making it an ideal place to study in. It is also continuously ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world.

Melbourne Polytechnic runs Student Life at MelbPoly (SLAM), which organises a wide range of activities, events and trips for students to get involved in throughout the year. The organisation also encourages them to run their own events, fundraisers and competitions, as well as helping develop students' skills through training and workshops.

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Overview

Overview

Melbourne Polytechnic offers over 80 vocational courses spread across seven campuses and three training centres in Melbourne, Australia. The university is one of Australia's largest higher education providers and welcomes students from over 70 countries around the world. Melbourne Polytechnic has also received the Victorian Government's Premier's Award for Excellence in International Education.

Melbourne Polytechnic offers an impressive range of facilities across its campuses which offer real-life working conditions. These include an on-site hairdresser, a garden centre, recording studios, a childcare centre, performance theatre, training restaurants and even an award-winning wine cellar. There are also seven well-stocked libraries and a fitness centre located at the Preston campus, featuring a fully-equipped gym.

Students receive a huge amount of guidance at Melbourne Polytechnic. Dedicated services include help for students with a disability, information on accommodation, a confidential counselling team, and specific support for international students. A number of career-related activities are also arranged throughout the year so that students can get a taste of different industries, and gain knowledge of the different options available to them after they finish their degree.

Melbourne has a thriving arts and culture scene, along with a vibrant nightlife, beautiful coastline and plenty of nature parks, making it an ideal place to study in. It is also continuously ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world.

Melbourne Polytechnic runs Student Life at MelbPoly (SLAM), which organises a wide range of activities, events and trips for students to get involved in throughout the year. The organisation also encourages them to run their own events, fundraisers and competitions, as well as helping develop students' skills through training and workshops.

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Overview

Overview

One of the largest providers of vocational education and training in Victoria, Melbourne Polytechnic provides a wide range of innovative and practical courses.

Based across seven campuses and three specialist training centres in Melbourne, Australia, the university is a renowned and popular provider. Established in 1912, its courses offer personalised pathways through a range of flexible study options.

Welcoming students from over 70 countries worldwide, the institution has also received the Victorian Government's Premier's Award for Excellence in International Education.

Melbourne Polytechnic offers a variety of technical and further education (TAFE) programs, as well as higher education degrees. International students can choose from over 70 nationally recognised qualifications, and more than 400 institute accredited courses across a range of disciplines.

Qualification options include certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, associate degrees, bachelor's degrees and master's degrees. Students are taught through a combination of traditional theory and hands-on learning. Led by qualified professionals who are established in their industries, its practical learning environments have state-of-the-art training facilities.

Helping students become fully equipped for the workplace, there are also numerous classrooms and workshops on campus which mirror real working environments. This includes an on-site hairdresser, recording studios and training restaurants.

Melbourne Polytechnic has links with 25 partner institutions across Asia and strong industry links within the community too. This provides unique work experiences and opportunities for students, including study abroad options.

Campuses are close to Melbourne's thriving cultural scene, which is consistently ranked as of the most liveable cities in the world. Students are perfectly located to take advantage of its exciting nightlife, as well as its beautiful coastline and nature parks.

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Study options

Study options

Melbourne Polytechnic is one of the most successful and largest providers of tertiary education and vocational training in Australia. It is funded by the government and an owned Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

Ranging from certificate and diploma programmes to bachelor’s and master’s degrees, Melbourne Polytechnic offers excellent programmes for international students.

Melbourne Polytechnic’s commitment towards its partnerships with top universities, industries and research institutes worldwide provide students more pathways into degrees and higher learning education.

English language intensive course for overseas students (ELICOS)

Melbourne Polytechnic offers the English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at all levels from beginner to advanced (English for academic purposes). Studies focus on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

Pathways

Its certificates, diplomas and degrees are designed to get students on track to achieving their academic and career goals.

Melbourne Polytechnic has been a partner with La Trobe University since 2008, offering pathways into a range of undergraduate programmes. Students can choose relevant programmes on offer at La Trobe University once they graduate from Melbourne Polytechnic.

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Study options

Study options

Melbourne Polytechnic is one of the most successful and largest providers of tertiary education and vocational training in Australia. It is funded by the government and an owned Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

Ranging from certificate and diploma programmes to bachelor’s and master’s degrees, Melbourne Polytechnic offers excellent programmes for international students.

Melbourne Polytechnic’s commitment towards its partnerships with top universities, industries and research institutes worldwide provide students more pathways into degrees and higher learning education.

