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Overview

Overview

Trinity College was founded in 1870 after the model of the English colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, and affiliated as a college of and within the University of Melbourne.

Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS) was established to provide an academically excellent preparatory pathway for talented international students seeking entry to the University of Melbourne. Today, approximately 25 per cent of the University of Melbourne’s commencing international undergraduate students come through Trinity’s Foundation Studies.

TCFS is the only Foundation Studies program with guaranteed entry into University of Melbourne undergraduate courses for students who achieve the required scores. TCFS is a rigorous and challenging academic program taught by leading academics. The program has been designed in conjunction with the University of Melbourne and is supervised by the University’s Academic Board.

Trinity takes pride in its 140-year rich history, during which it has educated students from over 60 different countries. Away from the cacophony of the world, Trinity is located on the campus of the University of Melbourne and is one-and-a-half kilometres away from the city centre.

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Overview

Founded in 1870, Trinity College was based on the English college model of Oxford and Cambridge. Trinity is a residential college of the University of Melbourne, with the affiliation beginning in 1876. Talented international students looking to study at the University of Melbourne can follow the academically excellent Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS) preparatory pathway. The University of Melbourne sees approximately 25 per cent of international undergraduate students coming from Trinity’s foundation studies.

TCFS is the only foundation studies programme that guarantees entry to undergraduate courses at the University of Melbourne, provided that students achieve the required scores. Taught by leading academics, the TCFS programme is both rigorous and challenging. It has been designed in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, with supervision provided by the university’s academic board.

Having educated students from over 60 different countries, Trinity is proud of its rich 140-year history. Located only one-and-a-half kilometres from the city centre, Trinity College is found on the quiet and tranquil campus of the University of Melbourne.

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Overview

Overview

Founded in 1870, Trinity College was based on the English college model of Oxford and Cambridge. Trinity is a residential college of the University of Melbourne, with the affiliation beginning in 1876. Talented international students looking to study at the University of Melbourne can follow the academically excellent Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS) preparatory pathway. The University of Melbourne sees approximately 25 per cent of international undergraduate students coming from Trinity's foundation studies.

TCFS is the only foundation studies program that guarantees entry to undergraduate courses at the University of Melbourne, provided that students achieve the required scores. Taught by leading academics, the TCFS program is both rigorous and challenging. It has been designed in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, with supervision provided by the university's academic board.

Having educated students from over 60 different countries, Trinity is proud of its rich 140-year history. Located only one-and-a-half kilometres from the city centre, Trinity College is found on the quiet and tranquil campus of the University of Melbourne.

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Overview

Overview

Founded in 1870, Trinity College was based on the English college model of Oxford and Cambridge. Trinity is a residential college of the University of Melbourne, with the affiliation beginning in 1876. Talented international students looking to study at the University of Melbourne can follow the academically excellent Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS) preparatory pathway. The University of Melbourne sees approximately 25 per cent of international undergraduate students coming from Trinity's foundation studies.

TCFS is the only foundation studies program that guarantees entry to undergraduate courses at the University of Melbourne, provided that students achieve the required scores. Taught by leading academics, the TCFS program is both rigorous and challenging. It has been designed in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, with supervision provided by the university's academic board.

Having educated students from over 60 different countries, Trinity is proud of its rich 140-year history. Located only one-and-a-half kilometres from the city centre, Trinity College is found on the quiet and tranquil campus of the University of Melbourne.

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What's new

What's new

One of the major highlights of 2017 was the opening of the Gateway Building by the Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove. The Gateway Building is intended as a world-class educational facility for Trinity College’s Pathway School, the second largest of its kind in Australia, providing international students the opportunity to equip themselves with the qualifications needed to go on to study at the University of Melbourne. The Pathways School welcomes students from 25 different countries, including China, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Myanmar.

The Gateway Building includes 25 tutorial rooms, an auditorium with capacity for 250 people, five drama rooms, an art gallery, six music practice rooms, computer and physics labs, archival storage spaces and student meeting rooms.

