Graduate study

Become a leader in your field.

Rin Cheok, Civil Engineer, Gamuda Engineering (2014–); Master of Engineering, Environmental (2011–2013); Melbourne School of Engineering Ambassador Program; Women in Science and Engineering Club;  Bachelor of Environments, Architecture (2008–2010)

Completing a graduate qualification after your Bachelor of Environments will set you up to become a leader in your field, and open up a wide range of career opportunities and increased earning potential.

The University of Melbourne offers professional qualifications at masters level through our prestigious graduate schools. Our graduate programs offer intensive, focused study and professional knowledge, preparing you for professional employment in Australia and abroad.

The University offers guaranteed entry to some graduate degrees, depending on the ATAR/notional ATAR you achieve. For details, visit:

Design and the built environment

The Melbourne School of Design (MSD), the graduate school of the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at The University of Melbourne, offers coursework and research programs spanning the breadth of the built environment.

The following graduate programs are structured to provide a students dedicated pathways to professional recognition, research specialisation or career advancement:

Related Graduate Schools

Melbourne School of Engineering

Office of Environmental Programs

Melbourne Graduate School of Information

Melbourne Graduate School of Science

Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences

Graduate courses in other fields

Graduate degrees outside of the Environments field include:

For a full list of the University’s graduate degrees visit the University's Course Search website.

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