English language intensive course for overseas students (ELICOS)

Melbourne Polytechnic offers the English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at all levels from beginner to advanced (English for academic purposes). Studies focus on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

Pathways

Its certificates, diplomas and degrees are designed to get students on track to achieving their academic and career goals.

Melbourne Polytechnic has been a partner with La Trobe University since 2008, offering pathways into a range of undergraduate programmes. Students can choose relevant programmes on offer at La Trobe University once they graduate from Melbourne Polytechnic.

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Study options

Study options

Melbourne Polytechnic is one of the most successful and largest providers of tertiary education and vocational training in Australia. It is funded by the government and an owned Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

Ranging from certificate and diploma programmes to bachelor's and master's degrees, Melbourne Polytechnic offers excellent programmes for international students.

Melbourne Polytechnic's commitment towards its partnerships with top universities, industries and research institutes worldwide provide students more pathways into degrees and higher learning education.

English language intensive course for overseas students (ELICOS)

Melbourne Polytechnic offers the English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at all levels from beginner to advanced (English for academic purposes). Studies focus on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

Pathways

Its certificates, diplomas and degrees are designed to get students on track to achieving their academic and career goals.

Melbourne Polytechnic has been a partner with La Trobe University since 2008, offering pathways into a range of undergraduate programmes. Students can choose relevant programmes on offer at La Trobe University once they graduate from Melbourne Polytechnic.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Melbourne Polytechnic is renowned for its multi-disciplinary approach to traditional and practical teaching.

One of the largest providers of tertiary education and vocational training in Australia, it has been awarded for Excellence in International Education by the Victorian government.

Its hands-on, personalised courses are taught by qualified industry experts, who are established in their fields. Students can choose from a range of qualifications at the university, including certificates, diplomas as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees.

Students learn in state-of-the-art training facilities, including mock work environments which prepare them for future careers. Its classrooms and workshops include an on-site hairdresser, garden centre, recording studios, performance theatre and training restaurants.

The institution's strong partnerships with 25 Asian institutions as well as industry and research links, provides exciting pathways into both higher education and careers.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Melbourne Polytechnic, international students must be 16 years or older and meet all entry requirements as outlined below.

Academic level

Melbourne Polytechnic requires the successful completion of studies equivalent to Australian Year 11 and Year 12 education as the minimum level of entry into most certificate, diploma and degree programmes.

Students who do not possess the academic level entry requirements set by Melbourne Polytechnic, but have knowledge or skills relevant to the programme chosen, can apply as mature age students. A student who has not been involved in full-time education for a minimum of one year and is above 18 years of age, is considered to be a mature student.

English proficiency

All international students are required to meet the standard of English language proficiency set by Melbourne Polytechnic listed below. The institution also accepts other evidence that certify English language proficiency in individual cases after appropriate documents are submitted.

Students are required to successfully complete one of the following no more than two years prior to the application date – unless specified otherwise.

  • Previous studies in a specified English speaking country where English was the language of instruction:
    • Successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Qualification delivered offshore
    • Certificate in Academic English (CAE)
  • English language proficiency requirements for student visas

Depending on their country of citizenship and intended programme of study, evidence of a suitable level of English language proficiency may be required for a student visa application.

Applicants will need to show evidence of meeting the English language skills for student visa eligibility before being granted the unconditional offer.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Melbourne Polytechnic, international students must be 16 years or older and meet all entry requirements as outlined below.

Academic level

Melbourne Polytechnic requires the successful completion of studies equivalent to Australian Year 11 and Year 12 education as the minimum level of entry into most certificate, diploma and degree programmes.

Students who do not possess the academic level entry requirements set by Melbourne Polytechnic, but have knowledge or skills relevant to the programme chosen, can apply as mature age students. A student who has not been involved in full-time education for a minimum of one year and is above 18 years of age, is considered to be a mature student.

English proficiency

All international students are required to meet the standard of English language proficiency set by Melbourne Polytechnic listed below. The institution also accepts other evidence that certify English language proficiency in individual cases after appropriate documents are submitted.

Students are required to successfully complete one of the following no more than two years prior to the application date – unless specified otherwise.

  • Previous studies in a specified English speaking country where English was the language of instruction:
    • Successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Qualification delivered offshore
    • Certificate in Academic English (CAE)
  • English language proficiency requirements for student visas

Depending on their country of citizenship and intended programme of study, evidence of a suitable level of English language proficiency may be required for a student visa application.