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What's new

What's new

Trinity student awarded at the Australian national robotics competition

Rachel Ye, a Trinity College Foundation Studies student, was awarded the titles of robot skills champion as well as the tournament champion (VRC/VEXU) in the recent Australian national robotics competition. The wins have qualified her to participate in the 2019 Robotics World Championship in the USA.

Rachel was incredibly dedicated, spending at least 12 hours a day on robotics. Trinity College lent support in balancing her studies along with the robotics development and encouraging her participation in the national competition.

The design of the robot required them to be able to both carry balls and shoot them at different targets. “[Robotics] is like taking care of a child and seeing it grow and improve, using both creative and logical means,” says Rachel. “When I built the robot, I started off with the base and then experimented with methods to shoot the balls, such as using a catapult and a puncher”, explained Rachel.

Currently ranked first in Australia, Rachel has competed successfully in several national level robotics contests and appreciates the freedom and support that Trinity College gives for her academics and robotics.

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What's new

What's new

Trinity student awarded at the Australian national robotics competition

Rachel Ye, a Trinity College Foundation Studies student, was awarded the titles of robot skills champion as well as the tournament champion (VRC/VEXU) in the recent Australian national robotics competition. The wins have qualified her to participate in the 2019 Robotics World Championship in the USA.

Rachel was incredibly dedicated, spending at least 12 hours a day on robotics. Trinity College lent support in balancing her studies along with the robotics development and encouraging her participation in the national competition.

The design of the robot required them to be able to both carry balls and shoot them at different targets. ''[Robotics] is like taking care of a child and seeing it grow and improve, using both creative and logical means,'' says Rachel. ''When I built the robot, I started off with the base and then experimented with methods to shoot the balls, such as using a catapult and a puncher'', explained Rachel.

Currently ranked first in Australia, Rachel has competed successfully in several national level robotics contests and appreciates the freedom and support that Trinity College gives for her academics and robotics.

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What's new

What's new

With students being unable to travel to Australia due to border closures, Trinity College now offers online classes to help students complete their studies uninterrupted.

Trinity College's online teaching and learning ensures students receive the education and support needed to give them every chance to enter Australia's number one ranked university, the University of Melbourne. Visit this link for more information about Trinity College's online learning.

Students who are keen to learn more about Trinity College foundation studies can join the college's free live lecture series over the coming months.

These online lectures will:

  • Let students meet some of Trinity's teachers
  • Give them useful information about the subjects that interest them
  • Show them the lecture style at Trinity College
  • Allow them to ask any questions about Trinity's subjects or studying there in general

Trinity College is running four sets of lectures including humanities (English and communication), STEM, commerce and social sciences. Students who attend every lecture in a category will receive a certificate of participation.

Visit this link for more information about the lectures and to register for a free spot.

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Teaching resources

Teaching resources

Teaching resources are available for all students in all intakes including a the Trinity College library which is utilised by TCFS students throughout their time at Trinity. Recently the English Conversation Corner was established for students to develop their English writing, reading and speaking skills. Casual conversations are a great way to get to know people and to become more comfortable in your surroundings. At the English Conversation Corner, TCFS students and staff share ideas and experiences, give and receive advice, and make friends. Students and staff come from many different countries, and have an amazingly diverse range of experiences and expectations.

The English Conversation Corner provides a place and time to relax and communicate informally, but in a meaningful way. Participation is voluntary, free, and open to everyone at Trinity. Topics are chosen democratically by participants and include popular themes such as Food, Music, Movies, Travel, Current Affairs, Technology, Pets, Local Customs, Jobs and Careers, and Shopping Tips.

We also share the experiences of being at Trinity College, living in Melbourne and having been – or are planning to go – to university or into the workforce. There is always something to talk about and plenty of things to share at the English Conversation Corner.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Students pursuing foundation studies obtain one-on-one guidance in choosing the most ideal pathway to the University of Melbourne, which is one of the leading universities in the world known for its academic and research excellence. Apart from studying the two core subjects, students of foundation studies will also be taught three electives out of the 11 options offered.

