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The promise of regional communities rebuilt around knowledge and learning has united two universities of world standing.

A new early secondary school program is equipping teachers to tackle gender inequality and gender-based violence in the classroom.

A University of Melbourne study of high school subject choices reveals that girls are less likely to choose science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) subjects than boys, despite many girls testing better in these subjects.

Many of Victoria’s highest achieving VCE students were offered a National Scholarship under the University’s Chancellor’s Scholars Program to study at the University of Melbourne next year.

It can take young people up to a decade to secure a stable and meaningful job after leaving secondary school, according to Australia’s most comprehensive youth trends study, the Life Patterns project.

In the wake of growing youth unemployment, stressed vocational training systems, and skills shortages and mismatches, the University of Melbourne is leading the way forward with the launch of a new Vocational Education and Training (VET) research centre.

The University of Melbourne is celebrating the achievements of alumna, Aboriginal advocate Dr Margaret Williams-Weir with the naming of a prestigious fellowship and a valued student space in her honour.

The robot revolution is here as young robot designers reveal their machines for the 2015 RoboCup Junior competition at the University of Melbourne.

The most efficient way to run, fund and regulate primary and secondary schools in Australia is for the State and Territory Governments to have sole responsibility, a report published today by the Melbourne School of Government has found.

Building strong learning cultures and communities in schools through music is the focus of ‘Creating Music Cultures in Schools’, a book to be launched at the University Of Melbourne on Monday.

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