Applicants will need to show evidence of meeting the English language skills for student visa eligibility before being granted the unconditional offer.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Melbourne Polytechnic, international students must be 16 years or older and meet all entry requirements as outlined below.

Academic level

Melbourne Polytechnic requires the successful completion of studies equivalent to Australian Year 11 and Year 12 education as the minimum level of entry into most certificate, diploma and degree programmes.

Students who do not possess the academic level entry requirements set by Melbourne Polytechnic, but have knowledge or skills relevant to the programme chosen, can apply as mature age students. A student who has not been involved in full-time education for a minimum of one year and is above 18 years of age, is considered to be a mature student.

English proficiency

All international students are required to meet the standard of English language proficiency set by Melbourne Polytechnic listed below. The institution also accepts other evidence that certify English language proficiency in individual cases after appropriate documents are submitted.

Students are required to successfully complete one of the following no more than two years prior to the application date – unless specified otherwise.

  • Previous studies in a specified English speaking country where English was the language of instruction:
    1. Successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Qualification delivered offshore
    2. Certificate in Academic English (CAE)
  • English language proficiency requirements for student visas

Depending on their country of citizenship and intended programme of study, evidence of a suitable level of English language proficiency may be required for a student visa application.

Applicants will need to show evidence of meeting the English language skills for student visa eligibility before being granted the unconditional offer.

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Department structure

Department structure

Melbourne Polytechnic provides a comprehensive range of vocational education and training. Qualifications offered by this institution includes certificates diplomas advanced diplomas associate degrees bachelor's degrees and master's degrees.

Teaching takes places across seven campuses and three specialist training centres in Melbourne, Australia. It covers 23 disciplines across 14 departments, which are:

  • Agriculture
  • Bridging and preparatory studies
  • Business management and finance
  • Creative arts
  • Education
  • Foundation studies
  • Health and community
  • Horticulture and landscaping
  • Hospitality
  • Performing arts
  • Professional practice
  • Trades college
  • Visual arts
  • Work education

Faculty are qualified experts in their chosen industry and provide both traditional and practical teaching methods to engage students.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students must carefully check all the entry requirements for the courses they are applying for. The next step is to complete the Melbourne Polytechnic International Student Application form.

Students must submit the application to the International Office by email, mail, fax or through an authorised Melbourne Polytechnic education agent. They must read and understand the terms and conditions of enrolment before applying.

The application must be accompanied by:

  • A certified copy of the passport
  • Certified copies of the academic qualifications translated into English
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • Any other information or documents that are specified in the usual course entry requirements (this may involve a recent portfolio of work, an audition, resume or interview)

Melbourne Polytechnic International Office can assist students with the submission of their application and is the single point of contact for all queries - once the application is received. There is no fee charged for submission of an application. Fees are only charged once the enrolment is confirmed.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students must carefully check all the entry requirements for the courses they are applying for. The next step is to complete the Melbourne Polytechnic International Student Application form.

Students must submit the application to the International Office by email, mail, fax or through an authorised Melbourne Polytechnic education agent. They must read and understand the terms and conditions of enrolment before applying.

The application must be accompanied by:

  • A certified copy of the passport
  • Certified copies of the academic qualifications translated into English
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • Any other information or documents that are specified in the usual course entry requirements (this may involve a recent portfolio of work, an audition, resume or interview)

Melbourne Polytechnic International Office can assist students with the submission of their application and is the single point of contact for all queries - once the application is received. There is no fee charged for submission of an application. Fees are only charged once the enrolment is confirmed.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students must carefully check all the entry requirements for the courses they are applying for. The next step is to complete the Melbourne Polytechnic International Student Application form.

Students must submit the application to the International Office by email, mail, fax or through an authorised Melbourne Polytechnic education agent. They must read and understand the terms and conditions of enrolment before applying.

The application must be accompanied by:

  • A certified copy of the passport
  • Certified copies of the academic qualifications translated into English
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • Any other information or documents that are specified in the usual course entry requirements (this may involve a recent portfolio of work, an audition, resume or interview)

Melbourne Polytechnic International Office can assist students with the submission of their application and is the single point of contact for all queries - once the application is received. There is no fee charged for submission of an application. Fees are only charged once the enrolment is confirmed.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Entry requirements differ depending on the course, but as a minimum for most of its programmes, Melbourne Polytechnic expects applicants to have completed the equivalent of an Australian year 11 and 12 level of education.