The guidance from staff help students enrol into programmes that can directly place them in the University of Melbourne’s undergraduate course of their choice. These programmes ensure that the students are trained in the pre-requisite subjects for the bachelor’s programme and also give them an opportunity to ace the TCFS score, which assures them an admission.

With 30 years of experience, Trinity College offers a flexible syllabus that prepares students for a wide variety of academic choices in all prominent universities in Australia. The university is also a top-ranked university in Australia according to the Times Higher Education Rankings 2019

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Students pursuing foundation studies obtain one-on-one guidance in choosing the most ideal pathway to the University of Melbourne, which is one of the leading universities in the world known for its academic and research excellence. Apart from studying the two core subjects, students of foundation studies will also be taught three electives out of the 11 options offered.

The guidance from staff help students enrol into programs that can directly place them in the University of Melbourne's undergraduate course of their choice. These programs ensure that the students are trained in the pre-requisite subjects for the bachelor's program and also give them an opportunity to ace the TCFS score, which assures them an admission.

With 30 years of experience, Trinity College offers a flexible syllabus that prepares students for a wide variety of academic choices in all prominent universities in Australia. The university is also a top-ranked university in Australia according to the Times Higher Education Rankings 2020.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Students pursuing foundation studies obtain one-on-one guidance in choosing the most ideal pathway to the University of Melbourne, which is one of the leading universities in the world known for its academic and research excellence. Apart from studying the two core subjects, students of foundation studies will also be taught three electives out of the 11 options offered.

The guidance from staff help students enrol into programs that can directly place them in the University of Melbourne's undergraduate course of their choice. These programs ensure that the students are trained in the pre-requisite subjects for the bachelor's program and also gives them an opportunity to ace the TCFS score, which assures them admission.

With 30 years of experience, Trinity College offers a flexible syllabus that prepares students for a wide variety of academic choices in all prominent universities in Australia. The university is also a top-ranked university in Australia according to the Times Higher Education Rankings 2020.

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Academic structure

Academic structure

The Foundation Studies program produces graduates who are informed, critical, self-reflective and morally aware. The program aims to be the best foundation studies program in Australia, to provide the best bridging year for international students.

Through this course, students develop the confidence and creativity needed at university, through university-style lectures and tutorials and participate in a broad program of extracurricular activities.

Graduates of Trinity College Foundation Studies are guaranteed a place at the University of Melbourne course of their choice, by satisfying the prerequisite subjects including core subjects Literature, HOI, Drama and English for Academic Purposes.

More information about the academic program at Trinity College Foundation Studies…

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Pathway programmes

Pathway programmes

The Trinity College Foundation Studies programme is specifically designed for international students who meet the entry requirements with respect to both the English language and academic results. This also helps students who wish to sample Australia’s university life, and enter into the University of Melbourne as well as other Australian universities.

This offers direct pathways to the University of Melbourne’s degree programmes. These programmes provide focused discipline streams, the opportunity for students to study at their own pace, personalised advice, as well as a university experience, to prepare them for their tertiary education.

Trinity College provides one of Australia’s best foundation studies programmes, preparing over 1,500 international students every year for their success at the University of Melbourne, as well as other prominent Australian universities.

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Pathway programs

Pathway programs

The Trinity College Foundation Studies program is specifically designed for international students who meet the entry requirements with respect to both the English language and academic results. This also helps students who wish to sample Australia's university life, and enter into the University of Melbourne as well as other Australian universities.

This offers direct pathways to the University of Melbourne's degree programs. These programs provide focused discipline streams, the opportunity for students to study at their own pace, personalised advice, as well as a university experience, to prepare them for their tertiary education.

Trinity College provides one of Australia's best foundation studies programs, preparing over 1,500 international students every year for their success at the University of Melbourne, as well as other prominent Australian universities.

