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The University of Melbourne has again produced Victorian and Australian National Rhodes Scholars, who will be off to Oxford University in 2010 to embark on postgraduate programs which they hope will lead to opportunities for careers in public service.

Six outstanding students from the University of Melbourne have been awarded with international scholarships under the Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Endeavour Awards, the most of any Australian institution.

The University of Melbourne has come out on top in at an Oxford v Cambridge style showdown at  this afternoon’s  51st Head of the Yarra.

The University of Sydney has challenged the University of Melbourne’s crown at this year’s Head of the Yarra in a university showdown at the nation’s rowing classic being held this year on Saturday 28 November.

The University of Melbourne's Vice-Chancellor Professor Glyn Davis has written to all staff and students, supporting the Prime Minister's apology to the "Forgotten Australians".

Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights will come under the spotlight at the annual Chancellor’s Human Rights Lecture at the University of Melbourne tomorrow.

Professor Mark Considine has been appointed to a five-year term as Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne, following an international search and a rigorous selection process.

The University of Melbourne’s six New Generation courses have captured 13 per cent of all first preferences for Commonwealth-supported places (CSPs) in the VTAC system, according to early 2010 VTAC preference data.

University of Melbourne science graduate Jack Fuller, 24, has been awarded the prestigious Victorian Rhodes Scholarship for further study at Oxford University in 2010.

The University of Melbourne will ensure its graduates have capabilities, skills and familiarity with Indigenous peoples and issues with the launch of a new Institute.