If applicants don't meet this requirement but have knowledge that's relevant to their chosen programme, they can still apply as mature age students. To be eligible for mature age status, applicants must be over the age of 18 and have been out of full-time education for at least one year.

As well as submitting their application form, international students need to submit the following documents:

  • Certified copy of passport
  • Certified copies of the academic qualifications translated into English
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • Other information or documents that are specified by the course. This could include a portfolio of work, an audition or resume.

There is no fee charged for the submission of an application. Fees are only charged once enrolment is confirmed.

English proficiency

Because its courses are taught in the English language, Melbourne Polytechnic also has set English proficiency requirements for international students. Proficiency tests that are accepted by the institution are:

  • IELTS
  • TOEFL
  • Pearson Global Scale of English
  • Cambridge English Scale
  • Melbourne Polytechnic

Proficiency tests need to be taken no later than two years before applying. Depending on the applicant's country of citizenship and chosen programme, English language proficiency may also be required for a student visa application.

If applicants can't take these language tests, the university will accept other evidence of English proficiency on an individual basis.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Melbourne Polytechnic scholarships are awarded on a range of criteria, such as merit, the area of study or personal circumstances. Available scholarships differ from semester to semester and year to year.

Recognition of excellence in transnational studies

Melbourne Polytechnic provides high performing transnational students who have demonstrated excellence in their course of study, the opportunity to apply for a merit based scholarship to continue their studies in a related field at Melbourne Polytechnic with a significant scholarship.

This scholarship is open to all future as well as current transnational students of Melbourne Polytechnic. The eligibility also extends to all transnational students in their final year of study offshore or those who have finished their transnational programme within six months of the closing date of the application.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Melbourne Polytechnic scholarships are awarded on a range of criteria, such as merit, the area of study or personal circumstances. Available scholarships differ from semester to semester and year to year.

Recognition of excellence in transnational studies

Melbourne Polytechnic provides high performing transnational students who have demonstrated excellence in their course of study, the opportunity to apply for a merit based scholarship to continue their studies in a related field at Melbourne Polytechnic with a significant scholarship.

This scholarship is open to all future as well as current transnational students of Melbourne Polytechnic. The eligibility also extends to all transnational students in their final year of study offshore or those who have finished their transnational programme within six months of the closing date of the application.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Melbourne Polytechnic scholarships are awarded on a range of criteria, such as merit, the area of study or personal circumstances. Available scholarships differ from semester to semester and year to year.

Recognition of excellence in transnational studies

Melbourne Polytechnic provides high performing transnational students who have demonstrated excellence in their course of study, the opportunity to apply for a merit based scholarship to continue their studies in a related field at Melbourne Polytechnic with a significant scholarship.

This scholarship is open to all future as well as current transnational students of Melbourne Polytechnic. The eligibility also extends to all transnational students in their final year of study offshore or those who have finished their transnational programme within six months of the closing date of the application.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Melbourne Polytechnic offers a variety of scholarships to international students. Funding through the institution is awarded based on a range of factors, including academic merit, area of study or personal circumstances.

Scholarships available to international students include:

International higher education scholarship

Awards between 10 to 20 per cent off tuition fees, depending on the student's academic merit and background.

International online scholarship

A new scholarship which has been created to support international students during the Covid-19 pandemic. Helping international students begin studies remotely while the Australian borders are closed, the scholarship awards a partial discount on tuition for online studies in the first semester. If the borders remain closed past the first semester, the scholarship will be renewed.

Recognition of excellence in transnational studies

Awards up to 50 per cent off tuition fees to high-performing students who are studying Melbourne Polytechnic transnational programmes outside of Australia. A merit-based scholarship, students are assessed on academic performance, references, personal statement, and any previous history with Melbourne Polytechnic.

Transnational merit scholarship

Worth a 10 per cent discount on tuition fees, this is awarded to transnational students outside of Australia that are studying a Melbourne Polytechnic course. Students are assessed on previous academic performance, completion of a Melbourne Polytechnic transnational English program (if applicable) and personal statement submission.

Students can also apply to scholarships and bursaries from external agencies and organisations, which are also listed on Melbourne Polytechnic's website.

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Facilities

Facilities

Melbourne Polytechnic offers students a range of services, facilities and learning resources across its campuses. It is home to six libraries, learning services, conference facilities, restaurants and much more.

Bookshop

The bookshop is part of the Co-op, Australia’s largest provider of textbooks and is owned and operated by its members. The Co-op is located in over 60 universities and learning institutions across Australia. Students can order books anytime online and, as a bonus, orders over AUD 50 are shipped free of charge.