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Pathway programs

Pathway programs

The Trinity College Foundation Studies program is specifically designed for international students who meet the entry requirements with respect to both the English language and academic results. This also helps students who wish to sample Australia's university life, and enter into the University of Melbourne as well as other Australian universities.

This offers direct pathways to the University of Melbourne's degree programs. These programs provide focused discipline streams, the opportunity for students to study at their own pace, personalised advice, as well as a university experience, to prepare them for their tertiary education.

Trinity College provides one of Australia's best foundation studies programs, preparing over 1,500 international students every year for their success at the University of Melbourne, as well as other prominent Australian universities.

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Student life

Student life

There’s plenty to do at Trinity College outside of the classroom. Students can enrol in one of the numerous Trinity Life Skill Clubs (TLC) and societies to indulge in a hobby or just interact with peers. Trinity Life Skill clubs aim to enrich the experiences of students while they live and study in Melbourne while learning new skills as well as developing network of friends and peers. TLC covers a range of activities which includes enhancing the students physical, spiritual and educational development. Since 2015, there are more than 25 clubs available for students to join including, Mediation, Badminton, Movie, Philosophy, Art & Craft, Gardening and many more!

Students have numerous opportunities to socialise and interact at events such as barbecues, sporting events and musical performances. Those who like travelling and exploring places can grab the chance to be part of groups that tour areas in and around Melbourne and Victoria.

Trinity College Foundation Studies students also have the opportunity to join clubs at the University of Melbourne.

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How to apply

How to apply

Application Steps

International students must visit the website and follow required steps to apply to the Trinity College.

Once the application is successful, students will be sent a letter of offer. Accepted students at Trinity College get a letter of offer which provides information about the intake, course commencement date, fees payable, as well as relevant policies.

Accepting offer

To confirm their place at the college, students need to:

  • meet any and all conditions declared in the letter of offer.
  • date and sign the acceptance page.
  • settle the first instalment appearing on the letter of offer.

Fee payment methods

Students can pay their fees made through a credit card, bank draft, or direct deposit/telegraphic transfer.

Accommodation for students

Students who are under 18 years of age must get their accommodation choices approved by the College before they apply for student visas.

Confirming an enrolment

On receipt of payment, as well as meeting the guidelines of the Department of Home Affairs, Trinity College will confirm the student enrolments.

Visa application

Students must present the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (e-COE), CAAW letter (for students under 18) as well as other required documents to apply for a student visa.

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How to apply

How to apply

Application Steps

International students must visit the website and follow required steps to apply to the Trinity College.

Once the application is successful, students will be sent a letter of offer. Accepted students at Trinity College get a letter of offer which provides information about the intake, course commencement date, fees payable, as well as relevant policies.

Accepting offer

To confirm their place at the college, students need to:

  • meet any and all conditions declared in the letter of offer.
  • date and sign the acceptance page.
  • settle the first instalment appearing on the letter of offer.

Fee payment methods

Students can pay their fees made through a credit card, bank draft, or direct deposit/telegraphic transfer.

Accommodation for students

Students who are under 18 years of age must get their accommodation choices approved by the College before they apply for student visas.

Confirming an enrolment

On receipt of payment, as well as meeting the guidelines of the Department of Home Affairs, Trinity College will confirm the student enrolments.

Visa application

Students must present the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (e-COE), CAAW letter (for students under 18) as well as other required documents to apply for a student visa.

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How to apply

How to apply

Application steps

International students must visit the website and follow the required steps to apply to the Trinity College.

Once the application is successful, students will be sent a letter of offer. Accepted students at Trinity College get a letter of offer which provides information about the intake, course commencement date, fees payable, as well as relevant policies.

Accepting offer

To confirm their place at the college, students need to:

  • Meet any and all conditions declared in the letter of offer
  • Date and sign the acceptance page
  • Settle the first instalment appearing on the letter of offer

Fee payment methods

Students can pay their fees made through a credit card, bank draft, or direct deposit/telegraphic transfer.