David Williamson theatre

The David Williamson Theatre is located within the Prahran Campus on High Street and is a preferred choice for events and productions.

Libraries

There are six comprehensive libraries and each campus library contains various spaces to suit different learning styles. The libraries have PCs and laptops, wireless and internet access, printing, copying and scanning, collections of books, periodicals (print and online) and other course-related materials and texts such as videos, magazines and computer software available to students. It also has an extensive suite of e-resources available for use day or night. There are also information literacy programmes to ensure students acquire the necessary skills to succeed in their studies and career.

Restaurants

Melbourne Polytechnic has two fully equipped training restaurants where students can learn the art of commercial cookery, hospitality or grab a bite to eat.

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Facilities

Facilities

Melbourne Polytechnic offers students a range of services, facilities and learning resources across its campuses. It is home to six libraries, learning services, conference facilities, restaurants and much more.

Bookshop

The bookshop is part of the Co-op, Australia’s largest provider of textbooks and is owned and operated by its members. The Co-op is located in over 60 universities and learning institutions across Australia. Students can order books anytime online and, as a bonus, orders over AUD 50 are shipped free of charge.

David Williamson theatre

The David Williamson Theatre is located within the Prahran Campus on High Street and is a preferred choice for events and productions.

Libraries

There are six comprehensive libraries and each campus library contains various spaces to suit different learning styles. The libraries have PCs and laptops, wireless and internet access, printing, copying and scanning, collections of books, periodicals (print and online) and other course-related materials and texts such as videos, magazines and computer software available to students. It also has an extensive suite of e-resources available for use day or night. There are also information literacy programmes to ensure students acquire the necessary skills to succeed in their studies and career.

Restaurants

Melbourne Polytechnic has two fully equipped training restaurants where students can learn the art of commercial cookery, hospitality or grab a bite to eat.

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Facilities

Facilities

Melbourne Polytechnic offers students a range of services, facilities and learning resources across its campuses. It is home to six libraries, learning services, conference facilities, restaurants and much more.

Bookshop

The bookshop is part of the Co-op, Australia's largest provider of textbooks and is owned and operated by its members. The Co-op is located in over 60 universities and learning institutions across Australia. Students can order books anytime online and, as a bonus, orders over AUD 50 are shipped free of charge.

David Williamson theatre

The David Williamson Theatre is located within the Prahran Campus on High Street and is a preferred choice for events and productions.

Libraries

There are six comprehensive libraries and each campus library contains various spaces to suit different learning styles. The libraries have PCs and laptops, wireless and internet access, printing, copying and scanning, collections of books, periodicals (print and online) and other course-related materials and texts such as videos, magazines and computer software available to students. It also has an extensive suite of e-resources available for use day or night. There are also information literacy programmes to ensure students acquire the necessary skills to succeed in their studies and career.

Restaurants

Melbourne Polytechnic has two fully equipped training restaurants where students can learn the art of commercial cookery, hospitality or grab a bite to eat.

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Facilities

Facilities

Melbourne Polytechnic provides state-of-the-art facilities, including realistic training environments within classrooms and workshops. This includes two fully equipped working restaurants and a hairdressing salon, where students work with real clients.

Other training facilities include:

  • Commercial meat and fish processing facilities
  • Jewellery workshop
  • Mechanical trade fitting and machining workshop
  • Pathology lab
  • Photography studios
  • Specialist makeup room
  • Technical education centre
  • Vineyards and an award-winning wine cellar

Music students have access to several industry-quality facilities across campuses. This includes a 100-seat auditorium, several sound-proofed practice rooms, computer labs with the latest music software as well as recording studios and post-production suites.

Its Green Skills Centre achieved a five-star rating from the Green Building Council for demonstrating excellence in sustainable design. Facilities in the centre include 3D printing, a robotics lab and a fully constructed greywater system.

The university also boasts six libraries, with large collections of books, periodicals (both in print and online), videos, magazines, and other course-related materials. It also has plenty of study spaces, computer software and e-resources.

Outside of the classroom, there are several recreational and social facilities. This includes a purpose-built movement studio which is used for dance classes, fitness programs and rehearsals.

On the Preston campus, there is a fully equipped Fitness Centre. Run by welcoming staff who provide personal fitness advice, the centre houses a range of health facilities, including:

  • Cardio equipment
  • Free weights
  • Group fitness room
  • Gym
  • Pin-loaded and plate-loaded machines
  • Resistance training equipment

There are also facilities for students to showcase their work. The Space Gallery provides a dedicated space for solo exhibitions and events in a modern environment.

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Applied innovation

Applied innovation

The Centre of Applied Innovation links the globally-minded learner to the world’s cutting-edge developments in every field of human endeavour. Biotechnology, Cybersecurity, Nanomaterials, Textiles, Food Production, Defence, Gaming and Entertainment, Off-grid Living, Communications, Intelligent Ecosystems, Wellness – if students can think of it, the centre can build the bridge between student passion and the world that can put it to good use. Hosting the only academically integrated finance and innovation intelligence system, Melbourne Polytechnic is the first tertiary education institution to provide students and industry partners access to the world’s single largest global repository of innovation and analytics. The Centre of Applied Innovation’s proprietary linguistic and financial analytics capability enables the integration of complex foresight, data analytics and market intelligence.

Applied Innovation contextualises great ideas and places them into actionable contexts and situations. Through this, students can:

  1. Identify relevant context into which creativity can achieve its greatest impact.
  2. Link diverse communities with similar interests, challenges or solutions.
  3. Provide instant accessibility to researchers and businesses in over 168 countries to form just-in-time collaboration.

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Applied innovation

Applied innovation

The Centre of Applied Innovation links the globally-minded learner to the world’s cutting-edge developments in every field of human endeavour. Biotechnology, Cybersecurity, Nanomaterials, Textiles, Food Production, Defence, Gaming and Entertainment, Off-grid Living, Communications, Intelligent Ecosystems, Wellness – if students can think of it, the centre can build the bridge between student passion and the world that can put it to good use. Hosting the only academically integrated finance and innovation intelligence system, Melbourne Polytechnic is the first tertiary education institution to provide students and industry partners access to the world’s single largest global repository of innovation and analytics. The Centre of Applied Innovation’s proprietary linguistic and financial analytics capability enables the integration of complex foresight, data analytics and market intelligence.

Applied Innovation contextualises great ideas and places them into actionable contexts and situations. Through this, students can:

  1. Identify relevant context into which creativity can achieve its greatest impact.
  2. Link diverse communities with similar interests, challenges or solutions.
  3. Provide instant accessibility to researchers and businesses in over 168 countries to form just-in-time collaboration.

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Applied innovation

Applied innovation

The Centre of Applied Innovation links the globally-minded learner to the world's cutting-edge developments in every field of human endeavour. Biotechnology, Cybersecurity, Nanomaterials, Textiles, Food Production, Defence, Gaming and Entertainment, Off-grid Living, Communications, Intelligent Ecosystems, Wellness – if students can think of it, the centre can build the bridge between student passion and the world that can put it to good use. Hosting the only academically integrated finance and innovation intelligence system, Melbourne Polytechnic is the first tertiary education institution to provide students and industry partners access to the world's single largest global repository of innovation and analytics. The Centre of Applied Innovation's proprietary linguistic and financial analytics capability enables the integration of complex foresight, data analytics and market intelligence.

Applied Innovation contextualises great ideas and places them into actionable contexts and situations. Through this, students can:

  1. Identify relevant context into which creativity can achieve its greatest impact.
  2. Link diverse communities with similar interests, challenges or solutions.
  3. Provide instant accessibility to researchers and businesses in over 168 countries to form just-in-time collaboration.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Melbourne Polytechnic's programmes are designed to develop students into highly employable graduates. Its hands-on teaching methods and classrooms replicate real working environments, so students are fully prepared for the professional workplace. This includes two specifically designed training centres located on two large working farms.

The institution also boasts two working restaurants and a hairdressing salon, where students work with real customers, including their peers and the local community. Other professional training facilities include subject-specific workshops, pathology labs, specialist makeup rooms, technical education centre and working vineyards.

Melbourne Polytechnic offers an internship program for international students studying in select programmes. The internship runs for a duration of 12-weeks and has helped more than 99 per cent of students secure a job in their area of study.

Melbourne Polytechnic's skills and job centre provides expert advice on training and employment opportunities. Helping students promote their skills to employers, its free services include:

  • Apprenticeship advice
  • Career and training plans
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3.0
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2.0
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3.0
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1.0
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Melbourne Polytechnic Melbourne Polytechnic
Rated2/5based on1 student reviews
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Melbourne Polytechnic - by, 2019-12-14
2.0/ 5 stars

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