Accommodation for students

Students who are under 18 years of age must get their accommodation choices approved by the college before they apply for student visas.

Confirming an enrolment

On receipt of payment, as well as meeting the guidelines of the Department of Home Affairs, Trinity College will confirm the student enrolments.

Visa application

Students must present the electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (e-COE), CAAW letter (for students under 18) as well as other required documents to apply for a student visa.

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Facilities

Facilities

Trinity College’s outstanding facilities enhance the whole experience of learning and enrich the College experience.

Trinity College Foundation Studies is an iPad, e-Learning program. With the use of iPads in classrooms, teachers are able to provide students with an enhanced learning experience that encourages engagement with learning materials so that the student has an active role in the learning process.

Teaching and extracurricular facilities include traditional and contemporary teaching and meeting spaces, tutorial rooms and a lecture theatre, music practice and drama rehearsal rooms, and college-wide wireless access. Student common room areas are utilised by Trinity student during the morning and evening as well as weekend use. Students have the facilities at Trinity to study individually or collaborate in groups in order to complete group assignments, practice rehearsals for Drama performances or collaborate as a group on projects and assignments.

The Dining Hall, where students, staff, alumni and friends come together as a community, to socialise and to share meals, is central to college life at Trinity.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

In the year 2020, the college will award 40 tuition fee remissions of 50% for students who join the foundation studies programme. These scholarships are allocated on the basis of competitiveness and will be awarded according to the academic merit of the students.

To be eligible for the scholarship, prospective students are required to have excellent results in their high schools, not be a permanent Australian resident, as well as have lodged the Trinity College foundation studies application form. A separate application is not necessary for the scholarship.

There are four selection rounds with a designated number of scholarships for each round:

  • November 2019 for the January to March 2020 intakes
  • April 2020 for the July 2020 intakes
  • May 2020 for the August 2020 intakes
  • July 2020 for the October 2020 intakes

Successful candidates will be notified via email within two weeks of the selection round being held.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

In the year 2020, the college will award 40 tuition fee remissions of 50% for students who join the foundation studies program. These scholarships are allocated on the basis of competitiveness and will be awarded according to the academic merit of the students.

To be eligible for the scholarship, prospective students are required to have excellent results in their high schools, not be a permanent Australian resident, as well as have lodged the Trinity College foundation studies application form. A separate application is not necessary for the scholarship.

There are four selection rounds with a designated number of scholarships for each round:

  • November 2019 for the January to March 2020 intakes
  • April 2020 for the July 2020 intakes
  • May 2020 for the August 2020 intakes
  • July 2020 for the October 2020 intakes

Successful candidates will be notified via email within two weeks of the selection round being held.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

In the year 2020, the college will award 40 tuition fee remissions of 50 per cent for students who join the foundation studies program. These scholarships are allocated on the basis of competitiveness and will be awarded according to the academic merit of the students.

To be eligible for the scholarship, prospective students are required to have excellent results in their high schools, not be a permanent Australian resident, as well as have lodged the Trinity College foundation studies application form. A separate application is not necessary for the scholarship.

There are various selection rounds with a designated number of scholarships for each intake:

Foundation studies

  • 12 March 2021 for the July fast track 2021 intake
  • 9 April 2021 for the July comprehensive/comprehensive plus 2021 intake
  • 30 April 2021 for the August main 2021 intake
  • 18 June 2021 for the October fast track 2021 intake

TCAEP

  • 9 April 2021 for the Level 1 + July comprehensive plus 2021 intake
  • 30 April 2021 for the Level 1 and Level 2 + August main 2021 intake
  • 30 April 2021 for the Level 2 + August main 2021 intake

Successful candidates will be notified via email within two weeks of the selection round being held.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Trinity College Foundation Studies scholarships are awarded to outstanding students in each major intake on the basis of academic merit, intake and region, and allocated on a competitive basis. To be eligible, prospective students need to have excellent high school results, not be a permanent resident of Australia and have lodged a Trinity College Foundation Studies Application Form.

There are four selection rounds with a designated number of scholarships for each round:

  • November the year prior for the January to March intakes
  • May for the July intakes
  • June for the August intakes
  • August for the October intake

The Foundation Studies program also awards merit-based scholarships each year to the students with the best academic performance in the February Main, July Fast Track, August Main and October Fast Track programs.

Trinity College Foundation Studies students are regularly among the recipients receiving scholarships to the University of Melbourne.

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Location

Location

Australia is a nation that is famous for its coastal towns and beaches, cultural sites, unique wildlife, world-class food, sporting achievements, and multicultural population.

Why Melbourne?

Frequently named as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Melbourne, is an entertaining and exciting place to be. It is a multicultural and modern city of nearly four million people, famous for its architecture, diversity, trams, shopping, and sport. The city of Melbourne is also widely renowned for its excellent coffee and food, with several hidden restaurants and cafés to discover.

Melbourne is also considered as Australia’s cultural centre, and is home to various theatres, universities, music venues, museums, art galleries, cinemas, and libraries. Melbourne also plays host to acclaimed festivals and arts events, including the Melbourne International Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, as well as the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

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Location

Location

Australia is a nation that is famous for its coastal towns and beaches, cultural sites, unique wildlife, world-class food, sporting achievements, and multicultural population.

Why Melbourne?

Frequently named as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Melbourne, is an entertaining and exciting place to be. It is a multicultural and modern city of nearly four million people, famous for its architecture, diversity, trams, shopping, and sport. The city of Melbourne is also widely renowned for its excellent coffee and food, with several hidden restaurants and cafes to discover.

Melbourne is also considered as Australia's cultural centre, and is home to various theatres, universities, music venues, museums, art galleries, cinemas, and libraries. Melbourne also plays host to acclaimed festivals and arts events, including the Melbourne International Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, as well as the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

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Location

Location

Australia is a nation that is famous for its coastal towns and beaches, cultural sites, unique wildlife, world-class food, sporting achievements, and multicultural population.

Why Melbourne?

Frequently named as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Melbourne, is an entertaining and exciting place to be. It is a multicultural and modern city of nearly four million people, famous for its architecture, diversity, trams, shopping, and sport. The city of Melbourne is also widely renowned for its excellent coffee and food, with several hidden restaurants and cafes to discover.

Melbourne is also considered as Australia's cultural centre, and is home to various theatres, universities, music venues, museums, art galleries, cinemas, and libraries. Melbourne also plays host to acclaimed festivals and arts events, including the Melbourne International Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, as well as the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

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Opened in 1872, Trinity College was established as an affiliated residential college of the University of Melbourne as well as a place to prepare theological candidates for ordained ministry in the Anglican Church of Australia. Trinity College has significantly expanded since then and today consists of three divisions, the Pathways School, the Residential College and the Theological School.

The College has a diverse student body of more than 2,000 students from a wide range of socioeconomic, geographical and cultural backgrounds. This has created a vibrant and supportive learning community. Trinity College embraces reconciliation and is committed to giving Indigenous students access to tertiary study and supporting them academically, pastorally and culturally so as to build their chances of successfully completing a university degree.

Opportunities abound for all students to explore new interests and pursue their extra-curricular passions, be they musical, sporting, cultural, spiritual, entrepreneurial, or in the areas of leadership and social responsibility. The breadth and depth of these opportunities, supported by extensive student welfare and pastoral care structures, and the diversity of students' backgrounds, nurtures the development of well-rounded individuals, able and willing to lead and serve, locally, nationally or internationally.

Trinity College blends modern facilities with stunning heritage buildings. The main campus is located at Parkville, Melbourne. This is where all of residential students live, the majority of Foundation Studies classes are taught, and is the home of Theological School and Chapel.
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